I notice the next topic is the "round" numbers for treasure quantities. "You find 2000 silver pieces" is apparently bad form.
Seriously? Has anyone ever objected at the table that the number of coins in a treasure trove is unrealistic?
I know that if I said "you find 2000 silver pieces" and someone said "that's an unbelievable numbers," my reply would be "OK, you find no silver pieces".
If I were really concerned with "realistic" treasure, I wouldn't give a coin count at all; I'd give the number of sacks the treasure could fill. I may do that anyways, for other reasons. When they have an opportunity to cash in, they can get the exact total.