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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

1889, Queen Wilhelmina facing the left 5ct Red ( cancillation 5.17.89) Nederland





This is perhaps the first stamp of queen Wilhelmina because all the stamps bear the post mark after 5.17.89

This is one of the rare stamps of Queen Wilhelmina facing the left 5ct Red 1889 with cancellation 5.17.89. 


Text: NEDERL-INDIE 5CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Queen Wilhelmina 'Fur collar'
Face value:     5
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Nederland
Year:   1899
Set:     1899
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:           Carmine
Exact colour:           Red
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Queens, Heads of State
Stamp subject:           Queen Wilhelmina
Michel number:         54
Yvert number:                         64
Scott number:                        174
Stanley Gibbons number:   
Printing office:            
Perforation:    K 12½
Watermark:     Without watermark
Paper:            
Printing:             Letter-press printing
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Wilhelmina (Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria; 31 August 1880 - 28 November 1962) was Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1890 to 1948. She ruled the Netherlands for fifty-eight years, longer than any other Dutch monarch. Her reign saw World War I and World War II, the economic crisis of 1933, and the decline of the Netherlands as a major colonial empire. Outside the Netherlands she is primarily remembered for her role in World War II, in which she proved to be a great inspiration to the Dutch resistance.

Princess Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange, Princess of Orange-Nassau, was born on 31 August 1880 in The Hague, Netherlands. She was the only child of King William III and his second wife, Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont. Her childhood was characterised by a close relationship with her parents, especially with her father, who was 63 years of age when she was born.

King William III had three sons with his first wife, Sophie of Württemberg. However, when Wilhelmina was born, William had already outlived two of them and only the childless Prince Alexander and the King's uncle Prince Frederick of the Netherlandswere alive, so under the Semi-Salic system of inheritance that was in place in the Netherlands until 1887, she was third in line to the throne from birth. When Prince Frederick died a year later in 1881, she became second in line. When Wilhelmina was four, Alexander died and the young girl became heiress presumptive.

King William III died on 23 November 1890, and, although Princess Wilhelmina became Queen of the Netherlands instantly, her mother, Emma, was named regent.
In 1895, Queen Wilhelmina visited Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, who penned an evaluation in her diary:
The young Queen ... still has her hair hanging loose. She is slender and graceful, and makes an impression as a very intelligent and very cute girl. She speaks good English and knows how to behave with charming manners




1890, Figure Nederland 1½ Cent ( cancillation 23-II-4)




This is one of the rare stamps of Nederland 1½ Cent with cancellation 23-II-4 1890

Text: NEDERLAND, 1½ CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Figure
Face value:     1½
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Nederland
Year:   1890
Set:     1890 Figure
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:          
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Number
Stamp subject:           Number
Michel number:        
Yvert number:                         
Scott number:                        
Stanley Gibbons number:   
Printing office:            
Perforation:   
Watermark:    
Paper:            
Printing:             Letter-press printing
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1899, Figure Nederland, red, rood 1 cent



This is one of the rare stamps of (Nederland), 1 cent, red, rood, 1899

Text: NEDERLAND, 1CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled

Title:   Digit-type ' Vürtheim '
Face value:     1
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Nederland
Year:   1899
Set:     1899 Digit-type ' Vürtheim '
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Red    
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Number
Stamp subject:           Number
Michel number:         50
Yvert number:                         66
Scott number:                         56
Stanley Gibbons number:    168
Printing office:            
Perforation:    K 12½
Watermark:     Without watermark
Paper:            
Printing:             Typography
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1890, Figure Nederland ½ Cent ( cancillation 23-II-4)



This is one of the rare stamps of (Nederland), ½ cent, violet, 1899

Text: NEDERLAND, ½CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled

Title:   Digit-type ' Vürtheim '
Face value:     ½
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Nederland
Year:   1899
Set:     1899 Digit-type ' Vürtheim '
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Lilac
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Number
Stamp subject:           Number
Michel number:         49
Yvert number:                         65
Scott number:                         55
Stanley Gibbons number:    167
Printing office:            
Perforation:    K 12½
Watermark:     Without watermark
Paper:            
Printing:             Typography
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1924, Queen Wilhelmina Nederland 5c Green



