Actually, they are all valuable - cataloging between $25 and $90 in the current PSS catalog.
The value is in the cancel, as most of the underlying stamps have low value.
Here are some details:
Manchester NH is the PSS-512, it has been known only on the 1cent and 4cent 1917 stamps since olden times.
They were listed in the Hoover 1940 catalog at 0.50, and 0.65 - so their stature has risen as their scarcity has become better appreciated - in the latest PSS at 50.00.
Charleston NH is PSS-578, it is only known on Scott 551, 552, 583, 632. It was always known to be scarce and now valued at 50.00.
Burwell NE is PSS-631 valued at 75.00. It is listed in the 1963 Nebraska general catalog on Scott 591,622,639,641,and 653.
Sidney NE is PSS-490 also valued at 75.00. It is only known on this denomination, Scott 632.
Brooklyn NY is PSS L21, one of 24 different locally-created precancel styles from Brooklyn.
It is known on the perf-11 1922 stamps, Scott 552 and 554, as well as this perf-10 Scott 583.
There are over a thousand different documentary revenue precancels. They were used to pay certain postal war-tax fees during and after world war 1. A checklist is available here: http://www.precancels.com/precancel...ld-selengut/
The Columbus OH is PSS-463 - cv 40.00. It is known on 11 different denomination of that era but still hard to find.