Peace Sign Side Tear Checks

Peace Sign Side Tear Checks
Click to zoom Click to enlarge. All images included. Colors may appear brighter than printed.


What we know as the peace sign was originally used by the British nuclear disarmament movement back in 1958.

It's a combination of the semaphore signals for the letters "N" and "D." Later, it spread to other anti-war movements in both Britain and America.

Today, we recognize it as a way of asking for understanding and harmony among our fellow man. These checks, designed by German-born artist Gabriele Utz, are the latest to use it to call for something greater.

If you're a fan of peace, check out these easy-to-use side tear checks today!

Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Add Matching Items
Estimated Shipping: Free
Item # STLA0176

Required for confirmation emails.

Step 1
Personal Info See Example
Step 3
Account Info See Example
Symbol Symbol
Symbol Symbol

Press dash key (-) for symbol & spacebar for spaces

Account number begins with symbol MICR On-Us Symbol Yes No

Deposit Slip Routing Same As Check? Yes No

Press dash key (-) for MICR Dash Symbol symbol

Click to Add Trans Code See Example

Step 2
Bank Info See Example
Step 4
Additional Options

Click to Add Message Above Signature Line See Example

Add message above signature line: $2.95

Click to Add Custom Font

Choose custom font: $2.95

Personal Info

Bank Info

Account Info

Routing #:
Account #:
Start Number:

Additional Options