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You have come to the right place to buy and sell Greek Stamps from Greece of all kinds.
The offerings here include All stamps, Sets, Greek Postcards, Lots and Collections,  Postal Covers and First Day Covers.
 
So no matter what type of Stamps from Greece you collect, you will find them here.
GREECE 1927 10d Temple VFU

GREECE 1927  10d Temple VFU

Price: $7.16 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 31m
B4581: Greece #21 Used, F-VF, Sound; CV $37

B4581: Greece #21 Used,  F-VF,  Sound; CV $37

Price: $8.99 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 34m
Greece Sc 1005 on 1974 PAQUEBOT Cover, CAPT Signed

Greece Sc 1005 on 1974 PAQUEBOT Cover,  CAPT Signed

Price: $17.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 41m
Greece Sc 1009 on 1971 Signed Alaskan PAQUEBOT Cover

Greece Sc 1009 on 1971 Signed Alaskan PAQUEBOT Cover

Price: $16.75 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 41m
Greece Sc 1129 on 1979 T.S.S. Atlas PAQUEBOT Cover 3;9

Greece Sc 1129 on 1979 T.S.S. Atlas PAQUEBOT Cover  3;9

Price: $13.75 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 42m
Greece Sc 490 on 1985 MTS "JASON" PAQUEBOT Cover VF 3;9

Greece Sc 490 on 1985 MTS "JASON" PAQUEBOT Cover VF 3;9

Price: $10.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 42m
Greece Sc 867 on 1967 Canal Zone PAQUEBOT Cover, VF 3;9

Greece Sc 867 on 1967 Canal Zone PAQUEBOT Cover,  VF 3;9

Price: $16.75 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 42m
Greece lot of Early used Imperforated

Greece lot of Early used Imperforated

Price: $1.99 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 58m
1989 GREECE SC#1658 a & c MINT NEVER HINGED COMPLETE SETS

1989 GREECE   SC#1658 a & c MINT NEVER  HINGED COMPLETE SETS

Price: $7.99 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 1h 18m
GREECE #C5-7 Mint NH Set - 1933 Graf Zeppelins

GREECE #C5-7 Mint NH Set - 1933 Graf Zeppelins

Price: $229.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 1h 56m

Hermes heads of Greece

The large Hermes heads of Greece were engraved in Paris by Albert Barre. A perfectionist, he made a large number of final proofs which are hard to distinguish from the issued stamps where both have no gum. The only guarantee of an issued stamp from the 1861 Paris printing is that it has gum. Over many years gum has been added to proofs by dealers and swindlers to allow them to sell them as issued stamps with full gum. Some with smooth and thin gum are easy to detect. Others are very dangerous. Degrees of rarity are described for each value. There are few single examples with false cancellation. Multiples larger than a pair are rare. A 20 lepta block of four offered with a first day cancellation in Greece was determined by comparison to be the same as an unpostmarked item described as a final proof in Switzerland in 1992. At almost the same time another, falsely cancelled block of the 10 lepta was offered in Athens. The source was the same and is under observation. Great care is to be taken in buying used 1 lepton stamps in singles or in multiples.




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