Washington DC Notary Stamp


Customize and create your own Washington DC notary stamp. Start by choosing the stamp type, then stamp color, then ink color. 



Washington DC Notary Seal Requirements

There are five critical thresholds that the Washington DC seal embosser must meet:

A) The notary public’s name, exactly stated on the commission;

(B) The words “District of Columbia”;

(C) The commission expiration date; and

(D) Other information required by the Mayor.

No other language or description is allowed.


Washington DC Notary Stamp Types

Brother stamps are the industry standard. This notary stamp features an ultra-crisp impression at 600 dpi, with no bleed-through. Brother stamps will yield up to 50,000 impressions. If your Brother stamp impression ever fades, simply remove the cap and add six drops of Brother ink. Brother 2260 impression size: .75″ by 2″

Trodat notary stamps feature a see-through base and a replaceable ink cartridge, and come in 11 different colors. Trodat notary stamp features include:

  • A clear base so you can see exactly where you are stamping
  • A refillable ink cartridge, allowing you to add thousands more impressions to your stamp
  • A replaceable ink cartridge, allowing you to change ink color by changing cartridges
  • Water-based ink, resulting in very little bleed-through

PSI stamps are made from recycled plastic (50%).  They use low emissions manufacturing practices.  They last twice as long as a traditional self-inker.  They feature laser print quality impression (300 dpi).  They are re-inkable indefinitely.

Trodat 4913 impression area: 7/8″ x 2-3/8″
PSI Slim 2264 & PSI 2264 impression area: 7/8″ x 2-1/2″
Brother 2260 impression area: 7/8″ x 2-3/8″

Additional information

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 2.88 × 2.75 × 1.88 in
Stamp Type

Brother 2260, Printy Model 4913, PSI 2264, PSI 2264 Slim

Stamp Color

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