Danmark, 1851, 2a
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 6, Plate I position 30, mute cancellation. Good to large even margins, a nice example. Certificate Kaiser.
DKK 10.420,00
Danmark, 1851, 2ax
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 2, DISJOINTED FOOT (SPIDS FODSTREG), Plate II position 60, clear and sharp mute cancellation, clearly visible disjointed foot free of the postmark. Large even margins and a fresh example, although with a paper fold upper right corner just touching the edge of the stamp picture., not visible from the front of the stamp. Certificate Grønlund, Nielsen and Kaiser.
DKK 5.580,00
Danmark, 1851, 2ax
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 4, Plate II position 12, mute cancellation. Large to big margins, an outstanding stamp. Certificate Kaiser.
DKK 11.910,00
Danmark, 1852, 2b
2 Rigsbankskilling Thiele printing, Type 1, Plate II position 3 used on a very fine letter sent Etatsraad, Theaterdirekteur Heiberg, Overgade oven Vandet 176, Christianshavn, within the ramparts of Copenhagen City. Small fine cover with the Thiele printing with good to fine margins, cancelled with numeral ‘1' cancellation and clear bluish green footpost mark ‘F: 9 14/7 5- P:’. Certificate Møller.
DKK 11.160,00
Danmark, 1870, 16,17,18,20
Value letter front with four colour franking of 3 sk., 2 sk., 4 sk. and 16 sk. bicoloured skilling issue cancelled with numeral ’49’ LØGSTØR to Copenhagen and datestamp LØGSTØR 17/1 Antiqua VI, purple value registration label ‘Fra Løgstør 4’ and boxed ‘TALT’ and blue ’11’ crayon. 16 sk. with small tear in North margin, ex. Christian Andersen. Certificate Debo and Møller.
DKK 8.930,00
Danmark, 1873, 17y
3 sk. bicoloured IV. printing INVERTED FRAME position A-77. Cancelled with Duplex 34. A fine and well centred copy with good perforation. Certificate Nielsen.
DKK 13.390,00
Danmark, 1864, 15A,16a
Value letter on front 439 Rdr. 1 M and 14 skilling sent from Copenhagen 1864-1870 to Lemvig. Franked with two 16 sk. Crown-Scepter-Sword IV printing line perforation 12½ and 2 sk. bicoloured I printing, cancelled with numeral duplex ’34’, a purple value registration label affixed ‘Fra Kbh. Jernb. 685’ and boxed ‘TALT. AFA 15A rare on cover, here with two copies. Certificate Møller.
DKK 14.880,00
Danmark, 1864, 13a
Local letter in Aarhus to Ning Herredscontoir in Aarhus 3/1 (1864 ?) franked with 4 sk. carmine Crown-Scepter-Sword I printing and cancelled with numeral ’5’ AARHUS and datestamp ‘AARHUS 3/1 8-11Fo’.
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1860
Royal Service letter sent from Aarhus 3 June 1860 to Skanderborg. Stamped on reception in Skanderborg with the scarcely found segment mark “SKANDERBORG” and noted in pencel ‘3/6 1860.'
DKK 3.720,00
Danmark, 1851, 2a
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 6, Plate II position 80 used on a very fine letter sent to Bredgade, Pastor Bóies Gaard, 2den sal, within the ramparts of Copenhagen City. The same stamp position in the other plate I is one of the four large retouches. A very beautiful letter, the Ferslew printing with fine to large margins, cancelled with mute cancellation and clear bluish green footpost mark ‘F: 11 21/9 51 P:’. Certificate Kaiser, Nielsen.
DKK 22.320,00
Danmark, 1851, 2a
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 7, Plate II position 89, numeral ‘1’ COPENHAGEN cancellation. Good to large margins, an outstanding stamp with a beautiful corner cancellation with most of the stamp design visible. Certificate Nielsen.
DKK 10.420,00
Danmark, 1852, 2b
2 Rigsbankskilling Thiele printing, Type 9, Plate II position 41, cancelled with numeral ‘1’ COPENHAGEN. Large to huge margins. Certificate Kaiser.
DKK 4.840,00
Danmark, 1852, 2b
2 Rigsbankskilling Thiele printing, Type 10, Plate II position 50 (one of the twelve LARGE PLATE FLAWS listed in Steen Christensen book, and the characteristics of this position only appear in the Thiele printing, not in Ferslew) used on a very fine letter sent to ‘Direktionen for Den Kgl. Sjællandske Jernbane, København' within the ramparts of Copenhagen City. The stamp has fine even margins, cancelled with numeral ‘1' cancellation and clear bluish green footpost mark ‘F: 8 6/2 55 P:’. Certificate Møller, Grønlund.
DKK 16.370,00
Danmark, 1851, 2a
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 1, Plate I position 9 used on a very fine letter sent to Teglgaardstræde no. 188, within the ramparts of Copenhagen City. A fine example on cover of the Ferslew printing with fine to large margins, cancelled with mute cancellation and clear bluish green footpost mark ‘F: 8½ 10/9 52 P:’. Certificate Nielsen.
DKK 20.090,00
Danmark, 1851, 2a
2 Rigsbankskilling Ferslew printing, Type 6, Plate II position 72, lightly cancelled with mute cancellation. Fine to large margins and a fresh and very fine example. Certificate Nielsen.
DKK 11.910,00
Danmark, 1922
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.
DKK 4.090,00
Grønland, 1941
Letter from Ivigtut 8 October 1941 to New South Wales, Australia. Two 15 øre King Christian X tied by IVIGTUT 8.10.1941, Australian resealing tape Opened by Censor 2 and boxed censor stamp 2 / PASSED BY CENSOR 1193. Sent by a Mr. Zielke from San Francisco. Mail from Greenland via US was not censored at this time prior to Pearl Harbor attack December 1941.
DKK 11.910,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1917
Postcard from Frederiksport at Frederiksted, St. Croix March 31st, 1917 with a scenery from Last Honors to Old Dannebrog, Fredericksport, St. Croix. March 31st, 1917. A Ovesen, Photo, St. Croix.
DKK 740,00
Grønland, 1940
Letter from Godthaab 8 August 1940 to San Francisco, USA. King Christian X 5 øre, 10 øre and 15 øre tied by CDS GODTHAAB –8-8-1940 and on arrival in US, a straight line cancel ”PAQUEBOT struck on front. 30 øre was the rate to US and Canada during WWII, from July 1940 until May 1945 for letters under 20 gram.
DKK 2.600,00
Færøerne, 1941, 246, 2A,6A
Airmail letter from Thorshavn 2 May 1941 to Copenhagen, Denmark bearing 190 øre stamps in postage, three 20/1 øre and two 60 øre provisional issue 1941 and two 5 øre wavy-line issue, tied by cds “THORSHAVN 2.5.41 17-19” with receving mark “VANLØSE 21.7.41 12,00” struck on front. 20 øre letter rate plus 2x 85 øre airmail surcharge making 190 øre correct franking. British resealing tape “P.C. 90 / OPENED BY / EXAMINER 4461” and German “Geöffnet b” resealing tape and censormark in red. Envelope slightly cut at top.
DKK 4.460,00
Island, 1901
3 aur (1901) Aur-value, black print, imperforate. Facit 21v2. Rare.
DKK 4.460,00