|Of all not returned||4.42%||1.33%||1.76%||1.85%||2.19%||1.79%|
Oajaca, un real.
Fourth period, consignment 159-1865.
Sub-consignment 13 to Tehuantepec
|State||City pop.||District pop.||Distance to Mexico City||Sub-numbers overprinted?||Survival rate|
|Oajaca||25000||95000||550 km. (342 mi.)||Yes||Average|
Sub-consignments from Oajaca are very difficult to understand. The records are incomplete, and an attempt at explaining what we see on the stamps is speculative at best.
Stamps with sub-numbers are scarce to rare, and some are not known to exist at all. Corbett reported that only 35 stamps are known from the first 16 sub-consignments in 1866.
Oajaca had 16 sub-offices in the Eagle period:
Cuicatlan, Ejutla, Etla, Huajuapam (Huajuapam de Leon, Huaxuapa), Ixtlan, Jamiltepec, Juquila, Miahuatlan, Nochistlan, Ocotlan, Tehuantepec, Teotitlan, Teposcolula, Tlacolula, Tlaxiaco and Villa Alta.