"Complete used set of Freikorps Dänemark on piece tied by mauve "Diensstelle Feldpostnummer 25362C - Briefstempel”. Rare set in excellent quality."
"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."
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.
"Internee letter WWII sent from Copenhagen Camp "Den Tyske Skole" with censormark from the camp leader. Scarce item."
"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."
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.
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.
Local post card in Berlin 7. November 1942 from the DNSAP office to a member of the society asking for a settlement of the member fee.
Letter sent from Oksbøl to Geneve 3 October 1945, bearing one 40 øre Chr. X steel engraving issue, tied by CDS “OKSBØL” swiss type mark. Sent from the refugee camp “Oksbøl” and stamped on reverse with oval mark in blue “St. C. L./LEJRCHEFEN/I OXBØL” alongside line mark “Censureret” and censors signature.
Letter sent from Fredericia to a soldier with the German forces at Field post number 27745 10 September 1942. Franked with 20 øre paying domestic rate, forwarded and returned and applied with return marks. Unusual letter.
Airmail letter sent from Copenhagen to St. Louis 3 July 1945 bearing correct postage of 125 øre, foreign rate 40 øre plus 85 øre airmail surcharge. Stamped 2-line “par avion - jusqu' à N. York.” - Rarely seen routing mark on letters. Danish and US censorship.
Air mail letter sent from Copenhagen to Knoxville, USA on 30 March 1940 bearing a 10 øre, 20 øre, 50 and two 15 øre air mail stamps, paying 30 øre foreign rate plus 80 øre air mail surcharge. Sent “via Frankrig”, this route ceased 9 April, when Denmark was occupied by Germany.
Letter sent from Kunda to Sindal 18 May 1942, bearing 35 pf “Ostland” overprint, from a dane at the cementfactory Port Kunda, Estonia back to his family in Sindal.
Letter sent from Copenhagen to a Danish volunteer in the Winterwar 14 May 1940, to Erik L. Larsen, 1. Komp. 1D, Dansk Finsk Batallion, Lovisa, Finland.
Refugee letter sent from Nørresundby to Hannover 14 August 1946, stamped on reverse “Flygtningerlejr 49-06 - Lufthavn Vest - Nørresundby” and “LUFTVÆRNSKONTORET AALBORG POST”, and resealed with British censor resealing tape “EXAMINER 251”.
Wrapper band sent local in Copenhagen 11 June 1941, stamped on front with the red mark “Danebroge - Dansk Enhedspartis Kampblad ….” - Unusual.
SS-Fieldpost sent 21 April 1943 from Field Post #25363 to a Danish volunteer in the German Army, Ignaz Schwab, Fieldpost #18149 and then changed to #30003B with a seal “V-Hagenkreuz” on the reverse.