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George
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07 Jan 2011
10:13:03pm
I have noticed that some Netherlands definitives of the 1976 numeral series, 1981 Beatrix series and 1991 Beatrix series are perf short side X imperf long side. Unfortunately my catalogue (SG simplified) does not list perforation varieties.

However, with the Beatrix issues, I can only find copies or pictures of coils of some of them:
1981 series: 0.70 0.75 1 1.50 2 2.50 6.50 7
1991 series: 0.75 0.80 1 1.10 1.60

Does anyone know if that's all the Beatrix coils? Are there other coil values besides the one I have listed?
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Hjulsing
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08 Jan 2011
01:25:19pm
re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

George, according to the 2010 Netherlands NVPH cat. the pices are:
1981
nom MNH used
0.70 leftside unperf €0.60 €0.20
0.70 left&top unperf €0.70 €0.30
0.75 leftside unperf €0.80 €0.20
0.75 rightside unperf €0.80 €0.20
0.75 left&&top unperf €0.70 €0.20
0.75 top&right unperf €0.70 €0.20

For stamps with an X tab from stamp booklets and combinations, you need a specialist catalogue

1991 series

nom MNH used
0.75 leftside unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.75 rightside unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.75 left&bott unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.75 right&bott unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.80 leftside unperf €0.70 €0.20
0.80 rightside unperf €0.70 €0.20
0.80 left&bott unperf €0.80 €0.20
0.80 right&bott unperf €0.80 €0.20

They also come with a security perforation, like the British QEII stamps, which were issued in 1993/4.

Bear in mind that Scott is substantially lower priced than other catalogues.
Hope this helps,
Harry

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George
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08 Jan 2011
04:56:27pm
re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Thanks for the work, but unfortunately it's not quite what I was after.

Firstly I meant coil stamps, not booklet stamps. They would be left and right sides imperf.

Secondly, I meant face value, not catalog value, sorry about that. I meant, out of the complete set of values, which ones were issued L&R imperforate?

(Message edited by George on January 08, 2011)

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08 Jan 2011
10:10:59pm
re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Actually I got an answer for the 1981 series on another forum. It seems that the eight items listed above (0.70 0.75 1 1.50 2 2.50 6.50 7) were the coil issues.

I still would like info on the 1991 series.

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10 Jan 2011
04:02:01am

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re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

I think your list of Beatrix coils is complete. Nowadays, all definitive stamps are issued in self adhesive form, in booklets or on rolls. Once used, you cannot recognize their origin. Sometimes there are very small printing differences that lead specialists to say that there are booklet and coil varieties, but these are so small that they are not listed in catalogues.

Jan-Simon

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Galeoptix

28 Mar 2012
12:06:13pm
re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Jan-Simon,

I cannot quite follow you?!

Have you seen any recent Queen Beatrix coil stamps that do not differ from their booklet of block version????

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29 Mar 2012
03:22:49am

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Hi Rein,

Nope, and I do not think they exist either, as you probably know as well since you have such a very detailed website.
As far as I know, the queen stamps are now only issued as sheets of 5 or 10 selfadhesive stamps, the latest ones being the "valueless" 1 and 2 stamps.
I was referring to other definitives that were sometimes issued in sheets (10 or 50) and coils and only differ in detail. These differences are not big enough to warrant multiple listings in the catalogues.

Jan-Simon

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George

07 Jan 2011
10:13:03pm

I have noticed that some Netherlands definitives of the 1976 numeral series, 1981 Beatrix series and 1991 Beatrix series are perf short side X imperf long side. Unfortunately my catalogue (SG simplified) does not list perforation varieties.

However, with the Beatrix issues, I can only find copies or pictures of coils of some of them:
1981 series: 0.70 0.75 1 1.50 2 2.50 6.50 7
1991 series: 0.75 0.80 1 1.10 1.60

Does anyone know if that's all the Beatrix coils? Are there other coil values besides the one I have listed?

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Hjulsing

08 Jan 2011
01:25:19pm

re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

George, according to the 2010 Netherlands NVPH cat. the pices are:
1981
nom MNH used
0.70 leftside unperf €0.60 €0.20
0.70 left&top unperf €0.70 €0.30
0.75 leftside unperf €0.80 €0.20
0.75 rightside unperf €0.80 €0.20
0.75 left&&top unperf €0.70 €0.20
0.75 top&right unperf €0.70 €0.20

For stamps with an X tab from stamp booklets and combinations, you need a specialist catalogue

1991 series

nom MNH used
0.75 leftside unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.75 rightside unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.75 left&bott unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.75 right&bott unperf €1.20 €0.70
0.80 leftside unperf €0.70 €0.20
0.80 rightside unperf €0.70 €0.20
0.80 left&bott unperf €0.80 €0.20
0.80 right&bott unperf €0.80 €0.20

They also come with a security perforation, like the British QEII stamps, which were issued in 1993/4.

Bear in mind that Scott is substantially lower priced than other catalogues.
Hope this helps,
Harry

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George

08 Jan 2011
04:56:27pm

re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Thanks for the work, but unfortunately it's not quite what I was after.

Firstly I meant coil stamps, not booklet stamps. They would be left and right sides imperf.

Secondly, I meant face value, not catalog value, sorry about that. I meant, out of the complete set of values, which ones were issued L&R imperforate?

(Message edited by George on January 08, 2011)

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08 Jan 2011
10:10:59pm

re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Actually I got an answer for the 1981 series on another forum. It seems that the eight items listed above (0.70 0.75 1 1.50 2 2.50 6.50 7) were the coil issues.

I still would like info on the 1991 series.

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Jansimon

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10 Jan 2011
04:02:01am

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re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

I think your list of Beatrix coils is complete. Nowadays, all definitive stamps are issued in self adhesive form, in booklets or on rolls. Once used, you cannot recognize their origin. Sometimes there are very small printing differences that lead specialists to say that there are booklet and coil varieties, but these are so small that they are not listed in catalogues.

Jan-Simon

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Galeoptix

28 Mar 2012
12:06:13pm

re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Jan-Simon,

I cannot quite follow you?!

Have you seen any recent Queen Beatrix coil stamps that do not differ from their booklet of block version????

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www.galeoptix.nl/fil ...
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Jansimon

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29 Mar 2012
03:22:49am

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re: Netherlands Beatrix coil stamps

Hi Rein,

Nope, and I do not think they exist either, as you probably know as well since you have such a very detailed website.
As far as I know, the queen stamps are now only issued as sheets of 5 or 10 selfadhesive stamps, the latest ones being the "valueless" 1 and 2 stamps.
I was referring to other definitives that were sometimes issued in sheets (10 or 50) and coils and only differ in detail. These differences are not big enough to warrant multiple listings in the catalogues.

Jan-Simon

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