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Displaying 5 Lots in Category - Netherlands



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C of A - Postal History


150

PS

A+/A-

1912usages of Fullface 1d Letter Cards 'MOSMAN BAY...' (Ferry in Mid-Distance) & 'LOG TRAIN...' both uprated with South Australian d & 1d, the first is superb but philatelic. (Qty 2)

250.00

No longer available

MISCELLANEOUS


792

O

Five stockbookswith an extensive heavily duplicated array all soaked-off 1930s-1950s office mail - weep!! - with many better stamps including Austria Birds 10s x2 (Cat 150); Holland 1946 Wilhelmina 5g green x10 (600) & 10g violet x10 including a pair (600), 1949-51 Juliana 10g x20+ (600+) & Seagulls duo (stained, Cat 400); Italy 1948 St Catherine 100L x3 & 200L x8 (400+), 1949 Vascello Castle 100L x2 (320), 1950 Radio Conference 55L x6 (1140), 1950 Tobacco Conference 55L x5 (180); Japan 1950-51 Pheasants 103y x12 including a pair (250); etc, generally fine to very fine. We expect there are many other surprises tucked in behind so careful inspection is strongly recommended. From a family business source, never before on the market. (Qty 1000s)

750.00

$1,050.00






990

C

A

1675entire headed "Lixa 24 Septemb 1675" to "Amberes" (= Anvers; ie Antwerp in Belgium), apparently rated "8" & "4" & docketed as received "12 Ogber 1675", the letter in Dutch including reference to "Antwoort", very fine.

150.00

$115.00






999

C

A-

1803(Oct 21) lengthy entire in Portuguese headed "Riga 21 de Outoubro 1803" with light but obvious strike of small boxed 'RIGA' h/s, to Vianna do Minho apparently per Dutch ship with 'OLANDA' (= Holland) transit h/s, inwards charge of "330" (reis) + "40" for internal mail, two 26mm disinfection slits. Terrific origin/destination item. [Between 1795 & 1918, Latvia was part of Russia]

300.00

$320.00




1013

C

A-

1827(May 4) entire letter headed "Ilha do Norte 4 Maio de 1827", to Lisbon, no postal markings, light ironed-out vertical filing fold. ["Island of the North" is a reference to the trading settlement on Dejima Island, a man-made island in Nagasaki Harbour, Japan, designed to restrict the spread of Catholicism among the local population. In 1639, a Christian uprising caused the Portuguese to be expelled. Nagasaki's economy suffered so the Japanese forced the relocation of a Dutch settlement from Hirado to Dejima. From 1641-on, only Chinese & Dutch ships were allowed into Nagasaki, and nowhere else in Japan. The letter states (translated): "...I have not been able to send you from Macao a copy of this letter...but now we are arrived after a 42 days passage to the Island of the North, I will leave this here to take the first available ship heading in your direction..."]

750.00

$650.00




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