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Pennsylvania License Plates

The letters I, O, Q, and U are not used on current passenger plates, and the letters A and E are not used in the second position. The letter Q has not been used on non-vanity plates since the "Suburban" station wagon plates on the 1960-64 base.

Stickers

11 - white on red

12 - green on white

13 - white on black

14 - red on white

15 - white on blue

16 - black on white

17 - white on green

18 - blue on white

19 - white on red

20 - green on white

21 - white on black

Standard Passenger Plates

Passenger new

KSD-5596
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The current base began in September, 1999. All previous bases were replaced by the end of 2002.

FKA-FKZ was not used. Bruce Bufalini notes that vowels (A and E are the only ones used in general issue plates) have not been used in the second position on plates in the Exx series, nor was E used in the second position of the Fxx series, but A was used in the second position of the Fxx series. No repeating first and second letters been used in the Exx or Fxx series, but they were in the Gxx series. This has been a departure from the Dxx series since DAA-DAZ and DDA-DDZ plates were issued. The I series was skipped, so the issue advanced from HZZ to JBA since the letter A is not used in the second position on regular issue plates.

Base low: DAA-0000 Nick Tsilakis

Issuance of the updated visitPA design started on 22 DEC 04. FYC-9994 is the current high in the series before the change, which began at GBA. The current series advanced from GZZ to HBA since the letter A is not used in the second position on regular issue plates.

Ed Angiolillo reports JBP-0441 on 2008-07-18. It was probably a vanity that was made in error with the keystone instead of a hyphen. Pennsylvania is one of the few states that permits vanities to be issued in the normal sequence, but they should appear with a hyphen where the keystone would normally be placed between the letters and numbers, to differentiate them from the normal series.

- 22 Apr ’18

Non-passenger Plates

Antique

2LG8
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This is a new series (Antique Vehicle) that replaces the Antique Historic Car plate. Antique Historic Car plates were produced as high as 00ZW in that format, but it is not known if they went all the way to 99ZZ before the change was made.

Note: The first letter is the series letter.

After reaching Z99Z, the series changed to 0AA0.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Antique Motorcycle

02762
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After reaching 99Z, the format changed to AA0. After reaching ZZ9, the format changed to A0A. Y4C is the highest reported in that format.

New format and number series appears to have been released around May 2013 using the 4x7 sized plates and the text "ANTIQUE MC" at the bottom.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Apportioned

AG-41355
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Now on visitPA base, starting at AF-50000.

Colin McGregor - 3 Feb ’16

Bus

BA-73861
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No dash on the newer plates, at least as high as BA57627, which was reported by Eric Butler. Now Bus plates are appearing with it again, and they are now on the VisitPA.com base. Bird Man reports BA-59591 with the dash.

Apportioned Bus high: BN-02580 2013-10-08 Ben Maltz

Still on www base.

Creighton Rabs - 26 Dec ’14

Classic Car

C31025
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Original series was 5 digit numeric with New Jersey dies (except for the 20000-21000 range) with room for only 5 digits.

On VisitPA base.

At C29000, dies changed to the regular PA type from the old style that were formerly used on Antique and Classic Car plates.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Classic Motorcycle

CL
0977
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No longer purple on white. On the visitPA base.

Tom Perri - 2 Aug ’15

Collectible Vehicle

CV1581
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Yellow on black base. These plates are not dated and carry no stickers. Steve Ondik observes that these plates appear mainly on modified (such as drag type) vehicles mostly 20 years old and older.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Dealer

K28-096K
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From Colin MG: Pennsylvania has used this number pattern for dealer plates since 1971 (xnn-nnn[same x]). Research I've done shows that the Bnn-nnnB series was used first (1971), then Cnn-nnnC (1973), then in 1975 or so, the Ann-nnnA series debuted. I've seen examples of the Ann-nnnA series on the blue-on-yellow base from the late seventies, as well as the bicentennial base. The Dnn-nnnD series has been seen with an 89 sticker. To my knowledge, the Enn-nnnE series was not issued. The Fnn-nnnF series covered the blue "Keystone State" bases, and I don't see any evidence that the Gnn-nnnG series was issued. Hnn-nnnH was used on state.pa.us plates, and Jnn-nnnJ was on both state.pa.us and visitPA. Knn-nnnk, current as of the start of 2014, is obviously on visitPA. Inn-nnnI could not have been issued as Pennsylvania doesn't allow I's to be put onto non-vanities.

James Boerner - 28 Sep ’15

Dealer - Multi Purpose

MP4659D
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Still on www base.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Emergency Vehicle

EV-70166
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Plates issued to Fire Departments and EMS services. Descendent of the Fire Dept. Plate, which was retired in the early 70s.

