Franked with 1 cent - 5 cents and a besected -total 8 cents.
The letter has 4 ring ship postmark and a "C" on the back and an arrival postmark St.Thomas April 7.
The bisected stamp was not accepted because the bisected could not be used
with other stamps, therefore stamped "T"
On Convention in Paris in 1878, it was decided that lack of postage (in centimeters) were applied in black numbers next to the stamps. The post office in København would then charge double porto
converted in danish currency.
Not Accepted (missing postage) 2 cents -( 10 centimeters was applied, "16 øre in red" The 1 cent and 5 cents stamps were accepted for 6 cents.
In Copenhagen, there was uncertainty about the rules
for using bisected stamps with other stamps and as they had previously been asked to repay not accepted porto - the bisected was accepted and stamped Købehavn April 24 1903.