Jalapa

Jalapa, un real.
Fifth period, consignment 23-1866.
Cancelled April 17, 1866 in Jalapa.
Jalapa, dos reales.
Fifth period, consignment 69-1866.
Cut close, as usual.
Jalapa, ocho reales, no name.
Fifth period, consignment 69-1866.
Remainder cancellation, usually dated August 30, 1866.

According to Bash, most stamps used in Jalapa itself in 1866 were cut close. Usage from the main office is relatively scarce, compared to usage from sub-offices.

Mint remainders, especially with sub-consignment overprints, are relatively common, and so are the 8R stamps without name and with remainder cancel (dated August 30). There are so many of these that it would appear as if all the remainders survived and entered the philatelic markets! In particular, the sub-consigned medio real stamps were almost never postally used.

If we assume that all returned stamps survived until today, it's easy to see that these would outnumber the survivors of many other consignment varieties by a factor of 100 or so!!!

Fifth Period
Year Month Day Invoice ½R 1R 2R 4R 8R Comment
1866 1 10 8 1000 2000 3000 400 400 Most of sub 2 were never used.
1866 1 27 23 2000 2500 3000 0 0  
1866 4 18 69 1000 2000 5000 500 500 Sub-consignment 11 lost in transit
1866 7 25 128 0 0 3000 0 0 Almost all sub 14 were never used.
Total sent     4 4000 6500 14000 900 900  
Returned 2292 160 2326 473 674  
Total       1708 6340 11674 427 226