| /A very well centered example of this popular invert. Only 300 inverted examples printed (many off center). Small ink mark to bottom right perf tip.
| /Choice, unused vertical pair, very well centered and with excellent original gum. Expertisation mark and pencil notation to reverse. An undercatalogued stamp, no doubt due to the number of counterfeits in the market.
| /Choice upper-left corner marginal example with superb centering, also showing security strips and revised plate numbering. Ruidiaz expertization stamp to reverse.
| /Faintest trace of a hinge mark with superb centering. Expertizer's mark to reverse. Under catalogued.
| /The blue seal was reserved for the exclusive use of the central return letter office in Santiago; the red for all other Post Offices. Both very nicely centered. Scott unlisted.
| /Only 5,500 copies of the 10p printed. The 10p is fresh and both are well centered. The 5p is MNH. These are genuine examples showing the vertical line in the stake, clear of the value tablet. Forgeries are common.
| /Boxed Franco overprint. A difficult stamp with gum. Fresh and well-centered. Small paper inclusion to lower perfs. Hinge remnant.
| /Infrequently available as MNH singles. Excellent centering. 20,000 copies printed.
| /Infrequently available as MNH singles. Excellent centering. Only 10,000 copies printed.
| /Forged overprints appeared on the market soon after this stamp was circulated. Genuine examples have a 27mm overprint, forgeries measure 29mm. Sanabria states 150 inverted examples exist, SOCORICO quotes 200. Either way, scarce in genuine form.
| /Great looking inverted overprint variety with upside-down portraits of Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin.
| /Very low circulation with only 2,500 printed. This stamp appears MNH but you can see the barest hint of a hinge mark under strong light. Very well centered.