United States Government

 

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April 2012 expiration on U.S. Government, Department of State plate issued to Russian consulate

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November 2011 expiration on U.S. Government, Department of State diplomatic plate issued to Sierra Leone diplomat
Decemer 2010 expiration on U.S. Goverment, Department of State diplomatic plate issued to the Senegal United Nations mission

Image taken by Federico of Italy and forwarded by Dr. Sergio La Camera of Dinslaken, Germany


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May 2019 expiring United States Government, Department of Transportation plate

Image sent by Mark Holloway of Beatty, Nevada


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September 8, 2011 expiring United States Department of State temporary plate

Image sent by Scott Kaiser of Hammond, Indiana


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July 2017 expiring United States Government, Smithsonian Institution plate
Current (July 2011) United States Government, Architect of the Capitol plate

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Current (July 2011) United States Government, Capitol Police plate
Current (July 2011) United States Government, U.S. Senate van plate

Images from Mike Glauboch of Butte, Montana


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October 2018 expiring United States Government, General Services Administration plate in use in Arizona (July 2011)

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November 2018 expiring United States Government, Department of Agriculture plate
(Seen in use on Forest Service vehicle near the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska)

Image from Andrew Osborne of Winnipeg, Manitoba


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United States Government General Services Administration plate in use on Makah Indian Reservation in Washington State, May 2011
May 2018 expiring United States Government General Services Administration plate in use on Makah Indian Reservation in Washington State

Images sent by Pierre Delacote of Pender Island, British Columbia


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April 2018 expiring United States Department of Interior license plate

Image sent by Jim Sadler of Ottawa, Ontario


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September 2011 expiration on United States Department of State consul plate for consulate of Mexico

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Current (April 2011) United States Department of State diplomatic plate for the ambassador of India

Image sent by Brian Sawyer of Minooka, Illinois


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September 2018 expiring U.S. Government, General Services Administration plate
Current (March 2011) U.S. Government, Veterans Administration plate

Images sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont, West Virginia


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United States Department of the Interior plate in use November 2010

Image sent by Jeannine de Jonge of Zwanenburg, the Netherlands


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January 2018 expiring U.S. Government, Department of the Treasury plate

Image sent by Barrett Wilkinson of Olive Branch, Mississippi


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Current (August 2010) United States Government Veterans' Administration plate

Image sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont, West Virginia


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Current (August 2010) United States Government General Services Administration plate in G13 class
September 2017 expiring United States Government Department of Agriculture plate
July 2018 expiring United States Government General Services Administration plate in G13 class

April 2018 expiring United States Government General Services Administration plate in the G14 class
January 2018 expiring United States Government National Aeronautical and Space Administration plate

Images from Jean-Marc Collin of Ille et Vilaine, Brittany, France


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Current (August 2010) U.S. Government General Services Administration plate
1 ton cargo truck class

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June 2011 expiration on U.S. Government Consular plate for Mexican Consul
December 2010 expiration on U.S. Government Consular plate for Mexican Consul
September 2010 expiration on U.S. Government Consular plate for Mexican Consul

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Current United States Government, Post Office vehicle license plate

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June 2017 expiration on Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Government motorcycle plate



May 2010 expiration on United States Department of State diplomatic plate for the ambassador of São Tomé & Príncipe

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Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia


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May 2010 expiration on United States Department of State diplomatic plate for Egyptian embassy as noted by the TH in the serial

Image sent by Jeannine de Jonge of Zwanenburg, the Netherlands
Picture taken September 22, 2009




December 2017 expiring United State Government Justice Department trailer plate

Image sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey


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September 29, 2009 expiring United States Department of State temporary plate
February 2010 expiration on United States Department of State diplomatic plate for the Canadian Embassy as noted by TG in serial

Image sent by Jim Sadler of Ottawa, Ontario


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Currently used (November 2009) United States Government Marine Corps plate

Image from Leo Good of Cloquet, Minnesota


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February 2010 expiration on United States Department of State license plate issued to French embassy staff

Image sent by Jack McGee of Meridian, Idaho


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United States Department of Agriculture plate seen in use on a pick up truck (August 2009)

Image sent by Dave Hoag of Grand Isle, Vermont


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Plates seen in use August 2009
U.S. Government, Corps of Engineers plate used on a boat trailer
U.S. Government, Corps of Engineers, older style plate used on a boat trailer
U.S. Government, General Services Administration plate used on a pick-up truck

Images sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont, West Virginia



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June 2004 expiration on U.S. Department of State consul plate for the Colombian consulate
Image from Erik Bos, Utrecht, The Netherlands


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Current U.S. Department of Interior license plate

Seen in use on June 22, 2009 by Mike Macik of O'Fallon, Illinois


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United States Government plate expiring in June of 2017, General Services Adminsitration used on buses and ambulances.
This one was on a Muskogee Creek Nation ambulance.

