A Rather Oddjob – World Famous AU1 Registration Plate Sold | Car Plates

The AU1 registration number from the famous James Bond film Goldfinger has been sold by the Cherished Number Plate dealer Primo Registrations. The number plate AU1 – the chemical symbol for gold - adorned the vintage Rolls Royce of Auric Goldfinger in the famous 1964 film, and is well known…

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Where's there's Muck there's Brass! | Personalised Registration Plates

We were recently asked to go onto ITV's StorageHoarders programme to discuss the value of a number plate that had been found hidden in the owners barn - what a lot of people don't know is that their current vehicle registration number maybe worth some money to them. If you'd like…

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Cheap Number 1 Number Plates | Personalised Registration Plates

We have a couple of amazingly cheap number one registrations now available.   1 LYO - priced to sell at just £3,899.99 - click here  UJP 1 - priced to sell at just £3,899.99 - click here    These are possibly the cheapest three digit number ones registrations available in the UK…

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£6,000,000 for the Registration plate | Personal Number Plate

Businessman Afzal Kahn received an offer of £6 million for his registration plate, and he turned it down. Kahn bought the plate in 2008 for a not inconsiderable £440,625 and put it on his Bugatti Veyron. And while it might sound like silly money, it was clearly a worthwhile investment,…

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Personalized Number Plates: UK W3ALTH | Private Registration Plates

Alongside a Porsche 911, chunky mobile phone, and a filofax, a personalized number plate (vanity plates for U.S. readers) was one of the ultimate symbols of 1980s yuppiedom. While they may seem ostentatious to some tastes, personalized vehicle registration plates have just added a fair chunk to the total net…

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Jersey Car Number Plate Sales Could Earn £100k | Private Number Plates

The sale of sought after vehicle number plates could earn Jersey's government £100,000 a year. Currently islanders are able to keep their plates when selling vehicles or request specific plates for their vehicles by paying a fee. Deputy Kevin Lewis, Transport and Technical Services Minister, has suggested auctioning popular plates…

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