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241414
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Denmark 1951 100th Anniversary of Danish Stamps souvenir card. Scott #1 and #2 reproductions (enlarged size) with reproduction target cancellation and background reproduction of burelage as on the issued stamps. Text engraved; burelage background probably offset printed; other elements typographed. VERSION WITHOUT A PRICE IN BOTTOM MARGIN.
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6.00

241415
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Denmark 1951 100th Anniversary of Danish Stamps souvenir card. Scott #1 and #2 reproductions (enlarged size) with reproduction target cancellation and background reproduction of burelage as on the issued stamps. Text engraved; burelage background probably offset printed; other elements typographed. SCARCER VERSION WITH "Kr. 1,00" PRICE IN BOTTOM MARGIN.
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12.00

241416
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Denmark Scott #370 [World Refugee Year overprint] on souvenir card for "world refugee year 7 april 1960". Text and image are engraved, printed in brown. Stamp usually canceled 8 June 1960, but date may vary. Seldom offered.
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10.00

241930
1968 "DANIA 68" stamp show souvenir card reproducing four essays (unapproved stamp designs) for modern Danish stamp issues, against a background image of the early KÝbenhavn central city (celebrating 800th anniversary of the city founding). The show was "under the protection of" Prince Henrik; the card bears his silhouette image and a blue facsimile of his signature at upper left. According to text printed on the back of card, the essays were designed by the Danish stamp designer, then at the United Nations, Olav S. Mathiesen; his signature usually appears at the bottom. Though I have never seen them listed or cataloged anywhere, there are multiple versions of the card: 1) The Mathiesen signature may be a printed facsimile in blue (thin lines); or may be hand-signed (thicker lines), in at least two styles; or perhaps (?) signature not present at all, though the text on the back of the card states that all cards are "signed by hand by the artist himself" (certainly not always true). 2) The card exists without serial number; or with serial number in blue (I have seen a picture, but have not had in 46 years); or with serial number in green (seems to be scarce); or with serial number in black; or with serial number in red (probably very scarce; I have only seen one in 46 years). All numbered examples I have seen have the number in the lower left corner. The only unnumbered examples that I have recorded all also have the Mathiesen printed facsimile signature. In my experience, all versions are surprisingly hard to find. This card version is with Mathiesen printed facsimile signature and with a RED serial number.

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241927
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1968 "DANIA 68" stamp show souvenir card reproducing four essays (unapproved stamp designs) for modern Danish stamp issues, against a background image of the early KÝbenhavn central city (celebrating 800th anniversary of the city founding). The show was "under the protection of" Prince Henrik; the card bears his silhouette image and a blue facsimile of his signature at upper left. According to text printed on the back of card, the essays were designed by the Danish stamp designer, then at the United Nations, Olav S. Mathiesen; his signature usually appears at the bottom. Though I have never seen them listed or cataloged anywhere, there are multiple versions of the card: 1) The Mathiesen signature may be a printed facsimile in blue (thin lines); or may be hand-signed (thicker lines), in at least two styles; or perhaps (?) signature not present at all, though the text on the back of the card states that all cards are "signed by hand by the artist himself" (certainly not always true). 2) The card exists without serial number; or with serial number in blue (I have seen a picture, but have not had in 46 years); or with serial number in green (seems to be scarce); or with serial number in black; or with serial number in red (probably very scarce; I have only seen one in 46 years). All numbered examples I have seen have the number in the lower left corner. The only unnumbered examples that I have recorded all also have the Mathiesen printed facsimile signature. In my experience, all versions are surprisingly hard to find. This card version is with Mathiesen printed facsimile signature and without a serial number.
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241928
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1968 "DANIA 68" stamp show souvenir card reproducing four essays (unapproved stamp designs) for modern Danish stamp issues, against a background image of the early KÝbenhavn central city (celebrating 800th anniversary of the city founding). The show was "under the protection of" Prince Henrik; the card bears his silhouette image and a blue facsimile of his signature at upper left. According to text printed on the back of card, the essays were designed by the Danish stamp designer, then at the United Nations, Olav S. Mathiesen; his signature usually appears at the bottom. Though I have never seen them listed or cataloged anywhere, there are multiple versions of the card: 1) The Mathiesen signature may be a printed facsimile in blue (thin lines); or may be hand-signed (thicker lines), in at least two styles; or perhaps (?) signature not present at all, though the text on the back of the card states that all cards are "signed by hand by the artist himself" (certainly not always true). 2) The card exists without serial number; or with serial number in blue (I have seen a picture, but have not had in 46 years); or with serial number in green (seems to be scarce); or with serial number in black; or with serial number in red (probably very scarce; I have only seen one in 46 years). All numbered examples I have seen have the number in the lower left corner. The only unnumbered examples that I have recorded all also have the Mathiesen printed facsimile signature. In my experience, all versions are surprisingly hard to find. This card version is with Mathiesen hand signature, with horizontal line in leading "O", and with a GREEN serial number.
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20.00

241929
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1968 "DANIA 68" stamp show souvenir card reproducing four essays (unapproved stamp designs) for modern Danish stamp issues, against a background image of the early KÝbenhavn central city (celebrating 800th anniversary of the city founding). The show was "under the protection of" Prince Henrik; the card bears his silhouette image and a blue facsimile of his signature at upper left. According to text printed on the back of card, the essays were designed by the Danish stamp designer, then at the United Nations, Olav S. Mathiesen; his signature usually appears at the bottom. Though I have never seen them listed or cataloged anywhere, there are multiple versions of the card: 1) The Mathiesen signature may be a printed facsimile in blue (thin lines); or may be hand-signed (thicker lines), in at least two styles; or perhaps (?) signature not present at all, though the text on the back of the card states that all cards are "signed by hand by the artist himself" (certainly not always true). 2) The card exists without serial number; or with serial number in blue (I have seen a picture, but have not had in 46 years); or with serial number in green (seems to be scarce); or with serial number in black; or with serial number in red (probably very scarce; I have only seen one in 46 years). All numbered examples I have seen have the number in the lower left corner. The only unnumbered examples that I have recorded all also have the Mathiesen printed facsimile signature. In my experience, all versions are surprisingly hard to find. This card version is with Mathiesen hand signature, without horizontal line in leading "O", and with a BLACK serial number.
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241932
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1975 "Martinus William Ferslew 1801-1852" official Hafnia 76 souvenir card, bearing Scott #565 souvenir sheet which pictures Ferslew essays (unaccepted designs) for the first Danish stamps. 27 February 1975 first day cancellation (the design in the center of the cancel is also an early Ferslew essay sketch). Reproduction signatures of Ricardo Sundgaard (director of the Danish post office) and Czeslaw Slania, the engraver of this souvenir sheet. Numbered in black on reverse. This souvenir card is harder to find that you might expect.
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241931
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1976 (?) Souvenir Card reproducing the classic essay portrait of Frederick VII, originally engraved by M.W. Ferslew ca.1850 as a partial design proposal for the first Danish stamp issue. Printed by typography in blue on thin, watermarked paper, by the modern-day Ferslew firm. I suspect that this was created for distribution at or in conjunction with the Hafnia 1976 stamp show (because it was found among other Hafnia 76 items). However, this is the only example I have seen in 46 years and I do not have any supporting documentation or references; my Internet searches have not found any images of this particular item. I welcome further information, reports of examples, reports of other versions, etc., and to buy any such items.
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25.00

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