An ex libris stamp is a small, usually round stamp with the words "Ex Libris", "from the library of", or "this book belongs to" and often includes a person's name or initials. Ex libris stamps are used to mark ownership of books and other printed materials.
Ex Libris Stamps
WHAT IS AN EX LIBRIS STAMP?
WHAT DOES EX LIBRIS MEAN?
Ex libris is a Latin phrase meaning "from the books". Ex libris stamps are used to indicate that a book belongs to a particular person. Ex libris is often used by bibliophiles and book collectors.
FROM THE LIBRARY OF STAMP & THIS BOOK BELONGS TO STAMP
While the term ex libris covers a large array of designs some of our most popular stamps include a “from the library of” and "this book belongs to" stamp. Your child might notice these designs in books they rent from their school or you might find this in a book you rent from your local library.
PERSONALIZED BOOK STAMP
Choose from stock designs that allow you to sign your name on your book or customize one of the many designs allowing you to have your name pre printed on your ex libris stamp.
Want to learn more about ex libris stamps? Check out A Quick Guide to Ex Libris Stamps