Classic Clock Side Tear Checks

Classic Clock Side Tear Checks
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Time to Face Facts!

One of the most interesting things about old-fashioned clock faces is the fact that those with Roman numerals vary in their representation of the number 4.

In school, most of us learned that the Roman numeral for 4 is IV; however, as far as Roman numeral clock faces are concerned, the number 4 is almost always represented as IIII.

And though you can't see it on any of these photographs, make it a point to conduct your own anecdotal study on the topic. We think you'll find IIII far more often than IV on old-time (no pun intended) clock faces.

In the meantime (there's that word "time" again), order a set of our Classic Clock Side Tear Checks. Their short line of perforation makes it quick and easy to separate checks without making accidental rips, which leaves you more time to study the 4, IIII or IV on every clock face you see!

Don't delay -- order today!
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