Friday, May 18, 2007

"That ain't hay"

That, along with "hunky dory," was all that was needed to find the ubiquitous play money of days gone by. We always acquire play money when we see it in stores, usually amidst the birthday candles and party favors. Monopoly money stayed with the game; it was the old, small, narrow currency of the original edition, not the later, larger stuff. Another search term that could be used along with the above would be "great seal." Whitman play money had an eagle on it and may have cost more than "that ain't hay."


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