1993 "lipstick" no border base:  The following design began in 1993 ("94" expiration sticker).  It was called the "lipstick" design because the state name looks like it was scrawled on with lipstick.




1993 "lipstick" bordered base:  Later in the series, a border was added to the design, partially in both the "B" and "C" series, and completely from the "D" series on.  This design was resumed after the Louisiana Purchase design below in mid-2004.




2002 Louisiana Purchase bicentennial base:  The following design began in January 2002 and commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase.  The design includes a compass in the center of the plate with a map of the U.S. in the center of the compass.  The area of the Louisiana Purchase is highlighted on the U.S. map.  In mid-2004, this design was discontinued and the previous "lipstick" design resumed.




2005 pelican graphic:  The following graphic design began around February 2005 and started with the "NFV" block.  Shortly after the design began, a couple minor modifications were made: the state name was decreased in size and a light line was added to distinguish the pelican's head from the white background.




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