The minting of the following 2008 Amero coins has been discontinued. When the remaining inventory is sold, these coins will no longer be available. Final mintages of these coins are:
1-Amero copper satin: 2001-Amero copper proof-like: 6505-Amero copper satin: 25520-Amero copper satin: 570*20-Amero copper proof-like: 1,58525-Amero silver satin: 20025-Amero silver proof-like: 50025-Amero silver satin: 20050-Amero silver satin, 30mm, 1/2 troy oz **100-Amero silver satin: 225 (Winged Liberty Head)100-Amero silver proof-like: 470 (Winged Liberty Head)100-Amero silver proof-like: 575 (Seated Liberty)1000-Amero gold satin: 231000-Amero gold proof-like: 33
* An additional 75 pieces were struck in error with a reeded edge.** The 2008 50-Amero satin silver has the reverse design of 2007.
The following new Amero coin types are now available (in stock):
100-Amero silver satin, 39mm, 1 troy oz(Seated Liberty)5-Amero copper proof-like, 30mm 50-Amero silver proof-like, 30mm, 1/2 troy oz
100-Amero gold matte, 16mm, 1/10 troy oz100-Amero gold proof-like, 16mm, 1/10 troy oz
500-Amero gold satin, 27mm, 1/2 troy oz500-Amero gold proof-like, 27mm, 1/2 troy oz
Minting and sales of all 2008 Amero coins will be halted on or before December 31.
NOTE:I have received numerous inquiries as to my personal stand on the North American Union (NAU) issue.
My goal with these coins is not to endorse a Union of North America or a common "Amero" currency. I fully support the United States Constitution, and I would not welcome (in any form) a diminishment of its provisions. I expect that these coins will help make more people aware of the issue and the possible ramifications. I leave it up to others to decide if they are in favor of, or against a North American Union. And I encourage citizens to voice their approval or disapproval of government plans that impact them.
A currency union, similar to the European Union "Euro" has been proposed for North America. The name of the new currency is the "Amero". The Wikipedia encyclopedia article has additional details about the "Amero". This has been the source for many conspiracy theories tied in with other proposals such as the "Canamex Corridor".
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.
Final mintages will be determined by sales. The 2008 issues will be available for ordering during 2008, and none will ever be minted after the end of the year. Some 2008 Amero issues may be withdrawn before the end of the year, and new issues will added later in the year.
The 2007 designs feature various Seated Liberty obverses and a similar Eagle & Globe reverse (except for the Jamestown 400th Anniversary commemorative issue which features Pocahontas).
One 2008 design (the 100-Amero Seated Liberty silver proof) was carried over from 2007. The remaining 2008 Ameros feature a Winged Liberty Head design.
Eric McCrea's "Micro-National & Fantasy Coin Listings" includes considerable additional information.
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