Danish West Indies, 1917
“Gratis Postbevis” with printed 'Christiansteds Postkontor / den .... 1917 '. Postal receipt for REGISTERED letter '3076' sent from Christiansted to Copenhagen 2 March 1917, for letter franked with 80 BIT. Scarce postal document. In total three 'Postbevis' recorded, only known of this type.
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.
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).
Printed matter dated Stubbekjøbing 17 February 1886. Copenhagen Bypost 2 øre blue (DAKA 12) cancelled with datestamp '20 / 12-1'. Excellent quality.
Danish West Indies, 1916, 32
Registered philatelic letter from St. Thomas to Birmingham, England. 5 Francs St. Thomas Harbour cancelled with LAP 'ST. THOMAS / 19./9. 1916.' and registration mark 'ST. THOMAS / R / 9821' and backstamped Registered marks Liverpool and Birmingham 12 October 1916. Censored with British censor seal ' OPENED BY / CENSOR / 1123 ', ONLY RECORDED ST. THOMAS HARBOUR with censorship.
Danish West Indies, 1895
3 cents red-orange stationery envelope with watermark III (1893-94) cancelled with four-ring without dot in St. Thomas and backstamped origin mark 'F' Frederiksted and 'ST. THOMAS 7/11 1895'. 'F' Frederiksted is a scarce postmark.
Danish West Indies, 1906, 24
Letter from St. Thomas 17 December 1906 to Esbjerg, Denmark. A single, two pairs and a 3-strip 5 BIT green I. printing King Christian IX canceled with LAP 'ST. THOMAS 17/12 1906', plate flaw on lower right pair, with coloured dot below '5' on the right stamp. UPU letter rate 40 BIT from 15.7.1905 – (to Denmark) 30.9.1907, on 1.10.1907 Denmark rate was lowered to 30.9.1909, wheras UPU rate remained 40 BIT until 1.10.1909.
Danish West Indies, 1868
'D26' Spanish Mail postmark on a pair of 4d plate 11 (1869), the postmark exists in two slightly different versions was delivered in March 1868 and is known used only from 14 April until 8 November 1868. One of two pairs recorded in DWI census.
Danish West Indies, 1873
Queen Victoria, surface-printed, large white letters, a small group of stamps cancelled with obliterator 'C51' and duplex C51 in various conditions.
Danish West Indies, 1873
Queen Victoria, surface-printed, large white letters, 5 shilling rose, plate 1 and 2, cancelled with obliterator 'C51'. One stamp plate 1 in very fine condition, plate 2 with round corners.
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.
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.
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.
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.
10 ØRE - I GRØNLANDSKE LUFTPOST, UDET air mail stamp cancelled with 3-line [crown] / KOLONIEN / UMANAK and dateline stamp '-8.JUL.1932'. Stamp engraved by the American artist, Rockwell Kent, colour of stamp well preserved and in stamp in very fine condition.
Price on request
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.
Danish West Indies, 1905, 33,33y
5 BIT 1905 provisional, overprint on 4 cents bicolored, pos. 81-82, 91-92. Lower stamps with inverted isolated frames in mint never hinged block of four with corner sheet margin.
Faroe Islands, 1928
Freightletter from Balslev & Goos, Thorshavn to Midvaag 18 September 1928 per M/S „Tróndin”. Freight paid with 6 Thorshavns Mælkeforsyning1 kr. red, 5 Øre, 10 Øre and 50 øre imperforate and cancelled with two-line mark. Fold through card and stamps with imperfections, but a rare item.
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.