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Black Monday Crash of 1987 | The Wall Street Journal Framed Reprint, October 20, 1987
Black Monday Crash of 1987 | The Wall Street Journal Framed Reprint, October 20, 1987
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Black Monday Crash of 1987 | The Wall Street Journal Framed Reprint, October 20, 1987

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OVERVIEW

A reprint of the full front page of the final edition of The Wall Street Journal as distributed October 20, 1987.

Coverage of the "Black Monday," Oct. 19, 1987, stock-market crash included a then-rare two-column headline on the Journal’s front page. The 22.6% Dow drop was the equivalent of 3,600 points in today’s terms. 

Historic Headline: "Stocks Plunge 508 Amid Panicky Selling"

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Framed Reprints

An entire page from the publication is printed on ultra-premium archival paper, which provides a brilliant, fade-resistant print that will last for decades. 

FRAMES

Frames are available in simple black, mahogany or contemporary. 

Simple Black - Each print is double matted in a 2 ¼” off white mat with a ¼” black accent and finished with a 3/4” flat black frame.

Mahogany - Each print is double matted in a 2 ¼” cream mat with a ¼” rust colored accent and finished with a 2” mahogany frame.

Contemporary - Each print is matted in a 2” archival black mat and finished in a modern 3/4” silver frame.


Outer dimensions: 23” X 28” (size is approximate)

Please note:  Our archives before 2001 are scanned images from microfilm, therefore text clarity differs widely from issue to issue.