

Preview of Stamps Catalogue: VOLUME 1 
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(Reduced sizes, rouletted 1 Pi stamps 2 shaded of blue)
1 m brown 2 m green 3 m brown 4 m red 5 m orange 1 Pi blue (2 shades of blue exist) 2 Pi olive 5 Pi lilac 9 Pi yellow 10 Pi blue 20 Pi grey
Value of the stamps 

vc = very common c = common * = not so common ** = uncommon 
*** = very uncommon R = rare RR = very rare RRR = extremely rare 

Value  Unused  Used  Remarks 
Watermark Crown 'GvR', perforation 15 x 14 (except 1 Pi)  
1 m  c  c  
2 m  *  c  
3 m  *  *  
4 m  *  c  
5 m  *  c  
1 Pi  RR  RR  Rouletted, dark blue, no gum 
1 Pi  **  **  Rouletted, light blue 
1 Pi  *  c  Perforated 15 x 14 
2 Pi  **  *  
5 Pi  ***  **  
9 Pi  ***  ***  
10 Pi  ***  ***  
20 Pi  R  *** 
Surcharged
'5 MILLIEMES' and arabic text on 1 Pi blue
Value of the stamps 

vc = very common c = common * = not so common ** = uncommon 
*** = very uncommon R = rare RR = very rare RRR = extremely rare 

Value  Unused  Used  Remarks 
5 m on 1 Pi  ***  ***  Rouletted 
Overprinted 'PALESTINE' and arabic text (1920)
1 m brown 2 m green 2 m yellow (1922) 3 m brown 3 m grey (1922) 4 m red 5 m orange 6 m green (1922) 7 m brown (1922) 8 m red (1922) 1 Pi blue 1 Pi grey (1922) 13 m blue (1922) 2 Pi olive 5 Pi lilac 9 Pi yellow 10 Pi blue 20 Pi grey 20 Pi violet (1922)
This overprint exists in two types; the Jerusalem type and the London type. The London type was also issued on stamps with watermark 'Mutiple CA Crown'.
Later, from 1920 onwards, these stamps were used with overprint in Jordan (Transjordan):
With Jordan overprint, certified genuine
Double overprint for Jordan on stamps of Palestine
More overprints exist for Jordan.
Jordan issued its unoverprinted stamps in 1927; they have the image of the local ruler.
2 m blue 3 m light green (design as 2 m) 4 m red 4 m lilac 5 m light brown 6 m green (design as 4 m) 7 m red (design as 5 m) 7 m violet 8 m light brown (design as 4 m) 8 m red 10 m grey (design as 2 m) 13 m blue (design as 4 m) 13 m olive brown (design as 4 m) 15 m blue (design as 4 m) 20 m olive (design as 5 m) 50 m lilac 90 m olivebrown (design as 50 m) 100 m light blue (design as 50 m) 200 m violet (design as 50 m) 250 m brown (design as 50 m) 500 m red (design as 50 m) 1 Pound black (design as 50 m)
Some postage due stamps were issued in 1923 (1 m brown, 2 m green, 4 m red, 8 m violet and 13 m blue) in the following design (normally perforated):
A new design was issued in 1924 with inscription in 'MILLIEME' or 'PIASTRES' (1 m brown, 2 m yellow, 4 m green, 8 m red, 10 m grey, 13 m blue, 20 m olive, 50 m violet and 5 Pi violet). A similar design was issued in 1928 with inscription in 'MILS': 1 m brown, 2 m yellow, 4 m green, 6 m orange (1933), 8 m red, 10 m grey, 13 m blue, 20 m olive and 50 m violet.
(Fiscal stamp, example 'PALESTINE REVENUE')
('PALESTINE COURTS FEES')
Stamps  TimbresPoste  Briefmarken