Top 10 Most Expensive Private Plates Ever Sold
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Top 10 Most Expensive Private Plates Ever Sold

Added: 16 July 2019

The DVLA is celebrating 30 years of personalised registration sales and as part of it, they have released at top ten list of their budget popping plates.

Read on to find out just how much people have spent on their number plates over the years...

Registration

Price

Date

25 O

£400,000

November 2014

1 D

£285,000

March 2009

51 NGH

£201,000

April 2006

1 RH

£196,000

November 2008

K1 NGS

£185,000

December 1993

KR15 HNA

£180,000

May 2015

1 O

£170,000

January 2009

1 A

£160,000

December 1989

1 OO

£156,000

April 2006

2 O

£115,000

March 2009

Since the DVLA first started selling personalised plates in 1989, there have been 5.9 million sold. The first ever auction was held at Christie’s in London and it saw just 74 lots offered for sale. The first ever lot was “99 MG”, which sold for a whopping £8,000.

It’s clear to see that the sale of personalised registrations brings in a great deal of money to the Treasury. Last year alone, they brought in £116 million, most of which came from the thousands of more affordable registrations available, which are priced from £250.

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