Framed Toeban postmark in a light-grey colour. The Wolf de Beer catalogue states only one copy known, but I have seen a handful of these, and estimate that about seven have survived. All letters with this postmark seem to be from the same correspondence to Rotterdam.
Pekalongan framed postmark in red and Franco mark in black. Prepaid letter sent via the Marseille overland route to Amsterdam. The Pekalongan postmark is not very rare but it is not often seen with the accompanying Franco mark in black.
Poerbolingo Franco Residentie Banjoemaas red oval postmark.
A wonderful clean strike of the rare framed Postkantoor Te Solok Ongefrankeerd postmark.
The letter probably had official letter status. No tariff markings have been applied.
Letter dated inside Patti 28 May 1834 to Batavia. The letter was sent unprepaid and was charged 115 cent on arrival.
The Ioana Ongefrankeerd postmark has been recorded only in May 1834. It is one of the rarest town cancellations and no more than five covers with this postmark are documented.
Undated lettersheet from Sumanap to Semarang and redirected to Batavia and from here redirected to Rotterdam. Postmarks red Sumanap Ongefrankeerd in red, Samarang Ongefrankeerd in green, and Batavia round cancel in blue
The tariff calculation shows 55 cent and 65 cent for the distances Sumanap to Samarang and Samarang to Batavia. These have been deleted and replaced by 40 cent for the sea mail route to the Netherlands.