4th March 1919
|1919 Sc2 SG37||1919 Sc22 SG1||xxx|
|Turkish and French overprints †|
|2 paras red lilac||2||37||?|
|5p on 10p green||22||1||?|
† Every stamp is a Turkish or French overprint in a variety of fonts. The sequencing within the catalogues seems entirely arbitrary. Scott  starts with #2 (there is no #1) and runs to Sc#99 for the year 1919, Sc127 including 1920.
Gibbons  runs from SG1 to SG87 for 1919, SG117 overall.
Yvert & Tellier  YT1-95 for 1919, YT104 in total.
To summarise Scott , Cilicia was occupied by British and French forces in 1918 authority being assigned to France in 1919. France incorporated it into Syria, but by the Treaty of Lausanne, 1923, control reverted to Turkey.