Pennsylvania Notary Stamps & Embossers

Does Pennsylvania require a notary stamp?

Yes. Pennsylvania requires a notary seal stamp.

Source: Revised Uniform Law On Notarial Acts (RULONA) (Act 73 of 2013, effective October 26, 2017) § 317. Official stamp.
The following shall apply to the official stamp of a notary public:
(1) A notary public shall provide and keep an official seal, which shall be used to authenticate all the acts, instruments and attestations of the notary public. The seal must be a rubber stamp and must show clearly in the following order:
   (i) The words “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”
   (ii) The words “Notary Seal.”
   (iii) The name as it appears on the commission of the notary public and the words “Notary Public.”
   (iv) The name of the county in which the notary public maintains an office.
   (v) The date the notary public’s commission expires.
   (vi) Any other information required by the department.
(2) The seal must have a maximum height of one inch and width of three and one-half inches, with a plain border.
(3) The seal must be capable of being copied together with the record to which it is affixed or attached or with which it is logically associated.