Deutsch: Abdruck / Español: Estampar / Português: Carimbo / Français: Timbre / Italiano: Timbro /

Stamp can be a rubber, wood, or even potato etched in a design which is then ink and used to apply the design to some medium. This can be as mundane as stamping a library book with the due date, or as cool as the Brittish hobby known as letterboxing which you can read about in a Smithsonian from 1997 or 1998.

-see also:
"Stamp" is in the HS Code "8304"
Filing Cabinets,Card-Index Cabinets,Paper Trays,Paper Rest,Pen Trays,Office-Stamp Stands And Similar

"Stamp" is in the UNSPSC Code "44102104"
Stamp canceling machines

Ref: 122779/2006-10-03

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Stamping/ Printing (Stamping/ Printing is described as the process. ..)
Stamping (Stamping revolves around a process technology. ..)
Stamped paper (Stamped paper refers to widely used paper for art ...)
Handstamp (Handstamp is defined as the implement used to ...)
Foil Stamping (Foil stamping is the application of foil to paper ...)

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