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KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY HAD SEVERAL
PORCELAIN CITY LICENSE
PLATES, HERE'S TWO
EXAMPLES FROM
LEXINGTON.  OTHER CITIES
THAT HAD PORCELAIN
LICENSE PLATES WERE
CATLETTSBURG,
COVINGTON, LOUISVILLE,
NEWPORT & PADUCAH.  
KENTUCKY STATE ISSUED
PORCELAIN LICENSE
PLATES WERE IDENTIFIED
WITH THE LETTERS B, L, M
& G.  BELIEVED THAT THE
"B" WAS 1910, "L" WAS
1911, "M" WAS 1912 AND
"G" WAS 1913.  THE
REALLY UNIQUE PLATE
SHOWN HERE IS PLATE
#4312.  THIS PLATE HAS A
RED "M" ON IT.  ALL THE
OTHER KNOWN EXAMPLES
OF THIS ISSUE HAD A
WHITE "M".  THIS IS THE
ONLY PLATE KNOWN LIKE
THIS. THE 1916 IS ALSO AN
UNKNOWN STYLE AS 1916
KENTUCKY PLATES WERE
MADE OF METAL, THIS ONE
IS PORCELAIN.