bi-coloured descripes the links
between the "bi-coloured" postal stationery and stamps.
Imprinted stamps descripes the
different types of the bi-coloured stamp imprints.
about the essays made prior to the postal stationery.
the cliches, that the postal cards are printed with -
together with photos taken around year 1900 of the making
of the cliches at the printer.
a list of all relevant literature.
Catalog is a complete
catalog with prices. If you want to buy or trade with
Danish or Scandinavian collectors and dealers, we mostly
use the catalogs of Mr. Ringström (1968 and 1985) and
Mr. Oluf Pedersen (1985 and 1999). Germans use the Michel catalog. These catalogs have a different
on this website, you find a cross reference catalog
numbering key to the Higgins & Gage,
Michel, Ringström and Pedersen numbering.
cards, Reply cards, Letter
cards and Wrappers gives an
introduction to the different postal stationery types with
bi-coloured stamp imprints. In
frames, I show a lot of
new varieties in the early (small) postal cards.
the different colour shades of blue that are often
difficult to destinguish.
all rates for danish postal cards in the period with
pictures of postal stationery with most rates,
and postmarks shows the Danish postmarks
used in the bi-coloured period.
stationery you will find a general
description of postal stationery and examples of
different danish postal stationery.
more than 100 links to other websites on postal stationery. Trade gives
you the possibility to contact me regarding buying/selling/trading postal
Site map gives you an overview of
the content on this website, and search gives
you the possibility to search on all of this website.
the most interesting postal stationery of my collection and my
five frame exhibit: "Postal Stationery
Postal Cards of Denmark 1871-1879".