After being white on red since the 80s, this plate is now on the visitpa.com base with red embossed lettering. Earlier plates in the red on white format have been replaced by the new version, which also serves as a replacement for the former Fire Department plate.

The new style seems to have started at EV-50000. The high on the previous type was only around EV-30011, however, EV-31053 was reported on the new format. The lower series is reserved for non-fire department apparatus, such as private ambulance companies. The higher series is for municipal departments.

Nicholas Santiago - 17 Jan ’16

Farm Truck

FM-0310D
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Now on the visitPA base.

Tom Perri - 20 Jul ’15

Fire Department

FD-29401
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Fire Department plates have been recalled by PennDOT and have been replaced by the newer style Emergency Vehicle plates.

John McDevitt - 19 Sep ’06

Limousine

LM-29761
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Now on visitPA base

Jay Hughes - 11 Dec ’15

Mass Transit

MT
46356
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Now on the visitPA base. Changeover happened at M/T 40000. Also this marks the return of the stacked MT prefix which was absent in the series between MT-36000 and MT-39999.

Creighton Rabs - 7 Feb ’16

Moped

CA151
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The series on www base started at BA000, switched to visitPA base at BN000.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Motor Home

HH-48352
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Now on visitPA base with keystone separator in place of dash separator.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Motorcycle

2AE74
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After ZZZ99, 0000A, now 0AB01.

John McDevitt reports PennDOT released a redesigned regular motorcycle series to promote safety with the wording "LiveFreeRideAlive.com" along the bottom. It appears to have started at 8000L. Many of the original style plates are yet to be issued, and they will be issued until they run out.

As of April 2012, Bill Stephens reports that the latest issues no longer have "LiveFreeRideAlive.com" on bottom - back to plain "MC" on bottom. The first of this type reported to us is 8356V.

Vertical Motorcycle plates are now available in the M-NLN-C format.

Vertical Motorcycle high: M6D0C 2015-08-04 Bill Southwick

Bill Stephens - 20 Nov ’15

Motorcycle - Dealer

622D
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MCD at bottom

The alpha character is the last to advance, i.e., 000A-999A, 000B-999B, etc.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Municipal

MG-1154J
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Issued to police cars and municipal vehicles.

Bill Jester advises that the series progressed from MG-00000 to MG-0000A. The 00000-MG series is for municipal trucks and trailers only. Both types are issued as singles.

Jay Hughes - 14 Nov ’15

Municipal - Motorcycle

MG63D
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These plates are usually found on police motorcycles.

Creighton Rabs - 30 Sep ’14

Official

36900-PA
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"Official Use" is the legend on the plate.

Used on vehicles owned by the Commonwealth.

Pickup trucks, like cars, also use the nnnnn-PA series and also are issued in pairs.

Commercial trucks and trailers use the PA-nnnnX series and are issued singles.

Truck/Trailer series: PA-7509A 2014-02-11 Colin MG

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Omnibus

OB-82501
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On the new visitPA base. John McDevitt speculates a changeover at OB-69000.

Creighton Rabs - 25 Jun ’15

Penn State (Official Use)

A43-39P
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Official Plate issued to Penn State University owned vehicles. Plate looks similar to standard PA Official plates with a dark blue base and white characters. These plates are issued in pairs. Penn State official plates use the large "outline" keystone separator that was used on the 1977 passenger base.

Heather Embee - 28 Oct ’14

Permanent Trailer

PT-831A9
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Letter moved one space to the left when it rolled over from PT-9999Z.

Changed to the visitPA base at PT-0000L.

PT-1953A reported as a low by Jordan Irazabal.

Colin McGregor - 31 Dec ’15

Person with Disability

55999
PD
$
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Now on the visitPA base. Before all of the P/D nnnnZ series were issued, the format changed to the reversed numeric series with the P/D suffix for a short time (Nick Tsilakis reports 00022 P/D from the short period when a few of these were first seen), but the P/D prefix in the Z series returned until it was used up.

Bruce Bufalini reports a low of P/D 0045A.

Disabled Person Motorcycle - PD-P71D

We observed a jump between sightings of 32068 P/D and 39211 P/D in less than one month.

Jay Hughes - 1 Feb ’16

Press Photographer

PP804
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Press Photographer license plates are issued to full-time newspaper, newsreel and television photographers. "PP" appears in small letters inside a "Keystone" to the left of the numbers. Still on the www base through PP799. Front and rear plates issued for this type.

Change to VisitPA probably occurred at PP800. PP804 was on this type.

