Danmark, 1904
Die proof in black of King Christian IX 5 øre denomination on cardboard paper in block of four, designed by Hans Tegner. Rare.
DKK 7.440,00
Danmark, 1894
10 øre postcard sent from Copenhagen to Christiansted at St. Croix 13 February 1894 bearing an additional 5 øre stamp paying the 15 øre UPU overseas rate with arrival mark St. Thomas CDS on the front. Rare rate to Danish West Indies in excellent quality.
DKK 3.720,00
Danmark, 1934, Boom 3.1
2 Kr. 1394 booklet with 5 øre green and 10 øre yellow, Cover A, excellent preserved.
DKK 4.460,00
Danmark, 1934, Boom 3.2
2 Kr. 1394 booklet with 5 øre green and 10 øre yellow, Cover B with coupon. Two stamps missing.
DKK 740,00
Danmark, 1863, 10
16 sk. 1863 rouletted, with full original gum, hinged, fine centering and rouletting.
DKK 10.420,00
Danmark, 1916, 71
Letter sent from Copenhagen 12. December 1916 to Manchester, England. Bearing a 20 øre King Christian X adhesive tied by Copenhagen K machine cancel. Due to the WWI, the British stamped the following on the front “Part of a Mail / captured by the / Germans and delayed” in black. With German (Berlin) resealing tape.
DKK 1.790,00
Danmark, 1852
Letter from Nysted 27 May 1853 to Nykjøbing paa Falster. Postage paid with 4 RBS Thiele I, plate I-32, tied by mute cancel and datestamped ANTIIb – NYSTED 27/5 1853 -. Due to the nature of the addressees text on the envelope, the stamp affixed contrary to regulations away from top right corner. Against postal instructions, a penalty of 6 RBS was not charged. A most unusual latter.
DKK 5.580,00
Danmark, 1871
2 - 4 - 16 Sk. Official Issue, mint hinged. Very fresh set.
DKK 2.980,00
Danmark, 1866
Letter from Helsingborg to Copenhagen via Helsingør 20 April 1866. On arrival in Helsingør the letter was stamped with the scarce boxed mark “Fra Sverrig” and Helsingør CDS on reverse 21.4.1866 and Copenhagen CDS same day. The postmark was ordered by the Helsingør Postoffice 3 June 1865 and apparently in use from 1 August 1865. Also the rate of 8 sk. charged was the special Øresund border rate.
DKK 8.930,00
Danmark, 1940
"Complete used set of Freikorps Dänemark on piece tied by mauve "Diensstelle Feldpostnummer 25362C - Briefstempel”. Rare set in excellent quality."
DKK 13.390,00
Danmark, 1927, Boom 2.1
1 Kr. Advertising Booklet, Danske Hafnia & Danske Phønix. Well preserved.
DKK 5.020,00
Danmark, 1859
Royal Service letter with wax seal GREVE PASTORAT to Copenhagen 1 December 1859?, with blue crayon 6 sk. due by addressee and manuscript town name TAASTRUP top right corner.
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1847
Passenger-Ticket with the daily mail-coach from Kjøge to Taastrup, dated Wednesday 20 October 1847.
DKK 3.720,00
Danmark, 1927, PF 5, 11
Freight Bill for a load of stones weighing 60 kgs bearing a 10 øre wavy-line and 30 øre Caravel POSTFÆRGE overprints, tied by two-ring mark “AGGERSUND FÆRGERI”. Sent from Aggersund to Løgstør.
DKK 3.350,00
Danmark, 1947
Letter from a refugee in the camp of Aalborg Water airfield, barach 375 to Stockholm on 19. April 1947. Receiver there is unknown, thus returned to Aalborg. Two Aalborg camp marks on reverse. Interesting and appealing cover.
DKK 930,00
Danmark, 1880
4 øre Correspondence-Card with additional 4 øre bicolored, with one of the stamps stamped by 3-line “P. F. Hald, Algade 13, AALBORG”, an early example of perfin !
DKK 740,00
Danmark, 1870
Letter sent from Haslev to Copenhagen 3. November 1870 bearing a 4 sk. Arms type 1864-isssue tied by CDS Lap VIa-1 “HASLEV 3.11.1870” in black ink. Only recorded LAP VIa-1 Haslev on letter.
DKK 8.930,00
Danmark, 1852, DAKA 1
Letter sheet sent from Copenhagen 28 May 1852 to Berlin. Prepaid “26” sk. marked upper right corner, convention transit mark “Aus Daenemarck d. Mecklenburg” in black struck on front and on reverse transit marks “OSTBAHN 29.5 – III T.”, two-ring “BERLIN-HAMBURG 29 5” and boxed “BROMBERG / BAHNHOF / 30 5”.
DKK 4.460,00
Danmark, 1852
Local letter from Fyns Stiftamtsstue dated 10 July 1852 to Odense. Postage paid with 4 RBS Thiele I (envelope folded through stamp), tied and cancelled with what I believe what has happened, is that the clerk has taken the cover, flipped it over and then pressed the corner with the stamp onto the ink pad. I have never seen similar way of cancelling in the past. A most unusual method of cancellation.
DKK 11.160,00
Danmark, 1863, 9
4 sk. 1863 rouletted, strip of 4 and 3 tied on piece, beautifully cancelled with purple ink crosses.
DKK 5.950,00
Danmark, 1890, 25
Advertising envelope “Allgemeine Zeitung” sent from Copenhagen to Veile, bearing an 8 øre bicolored perf. 14 x 13 ½. A rare and unusual advertising envelope with a page from a newspaper printed.
DKK 1.860,00