Iceland, 1897, 8B
10 aur oval issue - canceled with crown 'HÖSKULDSTADUR' in black, superbly cancelled.
GBP 126.00
Denmark, 1871
Pair 48 sk. bicoulored normal frame pos. pos. 89-90, with watermark, no gum, imperforate colour proof with right sheet margin. Very rare with full sheet margin (AFA P21B)
GBP 1,006.00
Iceland, 1886, 15
40 aur light-liac II printing perforation 14 x 13½, cancelled with DANISH grotesque type cds ‘KJØBENHAVN.III 4/7 1POST’ – Extremely beautiful stamp and maybe the best cancelled copy of this printing.
GBP 503.00
Faroe Islands, 1947
Printed matter BARNATIDINDI postmarked Trangisvaag 3 March 1947. 6 øre orange wavy-line paying the 6 øre printed matter inland rate 10.7.1940 – 1.7.1952.
GBP 84.00
Denmark, 1871
16 sk. bicoulored normal frame pos. A70, with watermark, no gum, imperforate colour proof with right sheet margin. Very rare with full sheet margin (AFA P20B)
GBP 503.00
Denmark, 1852, 2bx
Thiele 2 Rigsbankskilling type 2 disjoined foot in pair, plate I type 10 & 2, pos. 48-58 with black numeral 1 cancellation. Clearly visible disjoined foot in pair with huge margins.
Price on request
Denmark, 1874, 18
Registered letter from Korsør to Copenhagen August 22, 1874 franked with strip of three 4 sk. bicoloured tied by duplex 37. 8 sk. registration fee and 4 sk. letter rate. List no. 53 and boxed Anbefalet. Fine cover
GBP 126.00
Denmark, 1965
25 øre brown King Frederik IX with additional 15 øre wavy-line, printing 206. EB 131. Rare.
GBP 210.00
Iceland, 1903
”ARDEGIS ”posted to late for morning delivery” mark in violet on front of local 3 aur King Christian IX stationery, Reykjavik December 13, 1903. Fine and clean Ardegis strike, lightly creased card.
GBP 335.00
Denmark, 1935
Airmail letter sent from Odense to Paraguay 19 November 1935 bearing 5 øre HC Andersen and three 1 kr. Airmail stamp tied by Odense CDS. This flight from Africa to South America is aboard the 2nd pendular flight. A short time in November 1935 the ship was taken ashore for repairs and flights was carried out by a Zeppeliner across the Atlantic sea.
GBP 839.00
Denmark, 1911, 37
Domestic letter sent from Kingshill 24 August 1911 to St. Thomas. 10 BIT King Frederik VIII red/red tied by KINGSHILL 24/8 1911 LAP1, with ST. THOMAS 25/8 1911 LAP4 receiving mark on reverse.
GBP 293.00
Denmark, 1916
10 øre Chr. IX postcard from Copenhagen 28 April 1916 to Reykjavik, Iceland. Sent from S/S Vesta mentioning sailing route via Scotland.
GBP 34.00
Denmark, 1921, 68,113
Parcel letter (Adressekort) 800 gram from Copenhagen Railroad station 21 October 1921 to Udbygade, Nørrebro, Copenhagen. Block of four 20 øre re-union, sinle and pair 5 øre King Christian X tied by 3-ring 'K 2' Esrom type alongside swiss type 'KJØBENHAVN21.10.21 6 1/4-7 E 17 *B.* ', parcel label '390 Kjøbenhavn B..'. Vagn Jensen recorded from 3.3.1910 - 5.10.1916, this letter is postmarked October 1921.
GBP 126.00
Denmark, 1957
Freight Bill „s/s Skjelskør” of the DAMPSKIBSELSKABET SKJELSKØR dated 3 December 1957, franked with 5, 10 and 50 ØRE freight stamps, for 4 1/2 kg. tobacco sent from Skjælskør to Omø. Rare
GBP 461.00
Denmark, 1929, RE19
Advertising pair '10 øre green BUICK' 2nd emblem (AFA type t) on postcard from Korsør 5 March 1929 to Copenhagen.
GBP 168.00
Denmark, 1930, RE24
Advertising pair '10 øre green CHEVROLET' 2nd emblem (AFA type w) on postcard from Korsør 17 February 1930 to Copenhagen.
GBP 126.00
Danish West Indies, 1891
Printed matter wrapper band sent from St. Thomas to Jersey City 10 March 1891 bearing two 1 cents VI printing tied by “St. Thomas” CDS. Printed matters are extremely unusual from Danish West Indies, small defect on lower left corner of stamp.
GBP 419.00
Danish West Indies, 1890
Letter sent from St. Thomas to Jersey City 31 December 1890 bearing a 10 cents V printing tied by “St. Thomas” CDS and NY transit and Jersey City arrival mark on reverse.
GBP 210.00
Denmark, 1908, 40
Letter from St. Thomas 28 December 1908 to nearby neighbour Island, Tortola. 25 BIT blue/blue Frederik VIII, I printing with medillion shifred exposing a white are above the Kings head, tied by CHRISTIANSTED 28/12 1908 LAP2, transit mark St. Thomas 28/12 on reversing and receiving mark on reverse ROAD-TOWN / TORTOLA V.I. / 8 AM / DE 31 / 1908. Within a 300 miles zone in the Caribbean area a favored rate of 25 BIT were in use from 15.7.1905 – 31.12.1909, a quite scarce DVI letter rate.
GBP 629.00
Denmark, 1862, 3, 8
Letter sent from Copenhagen to Barth 17 November 1862 bearing a 2 sk. 1855 and pair of 8 sk. 1858-issue, both tied by duplex “181 - SJ.JB.P.SP.B. 2 TOG” alongside boxed “Aus Dänemark” with transit marks “KDOPA Hamburg”, 2-ring “HAMBURG” and two-ring “BAHNHOF-HAGENOW” on reverse. Rare combination.
Price on request
Denmark, 1946
Letter from an Austrian refugee, Josef Ulm, sent from the Austrian Refugee Camp Tarp, Esbjerg to Christiansminde, Svenborg on 3 April 1946, returned to Esbjerg witih backstamped message 'moved, where not known' - with scarce label affixed 'Kun gyldig i Danmark / Interneret Post-forsendelse / Portofri' - tied by postmark.
GBP 168.00