This is one of the stamps of Queen Wilhelmina 5c Green 1924

Text: NEDERL-INDIE 5CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled

Title:   Queen Wilhelmina-Type ' Veth '
Face value:     5
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Nederland
Year:   1924
Set:     1924 Queen Wilhelmina
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Green
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Heads of State
Stamp subject:          
Michel number:         151A
Yvert number:          138A
Scott number:                         
Stanley Gibbons number:   
Printing office:            
Perforation:    K 12½
Watermark:     Ringen horizontaal
Paper:            
Printing:             Photogravure
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Wilhelmina (Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria; 31 August 1880 - 28 November 1962) was Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1890 to 1948. She ruled the Netherlands for fifty-eight years, longer than any other Dutch monarch. Her reign saw World War I and World War II, the economic crisis of 1933, and the decline of the Netherlands as a major colonial empire. Outside the Netherlands she is primarily remembered for her role in World War II, in which she proved to be a great inspiration to the Dutch resistance.

Princess Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange, Princess of Orange-Nassau, was born on 31 August 1880 in The Hague, Netherlands. She was the only child of King William III and his second wife, Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont. Her childhood was characterised by a close relationship with her parents, especially with her father, who was 63 years of age when she was born.

King William III had three sons with his first wife, Sophie of Württemberg. However, when Wilhelmina was born, William had already outlived two of them and only the childless Prince Alexander and the King's uncle Prince Frederick of the Netherlandswere alive, so under the Semi-Salic system of inheritance that was in place in the Netherlands until 1887, she was third in line to the throne from birth. When Prince Frederick died a year later in 1881, she became second in line. When Wilhelmina was four, Alexander died and the young girl became heiress presumptive.

King William III died on 23 November 1890, and, although Princess Wilhelmina became Queen of the Netherlands instantly, her mother, Emma, was named regent.
In 1895, Queen Wilhelmina visited Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, who penned an evaluation in her diary:
The young Queen ... still has her hair hanging loose. She is slender and graceful, and makes an impression as a very intelligent and very cute girl. She speaks good English and knows how to behave with charming manners







1924, Queen Wilhelmina Nederland 6c Brown



This is one of the rare stamps of Queen Wilhelmina 6c Brown 1924

Text: NEDERL-Post Zegel- 6CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled

Title:   Queen Wilhelmina-Type ' Veth '
Face value:     6
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Nederland
Year:   1924
Set:     1924 Queen Wilhelmina
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Brown
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Heads of State
Stamp subject:          
Michel number:         151A
Yvert number:                         138A
Scott number:                         
Stanley Gibbons number:   
Printing office:            
Perforation:    K 12½
Watermark:     Ringen horizontaal
Paper:            
Printing:             Photogravure
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Wilhelmina (Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria; 31 August 1880 - 28 November 1962) was Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1890 to 1948. She ruled the Netherlands for fifty-eight years, longer than any other Dutch monarch. Her reign saw World War I and World War II, the economic crisis of 1933, and the decline of the Netherlands as a major colonial empire. Outside the Netherlands she is primarily remembered for her role in World War II, in which she proved to be a great inspiration to the Dutch resistance.

Princess Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange, Princess of Orange-Nassau, was born on 31 August 1880 in The Hague, Netherlands. She was the only child of King William III and his second wife, Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont. Her childhood was characterised by a close relationship with her parents, especially with her father, who was 63 years of age when she was born.

King William III had three sons with his first wife, Sophie of Württemberg. However, when Wilhelmina was born, William had already outlived two of them and only the childless Prince Alexander and the King's uncle Prince Frederick of the Netherlandswere alive, so under the Semi-Salic system of inheritance that was in place in the Netherlands until 1887, she was third in line to the throne from birth. When Prince Frederick died a year later in 1881, she became second in line. When Wilhelmina was four, Alexander died and the young girl became heiress presumptive.

