unknown kanji on rubber stamp

I was given a rubber stamp (image above) that supposedly means "harmony" but I suspect it doesn't. Can anyone confirm the meaning or tell me its real one?

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    You may look for the upside-down version of that character next time you go to a Chinese restaurant in your country and ask a clerk there what it means. search.yahoo.co.jp/image/… – l'électeur Jun 11 at 0:32

This is the 福{ふく} character which means "good fortune"

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