Prestige Philately Auction 232 CatalogueNETHERLANDS COLONIES
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Displaying 4 Lots in Category - NETHERLANDS COLONIES
1945-46 Liberated POW Mail comprising Japanese Occupation 5s Postal Card dated "1 Oct 1945" sent between liberated internees/POWs from "Kamp C Tjimahi" with 'BANDOENG' cds to "Kamp Halmaheira", 1946 airmail covers to USA x2 from liberated POW MS Kahn, 1st Neth Mar Bde with various adhesives tied 'MARINE POSTKANTOOR/SOERABAIA' undated h/s one with '22APR1946' killer in violet, also airmail cover to MS Kahn endorsed "Ex POW Airmail" from Dutch serviceman with 'POSTKANTOOR/ORANIE-BOULEVARD/3APR1946/ (BATAVIA)' cds (repaired tear) and US airmail cover to him with Prexies 20c & 50c tied 'CAMP CAMPBELL,KY/ FEB16/1946' cancel & 'MARINE POSTKANTOOR BATAVIA/No.25' censor cachet endorsed "Soerabaja" plus another with Transports 10c & 30c x2 and '.../No.15' censor cachet both paying 70c pre-WWII Pacific Clipper rate, condition a little mixed.
Collection on leaves with Netherlands Indies used 1864 10c imperf SG 1, 4 margins touching at left, 1868 10c SG 2, 1870-88 to 2g50, 1892-97 to 2g50, 1908 'JAVA' and 'BUITEN/BEZIT' opts to 2½g mint and used, 1922 Bandoeng opts set mint and used to 17½c, 1923 Jubilee mint (5g unused), 1928 Airmail opts *, 1911 Officials (both) to 2½g mint & used; Suriname 1873-88 to 1g, 1936 to 2½g *, 1953 Sports Week *, 1945 Air Surcharges */**; Dutch New Guinea 1950-52 to 5g mint & used; Curacao 1903-08 to 50c mint & used, then mostly mint to 1967, Postage Dues and Airmails etc; some toning issues throughout. Inspection recommended.
NETHERLANDS INDIES: 1943-44 Japanese Occupation 1c to 1r SG 15-26 cancelled on 3 covers as blocks of 4 (x2) and pairs, Cat £330+.
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NEW GUINEA: Photographs of the Kaja-Kaja tribe of West Papua stated to have been taken in 1926 by Danish explorer and travel writer Aage Krarup Nielsen (1891-1972), wonderful indigenous studies annotated on back in pencil, also one of the nearby township of Merauke, fine condition.