Decorative license plate - 987

Decorative license plate - 987

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Tahitian style signboard

Decorative sign such as American license plates. With the same dimensions as the one used in the USA, they are collectibles.

This thin and light metal plaque, to the efigie of Tahiti and her islands, is ideal for decoration. Original and unique, it can be fixed to the wall or any other support thanks to its four pre-cut notches (2.5 x 0.5 cm) to facilitate installation.

Two models are available:

Model 987 French Polynesia

The relief patterns represent:
- An island with 2 coconut trees on a background of sunset, typical landscape of Tahiti and her islands. - The number 987 with reference to the first three digits of the postal zip code of French Polynesia. The two contiguous figures correspond to the communes or islands. - The flag of French Polynesia. - The country is indicated in English "French Polynesia" and in French "Polynesie Française".

Tahiti model

The patterns represent:
- A paradise landscape of coconut trees, translucent water, white sand beach, with a luxury hotel and its overwater bungalow in the background. - An hibiscus flower yellow orange, usually used to make wreaths of flowers or adorn the house. - The most famous islands are shown in relief with Tahiti in the center. Raiatea, Huahine, Rangiroa are written on the upper part; Moorea and Bora Bora on the lower part.

Size: 30,5 x 16,5 cm - Weight: about 70 g - Deliver with transparent plastic film.

Flag of French Polynesia

The flag of French Polynesia was adopted in 1984 and officially recognized by the French Republic. Symbol of freedom, recognition and rallying for Polynesians people, it marks the identity of the Country.

It is composed of three horizontal bands (red, white and red) with the coat of arms of the Country in the center of the white band, drawn by Alfred Chalons:

- the Polynesian double pirogue with sail (front view): emblem of people of the sea, essential for fishing, transport and communication between islands. - the five tikis: which represent the 5 archipelagos (Society, Tuamotu, Gambiers, Australs and Marquesas).
- the red color: refers to maro ura, the red feather belt that only members of the royal family were allowed to wear.
- the rays of the sun: symbol of life.
- the waves: symbol of wealthness of the sea.