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238831
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54, 66 Blackish Blue (Facit #65b) pair [1902 15 øre Arms; 1904 20 øre Christian IX] (Fine) on 1 November 1905 registered package front to England. Scarcer stamps on covers and unusual use.
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16.00

221899
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56 pair, 43/43a on neat 35 øre correctly franked 1905 registered cover from "KJØBENHAVN *N*" to the U.S. with interesting Chicago receiving postmarks. Tear in top of cover, but looks nice. Unusual stamp combination; a pure UPU Arms franking.
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28.00

223427
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121, 116 x2, and 100 x2 [Christian X: 50 øre black and red violet, 40 øre black and violet, and 10 øre red (brilliant shade)] on unusual high-franking 1921 registered cover from AABENRAA to the U.S. Cover is seriously worn, however, the 50 øre is scarce on envelopes (i.e. not parcel card) and high-franking covers to foreign countries are seldom seen. Items such as this must be preserved.
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24.00

223438
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325 x3, 323, 334, 335 [1951 55 øre Brown Frederik IX and other values of set: 25 Light Blue, 30 Brownish Red, 40 Gray] (VF) on a 25 May 1954 registered airmail business-size envelope to the U.S. The envelope is a little aged, but the stamps are all VF. The rate is correct for 20 grams: 60 for surface rate to 20 grams, 40 registry fee, 4 x 40 airmail surcharge. The net of the three rate components make this rate possible only from 1 July 1953 through 31 March 1957. This unassuming cover is an extremely scarce item! The 55 øre Brown is rare on cover: AFA 2007 lists it at DKK 1200 = US$210 for a typical usage. This usage is much more interesting, with three examples of the stamp and the franking is "pure" Frederik IX!
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175.00

215194
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238C pair, 238F (F-VF) on March 1940 registered legal-size cover to U.S., from RINGSTED, with Nazi censorship.
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20.00

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