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.
10 øre Chr. IX postcard from Copenhagen 28 April 1916 to Reykjavik, Iceland. Sent from S/S Vesta mentioning sailing route via Scotland.
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.
Denmark, 1929, RE19
Advertising pair '10 øre green BUICK' 2nd emblem (AFA type t) on postcard from Korsør 5 March 1929 to Copenhagen.
Denmark, 1930, RE24
Advertising pair '10 øre green CHEVROLET' 2nd emblem (AFA type w) on postcard from Korsør 17 February 1930 to Copenhagen.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
Letter from Refugee at Rye Refugee camp 16 October 1946 to Bramsche, Osnabrück, Germany. Backstamped with hand stamp in red ink 'Flygtningelejren / „ Rye Flyverplads” ', letter inside.
Unpaid parcel letter from Copenhagen 6 November 1879 to Frankurt a/m, Germany. Parcel registration label 'Fra Kbh. Pakke. 679' and cds 'KJØBENHAVN PP 6/11', Slesvig border transit mark boxed 'Aus /über) Dänemark / via Hamburg 2 / Porto von Woyens'. Charged '100' in blue crayon, backstamped Hamburg 7/11 and Frankfurt a/m 8/11 79. Rare sealing label in blue on back ' ·KONGL.BREVPOSTKONTOR / KIØBENHAVN.' with crown and posthorn in the seal.
Parcel letter from Copenhagen 13 August 1871 to Potsdam, Germany. Hand stamp 'KIØBENHAVN 13/8' and parcel registration label 'Fra Kbh. Pakkep. 548' and Slesvig transit Train Post Office TPO boxed 'Aus (über) Dänemark / via Woÿens.' and 'Auslagen' in red. Blue crayon '4/6' 4 Sgr. (4 sk. per pound, but minimum 16 sk.) Danish share and 6 Sgr. German share (Rayon IV 8-120 mil) 4 Sgr. pr. 2 pound but minimum 6 Sgr., total charge 0f 10 Sgr. '10' blue ink.
Denmark, 1915, 68
Postcard from Soldiers dated Gudumholm, 28 November 1915 to Aurillac, France. Photocard with soldier friends, sent to prisoner 'Soldat Christian Birch de Apenrade, 6'/86' Nr. 4618, Depôt spécial de Prisoniers de Gùerre, Aurillac, Cantal, France'. Censored and hand stamp 2-ring oval cachet ' Depôt spécial de Prisoniers de Gùerre / VISE / AURILLAC '.
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.