• ARGENTINA 1979 Ships Exhibition set, Scott B80/83, NHM SHEETLETS of 4 (4)


  • ARGENTINA 1890s – 1990 mint and used accumulation in large stockbook. Includes 1880s Portraits, Rivadavia values, San Martin values to 1p, Officials, miniature sheets, a few postcards, and a good range of post 1960 sets. A good sort would release the potential. (Approx 3400 stamps)


  • ARGENTINA 1891 MUESTRA (SPECIMEN) OVERPRINTS 20p green Admiral Brown, BLOCK OF 4 overprinted “MUESTRA” in black, as Scott 88, couple of light tone spots on perfs, fine mint, a few lightly tone perfs.  Cat $2000 (£1,500) as normal stamps.


  • ARGENTINA 1910 Centenary IMPERF COLOUR TRIAL PROOFS on ungummed paper (14)


  • ARGENTINA 1891 20p green, Admiral Brown, “MUESTRA” (Specimen) overprint in black, as Scott 88 (SG 141), never hinged mint.


  • ARGENTINA 1891 20p Ad. Brown, MUESTRA ovpt, as Sc 88, NHM c.$500 as normal


We sell Argentina stamps, collections, complete sets, errors and varieties

Argentina Stamps – The history of Argentina stamps dates back to the mid-19th century when the country began issuing its own postage stamps. At that time, Argentina was still a relatively new nation, having gained independence from Spain in 1816. The first stamps were issued in 1858 and featured the image of Argentinean statesman and military leader Juan Manuel de Rosas.

Over the years, Argentina has issued a wide variety of stamps, many of which reflect the country’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. Some of the most famous Argentinean stamps include the “San Martin” stamps, which were issued in 1909 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the birth of national hero Jose de San Martin. These stamps featured his portrait and the Argentinean coat of arms.

In addition to commemorative stamps, Argentina has also issued many definitive stamps over the years. These stamps feature a variety of designs and images, including landscapes, wildlife, historical figures, and cultural icons.

Argentina has also been known for its innovative stamp designs. In 1978, the country issued the world’s first holographic stamp, which featured a three-dimensional image of a soccer ball. The stamp was issued in conjunction with the 1978 FIFA World Cup, which was held in Argentina.

Today, Argentina remains an active issuer of postage stamps. The country issues new stamps on a regular basis, with designs that reflect its rich cultural heritage and diverse natural environment. Argentinean stamps are highly prized by collectors around the world, and they remain an important part of the country’s history and culture.

Philatelic postscript

Argentina began the use of stamps in 1858 with the crudely printed Confederation issues.

Argentina Stamps