This is a souvenir wooden nickel from the Mt. Olivet Centennial Celebration. On the front is a stereotypic cartoon image of a Native American with his hand raised saying "How." Around the edge are the words "WOODEN NICKEL SOUVENIR." On the back are the words "MT. OLIVET CENTENNIAL/YOU ALL/COME/JUNE 30-JULY 5/1971/MT. OLIVET, KY."
This is a rectangular with rounded corners license plate with stamped metal and a green enamel background with raised numbers, state, and year in white. There are stamped raised edge with a small, round hole in each corner and two oblong holes along top edge. There are stamped raised panel lines create four panels, one at top and three below.