Classroom Printer 1932 Educational Rubber Stamp Set

classroom printer set
geogre washington stamps
Graphics and typography are one of our collective interests. Originally used as a teaching tool, the wooden box with paper label intact contains various word, letter, and picture rubber stamps. Words can be spelled with the capital and lower case alpha/numerical/punctuation stamps. Complete sentences can also be created from the word stamps. Cleverly illustrated images include Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, an airplane, camel, Santa, … and many more. The set shows rugged use with ink staining, a scratch or two on the wood. One of the metal closures is tight but all elements still function as intended. Some of the stamps originally included may be missing; this Depression Era collection is cute, functional, and entertaining- just add an ink pad! Directions and a metal work surface for composition are stored inside under the stamp storage tray.