Letter sent from Myggenæs to Thorshavn, bearing a 15 øre Caravel issue tied by removed star cancel “MYGGENÆS” alongside CDS “THORSHAVN 15.2.38”, DAKA 36.02.
Dansk Vestindien, 1882, 11
Letter sheet from Christiansted 12 February 1882 to London, England. 10¢ bicolored II printing cancelled with 5-ring cancel, cds CHRISTIANSTED 12/2 1882 ANTIII, with London receiving mark struck on front. Routing instruction Per Royal Mail Steamer. Small tear in stamp.
Dansk Vestindien, 1902, 18By, 18Byz
Local letter within St. Thomas 8 March 1902. Pair 2 CENTS 1902 provisional local overprint on 3¢ bicolored IX printing inverted frame, tied by ST: THOMAS 8/3 1902. Stamp at right with overprint error FLAT FOOT ON 2 in 1902. Local rate 2¢, overfranked and by the post only one stamp were cancelled, leaving the left stamp to be re-used for postage. 2¢ domestic letter rate from 1.1.1902 – 14.6.1905. Addressee erased with ink.
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.
Danmark, 1863, 10
16 sk. 1863 rouletted, with full original gum, hinged, fine centering and rouletting.
Grønland, 1922, 4,5,7
Parcel card to C. Simony, Julianehaab. 1 øre II printing on reverse, 2 øre II printing and 10 øre I printing (AFA 4,5,7) tied by “STYRELSEN AF KOLONIERNE I GRØNLAND” cachet GF14.01. 14 øre franking for 7 kilos, 1 øre per 0,50 kg., registration label type B, no. 162 type b. Sent with “Fox” 10 June 1922 from Copenhagen. 1 øre with some short perforations.
Island, 1894, 12
Postal stationery Reykjavik 22 August 1894 to Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. 8 aur stationery card uprated with 3 aur IV printing pale brown orange (AFA 12) tied by “REYKJAVIK 22/8” CDS. 2 aur stamp did not exist and inevitably overpaid by 1 eyr to pay for the 10 aur UPU rate for postal stationery. Three postal stationery recorded to Brazil, one 10 aur stationery card, one 5 aur stationery + 5 aur, and this splendid card and another card to Surinam. No letters sent to South America has been recorded.
Færøerne, 1924, 83, 85
Printed matter to FAROE ISLANDS sent from Reykjavik 31 December 1924, bearing pair of 1 eyr and 4 aur King Christian X 1920-issue. Printed matters sent to Faroe Islands are scarce. Correct 10 aur franking for the printed matter rate.
Official letter sent from Brunsbüttel to Meldorf 2 March 1855, charged 6 sk. by the addressee. “Brunsbüttel” CDS Ant. IIb in blue ink.
Dansk Vestindien, 1913
Envelope from San Pedro, Dominican Republic to St. Thomas in March 1913. 5 Centavos tied by St. Thomas 4-ring cancel without dot and arrival cancel on reverse – ST. THOMAS 29.3.1913 – routing instruction manuscript – Pr. 3/S President. Cancellation on foreign stamps like this is quite unusual.
Entire letter from Horsbüll, South East of Tønder in the Duchy of Schleswig on 22 May 1852 to Thorshavn, Faroe Islands. From Tønder with list no. 5 to Copenhagen, and to Thorshavn a list no. 14 noted in pencil, paid and marked 2 Sch. C marked in red (6 RBS. Few letters from Schleswig this early has been sent to the Faroe Islands.
"Large piece with boxed postmark "SERAMPORE POST OFFICE 18" dated May 6, 1826."
Postcard written onboard the inspection ship „ISLANDS FALK” stationed in the waters of Faroe Islands, dated Thorshavn 21 December 1916. Sent from Thorshavn in marine mail bag addressed to an Officer Vedel, on the cruiser „Heimdal”, care of Købmagergade’s post office. Forwarded to the marine station at Korsør, the homeport of Heimdal.
Letter sent from Schönwalde to Altona 5 November 1859 with rural octagonal mark “L.P. SCHÖNWALDE” through “EUTIN 5 11 1859” and Charge 6 sk. by red crayon. Letter returned and arrived in Eutin 5 November and charged “2” Sch. by the sender.
Dansk Vestindien, 1903, 7Bx
"4c bisected on postcard sent from St. Thomas to Friesac in Germany 27 February 1903. Delivered aboard the HAPAG steamer "Sibina" marked by manuscript. Arrival CDS on front."
Island, 1897, 7B
6-strip 6 aur 1897 cancelled with Reykjavik swiss type cds. Any used multiple of Icelandic stamps are scarce. With some faults.
Field Post letter sent from Kolding to Flensburg 26 May 1864 and postmarked “K.PR.FELDPOST-RELAIS No. 9”. The Prussian troops occupied Jutland in the 1864-war and opened a Field Post office in Kolding where the postmark was used during the occupation. Letters with these postmarks are rarely seen.
Registered letter sent from Reykjavik to Kenzingen in Germany 7 November 1901, bearing a franking of 56 aur, 40 aur second letter rate plus registration fee of 16 aur. Franked with pairs of 5 aur 1896, 4 aur1900, 3 aur 1901 (large 3), 10 aur 1897 and 6 aur 1897. Transit mark Christiania 16 November 1901. Colour full letter and unusual combination with 5 colour franking with all the stamps in pairs !
Thorshavn Meter marks, 5 and 20 øre on philatelic envelopes, all FDC cancels 20th June 1944.
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.
Danmark, 1934, Boom 3.1
2 Kr. 1394 booklet with 5 øre green and 10 øre yellow, Cover A, excellent preserved.