1952 Colorado Salesman Sample License Plate Prototype Tag RARE!! Colorweld Alcoa

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“Very Good”

This item is a prototype license plate that predates the 6x12 inch era. It is six inches high, but twelve and a quarter inches wide.This rare, historic item is in Very Good condition and is 100% all original.I was told that it came from a building in Colorado, along with other official automobilia from that state, although it may have been used to pitch license plate designs in other states as well. The size is similar to early 1950"s Colorado plates.This item is quite unusual, and it may be the only license plate sample/prototype that includes the somewhat redundant legend of LICENSE TAG.This plate is made of embossed aluminum and totally painted, front and back. The green background and white back are still glossy, but the white embossed border and lettering have a somewhat eggshell matte finish. Colorweld is a trademark of Alcoa Corp., which was (and is) one of the world"s leading producers of aluminum.Priority Mail shipping is a low $4.99 in the US.YES, we combine shipping costs! Just go ahead and buy all you like, and we will send you an adjusted invoice, or else we will pay a refund to your PayPal account before shipping the package.For shipping to other countries, please contact us for price.

Sale Price: US $59.99