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Re: check punchin'



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I have seen several in pawn shops.

SMK
--- Jules Davis <julesdavis@CHARTER.NET> wrote:
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> I've seen them fairly frequently at thrift stores, usually the kind
> of
> stores that employ "developmentally disabled" types of people. I
> think the
> last one that I almost bought was (or at least looked) brand new.
> There out
> there.
>
> .......................................   Jules
>
>
>
> > >hey folks, i have a question for everyone. apologies in advance
> > if this has
> > >already been discussed at some point -- i checked the archives
> > and couldn't
> > >really find anything about it, but maybe i missed something.
> > >
> > >so, i was wondering if anyone knows anything about check
> > >punches/protectors/protectographs/etc. basically check cancelers
> that
> > >punch/perforate numbers or the word "paid" or whatever, as
> > opposed to those
> > >cancelers that use ink. does that make sense?
> > >
> > >i've been trying to find something like this but haven't been
> > too successful,
> > >at least not in finding options that don't cost several hundred
> > dollars either
> > >because they're obscure antiques or big new high-tech machines.
> > >
> > >so.... does anyone know about these things and where i might
> > track one down?
> > >
> > >thanks in advance,
> > >molly
> > >
> > >
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