Wow...slightly underwhelming. No paper money at all. However, look how clean that carpet is! Thanks, G-man.
2009 —$12.57 with just me collecting
2010 — $30.44 and an iPod
2011 — $119.47 (year of the Hundred Dollar Bill)
2012? — $14.33!
So this year the two of us found 22 quarters ($5.50), 50 dimes ($5), 20 nickels ($1), 283 pennies ($2.83), and, L to R in front of the Kitty in the photo above, one mutilated penny, one quarter-sized slug, one nickel-sized round of metal with a pretty leaf design, one Canadian penny, one 5-baht Thai coin, one game token for Country Club Lanes in Sacramento, and a Pope John Paul II medallion.
Therefore, for 2013 the Kitty says, if you can print your own money do so, otherwise, stick with tangibles. Greece is only the first.