It looks like it has the image of a folk art rooster but it is possible it could be a peacock because a rooster's tail is not that long.
Either way, I'm always amazed by the tools used to create things we take for granted ... because now we know machines print everything. Not to mention the digital age.
This is definitely not digital.
What to do with it now though. . . that is the question.
Well, I found a few useful ideas online (woodprintblocks.com)
A lost art due to modern technology.
I'm looking into the history behind these unique pieces of the past and will update this post as soon as I find what I am looking for.
In the meantime, this stamp is available in my Bella Rosa Antiques store, here.