As a recently initiated Mason, I am studying hard and have incorporated some of that into my work (I am a graphic designer). Online I have seen a few “Masonic Passports” that feature pages for stamps and seals. My inspiration is known as an honorary member of about half my state and is well-known for his travels, something I hope to do myself someday. I am currently designing my own and my local secretary is excited to see what I come up. He happened to mention the word “embossing” when talking about the seal. A seal and stamp are two very different things which would changed how it is I construct the pages. So, I am gathering people’s experience to see if the seal (embossing) or the stamp (ink) is more common.
I wish I had bought a masonic passport years ago. I have visited many lodges, since I bought one, and I prefer to have the page embossed with the raised seal. All of the secretaries I have asked to do so, were delighted! I am going to suggest to my mother lodge, that every new Mason be given a Masonic Passport.