The NSW heritage number plate ‘104‘ is one of the lowest 3 digit plates on issue.

It was first issued in 1911 and adorned a Talbot 20-25 owned by Mr John Paul of Wolseley Road, Point Piper.

The plate was auctioned in 2009 at the Shannons Sydney Spring Classic Vehicle Auction where it sold for $167,000.

Shannons had set a guide of $135,000-$160,000 on the plate, so the price of $167,000 could certainly be considered a good result.

Unlike many low heritage plates which are attached to Ferraris and Bentleys, this plate is currently attached to a humble Aussie ute.


NSW 104 heritage plate

Holden SSV Ute – 2 December 2014 – Heritage Number Plate Spotting


“The Heritage plate ‘104‘ was first assigned to Mr. John Paul of Wolseley Road, Point Piper, Sydney in 1911 – the year after number plates were first issued in NSW – and it originally adorned his sporting Talbot 20-25.”

“The plate is believed to be the numerically lowest 100-series Heritage plate to come to auction for 26 years.”

8 October 2009 – Shannons delivers investment opportunities – on a plate – Shannons

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