Welcome to the Greek Stamp Store

GreekStampStore.com is owned and operated by Sarantopoulos Philatelics of Chicago, Illinois. We are here to help you with your collection whether you are looking for a common Greek stamp, or a rare and unique item of Greece Postal History. We specialize in Greece and Territories philately. Our stock consists of Greek stamps, postal history covers, Greek First Day Covers, errors, souvenir sheets, booklets, postcards, pre- and post-philatelic, as well as used, new and rare Greek stamp issues.

We are active buyers of Greece and Area stamps and postal history, so our stock is always growing. Many of the items we do not have time to put into the website, so please send us your want lists. We also offer a new issue service for Greece stamps.

GreekStampStore.com is updated regularly, so check back soon to see the new additions.

Thank you for looking. We appreciate your business and we look forward to assisting you with all of your Greek stamp collecting needs.

Some New Additions

(Selected randomly from new stock added.)

Stock #: C10962
in Pre-1950
and Ionian Islands
Stock #: C12120
in Pre-1950
and 1901 Postal Stationary/Post Cards
1901 #12. Athens Parthenon View on the notrh side. Black color. Unused. 10l plus 10l mercury. There is a crease on the bottom left of the postcard
Stock #: C11656
in 1941-1950
1944 Allied Bombing of Piraeus. Card with 15 drachma semi postal and 50 drachma air post semi postal. Salonica to Athens. This addess side of card has patriotic inscription, "Long life to the nation. Long life to the army. Victory is ours." It is surprising that German occupation soldiers allowed this card to go through.
Stock #: C11328
in Pre-1950
and Ikaria
Stock #: C10716
in Constantinople
and 1921-1930
1923 Turkey-Great Britain.(British Post Office CONSTANTINOPLE /Registered) 1923 (Jan 29 ) envelope registered to London & forwarded in Manu to Malvern franked Great Britain 1/- Overprinted 18 3/4 Piastres tied British Post Office/Constatinople d/s & w/matching registration label No. 1236 & w/on reverse hooded Registered/ London EC (Sep 3) & oval Registered/Charing Cross (September 3) transit d/s & Circular malvern (September 4) arrival d/s.
Stock #: C11646
in 1941-1950
1944 Early use of Allied Bombing of Piraeus. Within a week of 11june which is the first day of issue. Postal stationery issued in May 1942-1944. Inflation increased postal rate to 10,000 drachma. With 50 drachma air semi-postal. Mailed June 19th 1944 Thesaloniki to Athens June 22.