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Amero Coin Con

Amero Coin - North American UnionPhotos of amero design created by parody coin designer, Daniel Carr

Pictures of the supposedly designed and coined “Amero” have been making their rounds on the internet lately, causing a stir among those aware of real proposals for a common currency between the United States, Canada, and Mexico. It seems as though certain individuals have picked up on this design and propagated the idea that it is a legitimate and official design of the Amero currency to be distributed en masse. Further research reveals that the design comes from a known parody coin designer named Daniel Carr, and is a collectable, fantasy pattern.

Pictures of the coin can be seen on his website by clicking here. According to the website, the coin is to be a “private-issue fantasy pattern.”

“These private-issue fantasy pattern coins will be struck as an annual series (until such time as it is no longer legal to do so), starting in the latter part of 2007.

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  1. Ron | Mar 6, 2008 | Reply

    When do you think the Feds will implement the Amero currency?
    Do you think the Amero will be just as worthless as the current dollar? Do you think things will be far worse if they do bring in the Amero?

    What things can we expect to see (economy, society, housing, food, energy, foreign relations ect..) when they do bring in the Amero?

    If I were you I would start buying gold and silver coins which I am.
    Because those coins will be worth more than the dollar and the Amero

  2. Disseminate | Jan 1, 2009 | Reply

    The Amero will probably start out as an accounting currency and floated on the stock exchange. Eventually, the value will rise and it will then supercede the requirement for the US dollar. From then, the other currencies will be taken out in due course. Just look at the Euro and how it made its grand entrance.

    As for when it will happen. A stock market crash as big and bad as the 1930s is pretty good timing to start pushing it into the public eye.

    Perhaps the currency won’t look like this, but the use of Lady Liberty would be as oxymoronic as the use of In God We Trust on today’s US currency.

  3. Dan Peter | Jan 24, 2009 | Reply

    apparently there is a major cut back on the minting of eagles, late 2008 and still in 2009

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