Entire with inside dating Kiøbenhavn 7 March 1807 to Frørup, south east of Nyborg. ‘1-3’ noted on the back referring to the number on the letter list, Footpost letter list ‘146’ noted on the front, charged 3 sk. in red crayon for delivery by addressee. Postmarked ‘FP’ cancellation type 1, rarely found on letters sent to other cities in Denmark.
Foot Post letter sent from Reden ( The Sea outside Copenhagen ) on 14 October 1863 and transported by boat to Copenhagen. The letter was handed in at the Foot Post office, charged 3 sk. and postmarked OVA-1 'F: 12 15/10 63 P:' in blue. A rare example from a letter posted at sea on the road outside Copenhagen.
Royal Service Lettter sent with Copenhagen Foot Post from Bornholm 13 September 1819. On reverse list number “8-“ and on front “10” Copenhagen foot post listing. Stamped with RED circular “FP”. DAKA 4B, ONLY RECORDED IN RED. Red ink indicate receiver to pay the postage, 8 sk. as indicated on reverse.
Undated folded letter, prepaid “frit” sent locally within Copenhagen through the Local Foot post ca. 1808. At top left corner written a provisional “F.P.)”, may either have been added by the foot post mailman on his route or the postmark may have been missing or mislaid, . It is considered a substitute for the Foot-post mark F.P. type II, only known example recorded, ex. Rathje collection. DAKA 2C.
Danmark, 1873, SKIL KV4a
2 Sk. ultramarine (SKILLING KV4a) stationery envelope sent through Copenhagen foot post on 29 September 1873, canceled with numeral '1' alongside foot post mark 'F: 7 1/2 29/9 73 P:' OVA-4
Danmark, 1874, 16
2 sk. bicolored VIII printing pos. A52 on foot post letter 27 July 1874 to Strandgade 28, 1Ste Sal. Canceled with distinct numeral '1' alongside FP (Skilling 8) in black 27/7 74. A clean and neat cover.
Prepaid Printed Market Report 4 February 1845 from Amsterdam to Copenhagen, Denmark. Senders cachet stamped on front 'EBELING & BRANDT / AMSTERDAM' and in Copenhagen handed in to the Copenhagen Foot Post and stamped octagonal 'FP' in black.