The French Freemasons so call a stamp, consisting of the initials or monogram of the Lodge, which is impressed in black or red ink upon every official document emanating from the Lodge. When such a document has the seal also attached, it is said to be timbre et scene that is, stamped tend sealed. The timbre, which differs from the seal, is not used in English or American Lodges.
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