48 sk. normal thick frame perforated on three sides and left side imperforate with part of sheet margin, cancelled in Svendborg. Extremely scarce with imperforate left sheet margin.
Danish West Indies, 1878
Liverpool 1 December 1878 to Port-au-Prince, Puerto Rico. Noted with routing instruction 'per Nile'. British 1/- green plate 13 prepaid to destination. The letter was carried outside the British mail to St. Thomas and postmarked and postmarked with Danish 'ST. THOMAS 16/12 1878' on back as well as used for canceling the adhesive, arriving with RMSPC 'NILE' at St. Thomas 16 December. Next day, the 17 December, it was shipped with RMSPC steamer 'NILE' arriving at Jacmel on the 19 December. A most unusual letter and so far, probably the only recorded British stamp cancelled with the Danish postmark on letter.
2 sk. bicoulored normal frame pos. A70, with watermark, no gum, imperforate colour proof with right sheet margin. Very rare with full sheet margin (AFA P16B)
Letter sent from Christiansfeld 5 June 1864 to Fole, a few km North West of Gram. HERZOGTH.SCHLESWIG 4 Schillinge red tied by Danish 3-ring numeral ‘12’, datestamped Danish Antiqua VI ‘CHRISTIANSFELD 5/6’, backstamped transit Prussian 2-ring ‘HADERSLEBEN 6/6 64 7-8V’ and Danish cds ‘RIBE 7/6 7-9Fo.’ receiving cds before being sent to Fole, on the road to Gram, nearer Gram than Ribe.
PASSAGEER-BILLET for Reisende med Pakkeposten fra Hjørring til Frederikshavn, 26 June 1860. Passenger ticket issued for an adult and child, paid 1 Rdl. 80 ß.
4 sk. dotted spandrels 1854 VI printing on piece, cancelled with ink manuscript ‘Broager 27/11 1859’. Very decorative and a rare cancellation. Broager manuscript cancellation is recorded from 21.8.1858 – 27.11.1859, fold and slight cut in top of the stamp.
Letter from refugee, Aloys Brzozon, Luftværkskontor, Esbjerg, sent from the Austrian Refugee Camp Tarp, Esbjerg Dorsten, Germany. Label affixed 'Interneret Brev / Postforsendelse / ØSTRIGSLEJR / 1946 / TARP ESBJERG / Portofrit i / Danmark' - tied by postmark and 40 øre danish postage stamps, and Danish post war consor resealing tape and censor hand stamp ' [Crown] 660 Danmark'.
Folded parcel letter sheet 3 20 kvint from Frederiksberg 6 August 1877 to Dorpat, Livland (Tartu, Estonia). The letter has been sent over Woyens and stamped with the scarce box mark - Aus (über) Dänemark via Hamburg 2 – Porto von Woÿens” -. Transitmarks Hamburg and Eydtkühnen on reverse. Scarce.
Denmark, 1893, 23B,25B
Letter from Aarhus 5 December 1893 to Banana Point, Congo River, Independent State of Congo, West coast of Africa. Franked with five 4 øre and five 8 øre bicoloured peforation 14. 2.letter rate 1.1.1886 - 31.12.1898, only three 60 øre letters recorded to Belgian Congo (ref. Karsten Jensen registry.) Stamps with some defects can be expected for this rare destination.
Censored letter from Copenhagen 19 July 1945 to Horten, Norway. Censored, resealed and censor's numeral mark '466 DANMARK', returned to Mørkov and stamped 'Fra Udlandspostkontrollen / RETUR AFSENDEREN', manuscript on back 'Retur i Henhold til / indlagte seddel' - 'Denne Forsendelse kan ikke befordres uden Tilladelse fra Direktoratet for Vareforsyning, Vognmagergade 2, København K. / Udlandspostkontrollen'. Rare
Entire with inside dating Kiøbenhavn 7 March 1807 to Frørup, south east of Nyborg. ‘1-3’ noted on the back referring to the number on the letter list, Footpost letter list ‘146’ noted on the front, charged 3 sk. in red crayon for delivery by addressee. Postmarked ‘FP’ cancellation type 1, rarely found on letters sent to other cities in Denmark.
Danish West Indies, 1895
Insufficiently franked letter from St. Kitts 10 April 1895 to St. Thomas, Danish West Indies. A 2 1/2d Leward Islands stamp affixed, not obliterated, and on arrival at St. Thomas charged 10 cents. A note on the letter ‘ad S.T. 448/95’, possible because a clerical note about the missing postage, reception mark ‘ST: THOMAS 11/4 1895’. A rare and unusual postage due letter.
Wrapper band sent from Hadersleben 7 July 1864 to Bergedorf, Hamburg. Herzogth.Schleswig 1¼ Schilling green tied by Danish 3-ring numeral ‘23’ Haderslev with half-ring cds ‘BREGEDORF 8.7’. The letter rate for wrapper band until 4 lod was 1¼ Sch.Ct., a very rare wrapperband sent from Sønderjylland in superb quality.
1941 Christmas Metermark '8560 / CROME&GOLDSCHMIDT / JUL 1941' on business window envelope Copenhagen 23 December 1941, postage '008' øre.
Denmark, 1874, 16
Copenhagen Footpost parcel franked with 2 sk. bicolored IX printing pos. A7 cancelled with numeral '1' Copenhagen and datestamped oval Footpost mark 'FP 4 3/12 74' in black. A parcel accompanying the letter 'Hermed en Kasse KE K', inside the envelope a note 'Sent med Kaptain Tuesen, Korup Enke' and 'M. Thuesen, Nexö' on the flap. Up to 500 gram parcel letters could be shipped for the local footpost rate of only 2 sk, an extremely rare postal docuent from the Coopenhagen foot post service. A small beautiful envelope.
Hershend’s Air Mail from Bangkok 6 May 1926 to Copenhagen, with Copenhagen arrival 5 June 1926 manuscript and stamped on receipt in Copenhagen with round handstamp 'ROYAL SIAMESE LEGATION COPENHAGEN'. Franked with a provisional 2 Satang/14 block of four and cancelled with 'Bangkok P.O. No. 2'. Of the two Fokker planes, Herschend’s V2 made an emergency landing at a Burmese ricefield, Botved continued to Tokyo. Herschend’s machine had to wait for repair before returning to Copenhagen. 'A rare Danish Air Mail, with Herschend’s signature.
Denmark, 1915, 81
5 kr. Central Post Office 1915-issue. Superb centring and “KOLDING 12.2.1916 3-6E” cancellation.
Danish West Indies, 1908, 36
Domestic letter from St. Thomas 24 December 1915 to Christiansted. 10 BIT King Frederik VIII tied by LAP 'ST. THOMAS 24/12 1915', local CHRISTMAS SEAL 1915 on reverse and tied on reception at 'CHRISTIANSTED 24/12 1915', thus cancelled when arrived at Christiansted, very unusual. 10 BIT is the local letter rate within DWI.
8 sk. bicoulored normal frame pos. A40, with watermark, no gum, imperforate colour proof with right sheet margin. Very rare with full sheet margin (AFA P19B)
Letter from Copenhagen 28 May 1945 to Akron, Ohio, U.S.A. Stamped on front 'Postforbindelsen ikke aabnet. Retur Afs.' - On the 5th of May 1945 Denmark was liberated. Horizontal fold in envelope affecting the upper pair.
7 aur green Views and Buildings approved colour proof affixed on cardboard paper. The perforation is different here with line perforation 11½, the issued stamps is with comb perforation 14 x 14½. Only recorded.