What does the HAM license look like?
Is it a card? A document?
All I could find on google is ham radio license plates.
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For most purposes, there is no "official" paper license in the United States anymore. Your record in the FCC's online database is what gives you a license to operate. However, if you like, you may download and print a PDF from their system. It looks like this:
except that, for your own license, you can download one that says "OFFICIAL COPY" instead of "REFERENCE COPY". As you can see, they provide cut-out marks for a certificate version that looks like it should fit a 5x6" frame, and a "wallet" version that folds to the size of a standard ID card. Each one provides a place for you to affix a signature if you would like.