Find our selection of stamps coming from whole Europe. Supplement your stamp collection with these products great or small size!
Rare stamp collection all different from Memel (currently Klaip' da in Lithuania). Some of these stamps are individually sold several euros. The photograph represents an example of the stamps which you could find in this collection.
Stamps Armenia complete year 1997 Mint NH
Stamps Armenia complete year 1998 Mint NH
Stamps Armenia complete year 1999 Mint NH
The amateurs of used stamps emitted in Austria will be able to find their happiness in this unit. La Maison du Collectionneur selected for you these Austrian articles going back to before 1938. This year corresponds to Anschluss, i.e. the fastening of Austria in the Nazi Germany. Certain stamps put at the honor of the political personalities: one of them was emitted in 1935 and represents Engelbert Dollfuss, a former federal chancellor of Austria having fought the Nazism.
Stamp Austria N° 50B unused with hinge
Stamp Austria N° 53B unused with hinge
Stamp Belgium N° 38 with hinge
Bielorussia, so called Bélarus is a country of Eastern Europe bordered in the west by Poland, north by Latvia and Lithuania, in the east by Russia and the south by the Ukraine. In 1922, Bielorussia adheres to the Union of the Soviet socialist republics at once that it is created. Become independent in 1991, it emits for the first time its own stamps in 1992.
If you wish to acquire stamps used and published by the postal services of Bosnia-Herzegovina, this unit will bring an added-value to your collections. Located in Balkans, this state belonged to Yugoslavia and its independence was proclaimed in 1992.We propose several stamps to you illustrating the town of Sarajevo, current capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The inscription “June 28th, 1914” is often mentioned and refers to the assassination of François-Ferdinand, event release of the First World War.
Discover Croatia, surrounded by Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro, this country independent since 1991 used the stamps of Hungary until 1918 before joining the other Slavic provinces of monarchy like in Serbia, in order to form the Kingdom of Serb, Croatian and Slovenien (future Yugoslavia). Between 1941 and 1945 Croatia was for the first time independent before the rebuilding of Yugoslavia. Thanks to this collection, you will travel through the Croatian philately of 1941 at our days.
Block stamps Croatia N° 6 imperf nine **
Stamps Spain complete year 1943 Mint NH
Stamps Spain complete year 1945 Mint NH
Stamps Spain complete year 1946 Mint NH
Stamps Spain complete year 1949 Mint NH
Stamps Spain complete year 1950 Mint NH