Dansk Vestindien

Dansk Vestindien, 1866
Unpaid letter sent from St. Thomas to Nantes 24 January 1866 by French line B via St. Nazaire. Stamped French Octagonal “ST. THOMAS - PAQ. FR. B No. 1” and two-ring “COL. FR. PAQ. Fr. - 2 ST. NAZAIRE 2” in red. Erroneously stamped manuscript due mark “16” decimes and corrected to 10 decimes. In January 1866 the weight and rate changed from 7,5 grms to 10 grams per letter, and increased from 80 centimes to 100 centimes (10 decimes). Interesting letter.
DKK 4.090,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1903
Postcard St. Thomas 8 December 1903 to Aarhus, Denmark. 2¢ postcard Coat-of-Arms issue, Engström PC10A cancelled at St. Thomas. Interesting information about the 2/3 and 8/10 provisionals, and the 8¢ Coat-of-Arms issue that are not yet being sold to the public at St. Thomas since there is still a stock of the 10¢ provisionals. But, that he might be able to get them from St. Croix !
DKK 740,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1911, P8
Unpaid letter Leipzig 28 October 1911 to St. Croix, DWI. Charged in blue crayon “40” centimes and “T 50”, due 50 BIT by addressee and a 50 BIT EFTERPORTO (AFA 8) adhesive affixed on reverse and tied by “CHRISTIANSTED 28/11 1911” CDS via “ST. THOMAS 26/11 1911”. The addresse unknown and a DWI retour etiquettes “Ubekjendt. / inconnu.” affixed and returned via “ST. THOMAS 2/2 1912” struck on reverse. Etiquetttes are extremely rare on DWI mail. German “ZURÜCK” struck twice on front and boxed “ZURÜCK / an den Absender. Extremely rare and just recently discovered, one of two known with 50 BIT tied by postmark and the finest of the two known.
Price on request
Dansk Vestindien, 1874
Printed Matter letter sent from the British Post Office at St. Thomas to Marseille 15 July 1874 bearing a pair of 1d tied by Duplex C51 St. Thomas 15 July 1874, French Amb. Calais 29 July and Marseille arrival CDS 30 July on reverse. Printed matter rate to France was 2d and are quite scarce.
DKK 8.930,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1892
Unpaid letter sent from St. Thomas to Jersey City 27 October 1892 stamped with a “St. Thomas” CDS and circle “T”, on arrival in NY stamped “New York 10 Cents due” double-circle due mark and bearing a 10C US postage due stamp tied by Jersey City CDS. Very rare with US postage due stamps on DWI letters.
DKK 3.720,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1864
Entire sent from St. Thomas to New York 2 April 1864, charged 4 cents stamped by “NEW YORK SHIP LETTER - 4 - APR 27” and posted aboard the steamer “Alexander”.
DKK 930,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1849
Letter sent from St. Thomas to Ponce, Puerto Rico 4 April 1849 showing blue octagonal “S.TOMAS” and 2 1/2 due mark and blue “Isla De PTO.-RICO 7 ABR 1849” two-ring receiving mark on reverse, with received note endorsed on reverse and manuscript “2 1/2”. Rare letter.
DKK 26.040,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1824
Unpaid letter docketed St. Croix 10 August 1824 to Aberdeen, Scotland. By British Packet and charged 2/7, picked up by the Leeward Islands Packet and carried to Falmouth and received “LEEWARD ISLAND F” in green. Single letter rate 1813 - 37 1S/2d to Fallmouth, indland rate above 700 miles from Fallmouth to Aberdeen (798 miles) 1S/5d, total due 2/7 and boxed “1/2” d for mail coach. With an upright and beautiful “LEEWARD ISLANDS / F / SE 7 / 1824” in green ink. Of the letters with this Fallmouth mark only a very few are stamped in an upright position and as clear as this strike.
DKK 13.390,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1874
"Entire letter sent from St. Thomas to Jacmel Haiti 2 July 1874 through the British Post office, bearing a 3d and 1d tied by Duplex C51 St. Thomas A and by steamer endorsed "Par Moselle""
DKK 5.580,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1854
Docketed St. Juan, Pto Rico 29 December 1853 via St. Thomas to New York. One 1/ paid and crowned circle struck “PAID AT SAN JUAN PORTO RICO” in black, via “ST. THOMAS JA 15 1854” on reverse, and “STEAMPSHIP 10” cents due at New York.
DKK 1.860,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1863
Letter docketered St. Thomas 30 April 1863 to Kingston, Jamaica. Crowned 1-ring “PAID AT ST. THOMAS” in red struck on front and 4d paid to Jamaica. Double ring, small type “ST. THOMAS MY 1 1863” and 1-ring “KINGSTON-JAMAICA MY 5 63” struck on reverse.
DKK 5.580,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1873, 4
4 Cents 1873 blue, line perforation 12 1/2. Stamped with Danish numeral “1” Copenhagen, indeed rare with numeral 1, excellent copy.
DKK 8.930,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1875
"Envelope with two letters inside, St. Thomas 5 March 1875 to Philadelphia via New York. Forwarded in St. Thomas, agents cachet "FORWARDED BY / G. W. SMITH & Co. / ST. THOMAS W.I." and sent through the British Post Office in St. Thomas "C 51" canceling a 4d plate 14. NY "DUE 10C U.S. CURRENCY MAR 18". A letter inside is dated s.s. „VILLE DE BREST"."
DKK 7.440,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1904, 16,17,22
"Letter from Christiansted to Copenhagen July 12, 1904 tied by Christiansted four-ring cancellation, on reverse letter "C", St. Thomas and Copenhagen arrival mark. Correct franked paying the 8 cents UPU rate. Manuscript pr. "R.M.S." Royal Mail Steamer. Colourfull cover."
DKK 2.790,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1895, 5y
1¢ bicolored IX printing 1895, with normal frame, pos. 91, a rare isolated frame. Mint never hinged, superb centring and gum
DKK 5.950,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1864, 1B
Entire letter sent from St. Thomas 8 January 1864 to Christiansted, bearing the 3¢ imperforate yellow gum, tied by 3-ring St. Thomas, on reverse CDS “ST: THOMAS / 8/1 1864”. Large margins on two sides, excellent condition.
DKK 22.320,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1873
14 cents bicolored, cancelled with a clear strike of the wedge type 5-ring cancel. Very fine quality.
DKK 7.440,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1856, 1C
3 cents imperforate with brown gum. The brown gum was supplied by the pharmacy in Christiansted. Mint never hinged, scarce in MNH condition
DKK 3.720,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1851
Stamped St. Thomas January 15, 1851, sent to Woonsocket Falls, U.S.A. Struck on reverse the small double ring type “ST. THOMAS JAN 15 1851” and forwarder cachet “FORWARDED BY / G.W. SMITH & CO. / ST. THOMAS W.I.”. Prepaid “1/” and stamped crowned double ring “PAID AT ST. THOMAS” and on arrival in US struck “STEAMSHIP 10” cents due, likely New York mark.
DKK 2.230,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1911, P5,7
Consignee letter sent from New York aboard “KORONA” to St. Croix, stamped on arrival at “FREDERIKSTED 2/9 1911”, underfranked apparently. Thus charged “35” BIT with 5 and 30 BIT EFTERPORTO adhesives, frequently these postage due stamps were never cancelled.
DKK 2.980,00
Dansk Vestindien, 1917, 44-51
Complete set of King Christian X bicolored issue in pairs on small cuts, all tied by datestamp “ST. THOMAS 13.3.1917”. Complete sets larger than single stamps in used condition are extremely rare.
DKK 10.420,00