Wyoming License Plates

Wyoming Number Plate
These Brand new Wyoming plates are 17 each, Looking fantastic in white reflective metal. Be advised that Black font would look best on these plates if your registration is more than five characters long, instead of the standard red font, as the "Bucking Bronco" is also in red and your registation would get lost.





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Facts
Capital:
Cheyenne 
Slogan:
Centennial 
Map:
Wyoming map
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Flag:
Wyoming flag 
History

License plates in the state of Wyoming feature the "bucking bronco." This horse has appeared on Wyoming license plates since 1936. Wyoming residents are proud of the symbol, which has become an icon identifying Wyoming products, objects and people. The symbol was adopted to the state license plate in 1936. It dates back to 1918, when it was the insignia worn by soldiers from Wyoming in World War I, and was designed by George N. Ostrom. It was later adopted by the U.S. Army to identify gun trails, trucks and other equipment, according to information provided by the Wyoming Secretary of State's Office. However, some historians believe the horse in the symbol was modeled after a legendary rodeo horse named Steamboat, which was dubbed "the horse that couldn't be ridden."

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