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    I collect Disneyland souvenirs, mostly ceramic, porcelain and glass. I found these hanging plates; one at a thrift shop and one on ebay. I don't really know anything about them, only that I have rarely seen one up at auction:



    Of course, I'd love to get the other three plates; Adventureland, Frontierland and Tomorrowland but they sure are hard to find. If anyone has one, I'd love to talk about buying it.

    Also, these strange pictures:





    My Mother-in-Law gave them to me as a gift almost 30 years ago. I once saw the one of Mickey in a collectible shop and it had a $400 price tag on it! I know!!! I can't for the life of me imagine why that would be. Is there something about these that I should know? I also have one of Tinkerbell on the laser background.

    Can you help me identify any of these? Thank you very much


    Tahuwai la a tahuwai wai la
    Ehu hene la a pili ko'o lua la
    Pututui lu a ite toe la
    Hanu lipo ita pa'alai

    --- Hawai'ian War Chant


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    Re: Can you help me identify these?

    I also have the Mickey picture...You saw it for $400?? I don't even know where it is...but if it does happen to be worth Anywhere near that... i'm gonna go find it and get a glass case for it! Good luck finding out about these things
    Matt!

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      Re: Can you help me identify these?

      Thanks

      Yes, I couldn't believe that price, either. And that was about ten years ago! Maybe it has something to do with the weird colors? I mean, Mickey in puce and rust? Minnie in green? Weird.


      Tahuwai la a tahuwai wai la
      Ehu hene la a pili ko'o lua la
      Pututui lu a ite toe la
      Hanu lipo ita pa'alai

      --- Hawai'ian War Chant

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        Re: Can you help me identify these?

        The plates I have never seen before, But the pictures I see at Goodwill's all the time, I was also going to jump on them but after doing research have found that they are very common and made from a tin foil like material, they are basically worth its weight in wood, but very cool to have because they were made in the 70's There are also pictures very simular from around the same time that were made in Mexico and vended in the border areas like Tijuana and nogales.

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