(Borneo) 1881 (17/3) 5c. postal stationery card to Batavia, cancelled straight-line SINGHAWANG which is overstruck by Pontianak double-ring cds. Obverse also bears two strikes of N.I. EXP. Kant Singapore, arrival cds at right; good condition.
(Picture Stationery) 1899 (2/12) 7½c. card with photographic image on front, now a little faded of Banda Volcano to Den Haag, cancelled Banda square circle, unclear transit and arrival cds at left. Scarce used card.
(Transvaal) 1897 (16 Jun) cover to Netherland Indies franked 1896-97 ½d. and vertical pair 1d. tied Pretoria cds which is repeated on reverse, Padang square circles of 8/8 and Weltevreden of 12/8, the cover being returned with framed VERTROKKEN/ PARTI handstamp and redirected to Netherlands with oval blue handstamp on front, reverse with Marseille transit and arrival cds of 26 Oct.
1826 entire addressed to Amsterdam bearing manuscript rate markings and stepped Weymouth Ship Letter handstamp, forwarded through London by "Baring Brothers". The reverse of entire suggests that the entire was forwarded from Amsterdam to Batavia,Netherland Indies.
After WW2, the Netherlands were given permission to establish a post office in ‘Beatrix Kamp’, Singapore, where ex-Dutch POW’s of the Japanese were housed following their release. This cover dated 13 MAR 1946 airmail to Leiden, showing the K 10 Gr handstamp applied to show under 10gr and thus available for free postage, Netherlands Postoffice Singapore cds.