Jeff’s Ultimate Florida License Plate Website
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About Florida License Plates
Florida began issuing license plates in 1918. From 1938 to 1977, plate numbers used a numeric county code prefix. The codes were originally assigned by population. Dade county got number 1, Duval got number 2, and so on up to 67, which went to rural Liberty County. This website celebrates this “golden” age of Florida license plates in pictures.

Jeff Francis
Member, Automobile License Plate Collectors Association #1879
P.O. Box 41381
St. Petersburg, FL 33743

Monroe Monroe Monroe Monroe Dade Dade Monroe Collier Collier Collier Broward Hendry Hendry Hendry Palm Beach Martin Martin Saint Lucie Okeechobee Okeechobee Okeechobee Glades Glades Glades Highlands Highlands Highlands Lee Lee Charlotte De Soto Hardee Sarasota Sarasota Manatee Manatee Indian River Polk Polk Osceola Osceola Osceola Polk Hillsborough Hillsborough Pinellas Pasco Hernando Hernando Sumter Sumter Sumter Sumter Lake Lake Lake Orange Orange Orange Brevard Seminole Brevard Volusia Volusia Volusia Volusia Volusia Putnam Putnam Flagler Flagler Saint Johns Saint Johns Clay Duval Duval Duval Nassau Nassau Nassau Bradford Bradford Union Union Union Baker Baker Columbia Columbia Alachua Alachua Marion Marion Citrus Levy Levy Levy Gilchrist Dixie Dixie Lafayette Lafayette Suwanee Suwanee Hamilton Taylor Madison Jefferson Jefferson Wakulla Leon Leon Gadsden Liberty Liberty Franklin Gulf Calhoun Jackson Jackson Walton Bay Washington Holmes Walton Santa Rosa Escambia Okaloosa