Denmark stamps

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Flag of Denmark

Denmark, officially the Kingdom of Denmark together with Greenland and the Faroe Islands, is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe. It is the southernmost of the Nordic countries, southwest of Sweden and south of Norway, and bordered to the south by Germany. Denmark borders both the Baltic and the North Sea.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denmark

Location of  Denmark  (dark green)– on the European continent  (green & dark grey)– in the European Union  (green)  —  [Legend]


#178-80

 Scott: #178-80O

Issued: 11.3.1926

75th Anniversary Danish Stamps

#1 Inside #178: Denmark #1O

#2 Inside #179-80: Denmark #2O


#316

Scott: #316O

Issued: 9.10.1949

75 Anniversary, UPU

Inside #316: Pseudo Stamp


1951

Scott: #???O

Issued: ??.??.1951

Centenary Stamp Exhibition

#1 Inside #???: Denmark #1O

#2 Inside #???: Denmark #2O


#413

Scott: #413O

Issued: 10.10.1964

25th Anniversary, Stamp Day

Inside #413: Danish watermarks and perforations

(Denmark Type A6?)


#565

Scott: #565P

Issued: 27.2.1975

HAFNIA '76

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 Ferslew Essays 1852

Inside #565: Ferslew's Essays, 1849 and 1852O


#585

Scott: #585P

Issued: 20.11.1975

HAFNIA '76

#2 Inside #585: Denmark #2O

#1 Inside #585: Denmark #1O

#11 Inside #585: Denmark #11O

#19 Inside #585: Denmark #19O


#591

Scott: #591O

Issued: 17.6.1976

HAFNIA '76

Inside #591: Pseudo Stamp (?)


#737

Scott: #737P

Issued: 24.3.1983

50th Anniversary, Steel Plate Printed Stamps

#220 Inside #737: Denmark #220P


 

#772

#791

#825

Scott: #772O

Scott: #791O

Scott: #825O

Issued: 14.3.1985

Issued: 20.2.1986

Issued: 4.9.1986

HAFNIA '87

Inside #772, #791, #825: Pseudo Stamp / Emblem


#833

Scott: #833O

Issued: 26.2.1987

40th Anniversary, Danish Consumer Council

Inside #833: Pseudo Stamp


#843

 Scott: #843O

Issued: 27.8.1987

HAFNIA '87

#82

 

 

Inside #843: Denmark Type A15, 1912 (Pic #82)O

#843a

Scott: #843AO

http://www.artonstamps.org/Art-Gallery/Coach/coaches.htm


#880

Scott: #880O

Issued: 10.11.1989

50th Anniversary, Stamp Day

Inside #880: Pseudo Stamps


1998

Scott: #1092O

Issued: 28.05.1998

Post & Tele Museum

Inside #1092: Stamps on Envelopes


#1181-4

Scott: #1181-4O

Issued: 8.11.2000

The 20th Century, Communication

#2 Inside #1184: Denmark #2O

#1184a

Scott: #1184aO


#1198-1201

Scott: #1198-1201O

Issued: 1.4.2001

150th Anniversary, First Stamp of Denmark

#2 

Inside #1198-1201: Denmark #2 (partial)O

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Scott: #1199aO

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Scott: #1201a-I

Inside #1201a/ I: Denmark #2 (partial)O

Scan not available In margin of booklet pane: Denmark, pencil essay, 1851O

  #2 proof in red with cancel, 1851O

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Scott: #1201a-IIO

Inside #1201a/ II: Denmark #2 (partial)          

Scan not availableIn margin of booklet pane:  Denmark, Ferslew essays, 1849O

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Scott: #1201b (1201a-I, 1201a-II)O

150th Anniversary, First Stamp of Denmark

Scan not available Inside #1201b: ???O


#1210-3

Scott: #1210O, #1211O, #1212P, #1213O

Issued: 16.10.2001

HAFNIA '01 Exhibition

#757 Inside #1210: Denmark #757O

#1000 Inside #1210: Denmark #1000O

#775 Inside #1211: Denmark #775O

#1003 Inside #1211: Denmark #1003O

#1001 Inside #1212: Denmark #1001O

#B10 Inside #1212: Denmark #B10O

#1002 Inside #1213: Denmark #1002O

#74 Inside #1213: Denmark #74O

#1213a 

Scott: #1213aO

#1213b

Scott:#1213bO

The "simplified Glücksburg-sheet" was issued for the International Philatelic Exhibition HAFNIA '01 in Copenhagen, and shows the profiles of the most important sovereigns in the Glücksburg-Dynasty. Inserted on the individual stamps are stamp-images of their spouses, and the four castles belonging to the family, and still in current use. The sheet carries further the exhibition logo. 

Top row (left to right): Queen Margrethe II. Inserted are images of the Prince Consort Henri, and Marselisborg Castle (in Jutland), where the queen and her family favours to spend their holidays. 

King Fredeerik IX. Inserted are images of Queen Ingrid and Graasten Slot (Southern Jutland), where the late queen loved to assemble her huge family -- three daughters and eight grand-children.

Bottom row (left to right): King Christian X. Inserted are images of Queen Alexandrine, and Amalienborg Palace in the heart of Copenhagen, with the changing of the guard in front of the palace. 

King Christian IX. As there are no postage stamps depicting his wife, Queen Louise, a small stamp image showing the king has been inserted instead, together with an image of Fredensborg Castle (c. 40 km north of Copenhagen, where it all began, and the Glücksburg-Dynasty was founded. Today this castle is the residence of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary. 

http://glucksburg.heindorffhus.dk/frame-DenmarkChristian9.htm


denmark 1719   6 13 15

Scott: #1718O

(Die cut self adhesive on sheetlet strip)

Issued: 13.06.2015

Stamp Art: painting by Jesper Christiansen

 

 Inside #1718: Self - Denmark #1718 on envelope on desk

denmark fdc   6 13 15

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


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