We love these old checks. Not only do they tell a story of life and business in the 1920s, but back then, everything seemed more special. The handwriting on most is beautiful. The checks themselves, standard bank draughts, were printed in the old style and in multiple colors. The processing included stamps and machines and perforations, too. So, as you can see by the illustration, these would be a great addition to an altered art or collage project.
Most checks are dated 1926, well before the Crash that so changed the United States. It's interesting to see the prices paid and costs of things compared to today as well. So these might even be appropriate for a school project!