to federally issued money. That includes cash bills and it includes coins.
I remember back in the 1970's and once again in the 1980's, there was
a dramatic 1 cent coin shortage. I think it was in the 70's that the banks
were giving extra money for every 100 cent coins turned in. For example
if you turned in 500 1 cent coins, you got back $5.00 in bills and a nickel.
What happen was people were saving their 1 cent coins.
In the bank where I banked at that time, they had a huge clear acrylic
type case. It was in the middle of the bank floor and I guess it was
about 12 x 12 feet and maybe 6 foot high. When people turned in their
pennies, they were then dumped in that case. It was all a big todo in
order to get people to turn in their pennies because the country was
literally growing short of them.
Anyway, REAL USA federal pennies cannot be glued to a floor, not legally.