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Auction Date: September 25th-26th, 2020
from: 25. September 2020 10:30 CEST
  • Cuba Spanish Colony

    • Lot 5
    • 1 I

    Description
    Forwarded from Havana A wide margin copy 2 RBS Ferslew with centrally placed mute canc. on a cover forwarded from Cuba to a private company S.H. Gjörup who altered the adressee's name, franked it and brought it for delivery to the foot post office. Blue foot post mark "F:P: 29.5.52". Such forwarded matters are recorded with 2 RBS Thiele but extremely rare with the Ferslew printing. Certs Møller and Lasse Nielsen. EXHIBITION RARITY.

    After-Auction-Sale
    3000.00 EUR

  • Danish West Indies Cancellations and seals

    • Lot 74
    • 21a+22a+27

    Description
    Beautiful three colour franking on cover to Danish West Indies with 3 sk. grey and purple, 4 sk. carmine rose and grey together with 48 sk. brown and lilac making the correct 55 sk. rate canc. "1" and "KJÖBENHAVN K.B 29.10", inside dated 1871. Cert. Møller. SCARCE.

    Sold at Auction
    500.00 EUR

  • United States Postage due stamps

    • Lot 142

    Description
    Two covers with contents sent to United States from the "Crookerland expedition 1913-1917" in northern Greenland. One censored cover with stamp taken off and one cover sent unfranked via Denmark with American postage due. Cert Wowern. One additional letter (without envelope) included. All pictured on our website.
    Entire lot scanned

    Sold at Auction
    340.00 EUR

  • United States Postal stationery

    • Lot 143

    Description
    "1925 Polar Mail / Mac MILLAN AERIAL ARCTIC EXPEDITION" blue special cachet on 1 cent green postcard dated "FIRST LEG" June 10. Canc. "BOSTON MASS JUN 11 1905". Sender Harry A. Truby.

    Sold at Auction
    60.00 EUR

  • Danish West Indies Pre-philately

    • Lot 292

    Description
    Oval cachet "ST.THOMAS FOREIGN LETTER OFFICE" in black on reverse of letter dated "San Tomas 19de Octubre 1860" sent by ship "Rapido" to Carupano.

    Sold at Auction
    220.00 EUR


    • Lot 293

    Description
    1862 cover from St.Thomas to Puerto Rico consigned a "ST.THOMAS / EXPRESS OFFICE" (DAKA 1997 = DKK 6.500) from Spanish PO in St.Thomas. Blue green due mark "1 1/2". Arrival mark "PUERTO-RICO 31 DIC 62".

    Sold at Auction
    2300.00 EUR


    • Lot 294

    Description
    Duplex canc. "C51" & "ST.THOMAS de 11 76" sent to Uzes, FRANCE. EXCELLENT.

    Sold at Auction
    850.00 EUR


    • Lot 295

    Description
    2d blue in horizontal strip of six on envelope sent from British PO to Harwick, Scotland. Canc. with "C51" at St.Thomas. Part of arrival mark on the reverse. This combination of the 1s rate (1863 - 1877) is not recorded in DAKA 1897 and no cover to Scotland is recorded. A back flap of the envelope is missing otherwise VERY FINE & RARE.

    Sold at Auction
    850.00 EUR

  • Danish West Indies

    • Lot 296
    • 1a

    Description
    Very beautiful 3 c. carmine originally gummed in Copenhagen with white gum, clear to wide margins and a fantastic mute canc. F=40.000+. Cert Møller. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    1300.00 EUR


    • Lot 297
    • 1b

    Description
    3 cents carmine with yellow gum without hinge trace. A fresh and very beautiful copy. F=6.500+. Cert. Møller. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    650.00 EUR


    • Lot 298
    • 2

    Description
    Full margin pair 3 cents rose plate II Nos 3+4 both with significant plate flaws. F=3.000++. EXCELLENT.

    Sold at Auction
    100.00 EUR


    • Lot 299
    • 2

    Description
    A beautiful corner margin block of 16 pos. 67-70/77-80/87-90/97-100 incl. major cliché flaws in pos. 70, 80, 90 and 100. Pos. 69 with a production related paper flaw. Pos. 70 is the largest cliché flaw in plate II: retouched SE spandrel (AFA specialized No. 2z=DKK ca. 6.000). Cert. Møller. EXCELLENT UNIT.

    Sold at Auction
    1700.00 EUR


    • Lot 300
    • 4

    Description
    4 cents blue with beautiful mute canc. F=6.000. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    280.00 EUR

  • Danish West Indies Postal stationery

    • Lot 301
    • 5i

    Description
    2 cents blue stationery envelope additionally franked with 1 cent 9th printing sent locally from "ST:THOMAS 16.5.1896". Sign. Møller. EXCELLENT.

    Sold at Auction
    150.00 EUR

  • Danish West Indies

    • Lot 302
    • 6dv^2

    Description
    Pearl flaw pos. 83 on beautiful 3 c. dark carmine and deep blue with small part of canc. One slightly shorter perf. at upper margin. F=6.000.

    Sold at Auction
    140.00 EUR


    • Lot 303
    • 7a

    Description
    Scarce 4 cents 1st printing (ultramarine) canc. "ST.THOMAS 15.2.1878". F=3.500. VERY FINE.

    Sold at Auction
    300.00 EUR


    • Lot 304
    • 8b

    Description
    Single 5 cents 2nd printing on cover from "ST.THOMAS 5.11.1881" sent to San Juan, PUERTO RICO. VERY FINE & SCARCE.

    Sold at Auction
    750.00 EUR


    • Lot 305
    • 10g

    Description
    Single 10 cents 7th printing on envelope from "FREDERIKSTED 8.1.1896" via "ST:THOMAS 10.1.1896" to Copenhagen with arrival mark "3.2.96". F=3.500. Sign. Møller. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    260.00 EUR


    • Lot 306
    • 11b

    Description
    12 cents 2nd printing with upright canc. "ST:THOMAS 16.5.1896". F=3.000. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    260.00 EUR


    • Lot 307
    • 12

    Description
    A flawless copy of 14 cents lilac/green with a light strike of mute 5-ring cancel with sector wedge. Perfect perforation, centered to the bottom. F=16.000. Cert. Lasse Nielsen. VERY FINE COPY.

    Sold at Auction
    440.00 EUR


    • Lot 308
    • 13+21

    Description
    Very beautiful small piece with 50 c. violet together with 5 c. blue canc. "ST. THOMAS 9.2 1903". F=4.300.

    Sold at Auction
    100.00 EUR


    • Lot 309
    • 14v^1

    Description
    Normal frame on lightly canc. 1 c. red lilac and green. F=7.500. SCARCE.

    Sold at Auction
    200.00 EUR


    • Lot 310
    • 16b

    Description
    Pair 4 cents 4th printing on cover from "FREDERIKSTED 5.1.1905" to New York. Arrival marks 12.1 & 13.1. SUPERB

    Sold at Auction
    300.00 EUR


    • Lot 311
    • 16bv^1

    Description
    A scarce inverted frame 4 cents 4th printing in pair with normal frame pos. 51+52. Sheet margin at left. F=6.000. Cert. Lasse Nielsen. VERY FINE & RARE.

    Sold at Auction
    300.00 EUR


    • Lot 312
    • 18

    Description
    Very fresh never hinged block of four with upper margin of 10 c. dark red brown and blue. F=10.000.

    Sold at Auction
    160.00 EUR

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