Scandinavian Collectors Club

    • Lot No.: 1. Danish West Indies: Part 1, Danish West Indies of “The Scandinavian Postal Stationary Lexicon” ─ Descriptive Listing o
    • Description: Part 1, Danish West Indies of “The Scandinavian Postal Stationary Lexicon” ─ Descriptive Listing of Scandinavian Postal Stationery, by Victor E. Engstrom, North Jersey Scandinavian Collectors Club Chapter 9, 60 pages, 1968 to 1970, profusely illustrated, paperback, good condition. Useful descriptive priced (albeit dated) catalogue of DWI stamped envelopes, postal cards, and double postal cards (message cards with attached reply cards). EMV = $5, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 5.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 2. Denmark: An Introduction to the Postal History of Denmark, 1624-1950
    • Description: An Introduction to the Postal History of Denmark, 1624-1950, by David Cornelius, Stuart Rossiter Trust Fund, Bristol, England, 2004, xxii + 346 pages, profusely illustrated in black-and-white, hardbound with dust jacket, ISBN 0-9545207-0-X, pristine. More than just an introduction, this 8½” x 12” handbook is essential for collectors of Danish postal history in seven parts covering background and general information, the inland post, foreign mails, mail transport, wartime and military mails, postal rates, fees and charges, and additional notes and references, plus six pages of indices of subjects and abbreviations. CMV = $90, Starting bid = $36.
    • Market Value: 90.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 3. Denmark: The Private Local Posts of Denmark
    • Description: The Private Local Posts of Denmark, in English, by Sten Christensen and Sigurd Ringström, Trelleborg Philatelic Society, Trelleborg, Sweden, 1974, 200 pages, profusely illustrated (some color), standard edition without reprints, hardbound, pristine (dust jacket just fair). Authoritative handbook and priced (in US$) catalogue on this subject, starting with Holte Landpost, Kjøbenhavn posts, and Adams Express, then proceeding alphabetically with the city byposts from Aalborg through Viborg. Contains extensive listings of the stamps and plate flaws and other varieties as well as all postal stationery items, includes valuable background (history and geography) of Danish private posts and postal history specifics of all of the private posts covered. In previous SCCL Auctions, copies of this same book realized $47 and $45, respectively. CMV = $57, Starting bid = $35.
    • Market Value: 57.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 4. Denmark: Filatelistisk Bibliografi / Philatelic Bibliography,
    • Description: Filatelistisk Bibliografi / Philatelic Bibliography, in Danish, by Pierre Terrisse, AFA Forlaget, Aarhus, Denmark, 1986, 224 pages, softbound, ISBN 87-7012-140-0, excellent condition. Bibliography of articles in Danish philatelic periodicals by subject, useful reference source. CMV= $11, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 11.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 5. Denmark / Periodical: A comprehensive run of 100 different 1985 through 2011 quarterly issues of NFT
    • Description: A comprehensive run of 100 different 1985 through 2011 quarterly issues of NFT / Nordisk Filatelistisk Tidsskrift (Nordic Philatelic Journal), lacking only eight issues (1986 #4, 1993 #4, 1995 #s1-4, 2000 #2, and 2008 #2). NFT is the premier journal of Nordic philately, a slick quarterly publication of the Copenhagen Philatelists Club, in Danish, 6¾” x 9⅝” staple-bound paperback, profusely illustrated in black-and-white until June 1995 when some color illustrations were introduced and steadily increased to March 2003 when NFT became full color. Total numbered pages range from 128 to 200 per year, with an average (mean) count of 43 pages per issue over the course of this 27-year run. A remarkable amount of information herein, with an emphasis on Denmark and Danish areas, including in-depth research articles on stampless covers to modern postal history, 19th and 20th century stamp issues and their usage on mail, plating studies, and a variety of other subjects and countries considered. EMV= $400, Starting bid = $50.Caution to non-U.S. bidders: The shipping weight of this lot is ~29 pounds and postage will cost the buyer ~$122.50 to Canada and ~$125.10 to Europe; by contrast, cost of library mail to a U.S. address is ~$15.97.
    • Market Value: 400.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018