The Ideal self-inking stamps work and feel as great as they look. Their numerous patented features make them a pleasure to use. Just one impression and you will appreciate the ergonomic shape and heavy duty construction.
The IDEAL self-inking stamps feature precision components for a smooth, quiet action and many years of trouble free operation. A full size visible label lets you choose the correct stamp every time. Make thousands of impressions without re-inking! Ideal self-inking stamps are an excellent choice for your high volume stamping needs. They have been mechanically tested to over 1,000,000 impression cycles.
R Series Self Inking Stamps 400R
1 5/8" Round 40mm
You may include graphic images, logos, and signatures on your stamp. They can be used in combination with text, or as a solo element on your stamp.
Choice of Black, Red, Blue, Green or Purple ink.
No Curve Copy Charge on this item.
Where do I type my stamp information?
Ordering stamps online is easy at AddressStamp.com. Simply choose your stamp, as well as the options you would prefer. You will type your actual stamp text later in the checkout process. You must first add a stamp to your shopping cart, and proceed with checking out. Before checking out, you will be given a box to type all of your stamp details along with any special instructions you feel will help us produce the order. If we have any questions about your order, rest assured, we will contact you.
Select your options then click the Add to cart button:
Add border around copy?:
No Yes (+$2.00)
Font - See Ordering Help:
I will supply custom artwork Helvetica Bold Condensed Helvetica Bold Helvetica Copperplate Cooper Black Italic Cooper Black Brush Script Bookman Italic Bookman Bold Italic Bookman Bold Helvetica Condensed Murray Hill Arial Zaph Chancery Times Bold Times Park Avenue Optima Italic Optima Bold Italic Optima Bold Optima Old English Bookman
How to send us artwork:
Email to email@example.com
Dry Pad Purple Green Red Blue Black
Custom - add instructions All Caps Upper and Lower Case