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9th Jun '16 6:31:50 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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-->-- '''Lucy,''' at her psych booth in ''ACharlieBrownChristmas''

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-->-- '''Lucy,''' at her psych booth in ''ACharlieBrownChristmas''
''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownChristmas''
7th Mar '16 1:04:43 AM Doug86
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* ''Film/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'': Marcus Lycus can hear the sound of a coin purse being jingled across a noisy room. Pseudelous takes advantage of this to keep Lycus from asking too many questions.

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* ''Film/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'': ''Theatre/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'': Marcus Lycus can hear the sound of a coin purse being jingled across a noisy room. Pseudelous takes advantage of this to keep Lycus from asking too many questions.
20th Jan '16 4:48:13 PM allium
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* The names of traditional Hungarian coins [[PokemonSpeak were based on the sounds they made when struck on a hard surface]]:
** Gold ''csengő'', "clinking"
** Silver ''pengő'', "ringing"
** Copper ''kongó'', "pealing"
8th Jan '16 4:16:15 PM nombretomado
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* ''SpiceAndWolf'' has an instance that falls somewhere between this and TastyGold. [[CuteMonsterGirl Holo]] is able judge the purity of coins just by clinking them together, leading to the plot point that a city is minting coins that have a lower silver content and are thus worth less.

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* ''SpiceAndWolf'' ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' has an instance that falls somewhere between this and TastyGold. [[CuteMonsterGirl Holo]] is able judge the purity of coins just by clinking them together, leading to the plot point that a city is minting coins that have a lower silver content and are thus worth less.
13th Nov '15 8:53:20 PM Audobonible
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* This trope undid a spy who used hollow coins to send messages. A newspaper boy noticed that one of his quarters sounded odd, and when he dropped it again, it broke open. The coin was traced back to the spy.
12th Jul '15 7:13:53 AM Kalaong
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Could be {{Justified|Trope}}: since the paper they print money on is special paper, the sound it makes while flipping might be different than counterfeit bills printed on regular paper. And with coins, various densities and shapes could also make different sounds. Modern coin collectors can sometimes be tipped off that a dime or quarter is one of the pre-1965 varieties made of silver, if it sounds different than normal when landing on a tabletop.

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Could be {{Justified|Trope}}: since the paper they print money on is special paper, the sound it makes while flipping might be different than counterfeit bills printed on regular paper. And with coins, various densities and shapes could also make different sounds. Modern coin collectors can sometimes be tipped off that a dime or quarter is one of the pre-1965 varieties made of silver, if it sounds different than normal when landing on a tabletop.
tabletop -- the "ring of truth." This is also why many old mechanical cash registers had marble shelves above the cash drawer. Gave an easy place to test the sound of the coins.
26th Mar '15 2:21:03 PM bkitu
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* Vera Louise Gorman in ''[[Series/{{Alice1976}} Alice]]'' could calculate any stack of currency to the exact dollar this way, as part of her CloudCuckooLander characterization.
28th Feb '15 6:58:45 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In the ''Complete Book of Villains'', a 2E ''DungeonsAndDragons'' supplement, a dragon is presented as an archetypical villain representing greed. When its minions bring it tribute, it listens to the coins being poured out onto its hoard, and immediately detects from the sound that one of them has cheated it.

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* In the ''Complete Book of Villains'', a 2E ''DungeonsAndDragons'' ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' supplement, a dragon is presented as an archetypical villain representing greed. When its minions bring it tribute, it listens to the coins being poured out onto its hoard, and immediately detects from the sound that one of them has cheated it.
7th Dec '14 2:31:53 PM KingLyger
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* ''Film/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'': Marcus Lycus can hear the sound of a coin purse being jingled across a noisy room.
-->"I know that sound... and I like it!"

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* ''Film/AFunnyThingHappenedOnTheWayToTheForum'': Marcus Lycus can hear the sound of a coin purse being jingled across a noisy room.
-->"I
room. Pseudelous takes advantage of this to keep Lycus from asking too many questions.
-->'''Marcus Lycus:''' I
know that sound... and I like it!"love it!
20th Mar '14 1:33:40 PM margdean56
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->''"Boy, what a sound! How I love to hear that old money plink -- that beautiful sound of cold, hard cash! That beautiful, beautiful sound! Nickles, nickles, nickles... that beautiful sound of plinking nickles!"''

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->''"Boy, what a sound! How I love to hear that old money plink -- that beautiful sound of cold, hard cash! That beautiful, beautiful sound! Nickles, nickles, nickles... Nickels, nickels, nickels... that beautiful sound of plinking nickles!"''nickels!"''
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