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  • Old Disneyland Wall Plate

    So I found this ceramic Disneyland wall plate at Goodwill the other day. It looks old, but I'm not sure how old. There are other pictures of the same plate on the web, but nothing that really states what era it's from. Just either "older" or "vintage", which can mean a lot of things. I found a pic of one that still had the original price tag on it, which said $1.00, and a sales tax of 4 cents. I don't think a ceramic object from DL would ever have had a price of $1.00 in my lifetime, LOL. So does anyone know about how old this thing actually is? I'm hoping late 50s or early 60s (just because I think that would be pretty cool!), but I really don't know. Thanks for any help!




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    Re: Old Disneyland Wall Plate

    You can tell by the style of the Disneyland logo. It's changed and evolved over the years. The style on this plate would date it to the late 1950's.

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      Re: Old Disneyland Wall Plate

      Wow, you rock like a rockstar! Thank you so much! Never thought I'd find a DL item that old at Goodwill. Usually I only find stuff from the 80s on up.

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