Netherlands stamps

P=have O=don’t have it

Flag of Netherlands


#335#339

Scott: #335P, #339O

Issued: 28.6.1952

Centenary, Dutch Postage Stamps

International Postage Stamp Centenary Exhibition

Inside #335, #339: Stamp on Envelope


#448-50

Scott: #448-50P

Issued: 8.5.1967

AMPHILEX '67

#5

#10

Inside #448: Netherlands #1P

Inside #449: Netherlands #5P

Inside #450: Netherlands #10P

1967


AMPHILEX '67

Non-postal stamp issued by the Netherlands for Amphilex 67 showing Netherland #9

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


nvph-1098-1100

 nvph-1101

Scott: #B522-6P

Issued: 8.10.1976

AMPHILEX '77

#41

#64

#155

Inside #B522: Netherlands #41P

Inside #B523: Netherlands #64P

Inside #B524: Netherlands #155P

#220

#294

Inside #B525:

Netherlands #220P

Inside #B526:

Netherlands #294P


nvph-1137nvph-1139

Scott: #B535-8P (#B536aP, #B538bP)

Issued: 26.5.1977

AMPHILEX '77

#83a

#128

Inside #B535: Netherlands #83Por #83aO

Inside #B536: Netherlands #128P

#211

#302

Inside #B537: Netherlands #211P

Inside #B538: Netherlands #302P

#B538a

Scott: #B538aP


#574-5

Scott: #574-5P

Issued: 14.3.1978

Introduction of New Postal Code

Inside #574-5: Pseudo Stamps


http://www.postzegelblog.nl/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/01/nvph-1179.jpg

Scott: #587P

Issued: 2.5.1979

CEPT - Europa 1979

Inside #587:

#202

#B11

#B54

Netherlands #202P

Netherlands #B11P

Netherlands #B54P

#B215

#587a

#B520a

Netherlands #B215P

Netherlands #587P

Netherlands #B520P

+NED M897

(thanks to Komlóssy Zoltán for the scan)

 

#B513

Netherlands #B437O

 

Netherlands #B513P


#600

Scott: #600O

Issued: 1.5.1980

NVPH Stamp Show

Inside #600: Stamp Collecting


#611

Scott: #611P

Issued: 19.5.1981

Centenary, National Savings Bank

Inside #611: Savings Stamp

Scan not available

Scott: #611aO


#B604-6

Scott: #B604-6O

Issued: 13.6.1984

FILACENTO '84

Inside #B604: Pseudo Stamp

Inside #B606: Stamp Collecting

Inside #B605:

+DRE M71

#j17

#J23

Germany #83O

(thanks to Komlóssy Zoltán for the scan)

Egypt #J17O

Netherlands #J23O

#J6

#J3

Belgium #J6O

Belgium #J3P

#B606a

Scott: #B606aO

Issued: 5.9.1984


#B635-7

Scott: #B635-7O

Issued: 23.2.1988

FILACEPT '88

Inside #B635-7: Pseudo Stamps

#B637a

Scott: #B637aP


#B655

Scott: #B655O

Issued: 7.11.1990

Surtax for Child Welfare

Inside #B655: Pseudo Stamps

%23B655a

Scott: #B655aO


#803

Scott: #803P

Issued: 28.11.1991

Christmas

Inside #803: Pseudo Stamps


#874#875

nvph-1633

Scott: #874O, #875O, #876P

Issued: 17.1.1995

Acquisition of Mauritius #2 by PTT Museum

#2a Inside #876: Mauritius #2

http://www.muscom.nl/collecties/index.htm


#B686#B687#B688

Scott: #B686-8O

Issued: 11.4.1995

Senior Citizens

#1422 Inside #B686: Indonesia #1422O

%23B688a

Scott: #B688aO


#1084a-d

Scott: #1084 a-bO

Issued: 12.10.2001

150th Anniversary, Netherlands Stamps

Publicity, AMPHILEX 2002 Exhibition

 Inside #1084 a-b (On stamps and in margin background of sheet): Netherlands #1P


#1084

Scott: #1136O

Issued: 30.08.2002

150th Anniversary, Netherlands Stamps

Publicity, AMPHILEX 2002 Exhibition

Inside #1136 (On stamps and in margin background of sheet):

#2

#3

Netherlands #1P

Netherlands #2O

Netherlands #3O


Netherlands 2004

Scott: #1171a-jO

Issued: 10.5.2004

On The Way to 1 Europe

Inside #1171a-j:

neurcz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

n04eur

a. Czech Rep. #2941O (1995)

b. Lithuania #743O (2003)

neurest

neurpol

c. Estonia #415O (2001)

d. Poland #3578O (2001)

nethmal3

 

 

