or number in set
|Denmark||05/09/1953||10øre||Facit 367||Jellinge Stone||10th Century stone from Jutland with runic inscriptions.|
|13/11/1953||15øre||Facit 370||Fort at Trelleborg, Denmark||.|
|28/02/1969||set of 2||Facit 501-2||
Five Merchant Ships
|Ship designs from five different silver coins found at Björkö in Mälar Lake, Sweden. This same design was used for issues from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, to mark Nordic postal co-operation, and the five ships signify the five countries.|
|24/09/1970||50øre||Facit 527||Shipbuilding||Design from the Bayeaux Tapestry|
|22/01/1976||70øre + 20øre||Facit 636||"Skuldelev I" viking longship||Issued for the Bicentenary of the USA Declaration of Independence.|
|14/06/1979||set of 2||Facit 713-4||Pendant from Bornholm, and key||.|
|19/06/80||80øre||Facit 729||Lindholm, Høje, Denmark||NEEDS CONFIRMATION !
Does this show a Viking burial site, with the stones in boat shape ?
|21/05/1985||set of 2||Facit 866-7||Canute the Holy, with Lund Cathedral (2kr80), and Helsingborg (3kr)||Joint issue with Sweden. 900th Anniversary of Knut's deed of gift to the see in Lund.|
|07/05/1992||set of 2||Facit 1052-3||Potato and maize.||Issued for the anniversary of Columbus's re-discovery of America, Denmark chose to show some American plant life, compared to the Columbus-centred issues from so many other countries,.|
|19/08/1993||3kr75||Facit 1088||Viking ship prow.||Winner of a children's design competition.|
|26/03/1998||3kr75||Facit 1205||Viking ship and Roskilde Cathedral.||1000th anniversary of Roskilde.|
|Faroe Islands||15/03/1982||set of 2||Facit 72-73||Viking Sea-routes.
Reconstruction over Viking house foundations.
|Europa issue "Historical Events".|
|10/04/1989||set of 2||Facit 184-5||Toy Boat.
|Europa issue "Children's Toys"|
|Viking Ship with North Atlantic Map.||Europa Issue "Discovery of America". Other stamp in set shows Columbus's "Santa Maria", and the two stamps were issues together in a miniature sheet (in which the stamp margins are slightly different).|
|Greenland||02/08/1982||2kr + 40øre||Facit 137||Erik the Red's ship in 982, at the discovery of Greenland.||First in a series of stamps commemorating Greenland's Millenary.|
|13/08/1999||set of 4||Facit 339-342
4kr75 Man with driftwood
5kr75 Indian arrow-head and Norwegian Coin (Olav Kyrre, c.1065-1080 AD)
8kr Tjodhilde's Church at Brattalid
|Commemorates the settlements in Greenland in the approximate period 1000AD to 1400 AD|
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