Registration plate dating
has the cheapest Dateless Plates on the market starting from only £39 see here for you full list of For example: The age identifier is at the end of the registration number on suffix registrations and were issued to new vehicles between February 1963 and July 1983.They consist of three letters, followed by one, two or three numbers, and a single letter at the end that helps identify the age of the vehicle.These are all very attractive dateless number plates and, with particular reference to the ' CD' series, to be able to obtain CD 48 or CD 74 would be next to impossible since both marks may have been issued around 1905.Even so, such ancient marks do exist, for example CD 1 was (maybe still is) on the mayor's car in Brighton, CD 97 was on an early 1900's De Dion Bouton and CD 132 was on a 1903 Quadrant 232cc motorcycle when I last checked my source.We also have a free app available for Android and i Phone. I was delighted with the outcome of the sale and they exceeded my expectations.Concluded the sale of my cherished number and transferred the money to my account within less than a week.So, if you fail to find anything on the website to match your requirements, please ring our experienced staff.We may be able to have the mark entered into an auction for you to bid on. If you are ready to continue your search for a plate, try our number plates search - you will find a wealth of registrations to choose from, not just dateless. From the moment there was interest from a potential buyer the team at National Numbers provided a marvellous service and fully explained the process and likely timescales.
For example: Below is a table showing the issue dates for car registrations bearing each of the prefix year codes These are currently issued to new vehicles in mainland Great Britain and have been issued since September 2001.
On cars and vehicles registered after the suffix number plate style came into play in 1963, the number plate used to always have a year identifier.
There may be restrictions on what registration plate you can have on your vehicle, depending on the age of it.
I suppose, as a recently retired number plate dealer, if I'm pressed I prefer the marks which have some history behind them like: KSR 782 on a 1953 matchless motor-cycle, 2721 PT on a standard Ensign 1961, GAD 436 on a 1946 James motorbike 125cc or MRY 234 on a 1955 bike.
These are all vehicles which have passed through our hands over the many years we have been in this business.