Denmark

Denmark, 1904
Die proof in black of King Christian IX 5 øre denomination on thick large paper with impression of the copper block, designed by Hans Tegner. Rare.
GBP 1,080.00
Denmark, 1772
Official Military letter with royal insignium “C7mus” sent from Odense 7 March 1772 to Husum. The King’s initial sin stylised form with a conventionalized royal crown above, signifies Royal Franking Privilege with certificate. Postal markings list number “1-“ on reverse. From 1 August 1771, a royal regulation announced, that military letters on official matters between the officials were subject to a certificate (Fr. Olsen, page 179.)
GBP 270.00
Denmark, 1875
4 sk. BREV-KORT from Skive 29 June 1875 to Copenhagen. Skilling/Øre usage with 4 sk. paying 8 øre domestic post card rate. The 4 sk. card was used from 1.4.1871 paying for the 4 sk. domestic postcard rate, after 1.1.1875 - 4 sk. corresponded to 8 øre and paying the correct postcard rate. A beautiful piece in every respect.
GBP 675.00
Denmark, 1945
Copenhagen, Telegram from Halifax, Copenhagen 19 July 1945. Post war censor mark 'C [Crown] 6' in violet. Rare.
GBP 180.00
Denmark, 1863, 9
4 skilling rouletted issue 1863, canceled with esrom style postmark 'SKJBK' Skjærbæk. Upright and distinct cancellation.
GBP 225.00
Denmark, 1870
Letter sent from Esrom to Copenhagen 18 January 1870 franked with 4 sk. 1864-issue tied by esrom type “ESROM” alongside “Fredensborg” CDS and delivered by the Foot Post service in Copenhagen with large oval Foot Post mark dated 19.1.1870. Unusual combination of these two cancels.
GBP 180.00
Denmark, 1905
"10 øre postcard franked with 20 øre Arms type on EXPRESS service from Copenhagen to Hamburg 25 February 1905 6-7 evening, and arrived Hamburg next day 8-9 morning. "With express service, courier paid, Not to be delivered at night""
GBP 360.00
Denmark, 1926, 70,130
Registered SCADTA letter sent from Copenhagen 6 December 1926 to Bucaramanga in Columbia, franked with 15 øre and 60 øre King Chr. X alongside 10 and 20 Centavos SCADTA adhesives, all tied by Copenhagen datestamp, prepaying the Columbian air mail rate. Registration fee 25 øre plus 30 øre letter rate and additional 20 øre for 2nd rate (per 0-20 gram). In Columbia additional chareged and stamped boxed 'T $ 0,50 R'. An extremely rare SCADTA letter. On the back of the letter a DANISH CHRISTMAS SEAL 1926 tied with TPO 'Hamburg-Saßnitz' and Columbian reception mark. RARE.
GBP 1,080.00
Denmark, 1906, 48,53
Parcel letter (Adressebrev) 8,80 kg. from Copenhagen Railroad station 18 June 1906 to Taasinge. 20 øre blue King Chr IX and new engraving 10 øre red, tied by 3-ring 'K 2' Esrom type alongside swiss type 'KJØBENHAVN 18.6.06 11-5-E *B.* ', parcel label 'Kjøbenhavn B 550.' and backstamped 'TAASINGE 19.6.06 7-8F'. Vagn Jensen recorded from 3.3.1910 - 5.10.1916, this letter is postmarked June 1906.
GBP 108.00
Danish West Indies, 1896, DK 29
25 øre bicoloured IV printing on letter from Ærøskjøbing 27 April 1896 to a crew member onboard schooner 'SAGA' under address of the Danish Consular in St. Thomas. 25 øre rate to Danish West Indies with direct ship from Denmark, backstamped 'KORSØR 27.4.96' and departure mark on front 'KORSØR 29.4.96'. 25 øre rate with direct ship from 1.1.1875 - 31.12.1898.
