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Buying and Selling Private Cherished Registrations Since 1978

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Over 48 million numbers

Established 1978

Recognised reseller of unissued Government stock

We Locate Private Registration Owners For Buyers

Provide Free No-Obligation Number Plate Valuations

Our Cherished Plates Are Realistically Priced Based On

Age, Rarity, Popularity Of The Name Or Initials Represented

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In 2019 personalised car registrations are even more popular than ever. Private cherished registrations or number plates are becoming more rare and difficult to find which now means they are commanding higher prices.

This means that now more than ever personalised number plates are a great investment. If you are looking for investment number plates then you need to look at low numbers like number ones and as these have unique value compared with other plates.

 

For example the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO has become of the worlds most sought after classic car with one only 36 ever made. The Ascot-based Ferrari specialist Talacrest is selling one for more than £45 million. Mr John Collins who owns the company purchased 25 O at auction in 2014 for £518,480 making it the most expensive number to plate to be sold at a UK auction.

What Cherished Number Plate Are You Looking For?

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To use a registration plate on a vehicle you must have it officially transferred to the vehicle. You must complete the transfer process to put the registration number on a vehicle and receive the V5C registration document. Without this, it is illegal to display a registration number other than that shown on the vehicle’s V5C.

There are also strict regulations governing the way in which number plates are displayed on vehicles. Plates must conform to a set of specifications relating to colour; size; reflectivity; decoration and character size, font and spacing.