Schleswig-Holstein, 1749
Express letter sent from Flensburg 1 October 1749 to Husum with full contents.
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1854
Letter sent from Nakskov to Saxkiøbing 2 April 1854 bearing a 4 RBS Thiele II blackish brown plate II, tied by manuscript cancellation in red chalk. Only recorded with red chalk. Exhibtion item.
DKK 14.880,00
Danmark, 1863, 3,9,10
22 sk. rate cover from Copenhagen via Hamburg to Grafenberg in Austrian Schlesia Dec. 20, 1863-64 franked with 16 skilling rouletted, 2 skilling 1855 and 4 sk. rouletted tied by duplex numeral 181. Rectangular Aus Dänemark alongside. Red crayon 3 Sgr. for the rate share to the union. Very fresh shade of the 16 sk. stamp, cover folded, but fine and neat appearance.
Price on request
Danmark, 1903
3 øre Postcard with additional franking of two 1 øre and 5 øre Coat of Arms issue sent from Copenhagen to Sao Paulo Brazil 20 June 1903. Scarce destination.
DKK 2.230,00
Island, 1907
Postcard sent from Seydisfjördur to Copenhagen 20 June 1907 bearing two 4 øre King Christian IX tied by CDS “Seydisfjördur” with Copenhagen arrival mark on front 29.6.1907. Carried aboard s.s. “Vesta”.
DKK 1.190,00
Danmark, 1852
Unpaid letter from Aalborg via Helsingør 3 April 1851 to Stockholm, with K.D.P.A. AALBORG 3/4 ANTIa-U, blue ink not recorded by Vagn Jensen after 1 april 1851, presumably blue ink used since blue ink pad's were supplied for the cancellation of the 4 RBS adhesive, blue ink only in use until 7 April 1851. Transitmark HELSINGØR 5/4 1851. Charged 36S Skilling Swedish.
DKK 2.600,00
Danmark, 1863
Royal Service letter from Copenhagen 25 September 1863 to Bordeaux, France. Sent from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Consular of Denmark, E. Kirstein in Bordeaux. Via TT Hamburg and charged – 6 taxe chiffre – décimes by the addressee.
DKK 2.230,00
Danmark, 1864
Unpaid letter sheet from Copenhagen 16 July 1864 via Lübeck to Cologne, Germany. Posmarked – KIØBENHAVN O.P.E. 16/7 1864 – blue ink struck on front, transit mark – LüBECK 17/7 S.P.A. – and receiving mark COELN 18/7 on reverse. Routing instruction – p. Ellida via Lübeck – a ship owned by Hallandske Steamship Company sailing on Lübeck, Circ. 12/1864, announcing 6 weekly sailings, from 25 May Circ 14/1864 daily sailings to Lübeck.
DKK 1.860,00
Danmark, 1864
Soldiers letter sent from Sønderborg on Als to Korsør 21. March 1864, bearing a 4 sk. rouletted 1863, tied by Field Post numeral “221” alongside CDS “FELTPOST NO. 1 P1 21/3”.
DKK 2.230,00
Danmark, 1905, 30C
Part of large printed matter sent from Copenhagen to Nürnberg 9 January 1905, bearing a 50 øre bicolored WM. III paying for the 10th weight rate, 5 øre per 50 grams.
DKK 2.980,00
Færøerne, 1924
Postcard sent from Faroe Islands via Edinburgh to Copenhagen, bearing a 15 øre lilac 1924 Danish Postal 400th Anniversary, tied by two-ring “EDINBURGH 11 - 20 DE 24” alongside italic “PAQUEBOT”. With Danish Christmas seal, here used on the Faroe Islands. 15 øre domestic rate from 1.7.1920-1.4.1926, despite it was sent as ship mail via England.
DKK 4.090,00
Island, 1891
10 aur double Postal card “BREJFSPJALD” with unsevered reply card Schilling #3, sent from Seydisfjördur 12 July 1891 to Otterup, and from there returned to Seydisfjördur 24 July. Rare with unsevered reply card.
DKK 7.440,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1903
2 Cents single postal card sent from St. Thomas to Newport, USA 18 March 1903, stamped with two-line “PAQUEBOT - (N.Y. 2D DIV.”), scarce in this quality. 2 cents is the rate after 1 January 1902 for foreign postcards.
DKK 2.600,00
Færøerne, 1945
"A.R. Registered air mail letter sent from Fresno CA to Thorshavn 3 April 1942, stamped “Return Receipt Requested” and censortape "P.C. 90 - Examiner 7318", "51-851-W.H.H. Ltd."
DKK 630,00
Danmark, 1882
Parcel letter weighing 9 20 quint sent from Copenhagen to Hamburg 7 June 1882, bearing two 3 øre, 16 øre and 50 øre bicolored tied by 2-ring without number. Colorfull letter.
DKK 5.580,00
Danmark, 1820
"Footpost letter sent within Copenhagen on 9 August 1820. A new type IV footpost cancellation was put into use in 1820 which had two large capital letters "F.P." within a circular ring. This cancellation stamp relieved both types II and III as the procedure of stamping unpaid letters with a red cancellation was stopped. Because of this, letters in 1820 often had a manuscript "frit" or "betalt" - meaning paid. The footpost office also had a framed "BETALT" in Gothic letters. Only recorded "BETALT" footpost cancellation"
Price on request
Dansk Vestindien, 1893
2¢ single postal card uprated with 1¢ bicolored VII printing, sent from St. Thomas 18. January 1893 via Le Havre to Hamburg. Cancelled “ST. THOMAS 18.1.1893”, “LE HAVRE / SEINE INF. / 1 FEVR 93” and receiving mark “HAMBURG 6 / 2/2 93” struck on front. 2¢ Engström type PC4A2, frame type 3F. [4,5-4,2], MS: frame line thick at two places. Imprint type 2: NW 2nd and 3rd petal joined. SE corner petal hooked. “PAQUEBOT” straight line mark struck most likely in Le Havre and also an unsual and an unusual “ST. THOMAS” mark, that I do not know the origin off.
DKK 7.440,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1902, 20
2 Cents 1902 provisional issue Copenhagen surcharge, normal frame pos. 50, isolated frame, in used condition. Light corner cancellation, cert. Nielsen.
DKK 5.580,00
Danmark, 1871
Essay of 2 sk. essay in purple color with crosses in the frame. Size 118 x 86 mm. BREV-KORT 42 mm wide, paper somewhat discolored and small imperfections on front.
DKK 1.860,00
Danmark, 1892, 25
Parcel 55 Kv. “Adressebrev” envelope with C.O.D. of 30 kr. 68 øre sent from Roskilde 14 September 1892 to Copenhagen, bearing two 8 øre bicolored tied by swiss-type Roskilde CDS, right 8 øre stamp with round NE corner. “Frmk 24 Øre paa Forsendelse”, 24 øre of stamps affixed on parcel. Rare.
DKK 2.600,00
Danmark, 1895
10 øre Coat-of-Arms large corner figures, Reply side used back from Gibraltar 1 April 1895 to Copenhagen, cancelled with Duplex A26 and Copenhagen receiving mark on front. Extremely rare when sent from Gibraltar.
DKK 3.720,00