GBP 315.00
Denmark, 1852
Wrapper from Copenhagen 8 May 1852 to Itzehoe, Holstein, Germany. Cord tied with red wax seal 'Brødrene / Berling', a newspaper publisher in Copenhagen. Rate '42' Rbs noted and blue ink '13' 13 Lbs due by addressee. Rate 27.2.1851 - 31.6.1853: 1 Lÿbsk sk. per sheet ( 5 Lbs = 16 Rbs., (C.C. no. 2/1851, section A, no. 2).
GBP 180.00
Denmark, 1886
Printed matter dated Stubbekjøbing 17 February 1886. Copenhagen Bypost 2 øre blue (DAKA 12) cancelled with datestamp '20 / 12-1'. Excellent quality.
GBP 630.00
Denmark, 1845
Prepaid Printed Market Report 4 February 1845 from Amsterdam to Copenhagen, Denmark. Senders cachet stamped on front 'EBELING & BRANDT / AMSTERDAM' and in Copenhagen handed in to the Copenhagen Foot Post and stamped octagonal 'FP' in black.
GBP 360.00
Denmark, 1868, 12,13,15
Letter from Copenhagen 11 January 1868 to Uzès, France. 3, 4 and 16 sk. Crown-Scepter-Sword issue cancelled with numeral '1' Copenhagen alongside 'KIØBENHAVN 11/1',, 'PRUSSE 3 - EREQUELINES 14 / JANV 68', backstamped Hamburg and receiption mark. 23 skilling rate (0-7 1/2 gram) from 1.8.1865 - 31.1.1868.
GBP 405.00
Denmark, 1884
Copenhagen Bypost - letter franked with stamps of total postage of 32 øre, with 4-strip 3 øre and pair 10 øre large type 'Kreds og Timetaxt' to the chief officer of ”S.S. Glendonwer" at Thingvalla Wharf, Larsens Plads, Copenhagen. s.s. ”Glendower” arrived in Copenhagen on July 27 1884 and left again on August 3rd. Messengers could be hired for urgent messages, with registration number 'R64' manuscript, in this instance 32 øre was paid. Two letters exists to the same addressee with 32 øre franking. In Berlingske 135. Aargang, 4 August 1884, Nr. 179, S.S. ”Glendower" is found in the ship's list, arriving from Rangoon with a cargo of Rice. EXTREMELY RARE and in superb quality.
GBP 1,981.00
Denmark, 1745
Royal letter signed by King Christian VI at Hirscholm Castle 8 October 1745, sent to Peter Kaasböll, 'Oberst af Infanteriet og ... Norske Artillerie Corps, Christiania.' with manuscript ledger ' 163 - ' and royal wax seal. Full contents inside. Norway an extremely rare destination for ledgers signed by a Danish King.
GBP 900.00
Denmark, 1924, N4, N5
4 sk. 1854 and 8 sk. 1857 dotted spandrels, in pair with upper sheet margin from 1924 Reprints. A rare set.
GBP 315.00
Denmark, 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.
GBP 225.00
Slesvig, 1920
Supply for UPU Bern stamped ‘COLONIAS’ handstamp on 1 ZONE Plebiscit 35 øre, 20 øre, 15 øre, 25 øre and 10 øre tied on piece.
GBP 225.00
Denmark, 1856, 4
Printed matter from Slagelse 2 July 1856 to Faaborg. 4 sk. 1854 dotted spandrels tied by numeral 65 and datestamp alongside SLAGELSE 2.7.1856. The weight of the printed circular is 30 grams. Rate 4 sk. 1.4.1851 – 1.10.1865 until 60 grams. Stamp cut above but a quite scarce postal document.
GBP 360.00
Denmark, 1931
15 og 25 øre (mærker med mangler) Gammel Luftpost på luftpostbrev fra Svinninge 17.9.1931 Lemberg, Tyskland UPU-takst for breve af 1. vægtklasse (20g) 1.1.1927 - 30.10.1933 25 øre Luftpostbefordring for breve af 1. vægtklasse (20 g.) til Europa 19.4.1926 - 30.10.1933 15 øre = 40 øre. (adressat bortraderet)
GBP 36.00