PASSAGEER-BILLET for 1 Person med det Kongelige Postdampskib ”Eideren” fra København til Kiel 17 April 1851, betalt 10 Rbdlr. First Classe, Gentlemens cabin no. 10. Rare and very decorative.
Royal Service letter from Hobroe 14 February 1811 to Copenhagen, with notice on the front “Fra Byefogeden i Hobroe”, list no. 2 on the back. Content concerning the accommodation of the Spanish and sale through auction. From the Napoleonic war-time period with the British Forces at Anholt.
PASSAGEER-BILLET for Reisende med Pakkeposten fra Hjørring til Frederikshavn, 26 June 1860. Passenger ticket issued for an adult and child, paid 1 Rdl. 80 ß.
Prepaid letter from Copenhagen General-Post-Amt 8 April 1777 to Christiansand, Norway. On back with red wax-seal GENERAL POST AMTS SIEGEL, letter is about pension to Fräulein Cathrine Dorothea von Dumbsdorff zu Christiansand. List no. on back 30-11, paid 11 sk. for the postage. Letters to Norway as early as this is very unusual. Although sent from an Official administration, not sent as Royal Service KT, since the addressee is a private person.
Official Military letter with royal insignium “C7mus” sent from Odense 7 March 1772 to Husum. The King’s initial sin stylised form with a conventionalized royal crown above, signifies Royal Franking Privilege with certificate. Postal markings list number “1-“ on reverse. From 1 August 1771, a royal regulation announced, that military letters on official matters between the officials were subject to a certificate (Fr. Olsen, page 179.)
Royal letter signed by King Christian VI at Hirscholm Castle 8 October 1745, sent to Peter Kaasböll, 'Oberst af Infanteriet og ... Norske Artillerie Corps, Christiania.' with manuscript ledger ' 163 - ' and royal wax seal. Full contents inside. Norway an extremely rare destination for ledgers signed by a Danish King.
Delvist betalt brev fra Asnæs (17 km. NV for Holbæk) 25.7.1800 til København. Betalt fra Holbæk til Roskilde med 4 skilling, derfor påtegning ”Franco Roesk”. Resterende porto fra Roskilde til København = 2 skilling. ”Karteret Holb 25”. I Roskilde påført 13—2 = kartenummer 13 og porto 2 skilling.
"Banco-letter (value letter) 129 Rdl. 38 sk. sent from Nyborg to Copenhagen (Baumgarten 1766-1791), with Nyborg's post office seal “NYBORG C7” and roayal insignie "C7 timus"."
Letter sent from Buenos Aires to Bornholm November 1846 via Hamburg. Hamburg Schiffspost transit mark on reverse. List number 1-13/35, total charge of 48 sk. and 4 sk. rural carrier fee, all together 52 sk. due by the addressee. Extremely scarce and early letter from overseas to Bornholm.
Franco Hamburg letter from Aalborg 14 August 1827 to Bordeaux, France. Postmarked boxed RAM-2 – AALBORG 14 Aug.27. – Via Hamburg – DANEMARCK / PAR HAMBOURG – and – T.T.R.4 – Thurn & Taxis Oberpostamt. Red Frendch border mark, Paris Transitmark. Postage due 20 decimes for the distance Hambourg-Bordeaux for letters of 7,5 gr. Danish List no. 16-40.
Money Letter from lottery agent Ulrikke Augusta Schytt in Ribe sent to lottery agent Bie 1801-1808, Copenhagen. Contained - NB Heruid 141 Rd: 181ßD: - closed with four red wax seals – RIBE C7 – and collectors own wax seal. Without postal notations.
Letter sent from Copenhagen to Bordeaux 18 June 1846, with transit via Hamburg T&T, charged 20 decimes, posted aboard the steamer “Christian VIII” from Copenhagen.
Royal Service letter sheet sent from Nexøe to Rønne on 5 March 1850, with town manuscript “Nexøe 5/3 50”. Scarce Bornholm postal pre-stamp marking.
Duplicate letter dated Copenhagen 11 January 1800 and sent to Massachusetts, USA. Being a duplicate letter, it was forwarded from Altona 2 April 1800. New York arrival mark May 10 stamped on front.
Letter sent from Aalborg to Odense 1659 to Marshall Hans Schack, who fought against the Swedes in the Danish-Swedish war 1658-59.
Parcel letter for a book sent to Copenhagen weighing 27 lod. On the front endorsed “Med Diligencen” with mail coach, very scarce endorsement on Danish letters (1850 ?)
Royal Service lettersheet sent by “Field Post Estafette” from Amtmand Blom to Byfoged Lund in Skagen 1810-14. During the Napoleonic war the British navy controlled Danish waters and had their base at Anholt. Apparently therefore a military mail service was established at Frederikshavn along the cost to Skagen.
Local letter sent to the “Classenske Fidei-Commiss” in Fredericia 1824 – letter sheet with watermark, no contents. Beautiful wax seal with F5
Entire from Aalborg to Copenhagen sent December 1761 with list number “ 1 - “ Rare and early letter from Aalborg with contents preserved. Very fresh and beautifully manuscript address on front.
Early letter from Ribe to Odder pr. Horsens with postal manuscript ”Ribe 12. Dec. 97” and 6 sk. “6” red crayon. On reverse ”6-6”, list no. 6, rate 6 sk. by receiver.