ICELAND – 1933, 1k-10k Hopflug Air Post overprint – worth US.$2,600

The first airmail issues that were actually inscribed “FLUGFRIMERKI” or “FLIGHT STAMPS” did not appear until 1934. 1k-10k Hopflug Air Post overprint was released on June 16, 1933. One of … Read More

ICELAND – 1902-03, 20a blue with red overprint stamp – worth US.$.8,500

20a blue with red overprint is one of the most impressive Icelandic stamps that are definitely worth collectors’ attention. It is so scarce because of an overprint error (it had … Read More

ICELAND – 1883, 10a red carmine “I Gildi” overprinted in black – worth US.$.8,512

10a red carmine with a black overprint is one of the Crowned Numeral Iceland stamps that were overprinted and re-issued in 1902 and 1903. With the release of the King … Read More

ICELAND – 1902-03, 25a yellow brown & blue with black overprint – worth US.$.11,000

25a yellow brown and blue with black overprint is one of the rarest major-type Crowned Numeral Iceland stamps that were overprinted and re-issued in 1902 and 1903. They are all … Read More

ICELAND – 1876, 10a blue Official on letter – worth US.$.17,000

1876 10a Blue Ultramarine official is one of those Icelandic stamps. The most valuable specimen is tied to a rare 1877 folded letter sent to Gudrunarkoti. The letter features central … Read More

ICELAND – 1897, 3a on 5a green stamp – worth US.$.23,000

3a on 5a green stamp, 1897 is one of the most remarkable Icelandic philatelic items from the “Posthorn & Crown Numerals” series. The example with the «3 prir» surcharges, either … Read More

ICELAND – 1898, 40a lilac block of four – worth US.$.26,000

40a lilac stamp is a spectacular Icelandic definitive issue. The unique block of four 40a lilac stamps is especially valuable and popular among stamp collectors. Of the 40 recorded examples, … Read More

ICELAND – 1874, 4s green stamp on cover – worth US.$.31,815

4s green stamp is a remarkable Icelandic philatelic items, only 50,000 copies of which were issued. But the rarest specimen is that one, which is attached to a cover sent … Read More

ICELAND – 1876, 5 Aur Perforation – worth US.$.32,890

5 Aur Perforation stamp is an exceptional Icelandic philatelic item. The stamp is designed in a brown colour and its denomination is shown inside of a crown. It is very … Read More

ICELAND – 1873, 3 Skilling on cover – worth US.$.91,000

3 Skilling is one of the first definitive postage stamps of Iceland that was issued in 1873. The pair of 3sk gray in combination with 2sk on cover, all tied … Read More