King William III died on 23 November 1890, and, although Princess Wilhelmina became Queen of the Netherlands instantly, her mother, Emma, was named regent.
In 1895, Queen Wilhelmina visited Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, who penned an evaluation in her diary:
The young Queen ... still has her hair hanging loose. She is slender and graceful, and makes an impression as a very intelligent and very cute girl. She speaks good English and knows how to behave with charming manners





1934, Queen Wilhelmina Nederland 15C



This is one of the rare stamps of Queen Wilhelmina 15C Nederland 1934

Text: NEDERL-INDIE 15CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Queen Wilhelmina (`type kreisler`)
Face value:     15
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Netherlands East Indies
Year:   1934
Set:     1934 Queen Wilhelmina
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Blue
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Heads of State
Stamp subject:          
Michel number:         215
Yvert number:                         
Scott number:                         
Stanley Gibbons number:   
Printing office:            
Perforation:    comb 11½ x 12½
Watermark:     No Watermark
Paper:            
Printing:             Photogravure
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Wilhelmina (Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria; 31 August 1880 - 28 November 1962) was Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1890 to 1948. She ruled the Netherlands for fifty-eight years, longer than any other Dutch monarch. Her reign saw World War I and World War II, the economic crisis of 1933, and the decline of the Netherlands as a major colonial empire. Outside the Netherlands she is primarily remembered for her role in World War II, in which she proved to be a great inspiration to the Dutch resistance.

Princess Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange, Princess of Orange-Nassau, was born on 31 August 1880 in The Hague, Netherlands. She was the only child of King William III and his second wife, Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont. Her childhood was characterised by a close relationship with her parents, especially with her father, who was 63 years of age when she was born.

King William III had three sons with his first wife, Sophie of Württemberg. However, when Wilhelmina was born, William had already outlived two of them and only the childless Prince Alexander and the King's uncle Prince Frederick of the Netherlandswere alive, so under the Semi-Salic system of inheritance that was in place in the Netherlands until 1887, she was third in line to the throne from birth. When Prince Frederick died a year later in 1881, she became second in line. When Wilhelmina was four, Alexander died and the young girl became heiress presumptive.

King William III died on 23 November 1890, and, although Princess Wilhelmina became Queen of the Netherlands instantly, her mother, Emma, was named regent.
In 1895, Queen Wilhelmina visited Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, who penned an evaluation in her diary:
The young Queen ... still has her hair hanging loose. She is slender and graceful, and makes an impression as a very intelligent and very cute girl. She speaks good English and knows how to behave with charming manners





1946, Figure Nederland 2 Cent Blue



1946, Figure Nederland 2 Cent Blue

Text: NEDERLAND, 2CT
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Number - type "van Krimpen"
Face value:     2
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Netherlands
Year:   1946
Set:     1946 Number - type "van Krimpen"
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Blue
Exact colour:          
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Number
Stamp subject:
NVPH number:          461     
Michel number:         469
Yvert number:                         458
Scott number:                         283
Stanley Gibbons number:    637
Printing office:           Nederlandse Rotogravure Maatschappij (Leiden) 
Perforation:    comb 12¾ x 13½
Size:                            25.5 x 21 mm
Watermark:     Ringen verticaal
Paper:             Regular
Printing:             Photogravure
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ure Nederland 2 Cent Blue 1946

1948, Queen Juliana Brown Nederland 10c



1948, Queen Juliana Brown Nederland  10c
Text: Nederland  10c
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Queen Juliana Inauguration
Face value:     10
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Netherlands
Year:   1948
Set:     1948 Queen Juliana Inauguration
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Brown
Exact colour:       Olive brown   
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Heads of State
Stamp subject:
NVPH number:          506     
Michel number:         509
Yvert number:                         497
Scott number:                         
Stanley Gibbons number:    672
Printing office:          
Perforation:    K 14¼ : 13¼
Size:                            28.5 x 35 mm
Watermark:     Ringen horizontaal
Paper:            

