Based on the pictures on the machine I think it is U.S. currency.
Canada has coloured money, but it is the $10 that is purple.I agree that the illustrations on the machine look like US currency. That surely does look like Lincoln.One of my US $5 bills has a kind of purple tinge to the front of it, maybe that is what the sign refers to?
Maybe it's in China. Did you notice the Chang at the bottom? LOL
I sent in the pic -- it was a BiLo in Charlotte, NC.
The "5" is colored "purple" on the newest $5 "bills."
In the olden days things used to go yellow with age. Since this is "new" money they're talking about, perhaps the ink goes purplewith rage, er, age.
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