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The currency of the American Union is the dollar. Each constituent nation legally has their own currency which is pegged to the American Union Dollar. For example, the Deseret Dollar is worth the same as the United States Dollar, and both are legal tender in the entire American Union.

Notable Dollars of the Dominions

United States Dollar

The United States Dollar is printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C. This is the most widely used dollar variant internationally and sets the exchange rate for the American Union Dollar. No living person may be on any United States currency, including the Queen.

Denominations

The following denominations are banknotes:

  • $1 - one dollar
  • $2 - two dollars
  • $5 - five dollars
  • $10 - ten dollars
  • $20 - twenty dollars
  • $50 - fifty dollars
  • 100 - one hundred dollars

The following denominations are coins:

  • $1 - one dollar
  • $0.50 - fifty cents
  • $0.25 - twenty-five cents
  • $0.10 - ten cents
  • $0.05 - five cents
  • $0.01 - one cent

Deseret Dollar

The Deseret Dollar is printed at the Ministry of the Treasury's Printing offices in Zarahemla, Colorado. This is the second most widely used dollar variant internationally and is known for polymer banknotes (Deseret is the only Dominion to use polymer banknotes). The Governor-General and the Queen are the only two living persons on Deseret currency.

Denominations

The following denominations are banknotes:

  • $1 - one dollar - Delicate Arch
  • $5 - five dollars - Brigham Young
  • $10 - ten dollars - Queen Elizabeth II
  • $25 - twenty-five dollars - Pioneers crossing the plains
  • $50 - fifty dollars - Governor-General Jon Huntsman, Jr.
  • $75 - seventy-five dollars - Skyline of Salt Lake City
  • $100 - one hundred dollars - Queen Elizabeth II

The following denominations are coins:

  • $0.50 - fifty cents - Queen Elizabeth II
  • $0.25 - twenty-five cents - Salt Lake Temple
  • $0.10 - ten cents - Beehive
  • $0.05 - five cents - Delicate Arch
  • $0.01 - one cent - seagull

California Pound

The California Pound is printed at the Mint in Port George, Northern California. While not a Dollar like the other currencies, the Pound (CAP) is still pegged to the American Union Dollar. The Pound decimalized with the United Kingdom in 1971.

Exchange Rates

£1 = $5 $1 = £0.20

Denominations

All currency features the Queen.

The following denominations are banknotes: £0.50 ($2.50) £1 ($5) £2 ($10) £3 ($15) £5 ($25) £10 ($50) £20 ($100) £25 ($125) £50 ($250)

The following denominations are coins: £0.50 ($2.50) £0.25 ($1.25) £0.20 ($1) £0.10 ($0.50) £0.05 ($0.25) £0.01 ($0.05)

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