First, a little vocabulary:
Booklets — Markenheftchen (MH)
Booklet panes — Heftchenblättern (H-Bl.)
Booklet pane sheets — Markeheftchenbogen (MHB)
Many German stamps of the period were available in full sheets (typically 10x10) or booklets. The booklets consisted of a number of panes each. The panes are printed in a larger sheet, then cut into individual panes. But, the booklet pane sheets were also available for purchase by collectors. So, German stamps could commonly be found in two types of sheets — full 10x10 sheets and booklet pane sheets.
Your first item (the 1 and 12 Pfennigs) is a piece from a booklet pane sheet, MHB 43.
The individual margin se-tenants catalog as MiNr KZ 26.
Your second item (1 and 5 Pfennig) is from a Donation Sheet, or Einheitsgeberbogen.
Hers's some background
on Donation Sheets.
Yours is from MiNr EGB 1.
Your third item (3 and 6 Pfennig) is from booklet pane sheet MHB 44.1.
The individual margin se-tenants catalog as MiNr KZ 27-1.
First item in the next post is also from MHB 44.1, or closely-related MHB 44.2. It catalogs in Michel as MiNr S 152.
Next item is from either booklet pane HMiNr H-Bl 92, to its booklet pane sheet, MiNr MHB 45.1 / or 45.2.
Michel doesn't catalog the block of four, but does catalog pairs.
Your next block comes from MHB 43, shown above. Michel doesn't catalog the block of four, but catalogs the vertical se-tenants:
The last one is from booklet sheet MHB 48.
The individual margin se-tenants catalog as MiNr KZ 32.