Different states have different rules regarding what an engineer or architect must use.
Some state require a stamp, some require a seal.
Sorry, but we don't know the rules for every state.
When a seal is required, the Pocket Seal is what is normally used.
The Desk Seal gives a little better leverage than the pocket seal (but not much).
We have long-reach desk seals if you need to emboss farther away
for the edge of the page.
Your engineer or architect stamp can be put on any type of stamp
if stamps are allowed by your state.
If you leave your stamp in your desk, the self-inking stamp is the most convenient.
If you carry it with you, the self-inking stamp or the pocket stamp are the best.
We need to see your
Engineer License before we can fill your order.
Fax a copy of it (201-796-5675) or
us the wording you want.
Include your name and phone number so we can call you.
Seals normally work with plain paper ONLY.
If you have heavier paper, please send us a sample
so we can test it so see if your seal will work properly.
Stamps also work with plain paper ONLY.
If the paper you are using has a coating, the ink might not dry on the paper.
You would have to send us a sample of the paper so we can find the right ink.
What do they cost?
Since different states have different requirements,
we will quote upon request only.
Below prices are for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
Your state might be a different price.
Regular rubber stamp: $45.99
Self-inking stamp: $72.99
Pocket Slim Stamp: $75.99
Pre-inked stamp: $77.99
Pocket seal: $56.99
Desk seal: $70.99
Long-reach desk seal: $99.99
Seal Imprinter for Pocket: $24.99
Seal Imprinter for Desk: $24.99
Shipping charges are based on what you
order and where you are located.
We will quote shipping upon request.
There is sales tax if you are located
in New Jersey or New York.
What else you got?
Seal Imprinter (to make your seal imprint visible)
Gold Seal Labels (to make your seal imprint look fancy)
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