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As copied from the site when I entered 'F1', which I believe is coming up for auction

Regfinder Valuation
Plate: F1
Word: F1
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier: x2 = £500.00
Word accuracy multiplier x2 (although word wasn't scored) £1,000.00
Left over character multiplier x8 = £8,000.00
Plate shortness multiplier x40 = £320,000.00
Dateless Plate age multiplier x8 = £2,560,000.00
Estimated Value = At least £2,560,000.00(Dream On!)
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LOL. It says mine it a dateless plate, but its not. It's an ’84 A plate. I spaced it correctly.

Regfinder Valuation
Plate: A1TDE
Word: A1TDE
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier x1 = £250.00
Plate shortness multiplier x2 = £500.00
Dateless Plate age multiplier x8 = £4,000.00
Estimated Value = At least £4,000.00

Tosh. Its worth nothing of the sort.
 
It says mine S7RER is worth £32000! Crazy but I am happy to let them have it for that price. Might be worth £320 on a really good day.
 
LOL. It says mine it a dateless plate, but its not. It's an ’84 A plate. I spaced it correctly.

Regfinder Valuation
Plate: A1TDE
Word: A1TDE
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier x1 = £250.00
Plate shortness multiplier x2 = £500.00
Dateless Plate age multiplier x8 = £4,000.00
Estimated Value = At least £4,000.00

Tosh. Its worth nothing of the sort.

You say that but I think you'd be surprised.

'1' plates are almost always worth the most in a range and you've not got any uncommon consonants in there.

I don't think that valuation is far off (obviously as you say it is not a dateless) but even so...

Of course it's only worth what someone will pay and all that but I reckon you would get somewhere in that ball park.
 
Just put one that I have on retention NUO 420.....£4k any takers? :D
 
I tried the two that I've mentioned on this site.

Regfinder Valuation
Plate: Y1KES
Word: Y1KES
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier x1 = £250.00
Plate shortness multiplier x2 = £500.00
Prefix plate age multiplier x2 = £1,000.00
Estimated Value = At least £1,000.00

Plate: FA53CUP
Word: FA53CUP
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier x1 = £250.00
Plate shortness multiplier x1 = £250.00
New Style plate age multiplier x1 = £250.00
Estimated Value = At least £250.00

I'd have thought that the first one would have been worth a bit more.
 
It won't play with me... :(

Finally got it to work.

I have a plate of registration which is my nearly wife's name. EG say her name was LIN the plate I have in L11NS. Is not Lin, but you see what I mean.

Anyway they'll valued it at min £1K. I should hope so it's cost more than that.
 
Looks to be completely random really, I tried my plate (an Irish plate) which came with my car, it put a £2000 price on it - most Irish plates are £199 or so to buy, so I don't believe that - then I tried the wifes plate which cost £400 a couple of years back and it said £250 - totally random.
 
ROB and three numbers comes up at £2k

If you have one for sale at £2k then PM me!! :)
 
You say that but I think you'd be surprised.

'1' plates are almost always worth the most in a range and you've not got any uncommon consonants in there.

I don't think that valuation is far off (obviously as you say it is not a dateless) but even so...

Of course it's only worth what someone will pay and all that but I reckon you would get somewhere in that ball park.
That's interesting, thanks. I just googled my initials and there's a company called TDE. They seem to like private plates on their vehicles too... Might just drop them a line ;)
 
It's handy but a bit and miss .My mate has this -it can't be worth anywhere near this?
Plate: NDA3X
Word: NDAEX
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier x1 = £250.00
Plate shortness multiplier x2 = £500.00
Dateless Plate age multiplier x8 = £4,000.00
Estimated Value = At least £4,000.00
 
It's handy but a bit and miss .My mate has this -it can't be worth anywhere near this?
Plate: NDA3X
Word: NDAEX
Base value: £250.00
Real word multiplier x1 = £250.00
Plate shortness multiplier x2 = £500.00
Dateless Plate age multiplier x8 = £4,000.00
Estimated Value = At least £4,000.00

My guess would be somewhere from £1000 > £2000 on that one.

Again, it thinks it is dateless which it isn't - so that website is a crock.

My valuations are based on what I've seen plates up for in the past.

Whether they sell or not is a different story!
 
G4NDS with G & S is valued at £1000, mention Gilbert & Sullivan and its £32K:fail, nice, but not really I think.
 
I must be a bit careful how I write this...

I put in my reg number on the 'other' car and when I put '1 lorry' in the word section the site returned £4000.

However when I reduced this to simply 'lorry' it returned £32,000.

When I bought the plate, 210RRY had already been purchased in the auction, and the purchaser quite wanted the plate I wanted but for different reasons.

Hope you get my drift. If you do, please don't feel it necessary to make it explicit.

Regards,

Lisa
 

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