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Last DVLA Cherished Number Plate Auction of 2010

The DVLA usually hold six cherished number plate auctions throughout the every year. The final auction for 2010 is coming up soon. It will be held at Ardencote Manor Hotel and country club, Lye Green Road, Claverdon, CV35 8LT. The auction will take place on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of December.

There will be around 1500 cherished number plates going under the hammer and as usual great results are expected. This DVLA auction is also the last opportunity to purchase number plates for Christmas presents for your family and loved ones.

A variety of the number plates coming up in the auction:

Wednesday 1st December

82 ASH, 30 ASP, BAB 5X (BABS), BET 777Y (BETTY), 888 BS, BSJ 11, CHU 888Y (CHUBBY), CAT 33S (CAT, CATE, CATES), 92 CK, CLA 555S (CLASS), 96 CMCOX 55Y (COXSY, COX), C44 RYS (CARY, CARYS), CSJ 10, COV 3L (COVEL), 86 DD, DAN 1B (DANI B), DAV 3P (DAVE P), 98 DJ, DSH 4H (D SHAH), EMM 444X (EMMA), ESJ 5, F100 WER (FLOWER)

Thursday 2nd December

999 GC, GEM 94 (GEM, GEMMA), GAV 55S (GAV, GAVIN), 28 GO, HAY 2E (HAYLEY, HAYLEIGH), 47 HA, 8 HJB, HOB 888Y (HOBBY, HOBBIE), 14 HOG, HHA 11S (H HALLS), JAK 3C (JAKE, JACKY, JACKIE, JACK), 92 JAN (JANE, JANET), 91 JA, 165 JMW, 10 JSH, JOE 1J, JOEL, JOE), J41 DAN (DAN, DANIEL, DANNIE, DANNY), 89 KA, 69 KEN (KEN, KENNETH, KENNY),

Friday 3rd December

3 OLY (OLY, OLLY, OLIVER), 101 PA, 84 PAM (PAM, PAMELA), 9 PET, P57 OCK (P STOCK), PSJ 11, 777 RJW, 911 RJF, 89 SAM (SAM, SAMANTHA, SAMMIE, SAMMY), 14 SAT (SATVINDER), SWE 33N (SWEEN), 4 SSK, 1 TDW, TEX 45 (TEXAS), TRE 44T (TREAT), 8 WAG, WRE 4D (W READ), 41 WT,  34 XX, Y74 TES (YATES),

These cherished number plates are just a selected few of the plates that will be held in the auction for sale. There are four different ways in which you are able to bid on number plates:

1) Bidding in person at the live auction (This being the most popular bidding method)

2) Telephone bid (The auctioneer will give the client a call a few minutes before your lot is coming up for sale)

3) Internet bid (This requires special software which the auctioneers will provide in order for the client to bid on-line)

4) Absentee bid (Let the auctioneer know the lot you require to bid on and your maximum bid and you will secure your lot for just one bid £50 or £100 higher than the last bid against you without exceeding your maximum bidding limit.

Please note that for bidding options 1,2 and 3 deadlines apply to secure your bid.

11/10/2010

 

 

 

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