Baby Boomer Alert: Does Anybody Collect “Collector’s Plates” Anymore?
These were very big souvenir items in the 1950s and 1960s.
You could get these porcelain plates for under $10 and they looked good on any wall (kind of). Many communities had these plates made to sell as fundraisers for anniversary dates, especially around village's centennials and bi-centennials. Many schools, churches and fire departments also had them made to raise money for their organizations.
Yes, these were hot items 40 years ago, but....does anybody collect collector's plates anymore?
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