Insufficiently franked 10 øre Postcard sent from Trondhjem via Leith to Reykjavik. Charged 20 øre due, for which amount a Two Kings 20 aur (1907) stamp were affixed in Reykjavik and tied by “Reykjavik 11.11.09” CDS. Iceland did not have any postage due stamps and instead ordinary stamps were used instead, and these usages are quite scarce.
Printed matter sent from Blönduós to Copenhagen 22 June 1916 bearing a 5 aur Two King’s issue tied by Blönduós CDS. Taxed 2 aur in blue chalk with circular “T” alongside boxed shipmark “Skjibsbref”. Unknown for what reason the letter has been taxed, as 5 aur was the correct rate at this time.
Registered letter sent from Reykjavik to Christiania, Norway April 1918, bearing nine 4 aur Two-Kings issue, paying 16 aur registration fee and 20 aur foreign rate. Letter opened by British censor and closed with censor resealing tape #5126.
Insufficiently paid 5 aur Two Kings stationery sent from Reykjavik to Hamburg 14 December 1908. UPU rate 10 aur, 5 aur under franked, 10 aur due. German 1-ring “T” and 1-line “PORTO” and Hamburg CDS arrival mark on front, manuscript “12 1/2 cts”.
Postcard sent from Reykjavik to Nakskov 20 November 1910 bearing two 4 aur Two Kings issue tied by Reykjavik CDS. With manuscript “S/S CERES” and carried by the ship to Copenhagen.
50 aur air mail Two Kings issue with airmail surcharge, left stamp with King Chr. IX hair RETOUCHED, extremely rare variety, hinged.
50 aur air mail Two Kings issue with airmail surcharge, on registered air mail letter, with variety “Tail of plane broken” and colour dot in L in ISLAND.