Danmark, 1926, PF 9
Freight Bill bearing a 30 øre King Chr. X POSTFÆRGE overprint, tied by two-ring mark “AGGERSUND FÆRGERI”, good single franking. Dated 11/12 26, parcel with grocery weighing 1 kg sent from Løgstør to Aggersund.
Dansk Vestindien, 1903, 7B
8 cents letter from St. Thomas to Copenhagen August 14, 1903 with French mail service tied by St. Thomas cds. Via Le Havre September 4 cds on front and franked with a pair of 4 cents bicoloured IV printing to make up the 8 cents UPU rate to Denmark 8 cents from 01.01.1902 to 14.07.1905. A very fine letter.
"Internee letter WWII sent from Copenhagen Camp "Den Tyske Skole" with censormark from the camp leader. Scarce item."
Færøerne, 1900, 23B
Letter from Faroe Island to Copenhagen (+/- 1900). Pair 4 øre bicolored perforation 12 3/4 cancelled twice with 1-line mark “Fra Færöerne” in Copenhagen.
Danmark, 1866, 13
2S stationery envelope sent from Copenhagen to Pronsdorf, Segeberg on 26 April (1866 ?) uprated with 4 sk. Crown-Scepter-Sword 1864-issue tied by numeral “1” Copenhagen alongside blue CDS “KJØBENHAVN KB 26/4 11-12”. Rate to Northern Germany at favored 6 sk. rate for first letter rate 1.8.1865.-.31.12.1874. Only three 2 sk. envelopes uprated with 1864-issue recorded to a foreign destination according to Karsten Jensen.
Dansk Vestindien, 1851
Entire dated St. Thomas 18. juni 1851 to Bordeaux. Sent with RMSPC “CLYDE” to Southampton, London 7 July, Calais 8 July. In France charged “8” decimes by addressee. On reverse “forwarded from London by J.D.” and listed in K. Rowe “The Postal history of the Forwarding agents”.
Dansk Vestindien, 1903
Printed matter sent by BOOK POST from Christiansted 23 February 1903, via St. Thomas cds 23/2 1903 on reverse and German receiving mark on reverse 15.3.1905. Postage paid with 4c bicolored bisected tied by 4-ring cancel without dot.
Insured letter with 800 kr. sent from Thorshavn 9 January 1941 to Klaksvig. Provisional issue 50/5 and 20/15 øre tied with THORSHAVN -9.4.1941 16-17, value label “V Thorshavn 370”. Letter sent from Folmer Østergaaard with salary payment to construction workers. 20 øre letter rate plus 50 øre insured fee up to 1000 kr.
Grønland, 1933, 9
Danish parcel card to Mr. T. Wodschouw, Godthaab with three 20 øre (AFA 9) tied by oval GRØNLANDS STYRELSE. Danish ADRESSEKORT type Bet. 4. 10/80, for a parcel of books weighing 2 kg. and label CI 1460 / Grønland, sent with DISCO on 22 May 1933 from Copenhagen to Greenland.
Under franked LOCAL letter with 10 øre wavy-line sent from Copenhagen to Julianehaab 18 March 1940. Endorsed “10” blue crayon and paid in Julianehaab with a 10 øre King Chr. X stamp tied by Julianehaab CDS April 1940. The letter was sent by one of the last ships to Greenland before Denmark was occupied. Rate to Greenland 15 øre, double the missing postage of 5 øre is 10 øre due by the addressee. First issue Greenland rarely used as postage due stamps.
Insured Parcel from suboffice Sand via Thorshavn 21 September 1904 to Copenhagen, Denmark. Insured value 50 kr. for 1 parcel weighing 1 pound, Thorshavn. 99 purple label, two 10 øre red and 5 øre green Coat of Arms issue tied collecting office star-cancel SAND alongside Swiss-type THORSHAVN 21.-9.-1904 with Copenhagen receiving mark 29 September 1904 on reverse.
Envelope sent from Thorshavn 20 January 1919 to Strænder. A provisional 2/5 ØRE adhesive and 5 øre Christian X tied by CDS THORSHAVN 20.1.1919. The overprint appear almost as a triple overprint, where one of the two fingerprints is almost complete with visible and fine characterics of the fingerprint.
Airmail letter from Vaag via Lissabon/New York to 12 March 1941. This letter is mailed prior to the very short period when London allowed mail to Denmark from April 4 to May 29, 1941. Franked with three 50/5 øre provisional 1st printing and 40 øre adhesive. Rate to Denmark 20 øre, 2x 85 øre air mail surcharge per 5 gram = 190 øre. British censor strip “OPENED BY / EXAMINER 4466” and German München censor strip.
Domestic letter free of postage, sent from Umanak to Frederikshaab 16 August 1945. Danmarkimut adhesive affixed on front and back.
Danmark, 1909, P5
Postcard sent from Westbourne 21 September 1909 to the Chief Waiter onboard S.S. St. Jan, at St. Thomas. Underpaid with half penny, charged 10 centimes in blue crayon. Equivalent to 10 BIT due, affixed with pair of 5 BIT EFTERPORTO tied by date stamp ST. THOMAS 11/10 1909.
Letter sent from Sylt August 1931, aboard the flight to US, then posted in Chicago and sent to New York. On front typed “GRÖNLAND WAL D-2053 / LIST a/Sylt-Chicago / 1931” instead of the cachet. This letter has been posted in Reykjavik a paid with a 7 aur Althing issue tied by “REYKJAVIK 10.VIII.31. 18” and US 2¢ paying the postage from Chicago back to Germany. Rare pioneer air mail sent from Iceland. Flown by von Gronau via Greenland Scoresbysund and Godthaab. With pilot Gronau’s signature.
Danmark, 1875, 25
Duplex numeral “259” Korinth JB. P. stamped on a 8 øre bicolored. This numeral is one of the absolutely scarcest Danish numerals and much sought after.
Danmark, 1872, 18
Letter sent from Silkeborg to Copenhagen 27 July 1872 bearing a 4 sk. bicolored issue, tied by the rare “SILKEBORG J.B.” two-ring stamp and alongside, also stamped with numeral 225. 4 sk. with small faults, however very few examples of this rare postmark are known on cover.
Danmark, 1879, 24
Printed Matter sent from Copenhagen to Aalesund, Norway 29 July 1879 franked with 5 øre bicolored, I Printing. SUPERB in every respect, likely the finest 5 øre bicolored issue on cover in existence.