for correspondence 
Rubber sheath to cover the finger; it is used mainly to turn pages more easily or to sort papers or banknotes more quickly.
Device consisting of movable strips embossed with a series of digits and letters; it is used to print the date.
Device consisting of movable strips embossed with a series of digits; it is used to print numbers.
Rack used to hold such items as rubber stamps for dating and numbering.
Book in which frequently used names, addresses and telephone numbers are written and stored in alphabetical order.
Device consisting of an embossed rubber strip that is inked to print a stamp on an object or document.
Ink-saturated pad on which a rubber stamp is moistened prior to stamping.
Device with a set of files that rotate on a spindle for easy consultation.
Device used to moisten postage stamps and labels.
Small knife used to open envelopes and cut sheets of paper.