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Denmark: Covers: 1942-1947 Christian X  
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281, 286B [1942 15 øre and 1945 50 øre Christian X] (VF) on 28 October 1946 air cover to Czechoslovakia. Correct 65 øre air rate. Unusual destination right after WWII.
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9.00

223436
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282 x2, 283 [1942 20 øre and 1943 25 øre Christian X] (VF) on 23 August 1946 air cover to Czechoslovakia. Correct 65 øre air rate. Unusual destination right after WWII.
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8.00

215198
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285 dark color 287 light color [35, 60 øre Christian X] and 293 [20 øre Ole Rømer] (VF) on 15 November 1944 unsealed registered cover, from København 11, to Norway, with "Ak" Nazi censorship; sent by a stamp dealer. The Ak censor handstamp was used because the contents was likely unsealed printed matter and did not require individual censoring. The 115 øre franking puzzles me; deducting 30 øre for registration, 85 øre postage does not match up to any rate or combination of rates that I can find. If the letter contained anything other than printed matter (though obviously at least the letter rate was paid), it would have been sealed. However, I cannot imagine the sender wasting too much postage during the war with a gross overfranking. At the same time, I do not see any obvious philatelic or commemorative purpose of such a cover.
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20.00

215202
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286 pair [40 øre Christian X] (VF) on 5 February 1948 cover to the U.S. Originally marked for "5 gram" rate, but was covered over with air label. The surface (or 5 gram) rate was 40 øre and the air surcharge for 5 grams (when an airmail label was applied) was 40 øre for a total of 80 øre. If this cover weighed over 5 grams, the postage would be been (at least) 120 øre, not 80 øre. The sender wanted to insure air service; at this point, the "5 gram" service was only by air when space was available.
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13.00

215203
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286 3-strip [40 øre Christian X] (VF) on 21 December 1948 airmail cover to the U.S. 120 øre franking for 40 øre base surface rate plus 40 øre per 5 grams air surcharge. Attractive.
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12.00

215204
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286 x5 [40 øre Christian X] on 14 December 1948 cover to the U.S. Though not marked as such, must have been airmail, between 15 and 20 grams. The base surface rate was 40 øre up to 20 grams; the air surcharge was 40 øre per 5 grams. Stamps a little soiled, but cover is VF. Covers with this amount of postage are seldom seen on smaller-size envelopes such as this.
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15.00

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