Paymaster

I have written about how to make the soya bean agar-agar before. Last time I used the packet soya bean  Take a look here. But this time I used the fresh ones from Funny Mountain.

And here's the kaya puff..
picture taken by my little girl

Ok, I want to show you the Vintage Paymaster Cheque Printer that we still use in our shop. I don't know how long it has been here but I guess it could be well over 15 years..
 it is very heavy though

 just move the keys accordingly..

 then pull down the handle on the right...

It's nicely printed. I don't need to write that 
except the names and the amount on the right of the cheque.


Comments

  1. Wah, the kaya puffs are really puffed up and "fat". Must have a lot of kaya in it. Must be delicious too. Hhhmmm, I am hungry now.

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  2. Your machine is really vintage. For me, it is more tiring to move the keys up and down compared to writing by hand, hahaha!

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  3. How much are the kaya puffs? Thanks in advance for your reply.

    Good night Wenn. I think you have already gone to bed by now. Sweet dreams!

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  4. I remember using this in the 1980s when i started working :)

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  5. We stil have one in the office now. But diff design. Yours one looks so vintage and antique.

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  6. Good morning Wenn, wish you have a nice day ahead.

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  7. Have a nice day, everyone! Will be busy for this whole week. Take care!

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  8. oh, those kaya puffs look good!! i can see some with the kaya oozing out!! hmmm, must be "skin thin filling nice" huh?? feel like having one now~~ :D

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  9. My dad company use that too, but different type of machine, glad that don't have to write it all the time too!!! =]

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  10. oh, i have seen this kind of cheque many times but not seen the machine itself before, we call it the "frank machine".. looks interesting, you must keep this antique it may be very valuable in the future.. :)

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  11. first of all... I would love to have those agar agar ... it does makes me drool especially now that I haven't taking my breakfast yet ....

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  12. oh that's really cool...I haven't seen a Paymaster Cheque Printer .. but it looks like a slot machine to me LOL.. it is really impressive that you manage to keep that for 15 years wow

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  13. Interesting! Never seen a cheque printer like this, good that it's still working fine!

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  14. LOL...so long have not seem that machine

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    1. banks used to have that achine too for printing bankers' cheques. But now everything printed using printer

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    2. last time i used to say "dollars" and "Cents" but kena cikgu marah...not dollar la....RM and sen.

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  15. so that is what you and your daughter both huh
    it looks great! i think i gonna love it better
    search it here, there's got to be somewhere

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  16. a Vintage Paymaster Cheque Printer huh
    well it sure looks vintage haha and those buttons
    just like how things were back then huh

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    1. and most vintage gadgets were heavy indeed haha
      even cellphones right

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  17. 15 years and still working? wow! that's
    amazing haha our things never even last for two to three year
    here haha

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    1. still working as we are still using it..

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  18. have a great and god blessed day wenn
    ake care and happy blogging

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  19. I miss the delicious ipoh kaya puffs!

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  20. Those machines look precious! It has been with you for so long and it is a priceless feng shui item that brought the boss good luck!!

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  21. This old fashioned cheque printer is easier to handle than modern ones. That is what my clerk told me and she is a young girl.

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  22. So many shops and bakeries in KL sell Kaya Puffs but many are damn hopeless. I fed a left over to a dog and he walked away!!!!! That's how bad some KL bakeries are.

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  23. Ipoh has got so many lovely puffs and tarts!!! I cannot forget the world famous egg tart from Ipoh. It was so heavenly nice! Now I am curious about this kaya puffs too.

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