Amero coinage?

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by fretboard, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    I got these a couple of months ago and they been sitting unattended since then. They are delivered in such nice airtites, that I'll just leave them in there for good. Does anyone collect any of these?? Or does anyone collect the Norfeds? My only regret is that I didn't order a gold coin. Maybe that will happen next time. If you look at any of Daniel Carr's coins you will truly be impressed.

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  3. BNB Analytics

    BNB Analytics New Member

    I got an Amero too. They're nothing special. For some reason, mine looks like it's melting on the reverse.. Weird.
  4. scottishmoney

    scottishmoney Buh bye

    The crazy thing about the Ameros is that they are popular enough that there are now knockoffs coming from knockoff Valhalla in the Far East.

    Yes, I have a couple of the Hard Times 2009 pieces, amazing detail, and Daniel Carr is a master at his art.
  5. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    They're special enough to get us 3 to buy 1 or more. :D Daniel Carr is a master minter and engraver, if you have an error you may be able to collect a premium depending on what it looks like. I've heard that most of his coins grade at MS69, I don't know if it's true yet. Every now and then I check the Amero page on ebay just to see what's up. As long as ppl collect these dc-coin coins they will sell. :thumb:
  6. Collect89

    Collect89 Coin Collector

    What is Amero and Norfed?

    I've met Daniel Carr (and his coins) but I am not familiar with the words "Amero" and "Norfed".
  7. becky62

    becky62 Collector

    I collect these too, lol. I buy the 20 Ameros (bronze) from his website. Nice hefty coins, and engraved nicely. One per year for me so I get a different design every year. Was not able to get the 2009, they are sold out, darn! :headbang:
  8. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    The Amero coin was started b/c theorist believed that the government in the America's; Canada, Mexico and the US was going to mint our own money much like the Euro in Europe. With the Norfed some guy started minting and selling his minted dollars and the US Gov't raided his offices. I don't really know the story well enough but it's really interesting, so when you have time check it out. :high5:
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