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   = Understood to be a current stamp printer.

 First postage stamp issued: 1858.

Bacigalupi, Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1881 for Peru.



Bekos, [where?].
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: [when?].



P. Berrio, Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1919 for Peru.



Editora Grafica Tricolor S.R. Ltds, [where?].
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: [when?].



Enotria Editorial e Imprenta, Lima.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: None seen to date, despite the information that follows.


Enotria Editorial e Imprenta, formerly owned by Jordan Graphics from Charlotte, U.S., was partially (48%) acquired by the Chilean group Jordan Impresores in 1997.  The Peruvian group Romero Inversiones Centauro still owns the remaining 52 percent. Enotria prints identification cards, stamps (none known under their imprint), bank forms, and cheques among others.


C. Fabbri S.A., Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1921 for Peru.



Grafica Sanmarti S.A., Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1985 for Peru.


Primarily book publishers.


Iberia, Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1962 for Peru.



Post Office, Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1862 for Peru.



D. Emilio Prugue, Lima.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1858 for Peru.



Sanmarti y Cia, Lima.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1931 for [what country?].


Primarily book publishers.


 Thomas Greg & Sons de Peru S.A.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: [when] for [what country?].


Union Grafica S.A., Lima.
Abbreviation known by: UGSA.
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: [when?] for [what country?].