| /Top value to the set. Hinge remnant.
| /Mostly VLM Mint. A couple of hinge remnants.
| /Corner marginal strip of three displaying a tete beche center stamp from the top of the sheet. Pencil mark on the selvedge. Scarce.
| /Full set, all with gum. Mix of LM Mint and M Mint.
| /With network, thick figures overprint. Light oval cancellation with no prior hinging.
| /With network, thin figures overprint. Heavy hinge, toning along right-hand edge.
| /With network.
| /With network.
| /With network. Scott 'Type a', thick figures. Inverted overprint with oval Franca handstamp.
| /With network. Scott 'Type c', thin figures. Excellent gum. Pencil notation to reverse.
| /With network. Scott 'Type c', thin figures overprint. Partial strike of Santo Domingo Franca handstamp.
| /With network. Scott 'Type c', thin figures overprint. Aproximately 50% gum.
| /Without network. A very fine copy of one of the key stamps of the Dominican Republic. Expertiser's signature to reverse. Hinge remnant.
| /Without network. Full gum (toned). Hinge remnant.
| /A fine corner marginal block of the 50c value with immaculate gum. Scarce as a multiple.
| /A very nice strike of the violet Santo Domingo Franca handstamp on a pair of the one centavo value. Used multiples are scarce.
| /Four margins, close at top. Light hinge mark.
| /Four generous margins, huge at right, on laid paper. MNG with no signs of previous hinging.
| /Huge top margin, left hand margin just touching outer frame. On pelure paper with full gum. Tiny ink mark to bottom left. A very nice example of this fragile and almost transparent stamp.
| /Four margins on pelure paper with full gum and just the slightest trace of a hinge mark. Small mark (could be a paper inclusion) to the left of Un. A very nice example of this fragile and almost transparent stamp.
| /Four good margins and a crisp impression of the 1871 issue on ordinary paper. Hinge remnant.
| /Four margins, very good gum and just a light hinge mark. The pelure paper colour is almost neutral. Scott describes the paper as rose, SG as flesh. RPSL certificate.
| /A scarce error, created when the first E of ENTEGRA ESPECIAL (appearing at the top of E2) was not obliterated in one of the cliches. This error is found on only one stamp in every sheet of E3. Just 500 were printed, with the number of survivors from postal use being even lower. Very undercatalogued. Short perf to bottom left corner.