The history of P. De Greef goes back more than 130 years in time, until 1890. Paul De Greef was a well-known engraver in the Rue du Midi (Zuidstraat) in Brussels. In the early days the activities were limited to medals and decorations, but over time the range was extended with awards, insignia, nameplates and stamps. A second branch was also opened in Antwerp next to Brussels. In 2016, Peter Jansen took over the shares of Marc Leysen. In April 2021, P. De Greef Medals also took over the activities and customer base of Fibru Europ.
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"Distinctions" in the broad sense of the word are central to us, both on a sportive and professional level. In an artisanal way we make medals and distinctions for companies that want to put their employees or partners in the spotlight.
Moreover, our dedicated team of designers and engravers are not shy from any challenge to design contemporary trophies or awards in the material of your choice.
In addition, we have also focused on the engraving of nameplates for liberal professions (doctors, lawyers, notaries, ...), companies and individuals. We engrave your logo, name and other information in copper, plexi, stainless steel or aluminum nameplates. We engrave smaller nameplates as well.
We also make stamps for both individuals and companies. This ranges from the rubber self-inking office stamps of well-known brands such as Trodat and Reiner, to wax stamps for the official sealing of your letters with lacquer and exclusive embossing stamps that pushes your embossed logo into your paper. Branding stamps and marking punches are also in our range.
We also make promotional items such as pins, cufflinks, displays, tie pins, key rings, ....
Making a medal, designing an award or engraving a nameplate: every project that is presented to us, we work out to perfection. It always takes into account both the image that you have in mind and the budget you want to spend on it.
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P. De Greef anno 2021
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