License Plate Options

Actual license plates are not available for sale or trade.  I use the plates below to make Pottery Trays and Mugs.  Please do not call or message asking to buy one of these license plates as they are used regularly in the production of my pottery and are not for sale.

  

  1. Ahoskie – 1977
  2. Albemarle – 1984
  3. Apex – “The Peak of Good Living” – 1981
  4. Archdale – 1987
  5. Asheboro – “Center of North Carolina” – 63
  6. Asheville - 1968
  7. Atlantic Beach N.C.  "Fun In The Sun"
  8. Ayden NC – 1984
  9. Ayden NC "NC's Finest Barbeque"
  10. Bahama N.C. - 1979
  11. Bailey Retired Fireman
  12. Bath – “Oldest Town In The State” – 2015
  13. Beaufort – 1974
  14. Beaufort – “Delightfully Different” – 1979
  15. Boone – 1983
  16. Blowing Rock – 2007
  17. Blowing Rock – “Crown of the Blue Ridge” – 1998
  18. Burlington – “Bigger-Better” – 1972
  19. Carrboro – 1974
  20. Cary – “Where Better Living Begins” – 1982
  21. Cary – North Carolina (No date – Has Dogwood Emblem on left of plate)
  22. Castalia - 1977
  23. Chapel Hill – 1974
  24. Charlotte – “Queen City” – 1966
  25. Charlotte – “Queen City” – 1968
  26. Charlotte-Queen City-Metrolina
  27. Chocowinity – 1986
  28. Clayton NC – 1969
  29. Clayton NC – 1977
  30. Clinton NC 1973
  31. Concord, N.C. – 1977
  32. Dortches N.C. 88 Nash County
  33. Dunn – “Pattern for Progress” – 1979
  34. Durham – 1974
  35. Durham, N.C. – “City of Medicine”
  36. Eden - 1979
  37. Edenton
  38. Elizabeth City – 1982
  39. Elkin – 1960
  40. Elkin – “Best Little Town in NC” – 1981
  41. Elon College, N.C. - 1977
  42. Emerald Isle N.C. – “A Family Beach”
  43. Emerald Isle N.C. - "Nice Matters!"
  44. Faison NC - Pickles & Produce 1988
  45. Farmville Centennial – 1972
  46. Farmville Fire Dept.
  47. Farmville Fireman – 1984
  48. Farmville Fireman – 1968 #38
  49. Farmville – (no date)
  50. Farmville – 1968
  51. Farmville - 1872 - 2022
  52. Fayetteville – “Friendly Fayetteville No. Carolina” (larger plate with picture)
  53. Fayetteville – 1977 – (has picture of Court House? below Fayetteville)
  54. Fountain
  55. Fremont - 1978
  56. Fuquay-Varina NC – 1971
  57. Greensboro – 1975
  58. Garner – 1977
  59. Gastonia – 1967
  60. Gastonia – 1974
  61. Goldsboro - 1971
  62. Goldsboro, N.C. - A Bicentennial City - 1975
  63. Graham – 1980
  64. Greensboro – 1971
  65. Greensboro – “Home of the G.G.O. – 1968
  66. Greenville – “Home of East Carolina University” – 1979
  67. Grifton - "Shad Festival" - 1982
  68. Grimesland – 1987
  69. Harkers Island
  70. Hatteras, NC – “Worlds Blue Marlin Capital”
  71. Henderson – 1976
  72. Hertford N. C. – 1981
  73. Hickory N.C. – “Best Balanced City” – 72
  74. High Point – 1970
  75. High Point – “World Furniture Capital” – 1973
  76. High Point – “World Hosiery Capital” – 1976
  77. Holly Springs – 1968
  78. Holly Springs – 1979
  79. Hookerton
  80. Hookerton Fire Dept. EMS
  81. Kenly NC – 1971
  82. Kill Devil Hills – “Birth of Aviation” – 1981
  83. Kings Mountain – “The Historical City” – 1981
  84. Kinston -1967
  85. Kinston N.C. – “Pure Artesian Well Water” – 1979
  86. LaGrange - "The Garden Spot" - 1967
  87. Lake Waccamaw - 1992
  88. Laurinburg - 1969
  89. Laurinburg - 1980
  90. Lenoir N. C. – “Furniture Center of the South” – 1985
  91. Lenoir – “Furniture Center” -68
  92. Lexington – 1974
  93. Liberty - 1983
  94. Louisburg – “Home of Louisburg College”
  95. Lucama, N.C.
  96. Maury N.C. “Heart of Tobaccoland” – 86
  97. Mebane NC - 1982
  98. Middlesex, N.C. - 1981
  99. Monroe - 1976
  100. Mooresville “Port City” “Lake Norman” – 1983
  101. Morehead City – “Fisherman’s Paradise” N.C.
  102. Morganton N.C. - 1979
  103. Mount Airy
  104. Nags Head – 1998
  105. Nashville – 1970
  106. New Bern – “Colonial Capital Home of Tryon Palace Settled in 1710” – 1980
  107. N. Wilkesboro – “Key to the Blue Ridge” – 1981
  108. Oxford, N.C. “Green & Clean” – 1975
  109. Oxford, N.C.  "Green & Clean" - no date
  110. Pine Level – 1973
  111. Pinehurst, N.C. - Golf Capital of the World
  112. Pinetops – 1964
  113. Pinetops – 1978
  114. Raleigh – 70
  115. Raleigh – “The Capital City” – 1955
  116. Raleigh – “Capital City” – 60
  117. Reidsville – 1965
  118. Roanoke Rapids N.C - 1982
  119. Robbins NC - 1973
  120. Rockingham – 1974
  121. Rocky Mount – 1974
  122. Rolesville – 1989
  123. Roxboro – 1980
  124. Salisbury – 1972
  125. Sanford NC - 1972
  126. Saratoga
  127. Scotland Neck N.C. – 1979
  128. Selma N.C. - Governor's Award - 1980
  129. Seven Springs- 2002
  130. Shelby N.C. – “City of Pleasant Living” – 1979
  131. Simpson NC – “Together For Progress” – 1987
  132. Sims NC – 1971
  133. Snow Hill
  134. Statesville “City of Progress” – 74
  135. Spencer – “Population Center of N.C.” 1979
  136. Spring Hope – 1990
  137. Statesville “City of Progress”
  138. Swansboro - "The Friendly City By the Sea" - 1979
  139. Swansboro - "The Friendly City By the Sea" - 1981
  140. Tobaccoville N.C. – 79
  141. Tarboro N.C. – “All-America City” – 1981
  142. Tarboro – 1976
  143. Tarboro N.C, – “Celebrating 250 Years” – 2010
  144. Thomasville “The Chair City” 1980
  145. Thomasville “The Chair City” 1987
  146. Wake Forest – 1987
  147. Wallace NC - 1987
  148. Walstonburg – 1985
  149. Washington – “The Original – 1776”
  150. Wendell NC – 1971
  151. Wichard's Beach
  152. Williamston – 1955 1968
  153. Wilmington – 1975
  154. Wilson – “All America City” – 1975
  155. Wilson – 1978
  156. Wingate, N.C. - Home of Wingate College - 71
  157. Winterville N.C. - Fire & Rescue Firefighter
  158. Yadkinville - 1974
  159. Zebulon, NC – “Town of Friendly People” – 1981
  160. North Carolina Plate – Farm Truck – 1969 – 1381-RB
  161. North Carolina Plate – Drive Safely – 1961