Nebraska issued a Bicentennial themed plate for 1976. The
number on the left side of the dot on the plate is a county code number. In
the case of the plate on the left, 10 is for Platte County. The plates were
made of aluminum, shown on the left, and galvanized steel, shown on the right.
The 10-HS61 is a very late issued plate and, if issued at all, would have
come out about 1981. 10-K307 has yearly expiration stickers stacked up to
the year 1981.
1976 Nebraska plate issued in Madison County with grey coated
Counties 21 (Scotts Bluff) and 59 (Sarpy) stacked the
county codes on their plates. I assume the black on blue month sticker on
the plate on the right indicates the month of expiration.
In 1975, expiration tabs for 1977 were issued. The month
of expiration is shown by the number. In this case, February, 1977. There were
no 1976 expirations, and the 1976 base would not have been used without a 1977
or beyond sticker.
1976 Nebraska license plates with April 1977 and February
1977 expiration stickers. The 2 prefix would indicate Lancaster County. The
51 prefix is for Harlan County.
1976 Nebraska sample license plates.
1976 Nebraska commercial truck plates
Howard County plate on galvanized steel with 3 ton sticker and used through
Boone County plate on aluminum.
1976 Nebraska dealer plates issued in Platte County and Madison
1976 - Nebraska 30 Day plate.
1976 Nebraska farm truck plates
Madison County plate on galvanized steel
Thayer County plate on aluminum
Buffalo County plate with grey coated back
1976 Nebraska farm truck plate with stacked 21 county code
for issuance in Scotts Bluff County
1976 Nebraska farm truck plate with a 71 county code for Kimball County, and
the farm embossing floating as far to the right as I have seen it.
1976 Nebraska number 1 farm truck plate issued in Sioux County
1976 Nebraska mobile home plate.
Sarpy County plate on galvanized steel used through August of 1978
Boone County plate with grey coated back.
1976 Nebraska soil and conservation truck plate as noted by
the A in the center of the plate. The 69 on the left means this plate was issued
in Dawes County.
1976 Nebraska special mobile equipment truck plates were
issued in Dundy County and Boone County.
1976 Nebraska local truck plate issued in Boone County.
1976 Nebraska local commercial truck plate issued in Platte County.
1976 Nebraska 6 month truck plate issued in Boone County.
1976 amateur radio operator plate used through 1984 with 3
ton truck sticker shown on the on left. On the right is a 1976 amateur radio
Below is an amateur radio operator plate updated through December of 1977.
Notice the difference in the shape of the zero with the slash through it.
1976 Nebraska vanity plate
1976 Nebraska handicapped license plates.
Someone glued a three to the plate on the left, which was used to February of
I assume it was for a county number. 3 is the serial number for Gage County.
Government plate used in Nebraska from 1969 through
1976 Nebraska bus plate. The 28 would indicate it was
issued in Hamilton County.
1976 Nebraska vanity license plates on galvanized and with
grey coated back.
Nebraska historical vehicle plate. This type was first issued
in 1975 and used into the early 80's
1976 Nebraska light trailer license plates issued in Otoe
County and Boone County.
1976 Nebraska light trailer dealer license plate issued in
1976 Nebraska cabin permit plate issued in Webster
1976 Nebraska public service commission license plate.
1976 Nebraska transporter plate.
Nebraska grain buyer plates used during
1976 Nebraska motorcycle plates
Butler County motorcycle plate on aluminum
Platte County motorcycle plate on galvanized steel
1976 Nebraska motorcycle dealer plate issued in Platte
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1976 Nebraska snowmobile license plate.
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Various 76 Nebraska non-passenger plates not shown above.
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