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Dutch cinderellas about railways



Years of Issue:
1946 1947 1953 1961
1965 1967 1968 1969
1973 1975 1977 1978
Although the material shown on this page seem to be stamps, they are not!

1946: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis issued fastening seals to raise money to fight the disease. From 1937 to 1971 they produced these "stamps" on a yearly basis. Not every fastening seal showed a railway theme.
Let's start with the 1946 issue.



1947: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1947 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1953: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1953 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1961: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1961 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1965: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1965 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1967: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1967 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1968: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1968 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1969: Tuberculosis (fastening seal)


The 1969 issue of the Dutch Railway Workers' Association against Tuberculosis.



1973: Delfzijl harbour


Sheet issued on the occasion of the opening of Eems harbour and Delfzijl Harbour in the province of Groningen on 7 June 1973. A number of railway tracks can be seen on the invalid stamp.



1975: Amsterdam 700 years old.


Sheet issued on the occasion of the Amsterdam 700 celebration on 27 October 1975. The invalid stamp shows De Dam with tram tracks.



1977: Inauguration of the Amsterdam metro (14-10-1977).


Sheet issued on the occasion of the Inauguration of the Amsterdam metro on 14th October 1977. The invalid stamp in the middle shows an Amsterdam light rail train.



1978: 175 years Chamber of Commerce in Rotterdam.


Sheet issued on the occasion of 175 years Chamber of Commerce in the Rotterdam area on 17 October 1978. Respectively the invalid stamps show a steam engine, a steam locomotive and a steam powered boat.




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