Current series diplomatic plates are coloured black on reflective white and, usually, with CD (Diplomatic Corps) above or to the left of the number. The first group of numerals is a code for the Embassy, the centre group is a serial number and the third is 22 or, more recently, 21.
Diplomatic series 1967-1977; CD = Embassy, no countrycode.
CC = Consular Corps
CD = Diplomatic Corps
CMD = Chief of Diplomatic Mission
COI = Chief of International Organization
Current series diplomatic series plates are coloured light green and have, in black, the Embassy code number,
(66 = "International Committee for the fight against Drought in the Sahel") then either CMD (Chief of Mission),<br />CD (Diplomatic Corps) or CC (Consular Corps) and a serial number sometimes with a further letter,<br />and possibly RM as a suffix.<br /><br /></p>"
Members of the Diplomatic Corps have green on yellow plates with an Embassy code number,
(34 = France) letters indicating the status and up to three serial numerals.
Letters that are used are:
CD Diplomatic Corps
CC Consular Corps
K Administrative and technical personnel
Former series from 1976 until October 2009.
The diplomatic series used the prefix letters AJ to AN, AP, AR, AS, AU, AV and AX.
- El Salvador
- New in collection
- Czech Republic
- United States of America
- Congo, Democratic Republic
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
- Sri Lanka
- Costa Rica
- Burkina Faso
- CD-plate collection
- Plates for swap