Envelope from Nordfirdi, Iceland 25 July 1925 to Copenhagen, Denmark. 20 aur brown King Christian X cancelled with Danish cds ‘VEJLE 52.7.25 9-11F’ alongside rectangular framed ‘Paquebot’ and noted ‘Pr. S/S. Godafoss’. The Icelandic letters arriving on board ships sailing to Vejle were all horse shipment’s, carrying also the postal mail to Denmark. Horsetrader Carl Sørensen imported the horses and the last known date with these ships from Iceland is 25 July 1925, first of these ships arrived 1920 in Vejle.
Letter from Reykjavik June 1923 to Copenhagen, Denmark. 20 aur brown King Christian X cancelled on arrival with cds AALBORG 15.6.23 12-5E and ship letter origin 'pr. Skib fra Island.' with reception mark KJØBENHAVN 2 OMB. 16.6.23 B. An extremely rare ship letter cancellation, very fresh and every aspect of this letter in superb condition.
Letter sent from Reykjavik to Berlin 30 May 1927 bearing a 15 aur Chr. X and 20 aur National Library building tied by the ship CDS “REYKJAVIK SKIP Nr. I”, correct 35 aur postage.
Registered letter sent via Edinburgh from Reykjavik 6 February 1923 to Copenhagen, bearing a 50 aur and 20 aur King Christian X broken lines tied by Reykjavik CDS. Letter rate up to 40 gram 40 aur plus 30 aur registration fee, total 70 aur postage. Stamps with small imperfections.
Printed matter sent from Reykjavik 27 August 1924 bearing a pair of 1 eyr and 4 aur King Chr. X 1920-22 issue, tied by Reykjavik machine cancel. Correct 10 aur franking for printed matters.