Presentation Cheque


Oversized big cheques are perfect for photo ops & fundraising. Get detailed realistic large giant presentation cheques on a board with numbers and account details just like real cheques.

Need dry erase cheque board? Our dry erase cheque board enable you to write with a markers and then wipe it off when you need to.

This enable you to use the board over and over again. To further improve the life-span of your board, ask for a much thicker 10mm board instead of the standard 4mm board.

• Printed on sturdy board
• common sizes are 18″ x 36″, 22″ x 44″, 24″ x 48″, 30″ x 60″, 36″ x 72″
• Make any size of your choice, no restriction
• Big cheques are great for special events, charities donation, contests and other presentation
• Customize with organization name, logo, others


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  1. Next-day delivery $11 within GTA (including Toronto, Vaughan, Brampton, Mississauga, etc.); For areas surrounding GTA (Barrie, Cobourg, Hamilton, Oakville, London, etc.) starts from $11; and to other parts of Ontario (Windsor, Peterborough, Sudbury, parts of Quebec, etc.) starts from $11. For other provinces, it starts from $15.
  2. We ship within & outside Canada via Canada Post

Print Specs

File Format to submit for printing: 

*.tiff, *.eps, *.ai, *.psd, *.pdf, *.jpg, *.png, CorelDraw, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Microsoft publisher.
Adobe Illustrator – Save file as *.pdf using press setting or an *.eps format. Images should be embedded; all fonts must be converted to outlines.
Adobe Photoshop – Layers flattened and save as *.tiff documents.
– CorelDraw – Save as high resolution *.pdf or *.eps format. All fonts must be converted to curves.

Resolution: Submit all files resolution at 100dpi to 150dpi at 100% file size. Lower resolution could result in low image quality.
Colour Mode: For better colour reproduction, please provide your artwork/image in CMYK colour mode (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, & blacK) and RGB colour mode (Red, Green, & Blue). All black and white graphics must be provided in grayscale.

For Optimum colour output please observe the following rules:

For Solid Black Colour
If you are using a rich black in a backgrounds & large areas, do NOT use 100K and expect to get rich black, you will get a grayish black. Instead, use: 40C / 30M / 0Y / 100K. Exception to this rule is type: for written type, use ONLY 100K, 0C 0M 0Y.

For Blue
Do NOT use too much magenta or you may receive a purple colour. Use: 100C 60M and to make it darker ADD 40K.

For Purple
Do NOT use too much cyan or you may receive a blue colour. Even if your print came out purple before it may become blue next time. Use: 60C 100M and to make it darker ADD black to a MAXIMUM of 40K.