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- n. A rubber stamp; a stamp applied by hand.
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- v. stamp with a rubber stamp, usually an indication of official approval on a document
- n. a stamp (usually made of rubber) for imprinting a mark or design by hand
Have a few game “stations,” with a “prize (read: handstamp, sticker or bulk-bin toy)” after each station.
In my dream, I think it's the bouncer just wanting to see my handstamp but it isn't.
It also bore a prewar Forthwegian value imprinted in one corner, and a green handstamp that said MILITARY POST over it.
Evidently at that time the fee was paid in money, and the letters then marked with a handstamp of some sort, for in the Postmaster-General's
I worked there from the summers of 1991-1993, working the Frog Bog game and at the handstamp booth.
ROYAL MAIL COVER 1989, 21st MARCH THE SCOTS CONNECTION MACHIN PANE 5x 14p, 2x 19p & 1x 23p Scottish Definitives BUREAU pictoral handstamp Typed address P&P 1.00 for first cover then
a request to affix the necessary stamps; he can handstamp or write the amount paid on each letter if desired, but that is not necessary.
COTSWOLD COVER 1981, 6th FEBRUARY BRITISH FOLKLORE LONDON WC pictoral handstamp Unaddressed P&P 1.00 for first cover then 0.20 per extra cover (to a maximum of 2.00 (UK only) (Overseas by arrangement) Paypal accepted if buyer accepts their fees.
COTSWOLD COVER 1980, 30th JANUARY NEW VALUES 4p, 12p, 13.1/2p, 17p, 17.1/2p & 75p WINDSOR pictoral handstamp Typed address P&P 1.00 for first cover then 0.20 per extra cover (to a maximum of 2.
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