A bit of history on the Seal & Wax:
Since time immemorial, the seal has served as a stamp of indisputable authenticity, just as a signature is accepted in the world today.
Royalty and governments used their own seal to affix to proclamations to give them their authoritative stamp of approval. The first Great Seal of England was that of Edward the Confessor, impression of which can still be found. During this time, almost everyone had their own seal, and while most people had just one, Royalty would own several, including their ‘ Great” Seal, as well as seals for all their courts and officials. It was common practice to destroy the seal when the owner died, which is the reason so few original seals were still in existence today.
By using your own Seal with our Genuine Sealing Wax, you will uphold this time-honored tradition, even in today’s hi-tech world. From a teenager to a Head-of-State, a personal seal lends dignity, prestige, and a personal flair to letters, notes, cards and even gift-packaging.