 

neurhun4

e. Malta #395O (1968)

f. Hungary #2631O (1980)

neurlat4

slo962

g. Latvia #193O (1937)

h. Slovakia #244O (1996)

neurcypr2

neurslo

i. Cyprus #407O (1973)

j. Slovenia #455O (2001)

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


2008a

Scott: #1301O

Issued: ??.??.2008

80 Years NVPH (Dutch Stamps Dealers Ass.)

Inside #1301:

 

Netherlands Indies #905O

Netherlands #B749bO

Netherlands #1040hO

Netherlands Indies #9O

Netherlands #1265cO

Netherlands #1256aO

Netherlands #162O

 

 

 

 

Netherlands #1258aO

Netherlands #1257O

 

Netherlands #B750fO

 

Netherlands #1255O

Netherlands #1253cO

Netherlands #53O

Netherlands #1181O

 

 

 

 

 

Netherlands #1258hO

 

Netherlands #1265dO

Netherlands #1290iO

Netherlands #B749cO

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


2008D

Passion for stamps prestige booklet  


Scan not available

Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2008

Personal stamps

Inside #????: Pseudo Stamps


2009

Scott: #1328O

Issued: 10.3.2009

125th Anniversary NVPV

Inside #1328: Stamps Collecting

#1328A

#1328A1


#B758

Scott: #B758O

Issued: 7.4.2009

Surtax for National Fund for Elderly Assistance

Inside #B758d: Stamps on envelope – TBI


2009A

Scott: #1336aO

Issued: 28.4.2009

3 Generations of Queens

#126 Inside #1336a: Netherlands #126O (Queen Wilhelmina)

#479 Inside #1336a: Netherlands #479P (Queen Juliana)

#789 Inside #1336a: Netherlands #780O (Queen Beatrix)

Thanks to Lou Guadagno

 

STAMP

For the Netherlands, the nineteenth century was a century of kings, but it was followed by one of queens, successively Wilhelmina, Juliana and the present Queen Beatrix. To mark the one hundredth birthday of Queen Juliana, who ruled from 1948 to 1980, TNT Post issued a special “3 Generations of Queens” stamp sheetlet on 28 April 2009. The sheetlet (face value EUR 7) is accompanied by a stamp folder, a first-day cover, and a prestige booklet.

Wilhelmina ascended the throne in 1890 at the age of ten, on the death of her father, King William III. Her mother, Emma, acted as regent until Wilhelmina was eighteen. In 1901, Queen Wilhelmina married Heinrich, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (“Prince Hendrik”). Their daughter Juliana was born on 30 April 1909. In 1937, she married Bernhard, Prince of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Juliana’s first child, the present Queen Beatrix, was born in 1938. During the Second World War, Queen Wilhelmina led the Dutch government in exile in London, from where she broadcast to the Dutch people on Radio Orange. Juliana and her daughters Beatrix and Irene spent the War in Canada. Prince Bernhard remained in London, acting as an assistant to Queen Wilhelmina. Beatrix married the German diplomat Claus von Amsberg in 1966; the marriage produced three sons: Willem-Alexander, Friso, and Constantijn.

The royal “style” has changed over the years. Queen Juliana’s personal approach revealed an obvious desire to bring the monarch closer to her subjects, as was demonstrated at the annual parade in the gardens of Soestdijk Palace on the occasion of the Queen’s birthday. All three queens are well-known for having been “cycling monarchs”. Queen Juliana, in particular, caused quite a stir with her cycle rides, especially abroad – it was not uncommon for them to be part of the programme for a royal visit!

DESIGN
Julia Born, the designer of the “3 Generations of Queens” sheetlet, found herself fascinated by the existing range of stamps showing Queens of the Netherlands. “The wealth of stamps that show them was extremely interesting. When I am producing a design, I like to research the topic in depth on the basis of the archives and other available material. It’s enthralling to then produce something new. I based the design for the new sheetlet on three existing stamps showing the three queens.” From the wide range of possibilities, Julia Born chose the stamp designed by W.A. van Konijnenburg to commemorate Queen Wilhelmina’s first 25 years on the throne (1923); the stamp by Pieter Brattinga for “15 years of the Charter for the Kingdom of the Netherlands” (1969); and the familiar 1981 stamp by Peter Struycken showing Queen Beatrix.

 “It’s really interesting to see how the designs are rooted in the particular period from which they date,” says Julia Born. “Wilhelmina is shown in profile, illuminated by a kind of heavenly light; the representation therefore becomes aloof and almost religious. The technique used, copperplate printing, is now old-fashioned and is hardly used anymore. On her stamp, Juliana radiates serenity and harmony, and she is portrayed as closer to the observer. The design is typical of the late 1960s and early 70s, with a lot of contrast in the portrait. The dots in the famous “dots portrait” of Queen Beatrix are a reference not only to the conceptual approach but also to the digital age: a computer was in fact used to position them.

