Hanko for Inubushi Seiyaku (Pharmacy) in Tokushima prefecture, established in 1807, maker of Keishin-tan, a natural medicine for stomach issues.
L6.5" W3.5" H1"
Material: persimmon wood
Made in Japan
A hanko is usually a small, cylindrical object with ones name carved into the surface on one end and used as a stamp on documents. In this case, the hanko serves as an advertisement/business card.