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Black on white (front) and black on yellow (rear).
Blue band stickers are optional.
Older Series: White or silver on black (front and rear) - still in use
Later: Black on white (front) and black on yellow (rear)
(1) Picture by Stephen Petch
(2) Picture by Barry Chitty
(1) Picture by Greg Gibson
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Sealand is an abandoned World War II anti-aircraft platform in the
Thames Estuary. It is just outside Great Britain's three mile territorial
In 1967, it was occupied by a British businessman, Roy Bates, and his family. He proclaimed himself Prince Roy and the platform to be the "Principality of Sealand".
The British Home Office (Interior Ministry) issued a statement saying that in the British government's view Sealand remains British territory.
Any "Sealand license plate" is to be considered a fake or souvenir license plate.