After selecting the three portraits, Julia Born removed the background so as to bring them back to their iconic essence. The composition of the new sheetlet has been kept simple, with a diagonal running from the top left to the bottom right, and with the direction of the subject’s view shifting from fully to the left (Wilhelmina) via half-left past the observer (Juliana) to frontal (Beatrix). Julia Born explains this as follows: “Looking to the left is often associated with looking into the past, while a frontal presentation suggests the present. We therefore see a sweep from full left to frontal, which can be taken as a shift from the past to the present. Queen Juliana is shown in the middle of the design because of her central role in this issue. Imposed on the white background of the stamp sheetlet are three diagonally positioned areas of equal size, in the colours dark red, blue, and metallic bronze-green ochre.”

The portrait of Queen Wilhelmina has been printed using copperplate printing and that of Queens Juliana and Beatrix by means of offset; because of the restricted run, the original photogravure was not used. One special point to note is that the various techniques and portraits overlap one another. This symbolises the periods the three royal personages experienced together. The baptismal names of the three queens are shown in a special manner, centring on the name “Wilhelmina”, which all three of them shared. This is an elegant and effective way of showing the historical and family links between them.

https://collectclub.tntpost.nl/pages/content/s2/pzn+3+kon+engels.aspx


2009b1

Scott: #1344P

Issued: 1.10.2009

Stamp Day

#86 Inside #1344: Netherlands #86O

Thanks to Prof. Plinio Richelmi


Scott: #1374O

Issued: 14.09.2010

Stamp Day

#127 Inside #1374: Netherlands #127P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: UnlistedO

Issued: 09.2011

35th Anniversary, Plate Number (?) Study Group (Personal stamps)

http://www.etsingnummers.nl/html/actueel.html

 Inside #???? (In left stamp): Netherlands #469P (partial)

Inside #???? (In center stamp on Handbook cover):

Netherlands #B148P

Netherlands #399P

Netherlands #375P

Netherlands #B81O

 

 

 

 

Netherlands #422O

Netherlands #B618O

Netherlands #540P

Netherlands #139O

Netherlands #869O

Netherlands #774P

Netherlands #584O

Netherlands #146P

Netherlands #540P

Netherlands #474O

Netherlands #B664O

Netherlands #538P

Netherlands #399P

Netherlands #B672O

Netherlands #688O

Netherlands #B661O

 

Inside #???? (In right stamp)

Netherlands #144P

Netherlands #153P

Netherlands #157O

 

Inside #???? (In margin at left):

Netherlands #41P

Netherlands #B566O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Netherlands #413P

Netherlands #461AP

Netherlands #B693O

Netherlands #283P

 

Inside #???? (In margin at right):

 

Netherlands #1042O

Netherlands #151P

 

Netherlands # B561O

Netherlands #166P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2011

For Yourself (Personal stamps)

Inside #????:  Netherlands Queen Julianna Type A77 (Pic of Netherlands #319)

Inside #????:  Pseudo Stamps

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


Scott: #1427O

Issued: 19.10.2012

Stamp Day

 Inside #1427:  partial Netherlands essays of 1949 Queen Juliana high value definitive

(Pic of Netherlands #319)

Lou wrote: This is a very unusual sos from the Netherlands. Two partial stamps are reproduced which are essays with different colors and lettering type from the actual issue of 1949 -Netherlands Sc #319-322.

The issued stamps have solid lettering and numerals, but in the reproduced proofs the lettering is outlines and the one proof that shows a value reads "EEN" instead of the numeral "1".

A folder also released by the Post illustrates essays with various letterings. The cachet on the FCD shows the stamps as issued.

netherlands    pair

Se-tenant pair

netherland original essay  1949

Netherland original essay - 1949

(thanks to Lloyd Gilbert)

netherlands 1427  sheetlet

full sheetlet

netherlands complete essay from sheetlet

A composite of the essay from the sheetlet

2 years later Lou wrote:  None of the new issue dealers offered this stamp in a se-tenant pair-- and they should have.

I was annoyed that the stamp showed portions of two essays of unissued stamps, but when I saw the full sheetlet, I realized that the designer had actually created a very unique layout that required two stamps to be complete; the right side portion of one stamp matches up with the left side portion of the attached (se-tenant) stamp to create a full image of the queen's face-- in two colors. I had identified these as essays with the value spelled out in outlined lettering, and the designer also included the full design of the essay in the sheetlet by including the outlined lettering of the country name in the margin. 

