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Argyll Etkin buy and sell Stamps, Postal History and royalty memorabilia in the heart of London's West End.

Established in 1958, we hold regular Auctions of classic stamps and postal history.

One leading authority comments 'With the possible exception of Sotheby's, Argyll Etkin has the best reach of any London Auction House'.

Our experts are available to view material in our showroom for Auction or direct purchase, without obligation.

Argyll Etkin's remarkable worldwide stock of classic stamps and postal history is available for viewing in our offices, through our webstore shop, eBay and Delcampe Stores.

For example we deal in Antarctic, Africa, Archive material, British Empire, Churchill, Crash and wreck, Die proofs and specimens.

Call us now on +44 (0) 207 930 6100.



Come and meet us at:

Westpex San Francisco - 24th/26th April

London Europhilex - 13th-16th May

York - 17th/18th July

Singapore - 14th/19th August

We look forward to seeing you.





Recent Auction: 6th March 2015 at 10.30 a.m.
The Regus Conference Centre, No. 1 Northumberland Avenue, London W.C.2

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Worldwide Stamps and Postal History. Sold at the October 2014 Auction

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(All prices excluding buyers premium of 17%)

 

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Great offers on many items!

 

Argyll Etkin

New Webstore.

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Argyll Etkin buy and sell Stamps, Postal History and Royalty Memorabilia in the Heart of London's West End

History, Romance, Development of Society, Business, Diplomacy, Trade, Government, Royalty and Noble Families, Travel, Exploration, Art, Politics, Literature, Discovery... all relate to the business of Argyll Etkin which provides enquiring people with the opportunity to buy stamps, postal history and royalty collectibles- items which are often unique.