Try handing anyone under 30 an Ike as payment and amuse yourself with the
contortions their face makes as they try to figure it out. Oddly, when I’ve
given a real dollar (silver that is) as a tip, I’ve never had anyone act
confused and in fact most thought it was cool and some even asked if I was
’sure’ I wanted to part with it. (and they all understood it was worth more
than face value)
> I was being conservative. :-) Remember how people confused the Anthony
> dollar coin for quarters? I was looking for something else and found two
> half-dollars stuck away in my chest of drawers. I wondered why we've not
> seen them for a long time. When I gave a sales clerk one as part of my
> purchase payment he asked, "What is this?" I told him it's a half-dollar,
> just as it says on it and is worth 50 cents. The second coin was accepted,
> elsewhere, without question by an older clerk.
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