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PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS,
BANKING, COMMERCIAL, AND OFFICIAL
Contractors with Her Majesty's Government Offices for the
"DUPLEX SECURITY" CHEQUES.
In consequence of the numerous and successful frauds recently perpetrated upon Bankers by means of the alteration of the written matter in Cheques, WATERLOW & SONS Limited have devoted their attention to this subject, with a view to the production of Cheques possessing greater security than has hitherto been obtained, without rendering them too costly for ordinary use.
The chemical agents employed for obliteration with a view to the falsification of Cheques are either Acids, Alkalies, or Chlorines, and the chief danger has arisen from the fact that the discolouration produced by the use of these agents may be restored by the skilful use of re-agents.
After a series of careful experiments, conducted by an accomplished Chemist, with the assistance of the head of their Engraving Department, WATERLOW & SONS Limited have succeeded, by the use of inks possessing opposite chemical affinities, in perfecting a mode of printing which will effectually prevent this kind of fraud, as by this arrangement any attempt to discharge the writing ink by the use of either of the before-mentioned chemical agents will result in immediate discolouration of the printed matter, and re-agents cannot be used without producing a like effect.
The cost of these Cheques will not be greatly in excess of the best kinds of Cheques now made, and, with a desire to extend their use as widely as possible, WATERLOW & SONS Limited have arranged to supply them at about the same price.
A specimen Cheque which has been tested with the four best known discharging agents will be supplied upon application.
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Journal of the Money Market and Commercial Digest.
A FIRST-CLASS MONTHLY FINANCIAL PUBLICATION AND THE RECOGNISED ORGAN OF INTERCOMMUNICATION FOR THE BANKING INTEREST.
R. H. INGLIS PALGRAVE, Esq., F.S.S.,
THIRTY-EIGHTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
It is patronised by the Bank of England, the principal Private and Joint Stock Banks, the Leading Discount Establishments, public and private, the Government Departments, and has a large circulation among English, Foreign and Colonial Banks, Insurance, Financial and Commercial Establishments.
The development of the Limited Liability principle, in the formation of new Banking Companies, has largely extended this publication's sphere of usefulness; the topics connected with the New Banks, the progress of business, and the appointment of Managers, &c., having been made specially prominent.
The statistics furnished are well arranged and reliable, whilst the correspondence on Banking practice passes under the supervision of high Banking and Legal authorities.
In addition to the original articles on all points of Banking, Financial and Commercial progress, the Magazine furnishes the
ONLY EXISTING COMPLETE RECORD
of the half-yearly reports of the English, Irish, Scotch, Foreign and Colonial Banking Institutions.
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