Postage Stamps and Postal History of Denmark

This is an overview of the postage stamps and postal history of Denmark.

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Postage Stamps And Postal History Of Denmark - Postal Stationery
... Postal stationery envelopes were produced in Denmark from 21 December 1864 till 1967 during which time a total of 78 different items were produced ... The local postal rate for letters was discontinued after 1 April 1957 ... The postal rates were the same as the envelopes ...

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