Square 1856-73

Danish West Indies, 1856, 1A
3 CENTS carmine WHITE GUM, 1856, Plate I, position 99, burelage Ia. This is one of the few and major significant plate flaws with large colored spot in lower right spandrel just above S and the typical uneven S-frame line from a margin stamp. Distinctly canceled with mute 5-ring canceller. Despite a small thin spot a very attractive example of this rare stamp. Very few stamps with white gum survived the tropical climate, as sheets glued together and was then officially re-gummed with either yellow or brown gum at the pharmacies in St. Thomas and Christiansted.
GBP 1,593.00
Danish West Indies, 1856, 1C
3 cents imperforate 1856, brown gum, plate 1. Cancelled with clear strike of 4-ring cancel without dot (St. Thomas), the only postmark of this type recorded on the 3c 1856 imperforate adhesive.
GBP 1,770.00
Danish West Indies, 1873, 4
4 Cents 1873 blue, line perforation 12 1/2. Stamped with Danish numeral “1” Copenhagen, indeed rare with numeral 1, excellent copy.
GBP 1,062.00
Danish West Indies, 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.
GBP 2,655.00
Danish West Indies, 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
GBP 443.00
Danish West Indies, 1856
3 CENTS square issue (1856) FORGERY.
GBP 89.00
Danish West Indies, 1873, 4
4 cents 1873, used. With INVERTED watermark.
GBP 664.00
Danish West Indies, 1873, 4
4 cents 1873 block of four position 4-5, 14-15. One stamp mint never hinged.
GBP 531.00