Danmark, 1872, 16, 18
Postal 4 sk. stationery envelope sent from Copenhagen to Brussels 22 June 1872, additional franked with 2 sk. and two 4 sk. bicoloured issues, the 4 sk. originally attached as separated to the envelope. Rare usage to Belgium, besides it's also sent to the legendary Belgian Stamp dealer “J. B. Moens”
10 øre reply-card sent from Nordby Fanø to Chemnitz and returned with Chemnitz CDS 6 August 1895 and Nordy arrival mark on reply card. Rare set.
10 øre green wavy-line BREVKORT with double and double inverted overprint. A most interesting item for the specialist. Ringstrøm 81AyII. SK EB81.
10 øre King Christian X postcard (Skilling EB39) sent from Copenhagen 12 December 1916 to London. Due to the WWI, the British stamped the following on the front “PART OF A MAIL CAPTURED / BY GERMANS AND DELAYED”. Rare in this condition.
Postcard sent from Taulov ca. 1904 to Skanderborg, franked with 5 øre/4 øre provisional stationery envelope cut-out tied by TAULOV star-cancel.
10 øre provisional KORRESPONDANCE-KORT on 8 øre card. Shifted overprint. Ringstrøm # 15, SK KK12a.
2 sk. stationery wrapper used from Copenhagen to Slagelse May 24, 1872-74. Rare.
5 øre Coat of Arms post card sent from Copenhagen to Malmö, stamped with Swedish “FRÅN DANMARK” in blue ink and Malmö receiving mark on front. Colourful item.
Danmark, 1925, Skilling 1
Expres Post Lykönskning 40 øre envelope issued for ”Kunstforlaget” paying the express fee of 40 øre. Additional franking for the postage to be added on the letter. Rare.
7 øre BREVKORT with partly missing overprint, printing 112. Ringstrøm 85 I. SK EB85.
20 øre Chr. X Correspondence card additionally franked with 5 øre BERLINGSKE TIDENDE advertising stamp and sent for SUNDAY delivery. Letter rate 15 øre plus 10 øre for delivery on Sunday's, but taxed 20 øre by the addressee. Scarce combination.
10 øre King Christian X postcard (Skilling EB48 – Fabr. 56-H) sent from Copenhagen 7 DECEMBER 1921 to Balle. Cancelled with Copenhagen cancellation machine Sylby & Pondorf, First Day of use with blue ink on 7. December 1921, the ink from a German supplier according to Flemming Hansen’s book on page 67.