Update: November 2020
|33||AZ||Also: Holland-Marocco Handelsvereeniging, Prins Hendrikkade 148, Amsterdam. Cancellation Amsterdam, 11/27/1915.
|77||FC||There are two variations of the perfin FC made by two different perforators. The perfin FC in the catalog becomes perfin FC 1; the second variation with larger holes and slightly larger width becomes perfin FC 2.
|95||H 8||Newly found perfin H with strange shape (see PP 131).
||IML does not exist; it is a part of THL.|
|146||LS 1||Also: Swiss Society of Life Insurance and Annuity in Zurich, Heerengracht 124-128, later Heerengracht 514 in Amsterdam. Cancellation 30 July 1927.
|257||S&C 4||S&C 4 does not exist; it’s S&CR|
|297||WP||After investigation, this perfin does not exist. See the article from Perfinpost 126: The perfin WP is canceled.|
|310||JM 2||Newly found perfin JM from the Dutch East Indies in NVPH
No. 8. The stamp was used between 1870 and 1888 with stamp 3 from Soerabaija.
|323||AD||Also found in sales tax stamps, in particular in o A0.06 and o A1.20|
|326||ES 1||Also found in sales tax stamp, especially in o A0.90
|335||RM&Z||New perfin RM&Z in adhesive stamp pl 298, 10 cents, used on 16 May 1928. User: banker R. Mees and Zoonen in Rotterdam. The perfin consists of 13, 19, 12 10 holes and is 7 mm high. The holes in the image are made black.
|338||VB 4||Also found in tax stamp, in particular in pl 298.|
|339||VDS||Also found in tax stamp, in particular in pl 299|
|341||HSBC||Perfin of Ned. Indies, also found in tax stamp, in particular in pl 10 ct.|
|348||CM 2||New German perfin found in nr. 35: CM by C. Mebus, Wermelkirchen.
|348||Retort||Known in German seal, Deutsches Reich mi 159