Tofarvet Øre 1875

Danmark, 1875, 25, 29
33 øre letter franked with 8 and 25 øre bicolored sent from Copenhagen to Bordeaux 18 September 1875. Before the currency reform 1 Jan 1875, the rate to France was 16 sk., and in the Kr/Øre system became 33 øre lasting only until 31 December 1875. Excellent quality.
DKK 5.580,00
Danmark, 1900, 25By
Ordinary envelope intended for use as parcel letter, sent from Næstved 3 April 1900 to Skive.
DKK 740,00
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
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, 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, 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
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
Danmark, 1875
"25 øre bicolored I. printing, isolated inverted frame pos. A77 with good centring and light numeral "17" Fredericia."
DKK 2.980,00
Danmark, 1879, 24
Printed Matter sent from Copenhagen to Aalesund, Norway 29 July 1879 franked with 5 øre bicolored, I Printing. SUPERB in every respect, likely the finest 5 øre bicolored issue on cover in existence.
DKK 22.320,00
Danmark, 1875, 25
Duplex numeral “259” Korinth JB. P. stamped on a 8 øre bicolored. This numeral is one of the absolutely scarcest Danish numerals and much sought after.
DKK 5.580,00
Danmark, 1906, 31C
100 øre Bicolored, XI. printing 1905, SUPERB in all respects.
DKK 5.950,00
Danmark, 1875, 27y
16 øre bicoloured III printing with thick normal frame pos. 56. Fine hinged copy.
DKK 3.720,00
Danmark, 1905, 50
50 øre King Christian IX colorproof in copper red with large margin piece. Only few known to exists.
DKK 7.440,00
Danmark, 1875
Letter sent from Faaborg to Aabenraa in Sonderjytland 21 January (1875) bearing a 4 sk. and 4 øre bicoloured, mixed franking skilling/øre. Although stamps are defect, rare in combinations on letter. 4 sk. equals 8 øre, plus 4 øre, 12 øre correct rate to the then German Sonderjytland.
DKK 1.860,00
Danmark, 1904, 29C
"25 øre bicolored XI. printing watermark III, with superb strike "GLUMSØ 17.4.04" - An absolute outstanding item."
DKK 5.950,00
Danmark, 1881, 28
Money order with 15 kr. sent from Copenhagen 12 November 1881 to Reykjavik, bearing a 20 øre bicolored VI printing tied by 2-ring Copenhagen Parcel Post cancel, on complete Postanvisning form.
DKK 2.230,00