Colorado License Plates

Colorado This is a picture of the Colorado License Plate we keep these in stock in our factory, and can emboss (press) and foil these. 
We ship these worldwide. These plates are made from aluminium, and will fit maximum 8 letters/numbers and are embossed using the 65mm Connecticut script. The best size registration for this plate is 7-8 characters. These plates are foiled with either green or black letters, to give the authentic Colorado License Plate look. We can also do this plate in yellow reflective.

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Facts
Capital:
Denver 
Slogan:
Centennial 
Map:
Colorado map
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Flag:
Colorado flag 
History
1913 was the first year the State issued license plates. Prior to this time, cities issued numbers and you made your own.

1913, 1914, and 1915 license plates were porcelainized.

Numbers on 1919 and 1920 plates were individually cut pieces and they were spot welded on the heavy license plate blank. A tab showed the year on these plates. 1920 plates were stamped like the rest.

Plates for the larger counties during the 1920's were very large. Some measured 5 1/2" X 16", while others measured 6" X 14" with numbers 5/8" wide and 4" tall.

The outline of the Colorado Rocky Mountains appeared on the 1960, 1962-1972, and 1974 plates.

The picture of the Skier appeared in 1958 and disappeared in 1959.

In 1977, Colorado began issuing license plates on a staggered, year around basis. The white on green reflectorized plates were a multi-year plate with validating tabs that were issued each consecutive year. The outline of the Colorado Rocky Mountains appeared across the top of the plate and "Colorado" appeared across the bottom. These plates are still in use at the present time.

In 1989, Colorado began issuing Designer license plates. These plates are blue on white and are a multi-year plate with validating tabs that are issued on a staggered, year around basis. The plate has "Colorado" silk screened at the top with the red and yellow Colorado "C" symbol. In July, 1992, personalized plates in Colorado were allowed to utilize seven (7) positions on the plates and the "denim" background replaced the white background used on the "designer" license plates.


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