A company stamp, also known as a corporate seal or company seal, is a physical device used by a company or organization to emboss or imprint important documents with its official mark. Typically, it includes the company’s name, logo, and sometimes other details such as registration number or incorporation date.

Company stamps are commonly used to authenticate or certify various documents, such as contracts, agreements, deeds, and official correspondence. While the use of company stamps varies by jurisdiction and organizational practices, they are often considered a symbol of authority and authenticity for official company documents. However, it’s worth noting that in some jurisdictions, the use of company seals has become less common or even obsolete due to changes in regulations or practices.