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INDEX OF PLATES FOR SALE

Examples of license plate grading:
"Very Very Good" condition (vvg)


vvg - Very very good: An intermediate grade between very good and excellent. This is a grade that not many plate collectors use. I use it to mean "almost excellent". It is a plate, either used or unissued, which has very minor scuffs, scratches or rub marks. Still has nice gloss. Stickers, if any, are not damaged. Could almost be graded as excellent.


Oklahoma 2001:
vvg condition Oklahoma 2001
The two vertical creases in the middle of the plate (on either side of the shield) are from the manufacturing process and do not affect the condition of the plate.

New York 1941:
vvg condition New York 1941

Panama 1991:
vvg condition Panama 1991

Ontario 1929:
vvg condition Ontario 1929

Chihuahua (Mexico) 1976/77 fronteriza:
vvg condition Chihuahua 1976/77 fronteriza

Texas 1999:
vvg condition Texas 1999

Links to pages showing photographic examples of each grade:
mint
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excellent
(exc)
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very good
(vg)
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good to very good
(gvg)
good
(g)
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fair to good
(fg)
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fair
(f)
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poor
(p)

Links to pages showing photographic examples of similar plates of different grades:
Older New York plates
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Newer Texas plates
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Various plates
(1970s-2000s)

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