German text stamp / Background stamp of a Baroque book dedication / Text rubber stamp (150602)

7,908,80

Inkl. MwSt.

This is a German background rubber stamp of high quality red rubber, new and unused. It is a text in German in a book dedicated to the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg (home of MAKIstamps) in 1730. It is very baroque in its language and reads something in the vein of “Could you most high-born, most noble and most magnificient be prevailed upon to graciously accept this humble offering of your most humble servant….”

The approximative size is 11.5 x 5,3 cm / 4.5″ x 2″.

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Description

This is a German background rubber stamp of high quality red rubber, new and unused.

The approximative size is 11.5 x 5,3 cm / 4.5″ x 2″.

Please note that our basic style selection includes only the trimmed rubber stamp die with no cushion or mount, which is an ” unmounted ” rubber stamp. You can also choose to have your stamp already ” EZ-mounted ” ( = cling stamp ) in the style selection above. This will make the stamp “cling” to an acrylic block (not included!). You will basically only need one acrylic block for all your stamps. Just take one off and “cling” another one on.

We are offering different sizes of acrylic blocks. Please check which sizes your selected stamps have and then select the size of the block after your biggest stamp.

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style selection

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