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Colop rubber stamps now sold by Self-Inking Stamps NZ for you to buy!

Colop rubber stamps now sold by Self-inking Stamps Ltd. This month we talk about Colop stamps, a new brand of rubber stamps sold by Self-Inking Stamps NZ.

There are three major brands of stamps sold in the world:

  1. Trodat Rubber Stamps
  2. Shiny Rubber Stamps
  3. Colop Rubber Stamps

Self-Inking Stamps have stocked both Shiny and Trodat Self-Inking Stamps for years now. However, a change in the NZ Wholesale supplier has meant Self-Inking Stamps now has easy access to the Colop stamps range available in New Zealand.

Colop stamps are supplied in everyday plastic bodies, steel frame professional grade machines, small pocket models, replacement ink pads for the Self-Inking Stamps, stamp pads for traditional style hand stamps and stamp ink. Something for everyone.

We do receive enquiries when refurbishing stamps and have been able to supply the replacement rubber die for Colop stamps however were not able to supply the replacement ink pads. That was a bit disappointing.

That has all changed. Yes, we can now supply the new Colop stamps, replacement parts and stamp ink pads.

Some items we will stock as they are complimentary to the range of Self-Inking Stamps, we can offer you.

However, at this time if you want to buy new Colop stamps we would order these in for you specifically which would take a couple of days longer than our normal service.

Part of the Colop stamps range includes some cute little flash stamps for motivational stamps. These motivational stamps are great for teachers and preschool. Even better as they are mass produced, they are nice and cheap.

Colop stamps come with the usual five ink colours

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Red
  • Green
  • Violet

For special purposes there are Numberer stamps and dater stamps. Perfect for those office tasks where you need a stamp mark to streamline your work and save you time. These have rotatable bands you turn to get the desired number or date combination for your task.

Of interest are a couple of larger stamp ink pads for hand stamps. These are large and fantastic for paper bag stamps. These are larger than we can currently supply.

Colop Rubber Stamps Supplier Auckland NZ

One is 160 x 220mm and another 240 x 310mm.

These can take large stamps. Lots of care would be required operating a stamp that size to get a good print.

These would be especially suited to rocker type hand stamps. These are curved base stamps that you roll across the paper to mark it.

How about a roller pen style of stamp that rolls on a word continuously like copy, paid, faxed – are they still a thing, received, completed, draft and processed.

If you are looking for a new rubber stamp and are not sure where to start, try this rubber stamp pdf guide to show you the common sizes and purposes.

There are many shapes of Self-Inking Stamps you might like:

There is lots of additional help in the website by looking in the menu and the drop downs under;

Even try a search of our blog articles below

If you can’t find what you are looking for, we can guide you to just the right stamp for your purpose.

Contact our Rubber Stamp Design team for more information…

Please contact us, if you have any questions regarding available variants or further product information.

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