Printing:             Photogravure
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Juliana (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌjyliˈjaːna], Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina; 30 April 1909 – 20March 2004) was the Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands between 1948 and 1980. She was the only child of Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry. She was married to Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, with whom she had four children: Princess Beatrix (born 1938), Princess Irene(born 1939), Princess Margriet (born 1943), Princess Christina (born 1947). During the Second World War she lived in exile with her children in Ottawa, Canada. She became Queen of the Netherlands with her mother's abdication in 1948 and was succeeded by Queen Beatrix after her own abdication in1980. During her reign both Indonesia (Dutch East Indies) proclaimed in 1945, but recognized in 1949 and Suriname in 1975 became independent from the Netherlands. Her birthday is celebrated annually as Koninginnedag, Queen's Day. Upon her death at the age of 94, she was the longest-lived former ruling monarch in the world. She is commemorated in space, in the name of the asteroid 816 Juliana.












1948, Queen Juliana Blue Nederland 20c



1948, Queen Juliana Blue   Nederland  20c
Text: Nederland  
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Queen Juliana Inauguration
Face value:     20
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Netherlands
Year:   1948
Set:     1948 Queen Juliana Inauguration
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Blue
Exact colour:       
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Heads of State | Heraldic Animals | Queens | Special Occasions
Stamp subject:
NVPH number:          507     
Michel number:         510
Yvert number:                         498
Scott number:                         
Stanley Gibbons number:    673
Printing office:          
Perforation:    K 14¼ : 13¼
Size:                            28.5 x 35 mm
Watermark:     Ringen vertical
Paper:            

Printing:             Photogravure
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Juliana (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌjyliˈjaːna], Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina; 30 April 1909 – 20March 2004) was the Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands between 1948 and 1980. She was the only child of Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry. She was married to Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, with whom she had four children: Princess Beatrix (born 1938), Princess Irene(born 1939), Princess Margriet (born 1943), Princess Christina (born 1947). During the Second World War she lived in exile with her children in Ottawa, Canada. She became Queen of the Netherlands with her mother's abdication in 1948 and was succeeded by Queen Beatrix after her own abdication in1980. During her reign both Indonesia (Dutch East Indies) proclaimed in 1945, but recognized in 1949 and Suriname in 1975 became independent from the Netherlands. Her birthday is celebrated annually as Koninginnedag, Queen's Day. Upon her death at the age of 94, she was the longest-lived former ruling monarch in the world. She is commemorated in space, in the name of the asteroid 816 Juliana.











1949, Queen Juliana En Face Nederland 10c Orange



1949, Queen Juliana En Face Nederland  10c Orange

Text: 10c  Nederland 
Condition: Ø = used/cancelled
Title:   Queen Juliana - Type 'En Face'
Face value:     10
Stamp Currency:       ct
Country/area:                     Netherlands
Year:   1949
Set:     1949 Queen Juliana - Type 'En Face'
Stamp number in set:           1
Basic colour:      Orange
Exact colour:       Golden ochre
Usage:                           Definitive
Type:               Stamp
Theme:           Heads of State | Heraldic Animals | Queens | Special Occasions
Stamp subject:
NVPH number:          520     
Michel number:         527
Yvert number:                         513
Scott number:                         308
Stanley Gibbons number:    686
Printing office:           Joh. Enschedé & Zonen
Perforation:    K 13½ : 12¾
Size:                            21.5 x 26 mm
Watermark:     Rings
Paper:            
Printing:             Photogravure
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Juliana (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌjyliˈjaːna], Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina; 30 April 1909 – 20March 2004) was the Queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands between 1948 and 1980. She was the only child of Queen Wilhelmina and Prince Henry. She was married to Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld, with whom she had four children: Princess Beatrix (born 1938), Princess Irene(born 1939), Princess Margriet (born 1943), Princess Christina (born 1947). During the Second World War she lived in exile with her children in Ottawa, Canada. She became Queen of the Netherlands with her mother's abdication in 1948 and was succeeded by Queen Beatrix after her own abdication in1980. During her reign both Indonesia (Dutch East Indies) proclaimed in 1945, but recognized in 1949 and Suriname in 1975 became independent from the Netherlands. Her birthday is celebrated annually as Koninginnedag, Queen's Day. Upon her death at the age of 94, she was the longest-lived former ruling monarch in the world. She is commemorated in space, in the name of the asteroid 816 Juliana.