Heather Embee - 19 Aug ’14

Repair Towing

RT-66146
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Issued to mechanics and towing companies. On the visitPA.com base.

James Boerner - 31 Jul ’15

Repossessor

RE-06240
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Salvage Yard

WL-26218
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Now on the VisitPA base, probably starting at WL-23000.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

School Bus

SC-73380
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Now on the VisitPA base

Creighton Rabs - 3 Feb ’16

School Vehicle

SV-23189
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Now on the VisitPA base

The Keystone separator was not used earlier, but it is back. SV19468 did not have it, but since about SV-19750 does have it.

School Vehicle plate issued to private school bus companies for use on small passenger vehicles (like vans, etc.) for the use of transporting school children. Public school districts put municipal tags on vehicles they own that meet this criteria.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Special Mobile

B141-SME
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Not yet on the VisitPA base.

Used mainly for heavy construction equipment that doesn't fall in the "Truck" category.

Original series was SME-123A.

Heather Embee - 30 May ’15

Taxi

TX-49146
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Now on the VisitPA base. Change suspected at TX-46000.

James Boerner - 28 Sep ’15

Temple University
(Official Use)

T0246U
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Official Plate issued to Temple University owned vehicles. Plate has a dark red base with white characters.

Eric Butler - 4 Nov ’06

Temporary

2747-654
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Adam Garstka - 30 Jan ’16

Trailer new

XKV-9901
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Upon reaching XZ-99999, a new series began at XBA-0000. The XA- series will not be used. Bill Stephens reports that the VisitPA base on trailer plates started at XCA-0000. Following the practice of not using vowels in the center position, the XE- series was skipped.

- 22 Apr ’18

Transporter

DT-30917
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Plate used for transporting vehicles between dealers and customers and other dealers. Now on VisitPA base.

Jay Embee - 3 Apr ’11

Truck new

ZLF-2813
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As of March 2011, Pennsylvania has finally run out of the Yxx-nnnn truck series after nearly 12 years. The traditional format for Truck plates in PA would have been to reverse to nnnn-YAA, but the series instead advanced to ZBB-nnnn. True to PennDOT practice, the middle "A" was skipped.

ZE- series skipped.

From Colin MG: When the state went from state.pa.us to visitPA.com, the dash separator was replaced with the keystone.

- 22 Apr ’18

University of Pittsburgh (Official Use)

U1284P
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Specialty Plates

Blue Lodge

MB
13024
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Now on visitPA base. Bruce Bufalini spotted the lowest, M/B 00001.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Breast Cancer

BC
04378
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Pa Breast Cancer Coalition

James Boerner - 24 Sep ’14

Carnegie Mellon Univ.

CM
00381
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C/M 00002 is the low seen by Kit.

Bruce Bufalini - 17 Jul ’12

Choose Life

01224
CL
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Michael Buglak - 19 Mar ’13

Civil Air Patrol

00032
CP
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Coast Guard Auxiliary

00220
AX
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Ed Angiolillo - 19 Jan ’12

D.A.R.E.

DA
1J88
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The format 0A00 series follows the 00A0 through 99Z9 series. The current high is the new style for this type.

These plates are no longer being issued, but existing plates are still being renewed.

Jordan Irazabal - 20 Jul ’15

Donate Life

DN
02082
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Heather Embee - 4 Oct ’10

Drexel University

DU
41687
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www base

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Ducks Unlimited

DU
01812
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www base

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Duquesne University

DU
22235
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Number series probably started at 20000 on the www base

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Elizabethtown College

EC
01105
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Heather Embee - 17 May ’10

Emergency Medical Services

EM
07540
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E/M 00003 reported as a low by Tom Perri.

Ed Angiolillo - 20 Apr ’13

Fire Fighter

ff 38676
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"FF" prefix is inside a Maltese cross. FF 35976 is the highest reported on the www base. The change to visitPA came at FF 360nn.

FF 00032 reported as a low by Jordan Irazabal.

Nicholas Santiago - 9 Oct ’15

Flagship Niagara

FN
999V
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Progression: 0000 - 9999, 000A - 999A,

000B - 999B, etc. Plate was discontinued in 2/97 due to visibility issues.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Flyers' Wives Charities

FL
01567
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Franklin and Marshall College

00155
FM
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On the newest base

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Fraternal Order of Police

FP
20395
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Now on the visitpa.com base

There is also a FOP Survivor plate that is separate from the regular FOP series. This is for surviving spouses or children. F/P is at the end on there.

