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I was wondering if anyone here knows a place from where I could pick up a wax seal stamp or get one made to order? I am looking for a simple stamp with an initial.

 

I live in Mumbai, India, so a shop in Mumbai would be preferable. An alternative would be a seller in India who is willing to take orders on the web or by e-mail/phone.

 

I know I can get this off the internet on ebay or from other sellers who ship internationally to India. I did buy one from a seller based in China who shipped the item, but it never arrived. The issue has been resolved amicably with the seller accepting that the item was lost in transit.

 

I am loath to try the same thing again, hence this query.

 

I would really appreciate any help in this regard. Thanks in advance.

 

Sudhir

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Sudhir, shellac(Lac) stamps are still used by the government for sealing. have you enquired at the usual rubber stamp wallahs? they might be able to help you out with specific leads... ask them for the Lac seal, usually a brass item.

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Sudhir, shellac(Lac) stamps are still used by the government for sealing. have you enquired at the usual rubber stamp wallahs? they might be able to help you out with specific leads... ask them for the Lac seal, usually a brass item.

 

Hi Hari

 

Thanks for the tip.

 

I did check with some friendly neighborhood rubber stamp makers, but they had no idea what I was talking about. Ditto for stationery stores and even one place which makes custom engraved name-plates, etc. I also found them very reluctant to refer me to any of their wholesale suppliers.

 

But let me try again and ask them for a Lac seal and see if they know or can refer me to someone.

 

Sudhir

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Hi Hari

 

Thanks for the tip.

 

I did check with some friendly neighborhood rubber stamp makers, but they had no idea what I was talking about. Ditto for stationery stores and even one place which makes custom engraved name-plates, etc. I also found them very reluctant to refer me to any of their wholesale suppliers.

 

But let me try again and ask them for a Lac seal and see if they know or can refer me to someone.

 

Sudhir

google is your friend.

 

http://dir.indiamart.com/impcat/wax-seals.html

 

http://www.indiamart.com/a1-rubberstamp/lark-cells.html

 

let me know how it goes with A-1, I might also get one made. :)

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Yes, Google is indeed a good friend. I've already tried contacting A-1 and Akash Engravers by mail and phone a couple of weeks back, but no response yet. I believe they may be wholesalers and may not take a solitary inquiry seriously.

 

The next step is to drop in to their shop/office when possible. As I stay and work in the western suburbs, going to Mahim is a rare event, but I suppose one must make time for important things.

 

Will keep you posted on how my quest progresses... :)

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i have ordered wax from here.

 

as they are located in Mumbai, they may be able to help you with the seals as well. their contact info is given in the link.

 

you can always try making one with m-seal. here is a link

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i have ordered wax from here.

 

as they are located in Mumbai, they may be able to help you with the seals as well. their contact info is given in the link.

 

you can always try making one with m-seal. here is a link

 

Thanks for the information. Let me check with them.

 

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Sudhir

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I just got a three letter brass seal made a couple of days back. cost me 300 bucks. comes with a wooden handle. There are many stamp makers around andheri east station that take this up.

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Hi All

 

I was wondering if anyone here knows a place from where I could pick up a wax seal stamp or get one made to order? I am looking for a simple stamp with an initial.

 

I live in Mumbai, India, so a shop in Mumbai would be preferable. An alternative would be a seller in India who is willing to take orders on the web or by e-mail/phone.

 

I know I can get this off the internet on ebay or from other sellers who ship internationally to India. I did buy one from a seller based in China who shipped the item, but it never arrived. The issue has been resolved amicably with the seller accepting that the item was lost in transit.

 

I am loath to try the same thing again, hence this query.

 

I would really appreciate any help in this regard. Thanks in advance.

 

Sudhir

We SR .Process involved in Manufacturing Wax seals in Tamil Nadu , South India

We Undertake Orders Over Mail and shipment throught courier/ post

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Adaikalaraj ( Prop )

Mail : srprocess.sr@gmail.com

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