Denmark’s third type of stamps were issued in the period from 1854 to 1857. They have the same design as the first stamp (4 RBS from 1851), i.e. with a crown, sword, and sceptre in the center and with dotted filling of the corners (dotted spandrels). A series of 4 stamps: 2 skilling (sk.), 4 sk., 8 sk. and 16 sk. were issued. The stamps were drawn and engraved by J. Buntzen and printed by H. H. Thiele. Today’s stamp is a mint 16 sk. stamp issued in 1957. It has a CV of around 2.000 $ for a post fresh copy.