Trailer: The plate format is the county code number, "X", then the plate number.
1996 black/white: This base was introduced in 1996 ("97" expiration sticker) and was issued along side the 1996 orange sky graphic. The plate number format had the county number as a prefix (see Nebraska county codes page), followed a hyphen separator. The plate number followed with a "X" prefix that denoted the plate for trailers. If the plate number following the "X" reached "9999", five-digit plate numbered plates excluded the hyphen separator.
(black/reflective white) Hall County m $1.00 "8-X9884" (13164)
2005 blue/white base: This design was issued along side the covered wagon design introduced in 2005 ("2006" expiration sticker). It is also a flat plate and county coded for all but the state's most populous counties: Douglas County #1 (Omaha), Lancaster County #2 (Lincoln), and Sarpy County #59 (suburb of Omaha). (See Nebraska county codes page.) I don't know the formats for these counties.
ns (blue/reflective white) Buffalo County vg $2.00 "9-X4662" (10653)
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