Poland

 

 

Poland

 

 

Vehicle registration document OF Poland – old version

In circulation since about May 1993 (red document number)

Point Explanations:
1 Date of issue
2 Date of first registration
3 VRN
4 Vehicle Identification Number
5 Engine Number

 

UV Photographs
UV Photographs
The “Ovals” visible under UV light on “original documents” are slightly “pointed” see (A)
On forgeries the “Ovals” visible under UV light are mostly “round” see (B)
Description:
Watermark: None
Document number: One letter in plain printing and 7 numbers in letterpress printing (Arrow 1)
Reaction to UV light:

 

The paper remains dark, the document number becomes light red, on the inner pages the letter combination “PL”, appears 6 times; on the front page, (Arrow 3) there is a pattern consisting of intertwined ellipses .

N.B.:
The security features visible under UV light (particularly on the outer page) are sometimes partially or even completely absent on genuine documents, above all, if the driving licence has been covered with protective foil or kept in a transparent pouch. The UV-reactive colours can be attacked or even destroyed in such cases.
Print quality: Micro lettering (Arrow 2), original document text and also the micro lettering is of quite poor quality.
On Page 4, many complete forgeries can be distinguished from originals by the letter “z” in the words
“urzedowe” (at the top) or “Pouczenie” (at the bottom).

 

Original
Complete Forgery

Vehicle registration document (AAA Series)
In circulation since about July 1999

Point Explanations:
1 Date of issue
2 Date of first registration
3 VRN
4 Vehicle Identification Number
5 Engine Number
Watermark
UV Photographof the inside pages
Optically variable elements
Metallic foil strip
Description:  
Watermark: “PL” in an oval frame – see image
Document number:

 

Three letters in plain printing and 7 numbers in letterpress printing, the document number is repeated twice (not in letterpress printing) at the bottom of page 1 (in one case reversed, as in a mirror image)
Reaction to UV light:

 

The paper remains dark, red and blue grain becomes visible, the document number becomes fluorescent green, reddish imprints are visible on the inside pages – see image
Print quality: Intaglio printing with the latent image ‘PL’ and micro lettering (see image, arrow 1), the framing is in micro lettering on all four pages, Iris printing on the inner pages, the grain is visible in direct light, the document is sealed in foil with optically variable elements over the outer pages (see image)
Miscellaneous:

 

Cinegram-like metallic foil strip with an identification number and validated by an inkpad stamp (see image arrow 2).

Since May 2000, on all first registrations this sticker is also applied to the front and back number plates and the windscreen.

Point Explanations:
1 Date of issue
2 Date of first registration
3 VRN
4 Vehicle Identification Number
5 Engine Number

 

Watermark
Microperforation of the VRN
UV Photograph(of the inside pages)
Arrow 1: Micro lettering
Cinegram
A strip with a pinkish Iris strip on the central inside page

                                               

Description:  
Watermark: See image
Document number: Not in letterpress printing – Arrow 3
Reaction to UV light:

 

The paper remains dark, there are coloured grains imprint of an automobile.
Print quality:

 

Iris printing, micro lettering – Arrow 1.

Cinegram, the VRN also appears as a microperforation – Arrow 2.

A strip with a pinkish Iris strip on the central inside page

 

About Sharolyn

Sharolyn is a young woman in her twenties, interested in reviewing vehicles and the world of engines and delivering the best image to the visitor, so that we shorten a lot of searches, by providing complete information and solving your problems that may fall into your car.

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