First CD-series since 1946 (CD-117 = US Ambassador)
CD-121 = Argentina Ambassador
1951 introduction of the National license plate registration (ND-00-01) but the CD plates remain with 3 numbers. The plate format changed and the colour had to be dark blue.
CDJ-series for The International Court of Justice at The Hague since 1946. The first CDJ-number was CDJ-11 for the first President of the Court mr. José Guerrero from El Salvador. This CD-J25 plate lay-out on the picture above is the plate lay-out since 1951. The dash between CD and J is misplaced; should be CDJ-25.
1976-1977 Light blue plates where introduced for all license plates.
1978-2000 Yellow plates where in use, above the nomal plate size 520×110 mm.
1978-2000 The ‘rectangular model’ license plate 340×210 mm
1978-2000 The US-size model, or official 18.2 model, 310×110 mm
1978-2000 Motorcyle type. 02-CD-11 International Organizations.
1978-2000 CDJ series International Court of Justice at The Hague.
Some Special CD-plates that have been in use for International Organizations
CD-B series Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)
From CD-B-10 to CD-B-14 from 1983-1991.
Common Fund for Commodities (CFC)
Only CD-F-10 and CD-F-11 from 1989 to 1991.
N.A.T.O. (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)
CD-N-10 to CD-N-15 from ?? to 1992
CD-S S.H.A.P.E. (Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe) Mons, Belgium.
Only CD-S-10 and CD-S-11 from ?? to 1991.
CD-T series: International Tea Promotion Association
Only CD-T-10 from 1981 to 1984.
Since 2000, the so-called “GAIK-system” has been introduced with the blue Euro-NL band, smaller numbers and letters and a black border.
Diplomatic embassy staff. (size 520×110 mm)
Diplomatic embassy staff Rectangle model (340×210 mm).
Diplomatic embassy staff US-size (18.2 model) 310×110 mm
Diplomatic embassy staff motorcycle (210×143 mm)
99-CD-99 series for International Organizations
Black on white plates for trainlers under 750kg and bicycle racks.
CDJ series for the International Court of Justice at The Hague