Thanks :)I have been told that they are illegal to have. But I think they are less strict than Switzerland and Austria, because I have never heard of Croatia sending local police to someone in another country to recover plates (as Switzerland and Austria has been known to do in the past). Many countries are "illegal" to have, but in reality they do nothing about it once the plate has left the country, so there is no problem showing those plates. There are some plates in my collection that will never be seen online !;) but I won't say what they are :D (And ALL of them have been obtained legally from registration centres around the world :) ).
Yeah it is similar =) I have individual photos of my plates, you can compare the crest to a modern Croatian plate (I can't say if I have one in my collection or not, because I am not supposed to have Croatian plates !;) ), and the other designs. The Republika Srpska plate is shorter but won't look it in these previews. [img=https://image.ibb.co/d1nnTc/BIH_HB_1992_N_TG_179_BA.jpg][img=https://image.ibb.co/ggGQEH/BIH_MS_1995_N_BI_3798_BA.jpg][img=https://image.ibb.co/mO6goc/BIH_RS_1992_N_BL_125_73.jpg]
It's not Croatian !;) This is from the Herceg-Bosna region (~1992-1998) of Bosnia and Herzegovina. MO = Mostar. Each of the 3 regions at the time issued their own plates (Croatian style, Serbian style and 'EU' style), I have a photo somewhere of them altogether in my collection but I lost the photo and they are back in the box for now, so I can't show it... Sorry :D