Large Scottish Rampant Lion Rubber Stamp

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Large Rampant Lion Rubber Stamp

Found on the Royal Arms of Scotland, as seen on the yellow and red lion rampant flag (often called the second flag of Scotland), the use of the lion rampant or rampant lion dates back to William I, who succeeded Malcom IV, King of Scots, in 1165.

Stamped image size: 2" wide by 2-3/4" high.

We carry this rubber stamp design in two sizes; this is the larger one.

Made of top-grade materials by Highlander Celtic Stamps: premium, deeply-etched red rubber with generous cushion material on an eastern maplewood mounting.

Design copyrighted by Kim Victoria of Highlander Celtic Stamps