1 is Faridkot 1888 1F die II rose red lithograph posthumous reprint with perf.12, printed in sheets of 156 (13×12) or 160 (16×10) and sold by Faridkot State Post to the public as an extra source of revenue, after the enactment of the Postal Convention on Jan 1,1887, which resulted in all Faridkot state postage stamps invalid for postage.
but having gray blue color
3. Nawanagar 1 Dokro SG 1
4 is already well described.
These Faridkot 1888 ½A posthumous reprints were issued both as imperforate as well as with perf.12.
5 has dual identity.
It is Faridkot 1888 1P rose red imperf. posthumous reprint, printed in sheets of 72 (9×8), with (smudged) barred circular F
The same stamp is listed by Köppel and Manners as Faridkot 1882 (year is wrong) 1P rose red Köppel and Manners type 10 revenue stamp (K&M 103a) but it did not see any fiscal use.