Forerunners, Turkish stamps used in Jordan and stamps used during the British Mandate period. Genuine Turkish cancellations and British Mandate cancellations: Fritz Billig, Billig’s Philatelic Handbook, Vol. 7, pp.190-94.
92-102. Surcharged issue of November 1923. Forged overprint. J.J. Darlow, “Trans-Jordan: A Straight forward Collection”, The London Philatelist, Vol. 31 (May 1932): 103-13, continued at (June 1932): 140-42, and at (July 1932): 159-61, at p.111.
113-21. Overprinted Hejaz Coat of Arms, 1924. Forged overprint: The Encyclopedia of British Empire Postage Stamps 1661-1947, Vol. III, pp.23,24.
199-206, J36-J38, N1, NJ8, NJ9. Regular issue and Postage Due stamps, 1942, Palestine 2m, dull green, 1948, Palestine Postage Due 1m, 2m dl orange yellow,1948,49. Forgeries and fraudulent postmarks: Anon. Note, Stamp Collecting, Vol. 90 (April 25, 1958): 217. Anon., “Forgeries of Transjordan Stamps, the Philatelic Journal of Great Britain, Vol. 68 (April- June 1958): 43.
Madame Joseph fraudulent postmark, 10 JUL 33. Derek Worboys and Roger B. West, Madame Joseph Forged Postmarks, p.99.