London, September 8, 2005 (Associated Mess)
Buckingham Palace today confirmed that a commemorative coin will be struck by the Royal Mint next Thursday on the occasion of the 21st birthday of the Pretender to the Throne's alleged younger son 'Prince Harry'.
The new 3p coin - dubbed "The Adolf" in recognition of the young man's grandmother's bloodlines - will bear the family's traditional swastika emblem on one side and his own personally-stylised coat of arms on the reverse featuring a V-sign and an astrological map of the official birth of the Third Reich.
Up to 100 million of these special-edition currency tokens are expected to flood the market in expectation of the wild enthusiasm of the British
public to purchase these unique mementos of the House of Windsor.
The idea is the brainwave of 'Prince William', the Pretender's elder son who is starting his City work experience internship at the Isle of Dogs branch of the Riggs Bank early next week.
Sponsored by a Pinochet scholarship from the George W Bush University of Crawford, Wills has been designated a desk in the bank's prestigeous
money laundering division and will be supervised by a former Brinks Matt Professor of Bullion Movements from the Blair/Robert Maxwell Institute of MacroEconomics.
A spokesman for the Royal Mint confirmed today that the new coin was a response to the nation's overwhelming hunger for more House of Windsor memorabilia, which currently may be in danger of running dangerously low following a summer lull in the royal humbuggery department.
Meanwhile Harry's grandfather Lord Levy issued a statement saying that the birthday coin would amply reflect the young man's bloodlines and would hit the jackpot as a definitive collectors' item in generations to come.
Further commemorative coinage is also expected later in the year to reflect the impact of Hitler's DNA on the Royal Family, especially the more senior members who may have missed out on unique opportunities to capitalise on the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II this year.
A Princess Michael of Kent 20 Reichsmark bank note is under consideration as a novelty Xmas issue to be given away to needy children in third world countries.