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The Silver Dimes Option
We also accept payment for subscriptions in the form of pre-1965 U.S. silver dimes, quarters, or half-dollars. The current multiplier for the value of pre-’65 silver is around 25-to-1. (25 times face value.) So just send $1.50 silver dimes for each year’s subscription. Please put them in a double plastic bag and tape that to a scrap 3″x5″ piece of cardboard before placing that in a padded envelope, so that the coins don’t rattle around and so the envelope does not get shredded. (I’ve heard from Postal Service employees that mail sorting equipment is very hard on standard envelopes!) And of course, check with your postal clerk for the correct postage.
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James Wesley, Rawles
c/o P.O. Box 303
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