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Subscriptions for Silver.

Backwoods Home Magazine is now accepting as payment for one- to five-year subscriptions, all United States 90%- silver dimes, quarters, half-dollars, and silver dollars dated 1964 or earlier, as well as 99.99%-silver bullion coins of any date.

Here is the price schedule:

1 year subscription — $1 in junk silver coins or 1 silver dollar
2 year subscription — $2 in junk silver coins
3 year subscription — $3 in junk silver coins or 2 silver dollars
4 year subscription — $4 in junk silver coins or 3 silver dollars
5 year subscription — $5 in junk silver coins or 4 silver dollars

If you want to take advantage of this offer right now, send your silver coins to

Backwoods Home Magazine
P.O. Box 712
Gold Beach, OR 97444

Just attach a note that says it’s for “Dave’s silver coin offer.”

We strongly recommend you ship via the U.S. Post Office so you can take out insurance on any shipment of silver, not only to us, but to anyone, anywhere. Federal Express and UPS will not insure silver coins. We've been advised by Monex.com that you do not have to disclose to the Post Office that you are shipping silver coins.

If you'd like to use silver coins to pay for anthologies, books, or other specials, it's as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Go to our General Store and add the items you want to your shopping cart.
  2. When you are ready to check out select Pay by Mail with Check, Money Order, or Silver and click on the "Click Here to Purchase..." button below. The Shopping Cart will display an Order Form you can print.
  3. Print and complete the form with your name and other information, enclose the correct amount of silver, and send both to us at the address above. Be sure to wrap your silver securely!

Q. How much silver should I send?

A. After you print the order form, take the total, divide by 25, and round up to the next five cents. The result is the face value of US silver coins to send.

Example 1- Two books: If the total of your order is $41.85 you divide 41.85 by 25.       41.85 ÷ 25 = 1.678. Rounding up makes it 1.70 so you would send $1.70 face value silver coins.

Example 2 - One sample issue: $5.95 ÷ 25 = 0.238. Round up to 0.25 so you send a silver quarter.

Example 3 - Whole Sheebang: $302.91 ÷ 25 = 12.1164. Round up to 12.15 so you send $12.15 face value silver coins.


BONUS
For a limited time, we'll include Claire Wolfe's new Hardyville Tales FREE with any order over $20.00 that is paid for with silver.

WARNING: The coins you send must be 90% US currency coins dated no later than 1964 and/or 99.99% bullion silver coins.

If you send non-silver coins, such as the coins you may have in your pocket right now, we’ll send you merchandise worth the face value of those coins or, if the face value is not enough to pay for any merchandise plus shipping, we will consider it a donation to our fund that provides free subscriptions to our active-duty military serving overseas.

We will not spend money on postage to return non-silver coins. If you don’t know what a silver coin is, please Google "How to identify US silver coins" and read up on them. Or pay a visit to your local coin shop.

If you have any questions, email Dave at editor@backwoodshome.com. Put in the subject line: "Silver coin offer."

If you'd like to read an article we recently published about buying gold and silver, here is the link: A guide to buying silver and gold.




We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover/Novus, American Express, Personal Checks & Money Orders.

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