King Charles III Special Edition Rally Plates

Only available between: 22nd March – 5th May 2023

only available until 5th May 2023

As the UK’s leading provider of Rally Plates, we are proud to launch these special edition plates to commemorate the coronation of King Charles III.

Join us in celebrating this momentous occasion by displaying this highly collectable Rally Plate on your vehicle, window or garage wall!

Discount Schedule

Our Rally Plates will be retailing at £23.00 each and will be available to pre-order on the Fine Cut shop.

However we will be offering various discounts between the 22nd March and the 5th May.

To ensure you have the fairest chance of obtaining these at the best value, we have published the discount schedule below:

  1. Wednesday 22nd March // 35% off early bird discount + free shipping
  2. Wednesday 29th March // 20% discount + free shipping
  3. Wednesday 5th April // 15% discount + free shipping
  4. Wednesday 12th April // 10% discount + free shipping
  5. Wednesday 19th April // Final chance for free shipping
  6. Wednesday 26th April // Last orders before express only shipping
  7. Tuesday 2nd May // Express carriage surcharge – limited availability
Special Edition King Charles III Rally Plate

Special Edition King Charles III Rally Plate

£23.00 – discounts applied at checkout

All orders are made and fulfilled in the UK by Dragonfly, a division of Fine Cut. You will be redirected to the Fine Cut webshop.

Product Information:

The chosen outline is the traditional Retro Rally Plate with Roundel design. 

Measuring 290mm x 145mm with 4 fixing holes designed to be used with freely supplied suction cups or our reusable cable ties.

The material is a glorious brushed mirror gold laminate with a surface digital print.


King Charles III Coronation Weekend – things to know

Saturday 6th May 2023

His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort will be crowned at Westminster Abbey.

The service will be attended by an estimated 2,000 dignitaries. In comparison, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s coronation was attended by 8,000 people, which was also held in Westminster Abbey.

The coronation will take place in the morning of Saturday 6th May, although the exact timing has not been confirmed at the time of writing.

Their Majesties The King and The Queen Consort will arrive at Westminster Abbey in procession from Buckingham Palace, known as ‘The King’s Procession’. 

After the Service, Their Majesties will return to Buckingham Palace in a larger ceremonial procession, known as ‘The Coronation Procession’. Their Majesties will be joined in this procession by other Members of the Royal Family.

Excerpt from the website

Sunday 7th May 2023

On Sunday 7th May, there will be a Coronation Concert held at Windsor Castle. The event will be broadcast live by the BBC. Amongst various acts, the main event will be a visual display using projections, lasers and drones. 

In addition, the country is encouraged to take part in the “Big Lunch”. This is a national celebration of friendship and community and brings people together for a simple cup of tea or a sit down meal. 

Contact your local council to find out more about events in your area. 

Monday 8th May 2023

There will be a special bank holiday to commemorate the coronation. Unfortunately, this bank holiday will not be repeated in 2024 and beyond.

On this day, people are encouraged to participate in “The Big Help Out” which encourages everyone to provide some act of selflessness or volunteering. 

10 Interesting facts about King Charles III

  1. They have 2 Jack Russell Terriers called Bluebell & Beth 
  2. He is fluent in French and has studied several other languages, including Welsh and Gaelic.

  3. Before he ascended the throne, King Charles III attended an estimated 400-500 engagements each year. These included public appearances. Note – it is estimated the working members of the Royal Family carry out over 2000 official engagements in the UK and abroad.  
  4. King Charles III became the Commander-in-Chief of the British Armed Forces. In addition, he holds a number of ceremonial titles including Field Marshal, Admiral of the Fleet and Marshal of the Royal Air Force. 
  5. He is a licensed pilot and has flown both commercial and private aircraft.

  6. He was the longest-serving heir apparent in British history, having held the position since he was three years old.

  7. King Charles III is a keen bee-keeper and often speaks out about their importance in sustainable agriculture.
  8. He is the first member of the royal family to appear on a postage stamp in a foreign country – a stamp issued by the United Arab Emirates in honor of his visit there in 1989.

  9. Prince Charles was the first member of the British royal family to earn a degree when he graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1970
  10. He collects rare books and manuscripts. His private library is known to be incredibly large.