Summary

G. W. Todd & Co. "Protectograph". Device for printing cash amounts on cheques in words. Operated with a handle. Made in America circa 1916.

Cheque is rolled through machine by placing it on side platform and turning handle. Words to be printed are selected by index pointer; units are pounds, shilling and pence.

Physical Description

Cheque is rolled through machine by placing it on side platform and turning handle. Words to be printed are selected by index pointer units are pounds, shilling and pence.

More Information