I am not sure about values of the Non US, but I like the Bulls Eye Cancel aka Socked on the Nose (SOTN) cancel on the left. It would be perfect for a calendar collection or someone born on that day. It appears that the only US stamp is the 2 cent blue/green Oval cut off of an embossed envelope corner. I am unsure of the Scott #, but the condition would make it minimum catalog value.
A quick glance, I don't see any stamps with a major catalog premium in the pic. As Stamperdude noted, the condition is very poor on all the stamps pictured. They are essentially space fillers. Someone who collects cancels, might be interested in a couple of them for more than a space filler price.
I should note, check the plate number on the 2 Great Britain (GB) penny reds, as they appear to be GB catalog number 33 in the Scott catalog (confirm catalog ID first). There are a couple of plate numbers for GB33 that will still fetch a modest premium even as a space filler. The plate number is written sideways in the center of the scrollwork on both sides. It will be a 2-3 digit number in white. Sometimes difficult to see, so check both sides in case the cancel obscures it. The 2 rare plates to look for are 77 and 225. There are also a handful of plates that catalog for $20-$100 in used condition. As a rough rule of thumb, these plates are in the 13x-14x and 21x-22x range (where "x" is a digit) -- but not ALL of the plates in these ranges, check the catalogs for which specific ones.