Why did Henry not have to pay at Harry's or at the tailor's shop?

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A reader could probably come up with a few reasons as to why Henry never has to actually turn over any form or real money at any of the shops that he visits. To his credit, Henry does certainly try to pay with the very large bank note, but none of the business owners will take it. Henry hands the note over and asks for change, and the store owners quickly say that he can purchase the items on credit....

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