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    = Understood to be a current stamp printer.

 First postage stamp issued: 1861.

Army Printing Office, Salonika.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1916 (Overprints) for Salonika.


Aspioti-Elka Graphic Arts S A, Athens and Corfu.
Founded: 1884. Closed: 1987.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1933 for Greece.
Main printing process(es): Litho.


They appear to have been book publishers primarily, based on their appearance in bibliographies on the Internet. Name changed from Aspiotis Brothers at some point.


Aspiotis Brothers, Corfu.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1911 for Greece.

Printing from 1933 was undertaken in conjunction with De La Rue. Name changed to Aspioti-Elka Graphic Arts at some point (see above entry)


Government Buildings, Vathy.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1912 (Handstruck) for Aegean Islands.


Government Mint, [Where?].
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1953 for Greece.


Graphic Arts Alexandros Matsoukis Corporation S.A., Athens.
now trading as
Giesecke and Devrient Matsoukis Security Printing SA
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1983 for Greece.
Main printing process(es): Litho, foil die stamping.

Responsible for security printing and beverage labels, A Matsoukis is the longest established major private security printing house in Greece with a reputation for its involvement in demanding projects. It represents Giesecke & Devrient locally. They are a Certified High Security Printer with the scope of designing and producing security printing documents for companies, governmental organisations, banks etc.


Grohmann & Stangel, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1899 for British Post Offices in Crete.


M. Grundmann, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1898 for British Post Offices in Crete.


Kokinakis, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1905 for Crete.


Kokinakis, Stangel, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1905 for Crete.


Kontogony, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1934 for Greece.


Michael A Moatsos Graphic Arts Corporation SA, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1988 for Cyprus.


Papachrysantu, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1914 for Epirus.


Perivolaraki-Lykogianni, [Where?].
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1956 for Greece.


G. Stangel & Company, Athens.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1912 for Aegean Islands.


State Bank, [Where?].
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1954 for Greece.


T. Travlos, Samos.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1913 for Aegean Islands.