Danish West Indies, 1902
"Unsevered double card “1 CENT 1901” provisional issue 1st printing, frame Group 3C. Sent from Christiansted 9.1.1902 to St. Thomas, posted on ship, and cancelled on arrival in St. Thomas with “C” Christiansted and CDS “ST. THOMAS 9/1 1902” receiving mark. Reply sent from St. Thomas 3 April 1902 to Christiansted. Only 50 cards printed of the first printing with parenthesis around "ANTILLES DANOISES", this card is unsevered, extremely rare in used condition."
GBP 1,078.00
Iceland, 1921
Letter sent from Reykjavik to Copenhagen 28 November 1921, bearing a 20aur/25 aur King Chr. X provisional, tied by Reykjavik machine cancel. Sent only 5 days after the date of issue. Postage 20 aur correct.
GBP 135.00
Denmark, 1870
48 Sk. colour Essay olivegrey/ultramarine, AFA 21F, good margins.
GBP 427.00
Danish West Indies, 1875
HAPAG 10 cents cancelled with pen cancellation.
GBP 90.00
Denmark, 1873, 6ay
3 Cent bicolored I printing, position 18 in the sheet, used and cancelled with mute cancel. INVERTED FRAME pos. 77, well centered and in a very good condition.
GBP 1,797.00
Slesvig-Holsten, 1864
Field Post letter sent from Apenrade to Berlin 30 November 1864 and postmarked “K.PR.FELDPOST-RELAIS No. 6”. The Prussian troops occupied Jutland in the 1864-war and opened a Field Post office in Apenrade where the postmark was used during and after the occupation. Letters with these postmarks are rarely seen.
GBP 539.00
Denmark, 1864
Letter sent from Copenhagen to Friedrichstadt in Slesvig 24 October 1864, franked with 4 sk. 1864 tied by numeral “1” alongside København CDS. The letter was during the 1864-war after Slesvig was occupied by Prussian troops and in this period there were no postal arrangement between Denmark and Slesvig. In this case, the letter is not charged 1 1/4 Sch. C by the addressee.
GBP 359.00
Danish West Indies, 1904, 22
Danish West Indies June 1904 to New York. Four 2¢ Coat-of-Arms issue (AFA 22) tied by “PAQUEBOT / (N.Y.2D DIV), with receiving mark struck on reverse “NEW YORK. N.Y. / 1904/ JUN 24 / 1-PM”. Foreign rate 8¢ from 1.1.1902 – 14.7.1905.
GBP 584.00
Danish West Indies, 1903, 22
Domestic letter sent from Christiansted 2 November 1903 to St. Thomas. 2¢ red Coat-of-Arms tied by CHRISTIANSTED 2/11 1903 LAP3, ST. THOMAS 3/11 1903 receiving mark on reverse. 2¢ domestic letter rate from 1.1.1902 – 14.6.1905.
GBP 90.00
Danish West Indies, 1900, 17
5 CENTS Coat of Arms issue, imperforate colour proofs with large margins margin, without gum and watermark, thin paper. Rare.
GBP 2,695.00
Danish West Indies, 1905, 31
2 Francs St. Thomas Harbour, mint never hinged, strip of five with lower sheet margin, left stamp with imperforate left sheet margin, double perforation between 1st and 2nd stamp and in the right sheet margin. Extremely rare.
Price on request
Danish West Indies, 1873, P5a
1 cent bicoloured normal frame. Imperforate proof without watermark and gum. Rare.
GBP 494.00
Danish West Indies, 1873, P9
14 cents bicolored normal frame. Imperforate proof without watermark and gum. Rare.
GBP 898.00
Danish West Indies, 1873, P10a
5 cents bicoloured normal frame, main frame group 3. Imperforate proof without watermark and gum. Rare.
GBP 494.00
Danish West Indies, 1873, P7
4 cents bicoloured normal frame. Imperforate proof without watermark and gum. Rare.
GBP 494.00
Denmark, 1855
2 Rigsbankskilling Thiele printing Plate II-84, type 8 on foot-post letter tied by numeral “1” alongside foot-post marks “17/4 55”. The letter contained two forged “Sølvdalere” manuscript “Indlagt, 2 falske Sølvdalere”. Letters within the Copenhagen ramparts were allowed to weigh up to 500 gram and still subject to only 2 sk. letter rate. Very extraordinary letter and only recorded example proving the special regulation.
GBP 3,055.00
Denmark, 1863, 2, 9
Printed matter wrapper band sent from Copenhagen to Arendal, Norway 3 January 1864 bearing a 2 sk. 1855 and 4 sk. rouletted 1863 tied by numeral “1” Copenhagen alongside Copenhagen KB cds. 6 sk. rate for printed matters to Norway. Rare type of letter of which only a few wrapper bands are recorded to foreign destinations.
GBP 3,145.00
Denmark, 1851, 1 Ia
4 Rigsbank-Skilling Ferslew 2 in strip of three on piece and tied by mute canceller in blue ink, plate I pos. 57-58-59. Largest multiple known with blue cancel. SUPERB.
GBP 2,156.00
Denmark, 1856, 4
Prepaid letter Fredericia 12 September 1856 to Kiel. 4 sk. 1854 dotted spandrels III printing tied by Fredericia numeral “17”. Due to the absence of Fredericia date stamp, the office line mark “Fredericia” was stamped on reverse and date added “12/9 1856”. Stamp with oxidation.
GBP 359.00
Denmark, 1859, 7
Market Report dated Hull 28 May 1859 forwarded from KDOPA Hamburg 31/5 to Ystad, Sweden. 4 sk. 1858 I printing with close margin on two sides tied by numeral “2” Hamburg. Swedish transitmarks “HELSINGBORG” 3 and 4 June 1859. Printed matter rate to Sweden 4 sk.
GBP 225.00
Denmark, 1858, 3
Copenhagen foot post letter to Kongens Nytorv 8 March 1858. Postage 2 sk. Copenhagen rate franked with 2 sk. 1855 dotted spandrels, plate I-99 large plate-flaw with SE-posthorn and cliché damage below SE-Mercury wand. Fine full-margined stamped tied with numeral 1 and datestamp - FP 3 8/3 58 -.
GBP 270.00