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PSI Pre-Ink 8 Ball Orphan Dreams Inking Address Stamp

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This item is Custom Made in the USA
Environmental Friendly Product made from manufacturing with a LEM Process
List Price: $50.00
Our Price: $39.95
Online Sale Price: $39.95
Savings: $10.05

Availability: This item typically ships in 1 to 2 business days
Product Code: JRS-CA-121-PSI

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The PSI Pre-Ink 8 Ball Orphan Dreams Inking Address Stamp can help you in personalizing everything from envelopes, notes to stationery. These stamps provide the ultimate impression quality and portability.  This customized address stamp features the Dream Orphans font and the stamped impression size is approximately 2-1/4 inches wide by 7/8 inches tall.  This psi pre-ink customized address stamp is offered with a wide variety of ink colors.
Product Highlights
  • Outstanding imprint quality
  • Available in your choice of 7 Ink Colors
  • Impression Size approximately 2-1/4" wide by 7/8" tall
  • Prints thousands of vibrant impressions before re-inking is needed
  • Professional Presentation, smooth and quiet with an outstanding impression quality
  • ECO Friendly Choice contains 50% post consumer recycled content.
  • High detail and high quality.
  • No separate inking pad required
  • Made in the USA

Average Rating: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Good September 15, 2015
Reviewer: Rodney Gallo from Mooresville, NC United States  
Great stamp with crisp graphics. I get lots of comments on my 8- ball address stamp. Plastic self-inking stamp is durable. I have not had any trouble with the plastic case or the ink. I don't think I'll need an ink refill for a long time.

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