High: 00011F/P 2014-05-09 Heather Embee

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Friends of Valley Forge Park

00074
VF
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Specialty tag to support Valley Forge National Park.

Low - 00001 V/F

James Boerner - 21 May ’15

Gold Star Family

GSF
0639
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These plates are issued to desiring families of those killed in combat.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Hearing Impaired

HE-03106
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Seen on PAPL8S.com

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Korean War Veteran

KV
02715
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Heather Embee - 25 Jul ’12

LaSalle University

LU
00445
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LaSalle University and Lehigh University (listed below) both use L/U, but LaSalle has it in the prefix position, while Lehigh has it in the suffix position.

Tom Perri - 24 Nov ’10

Lebanon Valley College

LV
01221
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Series started at L/V 00000. Still on www base.

L/V 00002 remade onto the visitPA.com base

Remakes from the www base to the visitPA.com base are available on older numbers.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Legislator (RET)

PA
186
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Heather Embee - 22 May ’10

Lehigh University

02206
LU
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On VisitPA base.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Lions International

LI
01548
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Mansfield University

MU
40249
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Now on the VisitPA base

Numbers appeared to begin at 40000 on the current base.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

National Greyhound Adopt. Prog.

GH
01701
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Eric Butler reported the first plate of this type, G/H 00000.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

National Guard

NG
3762
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Heather Embee - 17 Feb ’11

Notre Dame Alumni Association

02615
ND
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Order of Elks

OE
20320
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Heather Embee - 21 Nov ’10

Otter

RC
0S44
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Progression for DARE, Otter, and Railroad plates: 0000 - 9999, 000A - 999A, 000B - 999B, etc. and up to 999Z, then 00A0 - 999A9, 00B0 - 99B9, etc. and up to 99Z9, after which the format will be 0A00.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Owl

WR
7188R
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Progression: 00000 - 99999, 0000A - 9999A, 0000B - 9999B, etc. and now up to the R suffix. O suffix was not used. Owl plates are no longer being issued, but they are still being renewed.

Jordan Irazabal reports W/R 00016 as a low.

Bob Brawley - 28 May ’01

PA State Nurses Association

RN
00126
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Pearl Harbor Survivor

PH
S0439
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Embossed

White background with "DECEMBER 7, 1941" in red at top, state name at red at bottom, "PEARL HARBOR SURVIVOR" in three stacked horizontal lines at the left in blue, and the stacked "P/H" followed by a small vertically centered "S" and then the registration number in blue.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Penn State Alumni

PS
28741
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PSU Alumni Assoc. plates changed to visitpa.com base around PS250nn; new plates have Penn State shield in blue.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Penn State University

10770
PS
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Started at 10000 P/S.

The bottom reads PENN STATE UNIVERSITY, and has the Nittany Lion logo. Not to be confused with the PENN STATE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION plate which has the Penn State shield logo, this one directly benefits the university. The one-time fee is $179, compared to a standard special-fund plate at $35 one-time or a vanity at $20 one-time.

James Boerner - 21 May ’15

Philadelphia Eagles

00480
EP
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Prisoner Of War

POW-V67
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The POW plate is another type that uses the large 1977 "outline" keystone separator.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Professional Firefighter

PF
06109
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Current base

There are two different blocks of numbers for these plates. The lower block of numbers has the legend "INTL ASSN FIRE FIGHTERS" in the yellow bar across the bottom, and the IAFF logo in red with black letters to the left of the P/F serial.

The second block of numbers, apparently starting at P/F 20000, is similar in design, but the legend across the bottom is "PHILA FIRE FIGHTERS' UNION" with a similar logo to the other plate in the same position, but with "22" (for Local 22) in the center, and "LOCAL, PHILA, IAFF, and FIRE" appearing in the Maltese Cross logo.

The stacked P/F on both types is screened, but the numbers are embossed. Our thanks to Bill Stephens for this information.

Local 22 series high - P/F 23097

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Purdue University

00155
PC
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Purple Heart

PH
09634
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Railroad

RR
3F46
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Colin McGregor - 13 Jun ’15

Seton Hall University

SH
00099
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Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Shriners

SP
00527
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Jordan Irazabal reports S/P00003 as a low.

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

St. Joseph's University

SJ
01715
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www base

Ed Angiolillo reports seeing S/J00267 with the full-color school logo screened on and no longer on the www base. Reissue?

Heather Embee - 18 Nov ’14

Steel Worker

SW
05485
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Heather Embee - 20 Jun ’11

Street Rod

6379
SR
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Bruce Bufalini - 16 Jun ’13

Temple University

TU
40621
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Now on the VisitPA base

Colin McGregor - 11 Feb ’14

Tiger

PZ
Z811A
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Progression: 0000 - 9999, 000A - 999Z, 00A0 - 99Z9, 0A00 - 9Z99, A000A - A999Z, B000A - B999Z, etc.

