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Library Stamps

Keep track of all your favorite books with library stamps! CustomStamps.com's personalized From The Library Of stamps are perfect for teachers and librarians, or for the books in your personal library.

From the Library Of Embossers & Stamps

Ensure your property finds its way back to you with a custom "From the Library of" stamp or embosser.

Whether you have a loved book collection in your classroom or home, keep track of your favorite novels with a library embosser. Stories should be shared, but always returned. Make sure your personal library stays as one collection by marking your books with your name with one of our custom bookplate stamps! These library stamps and ex libre stamps are perfect for book connoisseurs, librarians, and teachers!

FAQs About Our Custom Library Stamps & Book Embossers

  • Q. Where do I get a library stamp?
    A. At CustomStamps.com our complete library stamp collection is filled with personalized options including From the Library Of Stamps, Custom Name Book Embossers, Teacher Library Stamps and more!
  • Q. What is a book stamp?
    A. A book stamp or book embosser is a quick, convenient and stylish way to add your name and info to all of the books in your classroom, office or personal library.
  • Q. How long do self-inking stamps last?
    A. Our self-inking book stamps are made from high-quality materials that last for thousands of impressions before needing to be re-inked.
  • Q. Where do I put an Ex Libris stamp?
    A. Ex Libris Stamps, library book stamps, and book embosser impressions are commonly used on the inside cover, first page or back cover of hardcover or softcover books.
  • Q. How do I customize my book stamp?
    A. Each of our book stamps and embossers are customizable in a few simple steps. Simply input your name or information in the required fields before placing your order, and we'll take care of the rest!
  • Q. What is the difference between a book stamp and an embosser?
    A. A stamp leaves an inked impression while an embosser leaves raised, textured impressions. Read all about embosser impressions in our Embosser Ordering & Help Guide.