Not sure if you have a specific question here or are just making a statement. You have posted numerous posts regarding these German stamps which to a large part cannot be answered because we do not know what watermark is on the stamp and secondly it is next to impossible to identify a particular colour shade based on your scan and the resulting display on everyone's individual monitor which may have a totally different colour setting.
From the picture, I can't see very well, but the first 3 stamps on top seem to look the same.
If so, the base Scott # is Germany #48 10 pf carmine, CV(catalog value) of $1.50 (of course that CV applies only if there are no faults or damage, the cancel is light and unobtrusive, and centering is Very Fine (a technical term))
If you have a block of 4, CV of 11.50 for the basic color.
My 2017 Scott Specialized gives other shades as well. brownish rose-same CV dark carmine-$9.75 brownish red-$8.25 rose carmine-$9.75
A Michel catalogue would probably have many more shades.