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Notary Seal Embosser Replacement

As a notary public, it is valuable to understand how your notary seal embosser works. Each embosser consists of a heavy-duty metal frame handle as well as a durable insert with custom laser-cut Delrin dies. When your commission has expired and it's time for a new seal, we suggest purchasing a replacement insert. Inserts for an embosser can be removed and replaced. It is EXTREMELY important to select the correct insert type when purchasing a notary seal replacement insert for your embossing seal since most seal inserts are not interchangeable with other seal models.

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Notary Seal Insert (INSERT ONLY)
Notary Seal Insert (INSERT ONLY)
Online Sale Price: $21.00


Notary Embosser Stamp

We are sure to have a replacement insert for your Acorn embossing handle. However, we ask you to please keep in mind that if you did not order your original embosser from us, then our replacement insert might not fit your handle. Acorn's product warranty is voided if the insert is ordered incorrectly and is bent while being inserted to the incorrect embossing handle. If you are unsure of what type of notary replacement insert will fit in to your existing handle.

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