Danmark, 1873, 19
16 sk. rate to France from Copenhagen franked with two single 8 sk. bicoloured tied by duplex numeral 181 alongside French transit and circled PD in red. The right 8 sk. with short corner perf. A most attractive illustrated reverse from Hotel Gustaf Adolf.
Dansk Vestindien, 1903, 16
Provisional postcard 1/3 c. 1902 with additional franking 1 cent Arms type tied by St. Thomas cds June 10, 1903 to Costa Rica to make up the 2 cents rate for UPU postcards. Transit via Colon, Panama and readdressed in Costa Rica. A very unusual destionation.
Dansk Vestindien, 1893, 11
"Letter franked with 10 cents bicoloured VI printing from Christianssted to Copenhagen December 12, 1895 tied by mute four-ring cancellation and to make up the 10 cents UPU rate. On reverse Christianssted "C" and St. Thomas transit. Arrival mark on reverse."
Dansk Vestindien, 1878, 12a
Letter from St. Thomas to Maine, USA July 31, 1878 with singlefranking 12 cents bicoloured II. printing tied by four-ring canceller alongside St. Thomas cds. Some repair to the envelope should not detract this fine item. Ex. Weiergang.
K. Pr. Feldpost letter sent from Schleswig to Hannover 27 February 18(64-66) stamped with Prussian two-ring “K.PR. FELDPOST-RELAIS No. 10” on front without contents.
7 øre BREVKORT with partly missing overprint, printing 112. Ringstrøm 85 I. SK EB85.
Post card sent from Løve (Høng) to Dianalund 23 December 1936 bearing a 10 øre definitive stamp and a 1936 Christmas seal, tying the Christmas seal with a posthorn mark “LØVE (HØNG)”
Dansk Vestindien, 1906, 28
Letter from Christiansted to Copenhagen August 15, 1906 franked with 20 and 25 BIT King Christian IX tied by Christiansted cds. 5 BIT overfranked to make up the 40 BIT rate to UPU countries.
Dansk Vestindien, 1912
Letter from New York to Frederiksted September 23, 1912 franked with US 2 cents. Underfranked and taxed 30 centimes equals 30 BIT on arrival in DWI. 30 BIT postage due stamp on reverse. Rare.
Dansk Vestindien, 1897
3 cents stationery double wm III envelope with postage due 35 centimes from Christiansted to Otterup and red cryon 56 (øre) to be claimed by addressee. A very fine postage due item.
Dansk Vestindien, 1873, 4
4 cents 1873 block of four position 4-5, 14-15. One stamp mint never hinged.
Telegram received 25 July 1956 and posted Julianehåb 1 August 1959 bearing a 30 øre King Frederik VIII tied by “Julianehåb” CDS, telephoned twice the 25th and 31st of July. Scarce usage.
2 øre provisional issue in form of a bisected 4 øre wavy-line 1913-issue watermark Cross additionally franked with 5 øre King Christian X, paying the 7 øre local rate introduced from 1st of January 1919.
Danmark, 1931, Boom 2.18
2 kr. Advertsing booklet, Rundskuedagen 1931 - Excellent quality.
Danmark, 1871, 11A,15A,18
Parcel Value letter sent from Kolding to Christiansfelt May 17, 1871. The parcel is weighing 26 kvint or 130 gram and franked with 23 sk. consisting of 3 and 16 sk. line perforated 12 1/2 1864 Arms-issue and a 4 sk. 1870 bicoloured. Letters with 16 sk. line perforated 12 1/2 is extremely rare and the condition of this letter is remarkably good, Weigt and Value calculated after border rate, rate break down will be provided. Extremely scarce.
Price on request
Danmark, 1870, 12A
Corner margin block 3 sk. 1870 line-perforation 12 1/2 with three stamps mint never hinged and in very fresh condition. AFA value DKK 27,500
Danmark, 1870, 11A,11Aw
Sheet margin block 2 sk. 1870 line-perforation 12 1/2 with three stamps mint never hinged and in very fresh condition. Lower left stamp, ** MNH, with dent in frame and the stamp illustrated in the Hafnia 1976 s/s, one of the most popular danish errors. AFA value DKK 17600 stamps only +++
Dansk Vestindien, 1907
Complete set of King Frederik VIII issue overprinted ULTRAMAR in black, being the UPU supplies distributed by the Portugeese Post to their colonies. Extremely rare set.
Royal Service letter sent from Holbek to Copenhagen 23 February 1853 stamped with curved 1-line mark “HOLBEK 18” and ink date “23/2 - 53”. Postmark only used 20 days in February-March 1853. Rare item.
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.
Letter sent from Arnis to Veile 13 August 1864 bearing a 1 1/4 Sch. “HERZOTH. SCHLESWIG” green (Mi. 4) and tied by “ARNIS” Prussian two-ring mark. During the “Overenskomstløse periode” the postage from Schleswig to Denmark appear to remain unchanged contrary to mail to/from Holstein and Lauenburg. Rare postal document.