The 2014 SA Collector’s Plate - Online Auction

 

 

SA '71' -

For definite sale and reserved at a price unheard of given our other 2 digit sales over the past few years, this is a genuine opportunity to purchase a fine and rare 2-digit plate, well below market price, and poised to capitalise on future potential investment growth. Call me to candidly discuss the low reserve and this almost unique opportunity amongst Historic Plate investing in the recent past. Don't kick yourself that you missed out.......

SA '3333'

Newly listed for the Great Online Plate Auction, the finest 4-digit
number we have ever offered to the market, the distinctive, desirable
investment-grade repeat digit plate SA '3333':

Newly added for auction:

SA'289'- the Ultimate Ford and Shelby plate, a rare opportunity to secure a sought after 'engine cu in' plate:

SA'504' offered to the market for the first time since 1986, and SA '4896'

 

We have a great seletion of lucky numeral plates on offer:

 

SOLD prior to auction- SA '595', a rare and desirable even "palindrome" plate with five's either side of a nine:

 

 

Newly Listed for online auction- SA '3010', a desirable neat 4-digit plate.

 

In
addition to our yearly live historic plate The Great Plate Auction,

we are
pleased to announce an upcoming on-line auction event,the

 

2014 SA Collector’s
Plate online auction, registrations open from Sept with auction throughout October 2014

 

Featuring desirable, collectable and several first to
market and rare one-off Collector's plates.

 

With the burgenoning price of Historic Plates we
have a fine selection of both upper end and entry level investment grade plates
that are significant “one-offs”.

 

Lot List:

 




 

 


Numberplate
investing and collecting is often about scarcity and desirability, and we are
certain we have assembled a fine selection of desirable, spectacular “one off”
plates for our investors, enthusiasts and collectors.


 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Terms and Conditions of Sale:


CONDITIONS OF SALE

Auction
format: lots shall be offered by online auction running over a
declared specified period and subject to reserve prices.

Bidder
Registration: Bids will be accepted from registered
bidders. To be a registered bidder one must provide the bidder’s name and
address, and produce satisfactory evidence of the bidder’s identity
via the online registration system.

Auction
system provider: Interbidpty Ltd

Dealers:
historicplates.com.au trading
as Historic Plates ABN 50  178 576  381

Buyers
Premium: 6% (SIX percent) 
of winning  bid price plus GST
(6.6% TOTAL)

10%
Transfer Fee: Payable to SA Government via DPTI to
transfer plate ownership is 10% of the hammer/purchase price on
numeric and Grand Prix plates.

Balance
of Rights to Display: Custom Plates will be sold with the balance of Rights
applicable to each individual plate and this may vary by plate. 6 character
plates are $200 p.a. and 7 character plates $250 p.a. to renew via DPTI and
renewal post auction is at the buyers risk.

1.
AUCTIONEER: www.historicplates.com.au are the selling agent
“The Auctioneer” ABN 92 732 847 042

2. BIDDER
TO REGISTER: Prior to Auction and entry to the auction each bidder shall complete
legibly a Bidders Registration with a valid ID which can be obtained online.

3. HIGHEST
BIDDER TO BE THE PURCHASER EXCEPT WHERE THERE IS A RESERVE PRICE: The highest
bidder for each lot shall be the purchaser subject to a reserve
price.

4. BUYERS
PREMIUM – A Buyers Premium of 6.6% including GST is applicable to the
sale of each item  which meets reserve
and is on top of the final bid price and is payable to historicplates.com.au.
This percentage is calculated on the hammer price and will be charged to the buyer
in addition to the bid price.

5. ALL
ITEMS MUST BE PAID FOR IN FULL:  within
seven (7) days of the close of the auction.

6.
AUCTIONEER MAY REFUSE A BID: The Auctioneer may, without giving any
reason, refuse to acceptor cancel the bidding of any
person or persons on any lot or lots.

7.
VENDORS: The Auctioneer may bid on behalf of the vendor up to the reserve price
if any and may withdraw any lot from sale. The auctioneer can advance the
bidding at his discretion.

8.
DEPOSIT: On the fall of the hammer at auctions end the buyer of
each lot shall arrange to pay a deposit of $500 or
10% of the final winning bid price whichever is higher, in cash, or by bank
cheque. Mastercard and VISA only will be
accepted. Facilities are available and credit card payments attract a 2% fee; AMEX
and Diners Club accepted by special request and payment of applicable fees
(3%). If any buyer fails to comply with any of these terms the
lot or lots in respect of which such failure is made may, if the Auctioneer
deems necessary be put up again and resold and the defaulter’s bid shall not be
taken again during the sale. If upon resale a lower price is obtained for any
of such lots than was obtained in the first sale the difference in price shall
be a debt due from the buyer in default upon the first sale.

