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   = Understood to be a current stamp printer.

 First postage stamp issued: 1859.

A. Barreiro y Ramos S.A., Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1908 for Uruguay.



M. Godel, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1887 for Uruguay.



Impresores Asociados - Fotosistemas S.A., [where?].
First stamp seen: 1997 for Uruguay.

Main printing process(es): Litho

Printers Associates - Fotosistemas S.A. exerts a sharp leadership in the graphical industry in Uruguay. Printed items produced include books, magazines, and study texts, children's books, diaries and best selling novels.

Experts in printing and with a great infrastructure and security in place, they received an award for the best stamp of 1999. Self-adhesive and gummed paper stamps with perforations or die cuts simulating perforations are all achievable at their factory.


Impresores Colombino Hnos. Ltda., Montevideo;
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1945 for Uruguay.



Impresora Uruguaya S.A., Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1959 for Uruguay.



Impresora Uruguaya-Colombino S.A., Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1975 for Uruguay.



Imprimex SA, Montevideo.
First stamp seen: 1997 for Uruguay.
Main printing process(es): Litho, die-cut

Imprimex appear to specialise in self-adhesive labels, magazines, books, seals, boxes and forms in general.


B. L. Mege, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1856 for Uruguay.



Mege y Aubriot, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1882 for Uruguay.




Mege y Willems, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1860 for Uruguay.



Munoz y Cie, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1924 for Uruguay.



National Printing Works, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1912 for Uruguay.



M. Pena, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1881 for Uruguay.



School of Arts and Crafts, Montevideo.  
First stamp(s) traced by compiler: 1904 (Overprints and Stamps) for Uruguay.