Stamp

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Stamp or Stamps or Stamping may refer to:

Official documents and related impressions[edit]

  • Eki stamp (駅スタンプ, train station stamp), a free collectible rubber ink stamp found at many train stations in Japan
  • Food stamps, tickets used in the United States that indicate the right to benefits in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
  • Passport stamp, a rubber stamp inked impression received in one's passport upon entering or exiting a country
  • National Park Passport Stamps
  • Postage stamp, used to indicate prepayment of fees for public mail
    • Jenny stamp, also known as (Inverted Jenny, an Upside Down Jenny, or Jenny Invert), a United States postage stamp first issued on May 10, 1918, famous for erroneously depicting an upside image of the Curtiss JN-4 airplane
  • Ration stamp, indicating the right to rationed goods
  • Revenue stamp, used on documents to indicate payment of tax
  • Rubber stamp, device used to apply inked markings to objects
  • Seal (emblem), stamp used by a notary public or other authorities for identification purposes
  • Stamp duty, a tax that is levied on documents
  • Trading stamp, a small paper stamp given to customers by merchants in loyalty programs that predate the modern loyalty card, e.g.:

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