Registered letter sent from Thorshavn to Aarhus 27 March 1946, with British registration label No. 0409.
5 aur postal stationery sent from Reykjavik to Wilwaukee Wisconsin USA on 28 September 1898, additional franked with 5 aur perf 12 3/4 II. printing. Map of Iceland printed on reverse, three such stationeries recorded to Iceland.
"5 aur postal stationery 1882-issue double card sent from Reykjavik to Strassburg 19 July 1888, additional franked with 5 aur perf 14, Edinburgh boxed large octagonal "SHIP LETTER" transit mark on front and Edinburgh CDS 27 July 1888 on reverse and part of Strassburg CDS arrival mark on front. Scarce example."
PRINTED MATTER - WRAPPER BAND sent from Reykjavik to Angermünde in Germany bearing a five-strip of 3 aur small “3”. Despite the faults on the three of the stamps, and extremely are postal item.
Island, 1897, 18BI
Printed matter Reykjavik 3 November 1897 to Hallgeirsstödun, Jökuldal. “3 Prir” small overprint (AFA 18BI), tied by “REYKJAVIK 3.11.97”. Commercial matter with a printed document inside the letter, genuinely used letters are extremely rare with Prir issues.
"Official letter sent from Sommerstedt to Haderslev 4 July 1878 bearing a 10 DR pfennige tied by "SOMMERSTEDT 4 7 78 3-6N" PER I-o, DAKA 160.01a."
Napoleonic War. Royal Service Letter “K.D.S.” sent from Ahrensburg to Tremsbüttel 15 March 1814, noted “Durch reitende Bothen von Dorf, zu Dorf saglich zu besorgen, Abgesendt von Ahrensburg d. 15te Martz, des Morgens 9 1 2 Uhr” and with two was seals on reverse. Rare letter.
Royal Service letter sent from Cismar to Heiligenhafen 13 February 1859 with “Cismar” 1-line mark applied on front alongside “Lensahn” CDS. ARGE type 5.
Letter (front) sent from Kiel to Coblenz 13 August 1821 stamped with the boxed “KIEL” and the only recorded example of this postmark. Known for many years and certainly among the most wanted Danish postmarks used in the Duchy of Holstein.
Napoleonic War. Military letter endorsed “D.S.” Dienst Sache sent from Fresenburg to Tremsbüttel in Holstein 31 May 1813. On front endorsed “Lieut Sachau, Comm. Der 2’ Comp. ---“. An unusual endorsement on the front of the letter, 1 wax seal on reverse.
Unpaid letter sent from Rendbsburg franco Hamburg to Francomont 14 November 1833, showing the scarce boxed “RENDSB 13 Nov 33”, Hamburg transit “DANEMARCK – PAR HAMBOURG” and receiving mark in Francomont on reverse. “40” decimes due by addressee marked on front. Latest recorded date of the boxed Rendburg mark.
Parcel letter containing 30 Rdl 12 S sent from Tangstedt via Heidkrug, KDOPA Hamburg to Schleswig 8 October 1861, prepaid in cash with “24” Sch. C. noted in blue ink. and with town manuscript “Heidkrug” in ink. Tangsted is located just north of Hamburg. This is the earliest recorded manuscript of Heidkrug.
"Letter from Midvaag to Kollefjord via Thorshavn 11 August 1942, bearing a 20 øre caravel issue tied by removed star cancel “MIDVAAG”. Local military censorship by the British forces sealed with neutral brown censorstrip and stamped with two-line "OPENED BY / MILITARY CENSOR"."
Dansk Vestindien, 1892, 5, 10
Envelope from Christianssted 13 October 1892 to Nykøbing Mors, Denmark. 7¢ direct rate to Denmark and Germany only with routing instruction VIA HAMBURG, bearing bicolored 5¢ IV and pair 1¢ VII printing tied by mute datestamp with two SS “CHRISTIANSSTED 13/10 1892”, with St. Thomas transit and NYKJØBING I JYLL. 25/11 receiving mark on reverse, envelope opened at right and shortened a bit. VERY FEW 7¢-rate letters recorded with direct ship to Germany or Denmark, the most sought after postal rate from Danish West Indies.
10 øre BREVKORT ESSAY in black with 10 øre Frederik VIII issue. UNIQUE. Ringstrøm #29.
5 øre BREV-KORT sent by EXPRESS service from Skagen to Frederikshavn 30 March 1891, additional franked with 20 øre Coat of Arms perf. 14 tied by CDS “SKAGEN 20/3 2 POST”. 20 øre pays for the express service, outstanding and colour full express letter.
Parcel card for one parcel 4,9 kg. sent from Copenhagen to Stockholm 10 October 1925, bearing a 2 kr. King Christian X grey. Refused by the addressee and then returned to Denmark, where the sender was charged 2 kr. for the return postage, and applied two 1 kr. blue postage due stamp.
Danish City Post. Copenhagen Bypost 3 øre orange on small and attractive letter to Nørregade.
2 sk. BREV-KORT sent locally in Copenhagen 14 July 1876. From the 1 January 1875 a new currency reform replaced the skilling system with Kroner / Øre. Thus 2 sk. corresponded to 4 øre, which became the local rate in the new currency system, a lovely skilling/øre example in excellent condition.
25 øre KONVOLUT with additional 5 øre wavy-line blindprint. Ringstrøm # 65I, SK KV66.
4 Sk. Envelope SKILLLING KV5 (1871) sent from RIBE to Gram-Mølle, paying the favored border rate at 4 SK between RIBE and GRAM. RIBE Lapidar IIa-1 delivered 30.12.1870, known from 23.11.71 till 1878. ONLY RECORDED 4 SK STATIONERY ENVELOPE USED FOR THE BORDER RATE WITH SCHLESWIG.