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some of these photos are from various sites/locations 

 

1910's

                  

 Prior to 1912 some larger cities in Alabama issued tag numbers (they were home-made looking)

 

1920's

             

 

 

1930's

                    

  Separate front/back plates were issued on/off from 1912-1962. 

  1937 was the only year with "front" posted on the tag

 

1940's

      

   1942 was the start of County-Coded tags (that were dropped from 1977-1982)     

   no tag in 1943 (WW2) (previous year with sticker, sticker is pictured)

 

 

1950's

  1955 was the only large "heart-county" tag     1956 was the start of the new-size (what we call standard now) tags

 

1960's

               

  The 1969 plate was the first reflective plate

 

1970's

                 1977-1982

     Alabama used multi-year stickers starting in 1977

 

 

1980's1982-1987         1987-1993

 

 

1990's1993-1997   1997-2002

 

 

 

 2000's2002-2009    2009-2013          optional 2006-2013

  The 2006 "God Bless America" plates (and all tags after that) are flat with barcodes included

 

 

2010's2014-  optional 2014-

 

 

These special vanity plates were made available in Huntsville only. They were made to state specs and colors

on the state presses (1964 does have a different color, The plates are not reflective.)

            

 

 

                  

 

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