no, not Chopp’s, chops… the signature stamps that are traditionally used on chinese artwork.
i got some.
the one on the left says 沙了門多 which is prounounced SHĀ-LE-MÉN-DUŌ which is the closest the guy could get to “SALAMANDIR”.
SHĀ-LE-MÉN-DUŌ means “SAND-UP-DOOR-MANY”, which is, essentially, meaningless. it’s just a name chop.
the one on the right says 蝾 which is pronounced RÓNG, and it means “SALAMANDER”.
and i think it’s kind of interesting that the word for “SALAMANDER” is RÓNG…
i made a chop several years ago, that says “CHIGAU” which means “DIFFERENT” or “WRONG”… but it’s backwards.