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2012

70th Anniversary of The Netherlands Stamp and Coin Auctions (Personal stamps)

 Inside #???? (In left stamp): Netherlands #174cO

Rare 3 holes vertical syncopated perfs variety

 Inside #???? (In left stamp): Netherlands #176bO

Rare value omitted variety - partial

 Inside #???? (In left stamp): Netherlands #176O

Lou wrote: It is very difficult with the poor scan to make out, but I am sure that there is no imprinted "9 CENT" in the bottom value tablet of the left stamp, so I gave it the #176b ID, but I don't understand why the designer would cover the rarity with coins, and also not show it as a joined pair with a normal stamp as it is usually offered. According to my brief research, # 174c, # 178b and the Telegraph stamp below are the three rarest varieties in Netherlands stamps.

 Inside #???? (In center stamp):  Netherlands #1

  Inside #???? (In center stamp): Netherlands #101O

 Inside #???? (In right stamp):  Netherlands #86O

 Inside #???? (In right stamp): Michel # Telegraph Stamp 7O

  Inside #???? (In left margin): Netherlands #86O

 Inside #???? (In left margin): Netherlands #101O

 Inside #???? (In left margin): Netherlands Michel Telegraph Stamp #7O

 Inside #???? (In right margin):  Netherlands #174cO

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


    

Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2012

60th Anniversary of The Netherlands Society for Thematic Philately (Personal stamps)

 Inside #????a: Switzerland #330

 Inside #????a: Netherlands #1253cO

 Inside #????a: Austria #B52

Inside #????a: Switzerland Booklet cover 1984

Scan not available Inside #????a: Booklet cover TBI and commemorative meter from Germany

 Inside #????b: Netherlands Antilles #395

 Inside #????b: Denmark #224c

Inside #????b: Russia-USSR Stationery Imp. Env. 1958

 Inside #????b: Russia-USSR #1986

 Inside #????b: South Africa #1173

http://www.regiopost.com/photogallery1/cache/albums/velv063.jpg

Inside #????b: Netherlands Regio Post local bird stamp

 Inside #????c: Netherlands #587P

 Inside #????c: Morocco #310

 Inside #????c: Chad #546

 Inside #????c: Zambia #139

http://www.nvtf.nl/gallery/jubileumvel%20nvtf.jpg

Scott: #????O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aland #289

Ascension #149

Belgium #B933

Germany-Berlin #9NB190

Bulgaria #1495

Greenland #476

Burundi #601

Brazil #C101

Cuba #4318

 Inside #???? (In left margin): El Salvador 31547a

 Inside #???? (In left margin): Germany Democratic Rep. #1030

 Inside #???? (In left margin): Indonesia #B93

 Inside #???? (In left margin): Romania Mi Bl #124

 Inside #???? (In right margin): Guyana #2712

 Inside #???? (In right margin): St. Lucia #1968

  Inside #???? (In bottom margin): Jamaica #304

Scan not available Inside #???? (In bottom margin): stamp with figures (paper dolls?) TBI

 Inside #???? (In bottom margin): Austria #1210

 Inside #???? (In bottom margin): Russia-USSR #5047

 Inside #???? (In bottom margin): St. Pierre & Miquelon #351

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert

Thanks to Lou Guadagno for Id's and scans


 

Scott: #????O

Issued: ??.??.2012

??????? (Personal stamps)

 Inside #????:  Netherlands Queen Julianna Type A77 (Pic of Netherlands #319)

 Inside #????:  Netherlands Type A24 (Pic of Netherlands #142)

 

Thanks to Lloyd Gilbert


Scott: #????O

Issued: 08.09.2014

175th Anniversary Netherlands Railroads

  Inside #????:  Netherlands #215P

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


netherlands

Scott: #????O

Issued: 17.10.2014

Stamp Day

sos netherlands 283 1946   Inside #????: Netherlands #283P

sos neth new guinea 8  1950 Inside #????: Netherlands New Guinea #8O

sos surinam 211  1948 Inside #????: Surinam #211

sos netherlands antilles 212A  1959 Inside #????:Netherlands Antiilles #212AO

Thanks to Lou Guadagno and Prof. Plinio Richelmi


netherlands    10 16 15 (2)

Scott: #????O

Issued: 16.10.2015

Stamp Day

sos netherlands 266  1944 Inside #????: Netherlands #266

(also on defaced die)

netherlands prestige bklt cover

Thanks to Lou Guadagno


Best website related:

A journey through the Netherlands in 80 stamps

http://members.lycos.nl/nedinpost/index.html

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR NETHERLANDS PHILATELY (ASNP)

http://asnp1975.com/

Old Netherlands stamps

http://netherlandsstamps.com/

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Personal stamps:

2009

NED2009M$

2010

NED2010M$$NED2010M$NED2010M$$$

2011

NED2011M$NED2011M$$NED2011M$$$

2012

NED2012M$$

(thanks to Komlóssy Zoltán)

a Netherlands private or personalized issue showing Netherlands Sc. #O29