2. Verdenskrig

Danmark, 1943
Letter from Copenhagen 15 April 1943 interned diplomat A. K. Dutchie at the Internee Camp Store Grunnet, Vejle sent to Aberdeen, Scotland. Higher ranking staff at British and American embassies in Denmark were interned and sent to Store Grunnet. Danish and British censored and stamped 'Post- og Teletrafvæsenet i Danmark'. Reverse 'A. K. Dutchie, British Internment Camp., Str. Grundet, Pr. Vejle, Denmark.'
DKK 2.080,00
Danmark, 1946
Letter from an Austrian refugee, Josef Ulm, sent from the Austrian Refugee Camp Tarp, Esbjerg to Christiansminde, Svenborg on 3 April 1946, returned to Esbjerg witih backstamped message 'moved, where not known' - with scarce label affixed 'Kun gyldig i Danmark / Interneret Post-forsendelse / Portofri' - tied by postmark.
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1946
Letter from Refugee at Rye Refugee camp 16 October 1946 to Bramsche, Osnabrück, Germany. Backstamped with hand stamp in red ink 'Flygtningelejren / „ Rye Flyverplads” ', letter inside.
DKK 1.120,00
Danmark, 1946
Censored letter from Copenhagen 22 May 1946 to M-Gladbach, English Zone, Germany. Censored, resealed and censor's numeral mark '660 DANMARK', returned and stamped 'Fra Udlandspostkontrollen / retur Afsenderen', backstamped 'Retur i Henhold til / indlagte Meddelse' - message 'Det er indtil videre ikke tilladt at forsende til Tyskland: Fotografier..., Skakopgaver (Chess, cris-cross), seals, notes, stenografi, stamps and nodes, K-B 26'. Rare label.
DKK 2.230,00
Danmark, 1942
Opened letter, likely containing a printed message, sent from Copenhagen December 1942 to Upsala, Sweden. Christmas Seal 1942 (Princess Margrethe of Denmark) with 20 øre caravel issue paying the 20 øre Nordic rate. Censored and stamped red censor mark 'Post- og Telegravæsenet / [Crown] / i Danmark' and 'Fra Udlandspostkontrollen / Retur Afsenderen' with message inside underlined 'Tryksager..... (kan kun sendes i Forretningsøjemed', a rare printed message from Udlandspostkontrollen, formular 'Udlpktr. 16 (1-42)'.
DKK 3.350,00
Danmark, 1942
70 øre 'Postemblem' single franking on value letter from Stockholm 22 June 1942 to Aarhus, Denmark. Swedish exchange control, resealed and with two red wax seal 'PCA 1' by Stockholm Registration office and stamped 'Granskad enligt. Kungl. Maj:ts förordnande'. In Aarhus opened and resealed by 'AARHUS TOLDSTED' and danish censor mark 'Post- og Telegrafvæsenet [crown] i Danmark'. Rare
DKK 1.340,00
Danmark, 1943
Airmail letter from Christiansfeld 20 January 1943 to Umanak, Greenland. Routing instruction 'Greenland / (via Lissabon - New York ), German censorship and Bermuda censor resealing tape 'P.C.90 OPENED BY EXAMINER / I.C. / 1347'. Letter rate 20 øre plus 80 øre Air Mail surcharge.
DKK 2.230,00
Danmark, 194$
Danish Red Cross 'Deamndeur' form dated 25 October 1941 from Maribo to London, England. Message sent out by Red Cross in London to the addressee, Iris Sparrow.
DKK 1.120,00
Danmark, 1945
Copenhagen, Telegram from Great Britain, Copenhagen 24 June 1945. Post war censor mark 'C [Crown] 8' in violet. Rare.
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1945
'Kriegsgefangenenpost / Rückantwortbrief' written by Stella Skov in Copenhagen on 20 March 1945 to her husband Hans Skov, prisoner no. '309020'. Stamped in red 'Interneret Post', 'Retur' and 'Overflyttet til Frøslev' and dateline mark '22. MRTS.1945'. Hans Skov was arrested on 19 September 1944 and sent to Buchelwald the same date, and transferred to Frøslevlejren 10 April 1945 from KZ Buchenwald. He was arrested with reason for 'Aktion politi'.
DKK 4.460,00
Danmark, 1945
Letter from FIELD POST OFFICE 504 9 December 1945 to Copenhagen, sent by Tove Rasmussen, UNRRA-Team 89, 30th Corps-Distr. HG, B.O.A.R., Germany.
DKK 740,00
Danmark, 1940
Letter from London 22 January 1940 to Copenhagen. Without stamps that was loosened by water and stamped 'Beskadiget af Søvand'. Carried onboard DFDS ship S/S ”Vidar” sunk in the Northsea 31 January 1940, torpedoed by the German submarine U-21. 15 people died. Envelope in original glassine envelope from the Danish Post 'Heri en under Postbesørgelsen beskadiget Forsendelse.
DKK 740,00
Danmark, 1946
Refugee letter from Sæby 23 April 1946 to Red Cross, London, England. Sent by 'Siegfried Hermann, Flüchtlingslager, Saeby-West Jütland (Dänemark). Backstamped with refugee camp mark '[CROWN] / LUFTVÆRNSKONTORET / SÆBY '
DKK 740,00
Danmark, 1945
Copenhagen, Telegram from Halifax, Copenhagen 19 July 1945. Post war censor mark 'C [Crown] 6' in violet. Rare.
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1942
Express letter from Skodsborg 19 October 1942 to TELEGRAFCENSUREN, Købmagergade 37, København. 10 øre stationery envelope uprated with two 20/15 øre provisional, sent express. The department was responsible for censoring the telegraph communication during WWII.
DKK 1.860,00
Danmark, 1940
"Complete used set of Freikorps Dänemark on piece tied by mauve "Diensstelle Feldpostnummer 25362C - Briefstempel”. Rare set in excellent quality."
DKK 13.390,00
Danmark, 1940
"German censored registered airmail cover from Copenhagen to Springfield, USA October 22, 1940. At the beginning of the war and only for a very short time the air mail to the US were routed via Italy "luftpost via Italien". A scarce item in a colour full condition."
DKK 1.860,00
Danmark, 1942
Feldpost letter sent from a Dane in the “Dänische Gruppe - Feldtpost 39.535” to Copenhagen, bearing a 25 M DR tied by “FELDPOST 9.2.42” alongside “Einheit Feldpost Nr. 39545 B Briefstempel”, with German “f” resealing censor tape.
DKK 1.120,00
Danmark, 1940
"Field Post letter by airmail from Hamburg to Skive 1. November 1940 via the Karup airfield. On arrival in Karup a Danish stamp has been applied to pay the rate for a domestic letter, 20 øre. The letter originally mailed from "Luftpostamt - Feldpost 14568 Hamburg". A very unusual type of letter."
DKK 1.490,00
Danmark, 1947
Letter sent from the “ROYAL DANISH MILITARY MISSION” c/o B.A.O.R. in Bad Salzuflen to Hamburg 21 January 1947 with a two-ring seal “HQ CONTROL COMMISSION FOR GERMANY – Message and Mail Centre”. Quite unusual letter sent from the Danish military representation in Germany.
DKK 1.120,00
Danmark, 1942
Letter sent from Aarhus 2 February 1942 to Max Andersen, a Danish slave labourer in Germany at the camp “Lager zur Hochbrücke Kiel-Wik under control of “Marinebauamt”, but then returned to sender with the message that he has left the camp. A rare example showing that Germany also used a lot of Danish slave labourers.
DKK 930,00