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UK License Plates

Black on white (front) and black on yellow (rear).
Blue band stickers are optional.


Private/Passenger
1904 - today

British License Plates

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


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(1) Picture by Greg Gibson


Autonomous Dependencies With a Special Relation With the Queen

Alderney Guernsey Herm Isle of Man Jersey
Sark        

Dependencies With a Large Degree of Autonomy

Anguilla Ascension Island Bermuda British Virgin Islands Cayman Islands
Falkland Islands Gibraltar Montserrat Pitcairn Saint Helena
Tristan da Cunha Turks and Caicos      

Dependencies With No Constant Inhabitation

British Indian Ocean Territory Canton & Enderbury Islands South Georgia/South Sandwich Islands    

Former British Colonies

Aden Colony British Honduras British India Gilbert and Ellis Islands Hong Kong
Tangier        

British Forces in ...

Cyprus Egypt Germany    

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U.S. in the U.K.

Sealand Flag   Sealand

Sealand Souvenir License Plate Sealand Vicinity Map

Sealand is an abandoned World War II anti-aircraft platform in the Thames Estuary. It is just outside Great Britain's three mile territorial water limit.
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.


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Location Western Europe
Capital London
Main Religion Christianity (protestantism, the queen is head of the Church of England, and catholicism)
National Language English
History England, Wales and Scotland merged into the United Kingdom in 1707.
When Ireland seceded from the United Kingdom in 1921, Northern Ireland remained British and became a part of the United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom is a member of the European Union since 1973.
International Oval GB
ISO Code GB

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