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Plymouth 400 Inc. is auctioning off 109 special Plymouth 400 license plates with the most desired numbers.
Darius Coombs, director of Wampanoag and Eastern Woodlands Research and Interpretive training at Plimouth Plantation, holds the number 9 license plate for the Plymouth 400 auction.
Plymouth 400 Inc., the nonprofit organization planning Plymouth’s 400th anniversary celebration in 2020, is auctioning off 109 special Plymouth 400 license plates with the most desired numbers, such as numbers 1 and 1620.
You can see the plates and bid online at or, where you can sign up for updates that notify you if someone else bids on your desired plate. You can also visit where you will find a link to the auction site.
“Anyone can log onto the live auction, and, on Saturday, June 3, we host a live auction event when the auctioneer is at the front of the room and we’ll go through all 109 lots,” Plymouth 400 Inc. Communications Manager Sheila Fey said.
Josh Rioux, of J. James Auctioneers, will conduct the auction.
You can attend the live auction, which will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 3, at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 99 Newbury St. Boston. Register at
You can also bid by phone, but register first by calling J. James Auctioneers & Appraisers at 508-746-8606.
If you are unable to follow along and bid online, via telephone or in person on June 3, you may submit an absentee ballot to J. James Auctioneers & Appraisers by calling 508-746-8608.
All proceeds from the auction will benefit Plymouth’s 400th anniversary celebration in 2020.
Stay tuned at the Old Colony Memorial and Wicked Local Plymouth for more featured Plymouth 400 supporters who will show off special plates in each edition leading up to the auction. It’s all to support the cause of America’s Hometown.

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