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France former normal series rear plate 0172 RP 41.jpg (28 kB)
Normal series 1950-2009. With a leading zero, normally not used in France.
41 = Loir-et-Cher. Picture: Romain Hobe 2004.

France former normal series front plate Corse 5521 HG 2B.jpg (16 kB)
France former normal series rear plate Corse 5521 HG 2B.jpg (29 kB)
Normal series 1950-2009. 2B = Haute-Corse. Picture: Romain Hobe, Corsica 2005.

France diplomatic series 64 CMD 1.jpg (53 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1965. 64 = Kenya. CMD = Chef Mission Diplomatique (Ambassador).
Picture: Romain Hobe 2005.

France diplomatic series U 228 CMD 1.jpg (31 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1965. U = UNESCO. 228 = Colombia.
CMD = Chef Mission Diplomatique (Ambassador). Picture: Romain Hobe 2005.

France diplomatic series 405 CD 405.jpg (18 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1965. 405 (to the left) = European Space Agency.
CD = Corps Diplomatique. Picture: Romain Hobe 2005.

France diplomatic series 401 CD 2759 X.jpg (23 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1965. 401 = UNESCO. CD = Corps Diplomatique. X = Vehicles bought normally in France or imported, not exempt from duty. Picture: Romain Hobe 2005.

France diplomatic series 401 K 4327.jpg (50 kB)
Diplomatic series since 1966. 401 = UNESCO. K = Administrative and technical staff.
This plate should have been silver on green. Picture: Romain Hobe 2005.

French Forces in Germany 84-5911.jpg (37 kB)
French Forces in Germany. 4 = Saarburg (since 1999). New size plate with euroband.
Picture: Romain Hobe 2006.

France former garage series 2018 W 57.jpg (55 kB)
Garage series 1959-2009. 57 = Moselle. Picture: Romain Hobe 2006.

France former official series front plate 78D 7176A.jpg (15 kB)
Official series 1992-2008. 78 = Yvelines. D = Permitted to operate departmentally
and in adjoining departments only. Picture: Guillermo Frías Marín 2005.

France former official series front plate 92E 5088 A.jpg (41 kB)
Official series 1992-2008. 92 = Hauts-de-Seine. E = Permitted to operate in France
and other European Union countries. Picture: Romain Hobe 2006.

France former official series rear plate 57N-1468B.jpg (41 kB)
Official series 1992-2008. 57 = Moselle. N = Permitted to operate nationally within France.
Picture: Nico Dietrich, Strasbourg 2004.

France former official series rear plate 78R-4930B.jpg (18 kB)
Official series 1992-2008. 78 = Yvelines. R = Permitted to operate regionally
and in adjoining regions only. Picture: Guillermo Frías Marín 2005.

France official series rear plate Corse 2AR 2648A.jpg (39 kB)
France official series rear plate Corse close-up 2AR 2648A.jpg (25 kB)
Official series 1992-2008. 2A = Corse-du-Sud. R = Permitted to operate regionally
and in adjoining regions only. Picture: Romain Hobe, Corsica 2005.

France former military series 420845.jpg (30 kB)
Military series 1923-40. 410001-450000 = 11th Military Region (Nantes).
Picture: Romain Hobe 2006.

France former military series 6871 2483.jpg (18 kB)
Military series 1960-2009. 8 digits 1980-2009. 6 = Army and Gendarmerie (until 1988).
87 = Year of registration 1987. 1 = Cars and coaches. Picture: Nico Dietrich, Strasbourg 2004.

France former Paris bus series front plate 5720.jpg (24 kB)
Paris bus series. These all-numeric registrations were last issued in 2003.
New buses use normal series plates. Picture: Guillermo Frías Marín 2005.

France former moped series A 737 A.jpg (29 kB)
The moped series that was introduced in July 2004. No coding. This format in use 2004-06.
Picture: Romain Hobe 2004.

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