Danmark, 1895, 35,35x
10 øre small corner figures in pair on 4 øre envelope from Slagelse to Copenhagen December 2, 1895. Small corner figures with cornerfold, but still a fine cover and extremely scarce.
Danmark, 1913, Boom 1.1a
1 Kr. 1913 Booklet with red cover and the stamps without pane numbers. Excellent condition and cover in pristine condition, rare booklet. The first and earliest Danish Stamp Booklet, ink 1913 on the front.
5 øre BREV-KORT sent by EXPRESS service from Skagen to Frederikshavn 30 March 1891, additional franked with 20 øre Coat of Arms perf. 14 tied by CDS “SKAGEN 20/3 2 POST”. 20 øre pays for the express service, outstanding and colour full express letter.
Hershend’s Air Mail from Bangkok 6 May 1926 to Copenhagen, with arrival 5 Junie 1926 affixed with a provisional 2 Satang/14 block of four. Of the two Fokker planes, Herschend’s V2 made an emergency landing at a Burmese ricefield, Botved continued to Tokyo. Herschend’s machine had to wait for repair before returning to Copenhagen. A rare Danish Air Mail, with Herschend’s signature and Copenhagen receiving manuscript.
Die proof in black of King Christian IX 5 øre denomination on cardboard paper in block of four, designed by Hans Tegner. Rare.
10 øre BREVKORT ESSAY in black with 10 øre Frederik VIII issue. UNIQUE. Ringstrøm #29.
Danmark, 1912, 67 var.
"5 Kr. Central Post Office 1912 with watermark crown, Ist. printing. Large plate flaw with "missing cornish" pos. 8. By far the largest plate flaw of the newly discovered errors on the popular 5 kr. Central Post Office stamp. Cancelled in the Faroe Islands with Thorshavn swiss type cds."
Value parcel sent from Esbjerg to Copenhagen 29 August 1918 and franked with 5 kr. Central Post Office 1915-issue and eight 27 øre provisional issue. Charge: parcel up to 1 kg 25 øre plus value fee, first 1000 kr. 15 øre and 129x 5 øre for the next 129.000 kr., total charge 685 øre, overfranked by 31 øre. Vertical fold through two stamps.
Danmark, 1906, 59,50
Registered letter sent from Coopenhagen 5 April 1906 to Haag, Netherlands. 25 øre brown and 50 øre greyish lilac King Christian IX issue tied by CDS Copenhagen. Registration 15 øre, 3rd rate 3x 20 øre per 15 grams = 75 øre correct rate.
Air Mail service erected due to frozen waters. Letter sent from Holte to Struer 10 February 1922 bearing two 20 øre Christian X issue, paying 20 øre letter rate and 20 øre Air Mail charge. The plane flew between Aarhus-Samsø and Kalundborg. The Air Force established a tent camp at Gisseløre near Kalundborg and an “Airport” was made directly on the ice.
Union Postale Universelle, SPECIMEN COLLECTION MAURITANIEN – Denmark, Postage Due stamps, 1 øre, 5 øre, 10 øre, 20 øre and 1 Kr. on cuts.
Danmark, 1885, 32x
5 øre Coat of Arms type with small corner figures with a nicely placed numeral 34. With variety colored line through M in Denmark.
Internee letter sent from POW machinest Wende aboard the Zeppelin L-4 that crashed near the lighthouse at Blåvands Huk NW of Esbjerg on February 17th 1915, same day L-3 crashed on the Island of Fanø. The crew was interned near Odense, and letters from these internees are quite scarce and desired among Zeppelin collectors.
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.
Letter sent to Partivareforretnignen, Nørrebro February 1918, not stamped. The post handed over the letter because of the writing on the envelope “Nu skal de med det samme faa deres vilie og blive vidne til min død”. According to the postal law §5b (Genstande, vid ydre frembyder noget ulovligt, usømmeligt eller fornærmende”, therefore handede over to the criminal police for investigation. Extremely scarce.
10 øre postcard franked with 5 and 20 øre Arms type on EXPRESS service from Roskilde to Berlin 10 June 1899 8-9 Evening, and arrived Berlin next day 1 am. Vertical fold in card.
Parcel card for one parcel 4,9 kg. sent from Copenhagen to Stockholm 10 October 1925, bearing a 2 kr. King Christian X grey. Refused by the addressee and then returned to Denmark, where the sender was charged 2 kr. for the return postage, and applied two 1 kr. blue postage due stamp.
Die proof in black of King Christian IX 5 øre denomination on cardboard paper, designed by Hans Tegner.
Danmark, 1912, 67 var.
"5 Kr. Central Post Office 1912 with watermark crown, Ist. printing. Large plate flaw with "missing cornish" pos. 8 on the left stamp. By far the largest plate flaw of the newly discovered errors on the popular 5 kr. Central Post Office stamp. "
Danmark, 1891, 36+36x
20 øre Coat-of-Arms issue 13. printing 1891 with large + small corner figures. Position A67-68, the small corner figures being pos. 68. Unused.
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.