A. Karamitsos International Auctions

Country:

Greece

Location:

Thessaloniki

Address:

34 Tsimiski str. - 54623 Thessaloniki

Categories:

Coins, Philately

A. Karamitsos International Auctions

Mr. A. Karamitsos has been in the stamp trade for more than thirty five (35) years and is a famous name in philately. 

For all these years they have been at the forefront of the captivating hobby that is philately, supplying the collectors world wide with the philatelic products and services they need. They have held hundreds of successful public auctions and been privileged to handle many famous collections. 

Ended Auctions

Year 2018

Date Auction Type Info Participate
02 06 Public & LIVE Bid Auction 617 Online auction - Room auction
31 03 Public & LIVE Bid Auction 610 Online auction - Room auction
03 02 Public & LIVE Bid Auction 606 Online auction - Room auction

Year 2017

Date Auction Type Info Participate
09 12 Public & Live Auction 601 Online auction - Room auction
09 09 Auction 593 Online auction - Room auction
03 06 Public & LIVE Bid Auction 588 Online auction - Room auction
01 04 Public & LIVE Bid Auction 583 Online auction - Room auction

Year 2013

Date Auction Type Info Participate
14 09 Public Auction 465
06 07 Public Auction 461
08 06 Auction 459
18 05 Auction 457
06 04 Auctions 454

Year 2012

Date Auction Type Info Participate
06 10 Auction 438


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