That letter will be signed from you, each copy with your John Hancock. The stamp that people will know whom it’s from. Say it how you like, Best regards, Best wishes, Sincerely yours, Respectfully yours, Truly yours, With love, or Always yours and than sign your name neatly. You’re name. your stamp, your message. The way you move your pen and sign your name actually tells a lot about you. The way your letters connect and the way your signature looks, written dark or lightly while pressing your pen in blue or black ink.
Don’t forget to sign your name at the end. At the end of your letter will be your signature stating that there is no other you. No one else is allowed to sign your name, just you and only you, telling a story with your John Hancock. The stamp to end a letter. A letter with a stamp at the end. The closing part to the letter you wrote with your John Hancock to finish it off. Finish off your letter and fold it to be sealed in an envelope and mailed off. First class mail, two-day mail, over night mail, certified mail with or without receipt requested, priority mail with or without delivery conformation, a letter sent by fax, mail through UPS or FedEx and all the ways for your letter to reach another person.
The postal system, sending mail to one another the old fashion way. The way that is never really old fashion and the only way to see your true John Hancock. The signature that tells you are you at the end of a letter.