Very rare O used on this plate (was not mistaken for a 0 being that PA dies have the letters slightly smaller than numbers)

Low - PZ0002 spotted by Tom Perri

Bill Stephens - 16 Sep ’09

U.S. Armed Forces Retired

DD
04053
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Tom Perri - 12 Nov ’10

Univ Mich Alumni

UM
00291
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Tom Perri - 4 Dec ’10

University of Delaware

UD
00533
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Tom Perri - 2 Nov ’10

University of Pennsylvania

UP
04323
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Issued to Penn alumni as a special-fund plate.

Bill Stephens - 14 Feb ’10

University of Pittsburgh

UP
04750
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Newest base

Colin McGregor - 17 Mar ’14

Veteran

01998
US
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New plate series on visitpa.com base; full color US Flag to left of plate, with "US" stacked to the right of the numbers.

Colin McGregor - 11 Feb ’14

Veteran - Disabled

DV-36191
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Both types of Disabled Veteran plates have gone through several changes, so tracking them is difficult.

Bluish purple on white. DV is unstacked. No wheelchair symbol.

From John McDevitt:

FORMAT 1: DV-0000 to DV-9999

PENNSYLVANIA on top; DISABLED VETERAN on bottom, condensed legend font, 2 sticker wells on top left and right.

FORMAT 2: DV-10000 to a point between DV-18999 and DV-21999, PENNSYLVANIA on top; DISABLED VETERAN on bottom, condensed legend font, 2 sticker wells on top left and right.

FORMAT 3: From a point between DV-19000 and DV22000 to DV-24999, PENNSYLVANIA on top; DISABLED VETERAN on bottom, condensed legend font, sticker well bottom left.

FORMAT 4: From DV-25000 to DV-27999, PENNSYLVANIA on bottom; DISABLED VETERAN on top, condensed legend font, sticker well bottom left.

FORMAT 5: D/V28000 to D/V28999, Stacked prefix, PENNSYLVANIA on bottom; DISABLED VETERAN on top, wide legend font, sticker well bottom left.

FORMAT 6: DV-29000 to current high

PENNSYLVANIA on bottom DISABLED VETERAN on top, wide legend font, sticker well bottom left.

Heather Embee - 19 Aug ’14

Veteran - Severely Disabled

DV
93517
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Both types of Disabled Veteran plates have gone through several changes, so tracking them is difficult.

Bluish purple on white. This type is for severe disability, and has the D/V stacked, as well as a handicapped symbol. The D/V before the numbers and DISABLED VETERAN at the bottom of the plate are screened.

From John McDevitt:

D/V80000 - D/V86999 has the state name in blue at the top, and DISABLED VETERAN in red at the bottom.

D/V87000 - current has DISABLED VETERAN in red at the top, and the state name in blue on the bottom.

Some older plates without the handicapped symbol exist in the unstacked format with numbers in the 40000 range, but not much is known about them.

From Creighton Rabs: It appears as though Pennsylvania is in the new base in blue on top in the current issue in a white background. The D/V is screened while the numbers are standard PA issue, both in the same dark blue as the state name. Not sure when this particular changeover took place.

Creighton Rabs - 17 Jul ’14

Veterans of Foreign Wars

FW
05158
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Jordan Irazabal - 11 Jun ’12

Vietnam Veterans of America

VN
06889
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Newest base

Steve Ondik - 21 Jan ’10

Vietnam War Veteran

VW
08202
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Heather Embee - 4 Apr ’14

Villanova University

00330
VU
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Jordan Irazabal - 11 Jun ’12

Virginia Tech

00274
VT
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00001 V/T reported as a low.

Brendan S. - 23 Nov ’09

We The People

US
04616
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Special issue from 1987 commemorating the bicentennial of the US Constitution.

Carl - 19 Apr ’08

West Chester University

WC
20346
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Appears number series started at 20000, on visitPA base

Tom Perri - 1 Nov ’10

West Point Alumni

WP
1075
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Heather Embee - 27 May ’12

World War II Vet

WW
03015
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Jordan Irazabal - 11 Jun ’12

WVU Alumni Association

WV
01562
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West Virginia University Alumni Association, on visitPA base

Jordan Irazabal - 11 Jun ’12

York College

01117
YC
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Heather Embee - 2 Apr ’11

Inactive Series

Passenger - 7-digit blue

CEG-3865
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Bruce Bufalini - 1 Apr ’00

Passenger - You've Got A Friend

RWP-255
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Jeff Ellis - 27 Aug ’00