Two different situations:
Before Napoleon, Dutch circulation coins could not be exported to the colonies (but plenty of smuggling took place). The only coins accepted by the authorities for tax payments were VOC coins and silver and gold trade coins. Among the silver and gold trade coins were coins struck in the Netherlands that did not circulate there to any large extent. These were: leeuwendaalder, silver rider (ducaton), silver ducat, gold rider and gold ducat.
Once decimal coins were introduced in the Netherlands East Indies, Dutch coins were valid there also. In particular, Dutch half gulden, gulden and rijksdaalder pieces circulated in the colonies. In that sense, the 1898 rijksdaalder is also a coin of the Netherlands East Indies.
I can't imagine a collector of Dutch coins leaving large decimal Dutch silver out because they circulated in the Indies. I even find it hard to imagine them leaving out half gulden pieces because they circulated almost exclusively in the Indies. However, I can very well imagine a collector of the coins of Indonesia putting them in, unless he also collects Dutch coins.