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Waterstons Scottish
Postal Taper Wax with Wick
Sealing Wax

3 reviews
$ 8.00

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Most items ship withinin 1-2 days.
Made to order stamps ship in 2-3 days.
  • Each stick is 7.87" | 20cm in length | Sold per stick
  • Please estimate 15-20+ seals per stick.
  • Very strong binding wax that will crack/break when purposefully flexed.
  • Handmade in small batches, with 300+ year old recipe.
  • High gloss finish in rich colors.
  • Choose from red, silver, and gold. 

Postal Wax is designed for high volume hand use, such as bags and securing bundles of mail. This postal wax is a traditional handmade wax, meaning its purpose is to create a tamper-evident closure which provided the authenticity of the sender, and will break if opened or tampered with.

It is a very smooth, high shine wax handmade in Scotland, which takes wonderfully crisp and detailed impressions.

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5.0 Based on 3 Reviews
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EB
07/10/2020
Evan B.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Big stick

I thought it was a box of smaller sticks but it was one big stick. Works well though. It's nice to have a breakable seal for hand delivered items. Shippabke wax doesn't break very well.

DP
12/17/2019
Diana P.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Great Sealing Wax, Great Service.

Very happy with the quality of the wax, the packaging and delivery. Thank you.

JW
09/05/2019
Justin W.
United States United States
Exquisite!

The wax works just as expected. I am very glad to own this antiquated breakable wax. Please bear in mind that after the seal has been created, the wax is very brittle and will most likely break during transit if being mailed through the postal system. For all mailings, use the flexible wax which is readily available on Amazon etc.. However, for letters being hand delivered, this wax makes a very archaic touch; having the receiver break the seal prior to opening the letter is a timeless bygone.

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