Part of inquiry from Ribe/Hvidding 22 July to Lügumkloster and replied. DR 20 pfenning blue stamp cancelled with superbly applied RER I-o stamped 'LÜGUMKLOSTER 23/7 88 4-5N' and also office mark 'POST-AMT Lügumkloster / EING 23/7 No. ' Rare.
Denmark, 1909, 43,54,55
4 øre blue wavy-line wrapper from Vallekilde 26 February 1909 to Åbenrå, Nordschlesvig. Uprated with 2 øre red wavy-line, 5 øre and pair 10 øre King Frederik VIII. Canceled with starcancel 'VALLEKILDE' alongside swiss type 'HØRVE 26.2.09 3-6E. Printed matter, 6th rate 250-300 gram, 30 øre 1.4.1879 - 30.6.1920, overfranked with 1 øre.
Denmark, 1919, 67
Wrapper 5 øre green King Christian X sent from Fredericia 7 August 1919 to Aarhus. Uprated with 2 øre wavy-line and canceled with 2-line mark 'Dansk / Købestævne.', rare.
Censored letter from Copenhagen 22 May 1946 to M-Gladbach, English Zone, Germany. Censored, resealed and censor's numeral mark '660 DANMARK', returned and stamped 'Fra Udlandspostkontrollen / retur Afsenderen', backstamped 'Retur i Henhold til / indlagte Meddelse' - message 'Det er indtil videre ikke tilladt at forsende til Tyskland: Fotografier..., Skakopgaver (Chess, cris-cross), seals, notes, stenografi, stamps and nodes, K-B 26'. Rare label.
Opened letter, likely containing a printed message, sent from Copenhagen December 1942 to Upsala, Sweden. Christmas Seal 1942 (Princess Margrethe of Denmark) with 20 øre caravel issue paying the 20 øre Nordic rate. Censored and stamped red censor mark 'Post- og Telegravæsenet / [Crown] / i Danmark' and 'Fra Udlandspostkontrollen / Retur Afsenderen' with message inside underlined 'Tryksager..... (kan kun sendes i Forretningsøjemed', a rare printed message from Udlandspostkontrollen, formular 'Udlpktr. 16 (1-42)'.
70 øre 'Postemblem' single franking on value letter from Stockholm 22 June 1942 to Aarhus, Denmark. Swedish exchange control, resealed and with two red wax seal 'PCA 1' by Stockholm Registration office and stamped 'Granskad enligt. Kungl. Maj:ts förordnande'. In Aarhus opened and resealed by 'AARHUS TOLDSTED' and danish censor mark 'Post- og Telegrafvæsenet [crown] i Danmark'. Rare
Airmail letter from Christiansfeld 20 January 1943 to Umanak, Greenland. Routing instruction 'Greenland / (via Lissabon - New York ), German censorship and Bermuda censor resealing tape 'P.C.90 OPENED BY EXAMINER / I.C. / 1347'. Letter rate 20 øre plus 80 øre Air Mail surcharge.
Danish Red Cross 'Deamndeur' form dated 25 October 1941 from Maribo to London, England. Message sent out by Red Cross in London to the addressee, Iris Sparrow.
HOLTE 2 sk. green LAND-POST 1872, with colour proofs of 2 in red, blue and black. RARE set.
Iceland, 1876, 8P
10 aur carmine, colour proof on imperforate thin paper without watermark, pair with full corner sheet margin.
Iceland, 1876, 9 PT
16 aur brown, colour proof on imperforate thin paper without watermark, pair with full corner sheet margin.
Iceland, 1876, 10 PT
20 aur violett (light), colour proof on imperforate thin paper without watermark, pair with full corner sheet margin.
Iceland, 1876, 11 PT
40 aur green, colour proof on imperforate thin paper without watermark, pair with full corner sheet margin.
Iceland, 1873, TJ2 PT
8 sk. lilac, colour proof on imperforate thin paper without watermark, with full corner sheet margin.
Faroe Islands, 1941, 10
Locally printed 'Postopkrævnings-adressekort' COD Parcel Card, orange colour, from Thorshavn 29 May 1941 to Nordeble for an amount of 15,35 Kr. and parcel of 5 kg., paid In Klaksvig 30.5.1941 and arrived back at Thorshavn 31 May 1941. White parcel registration label '680 Thorshavn' - Postage paid and stamped 'FÆRØERNE FRANCO BETALT' without value - a provisional postmark due to the shortage of postage stamps.
Copenhagen, Telegram from Great Britain, Copenhagen 24 June 1945. Post war censor mark 'C [Crown] 8' in violet. Rare.
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.
Denmark, 1871, 11A, 18
'frit' noted letter originally franked with 4 sk. bicolored Ib printing (1870) cancelled with numeral '89' Marstal and datestamp 'MARSTAL 24/2 1871'. Due to the 'frit' manuscript in lower left corner, the letter was subject to full unpaid rate of 6 sk. Thus, when bringing the letter to the counter af the post office, the clerk noted the franco marking, and sender was obliged to pay the missing 2 sk. - and then an additional stamp of 2 sk. lineperforation 12 1/2 1864-issue added. An extremely rare postal history item.
Denmark, 1920, 107 PT
70 ØRE King Christian X bicolored issue, imperforate colour proof. Rare
Foot Post letter sent from Reden ( The Sea outside Copenhagen ) on 14 October 1863 and transported by boat to Copenhagen. The letter was handed in at the Foot Post office, charged 3 sk. and postmarked OVA-1 'F: 12 15/10 63 P:' in blue. A rare example from a letter posted at sea on the road outside Copenhagen.
Slesvig-Holsten, 1865, 17
Lettersheet Sonderburg 27 November 1865 to Copenhagen, Denmark. 2 Schilling HERZOGTH-SCHLESWIG grey-ultramarine cancelled with Prussian two-ring 'SONDERBURG 27/11 65 4-5N'. Backstamped 'HADERSLEBEN 28/11 65', 'KOLDING 28/11' and 'KIØBENHAVN 29/11'. The rate to Denmark after 1.8.1865 was 2 Sch. Blue ink cross under the stamp noting that postage was paid in cash to a rural mail carrier.