Vintage Moistener Stamp Envelope Wetter IDL Senior

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This is a great desk piece for those who count paper money, flip through papers, or moisten envelopes on a regular basis.

This white ceramic moistener is made by IDL of Carlstadt, N.J.

I have one that I use for envelopes — especially during the holidays. It also is very helpful with wedding invitations.

It is in very good condition. It has a small line break – not a crack – in the interior which you can see in the fourth photo. It looks like it was glazed over initially. It isn't anything new or really detrimental to it working as it should.

This piece has some heft to it, weighing in at 2.2 lbs.

This is really a nice desk item that every office should have.

Size: 2 1/4 inches W • 2 1/4 H • 2 1/2 D

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I do not accept returns. Please look over the photos of each item well for an accurate visual description and read the text of each item carefully. Many of my items have some "wear with age." The antique/vintage items have been around for a while and have picked up some bumps and dings in their life. I try my best to describe any imperfections with the photos and text.