St.Thomas April 21, 1903 to Denmark. Photo postcard without message. Printed Matter -
overpaid with 1 cent. Arrival postmark Hellerup May 12,
Most DWI postcards mailed in the early 1900´s foreign destinations were from tourists and were mailed to Europa or the USA.
The UPU had 2 cents foreign mail rate for postcards, and most foreign postcards with a bisected stamp had
no massage and was philatelic. The printed matter rate was 1 cent for the first 50 gram and 2 cents for 51-100 gram. A postcard with no massage mailed overseas - was overpaid by 1 cent since it qualified as printet matter which only required 1 cent postage.
During the 1 cent stamp depletion period, senders had no choice - but to overpay with a bisected stamp or pay 8 cents first class postage.