The earthenware plate decorated in shades of blue with in the centre the flying airplane PH – OST a PANDER S-4 POSTJAGER above on the left a windmil in a Dutch Landscape on the right palm trees and an Indonesian landscape and the text : DE PANDER - POSTJAGER. JANUARI 1934 The rim with some floral swags and the text:
GIJ HEBT , DANK ZIJ UW BELEID - ALLEN TEGENSPOED TEN SPIJT
INDIE’ S MAIL, VOL VREUGD VERWACHT - TOCH BEHOUDEN THUIS GEBRACHT.
(You have thanks to your policy, all the failure to regret . The Indonesian mail full joy expect brought save home.)
Signed on the back in underglaze blue fo :
DE PORCELEYNE FLES - ROYAL DELFT
DELFT - HOLLAND & BD = 1934
Two painters worked on this plate.
Painter's initials: VH = Gijsbertus van Heijenoort. Employment dates: 16 Nov.1891 - 1940.
and CF = Casper Schilperoort. Employment dates: 15 Oct. 1894 - 1950
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