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The predecessor to this type and Senator was Legislative, which was issued from 1928 - 1935. Click link for more information.


1957

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
- Expected serial range:
HR1 - HR200
1HR - 200HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- It is unconfirmed if 1957 was the first year for this type, but circumstancial evidence suggests that it is.

From John McDevitt
Not offered on this format

1958 - 1964

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
- Expected serial range:
HR1 - HR200
1HR - 200HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Early plates likely had tab slots but none have been so far observed

From Lee Madigan


From Eric Conner
Not offered on this format

1965 - 1970

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
Format 1 (No legend)

- Expected serial range:
HR1 - HR203
1HR - 203HR

- State representative districts increased from 200 to 203 in 1968

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

From Eric Conner


(Suffix "HR" plate needed)
Not offered on this format
Format 2 ("LEGISLATOR" legend, 1966)

- Expected serial range:
HR1 - HR203
1HR - 203HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Plates observed on this base with and without keystone separator

From unknown


From Worthpoint

From Worthpoint
Not offered on this format
From John McDevitt

1971 - 1976

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
- Expected serial range:
HR1 - HR203
1HR - 203HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker wells at top-left and top-right

From Worthpoint


From Matt Boyer
Not offered on this format

1977 - 1983

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker wells at top-left and top-right

From unknown


(Suffix "HR" plate needed)
Not offered on this format
ODDBALL PLATE

- "HR" not in large keystone, only such plate observed

From John Anshant
   

1984 - 1999

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
Format 1

- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker well at bottom-left

(Prefix "HR" plate needed)


From Clayton Moore
Not offered on this format
From Worthpoint


From John McDevitt
Format 2 ("PA HR")

- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- Only one plate with the "PA HR" prefix has been observed, this is likely a special request

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker well at bottom-left

From Lee Madigan
Not offered on this format

1999 - 2005

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
Format 1 (Thinner dies for "REPRESENTATIVE")

- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker well at top-left

From John McDevitt


From John McDevitt
Not offered on this format No sample plates are known on this format
Format 2 (Thicker dies for "REPRESENTATIVE")

- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker well at top-left

From Tom Perri


(Suffix "HR" plate needed)
Not offered on this format

2005 - present

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
Format 1

- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

- Sticker well at top-left

From Tom Perri


From Colin McGregor
Not offered on this format No sample plates are known on this format
Format 2 (Map outline in place of sticker well)

- Expected serial range:
HR 1 - HR 203
1 HR - 203 HR

- Number on plate corresponds to district number

- "HR" used in prefix and suffix positions for use on multiple vehicles

From Nick Tsilakis


(Suffix "HR" plate needed)
Not offered on this format

TEST PLATES

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
Circa 1965 or 1966. These are believed to be prototypes and were not issued. They were likely the work of a Dept. of Transportation official who had a keen interest in PA license plates. Note the use of the word LEGISLATURE, whereas issued plate used LEGISLATOR.
From Jerry McCoy


From Michael Wiener
Not offered on this format No sample plates are known on this format

MYSTERY PLATES

Notes Number Plate Personalized Plate Sample Plate
From vanity check:

Plates from HR01 to HR09: Some are open and others read that the plate was previously issued and therefore not available.

Plates from HR010 to HR099: Indicates the plate configuration may be reserved or may be in violation of the guidelines for acceptable configurations.

Plates above HR099 appear to be open.

From John Fedorchak
Not offered on this format No sample plates are known on this format