9. FAULTS
OR MISDESCRIPTION: All lots are sold as they are and a sale shall not be
invalidated by reason of any defect or faults in any of the lots by reason of
any of the lots being incorrectly described or depicted
in the catalogue or elsewhere or missing parts or
quantities, and neither the vendor nor the Auctioneer nor their agents shall pay
compensation in respect of any faults or errors of description, parts or
quantities or vendors inability to perform a full and complete sale.

10. LOTS
AT PURCHASER’S RISK: Each lot shall be the purchaser’s risk from the fall of
the hammer and the purchaser shall pay, by cash or bank cheque (unless prior
arrangements have been made with the Auctioneer), for the lot in full before delivery.
Title to the lot shall not pass to the buyer until all
payments are cleared through the Auctioneer’s Bank and Government and Statutory
10% transfer and any associated vehicle registration fees are subsequently
paid.  

11. No allowances or
refunds will be made. Buyers will not be able to reject any lot on the grounds
that it is not correctly described or depicted in the catalogue or
elsewhere. Lots are sold “as is where is” without warranty, nor are they
warranted as fit for any particular purpose nor is any warranty given by the
Auctioneer as to the serviceability status of any item.

12. FAILURE TO COMPLY
WITH TERMS: Upon failure to comply with the above terms any money deposited in
part payment shall be forfeited to the vendor he paying therefore all expenses.

13. FAILURE
TO COMPLY WITH TERMS: Upon failure to comply with the above terms any money
deposited in part payment shall be forfeited to the vendor he paying therefore
all expenses and the lot or lots shall be resold by public or private sale and
the deficiency (if any) arising upon the resale together with the expenses
shall be made good by the defaulter at this sale.

14.TIME IS OF THE
ESSENCE: Time shall be of the essence for the sale of any lot.

15. TERMS ARE
STRICTLY CASH, EFT OR CERTIFIED CHEQUE BEFORE DELVERY.

16. TRANSFER OF
RIGHTS: historicplates.com.au will facilitate the transfer of rights between
the vendor and purchaser according to rules and regulations as outlined by the
Government’s Department of Transport Energy and Infrastructure, “DPTI”.

17. ALLOCATION OF
PLATES TO VEHICLES: plates are allocated to be displayed on vehicles through DPTI Motor
Registration offices upon the successful transfer of a plate between parties
and the completion of a DPTI Number Plate Agreement form. Purchasers are made aware
of and are to understand that a plate cannot be displayed on a vehicle without
the completion of these statutory requirements.

18. NUMBER PLATE
AGREEMENTS: Buyers should familiarise themselves with the terms and conditions
as with regards to Number Plate “Class Specific Rights” and “Reallocation
Rights” agreements as detailed by DPTI on behalf
of the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. All number plates and number plate sales
are governed by these Government agreements and in bidding the bidder
acknowledges that they understand that they will be governed by these rules.

19. GST: GST is not
payable on plates or plate agreements.

20. SPECIAL
CONDITIONS OF NUMBERPLATE SALE: Please note that in some instances the physical
plates may not be available; this is the sale of the “rights” to display and
trade the number plate. New number plates can be issued by the relevant
Government Department, additional fees are payable directly to DPTI for this.
Lot’s vary and may or may not have actual number plates
included. We recommend you contact the relevant department DPTI to inform
yourself of all the requirements.

21.“ONE FOR THE BAR”
ENAMEL & PLASTIC DISPLAY PLATES: some lots may have old,
enamel or plastic style plates available for
souvenir/collection purposes only. These vintage style enamel and plastic
plates do not meet current licensing and registration standards as they have
not been issued by DPTI, hence are unsuitable for road registration use.
Purchasers wishing to retain these display sample plates will be required to
sign a release accordingly, acknowledging that they understand this and will
abide by the DPTI rules and regulations regarding the display of
registration plates on vehicles and the usage of only number plates approved by
and issued by DPTI. By bidding you acknowledge you will be required to
obtain a new set of plates through DPTI &
that images in this catalogue & depicted elsewhere are for
illustration purposes only and actual road registration number
plates may differ in appearance.

22. Lots may be added
or withdrawn at the discretion of the auctioneers at
anytime.

23.
historicplates.com.au has no affiliation with Interbid Pty Ltd.

24. NUMBERPLATE INFORMATION:

“Historic” black and white numeric plates: SA GOVT / DPTI Transfer
fees apply at 10% of the sale/purchase price. Interested parties can
familiarise themselves with the government requirements by confirming these
full requirements directly with DPTI by
phoning 131 084 or http://www.transport.sa.gov.au/ezyplates.sa.gov.au/WebContent/. Bidding
is acknowledgement that Historicplates.com.au hold no
liability for any current or future Governmental changes in legislation and
Rights rules & requirements relating to any numberplate auction lots
offered. It is up to the purchaser to inform themselves of these
Government numberplate rules & requirements and to pay
all applicable transfer or other fees direct to
the relevant government departments.

25. The
plates for some lots may be held in storage at DPTI offices and the delivery of
physical numberplates in the    instances
of these lots is contingent on the plates being registered  to a vehicle.