Image sent by Michael Wolf of Hulbert, Oklahoma



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Current (May 2009) United States Government National Aeronautics and Space Administration plate
Current (May 2009) United States Government General Services Administration plate used on 1/2 ton and under cargo truck


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Current (May 2009) United State Government General Services Administration plate used on 1 ton cargo truck
Current (May 2009) United States Government General Services Administration plate used on intermediate or sub compact sedan


Image sent by Jon Lebowitz of Hicksville, New York


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U.S. Department of Agriculture boat trailer plate (4" x 7") in use May 20, 2008
U.S. Department of Agriculture boat trailer plate in use April 10, 2009

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U.S. Government plate seen used on a van at the Presidio in San Francisco in March of 2009 (PT=Presidio Trust)

Image sent by John Boal of Upland, California


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U.S. Department of Agriculture license plate seen in use July 2008

Image sent by Jack McGee of Meridian, Idaho


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Current (July 2008) (two plates) U.S. Government National Aeronautics & Space Administration plates
Current (July 2008) U.S. Goverment General Services Administration Interagency Motorpool System, medium sized car plate

Images sent by Jon Lebowitz of Hicksville, New York




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June 2008 expiration on U.S. Department of State consul license plate issued to the Israeli consulate

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Current (May 2008) U.S. Department of Interior license plate
Current (May 2008) U.S. Smithsonian Institution license plate
Current (May 2008) U.S. Capitol Police license plate


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Current (May 2008) U.S. Capitol Police trailer plate
Current (May 2008) U.S. Senate van plates

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Current (May 2008) U.S. Capitol Police motorcycle plate

Images sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey


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October 2008 expiration on U.S Diplomatic trailer plate

Image sent by Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia


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U.S. Government Marine Corps license plate seen on a tour bus spotted at an air show on May 17, 2008 at Andrews Air Force Base
Image sent in May of 2008 by Jon Lebowitz of Plainview, New York


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April 2008 expiration on U.S. Department of State Consul plate for Indonesian consulate
February 2009 expiration on Department of State (new style) Consul plate for Indonesian consulate


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February 2009 expiration on U.S. Department of State plate for vehicle owned by missions and officials not entitled to consul or diplomatic status
Current (May 2008) U.S. Government General Services Administration for a 4 x 2 half ton truck.

Images sent by Jochen M. Voelsch of Bad Nauheim, Germany


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Currently used (October 2007)
U.S. Government - Architect of the Capitol plate
U.S. Government - Equal Employment Opportunity Commission plate
U.S. Government - International Broadcasting Bureau - Voice of America plate

Images sent by Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia



March 2008 expiration on U.S. Diplomatic motorcycle license plate.
The XZ prefix would be for a diplomat from Australia

Image sent by Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia


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March (or is it October?) expiration on United States Department of State license plate issued to a diplomat from Angola
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Andrew Pang of Arlington, Virginia


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Current (2006) United States Department of Interior plate
October 2006 expiration on United States Department of State Consul plate. QT would indicate the Consul of New Zealand
Current (2006) United States Department of Agriculture plate


Images sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey


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Current (2006) United States Government plate from General Services Administration Interagency Motorpool System on a medium sized car.

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United States Department of Homeland Security license plate seen in January of 2006.
Image sent by Karl Denhart of Ocala, Florida


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April 2005 expiration on United States Department of State, United Nations diplomatic plate for South Korea
November 2005 expiration on United States Department of State diplomatic plate.
Images sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey



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May 2005 expiration (of some kind) on United States Department of State Consul plate. The TZ prefix would indicate it was used by the Consul of Peru
Undated (seen used December 2004) flat United States Department of State Consul plate> The KJ prefix indicates that it was used by the Consul of Lithuania
Images sent by Eric Sivertsen of Park Ridge, Illinois




U.S. Government motorcycle plate seen in use in Hawaii by Andrew Osborne of Winnipeg, Manitoba in August of 2004.



Currently used (May 2004) U.S. Government Veteran's Administration plate.
Image sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey


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December 2002 expiraiton on U.S. Department of State for a mission or official plate not entitled to consular or diplomatic status
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United States Postal Service plate currently in use (September 2003).
June 2004 expiration on U.S. Department of State Consulate plate for Honduras consulate.
Images sent by Eric Sivertsen of Park Ridge, Illinois.



Currently used U.S. Government license plate. G32 means it is from the Interagency Motor Pool System and is on a van that carries greater than 16 passengers.


United States motorcycle plate.

Images sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey



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United States Government plate from the Interagency Motor Pool System used on trucks, cargo 1 ton.
This plate is currently in use as of September 2003.



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July 2003 expiration on Chile consul plate.
September 2003 expiration on Greek diplomatic plate
Images sent by Eric Sivertsen of Park Ridge, Illinois


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U.S, Government license plates currently used (May 2003) on National Science Foundation vehicles as noted by the NS prefix.
Images sent by Joe Sallmen of Fairmont,West Virginia



United States Government plate in the G12 class used for sedans, compact cars.
Image sent by Cal & James Hyer of Byron, Georgia


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June 2002 expiration on Hungarian consulate, as noted by KH prefix, plate, and an undated version of a Hungarian consulate plate (most likely from New York and updated with a windshield sticker.)



U. S. issued diplomatic license plate with January 2003 expiration. the ND in the serial would indicate it was issued to a Romanian diplomat.
Picture is from web site of Andrew Pang of Elkridge, Maryland.



 

Newly issued (2002) flat U. S. Government plate with G42 desigantion for 3/4 ton cargo trucks.
Picture taken by Karl Denhart of Ocala, Florida


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Close up of holograms on the plate above it.


 
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On left, May 2002 expiration on U.S. Consul license plate for Russian diplomat.
On right, November 2002 expiration on U.S. Diplomat's plate from the United Nations for Indonesian representative as noted by the QZ
Images sent by Jim Moini of Bergenfield, New Jersey



 

Newly issued (2002) flat style U.S. Government plate for 1st generation sedan.




November 2002 expiration on Consul plate. The CY would indicate that it is issued for a consular from China.