Collection: Specialty Plates

26 products
  • Playtex Women's 18 Hour Original Comfort Strap Bra #4693, Toffee, 36C
  • Monoprice Hole Saw Plate, 1 3/4"
  • LEGO City Road Plates 60304 Building Kit; Cool Building Toy for Kids, New 2021 (112 Pieces)
  • Global Specialties PB-70E Externally Powered Breadboard with Metal Back Plate, 1260 Tie-point
  • Custom Car Gear (2) Honda Racing License Plate Frames Motorsports Rally 3D Letter Frame Brackets (1-Pair)
  • 2" x 10" Black Nameplate Wall Holder
  • Slam Specialties SS-6 Air Bags Springs Custom Suspension 2 Pack
  • Custom Accessories 92707 Metal Butterfly Design License Plate Frame
  • Sportime My Plate BeanBags, Set of 60, Assorted Colors - 1480097
  • Rite Lite Passover Classic Ceramic Seder Plate With Gold Accents For Pesach (Matzah Seder Plate)
  • Allach Porcelain 1936-1945: Volume 1: Political Figures, Moriskens, Plaques, Presentation Plates,Candleholders, Specialty Pieces, Germanic Ceramics, Ceramics
  • Platters and Boards: Beautiful, Casual Spreads for Every Occasion
  • "Pahari" Plate
  • Taylor Specialties Elvis Presley TCB Logo Car Tag Metal License Plate [Gold - Car/Truck]
  • Specialty Products Company 86320 Lockout Cam Plate for GM, (Pack of 2)
  • Ruffstuff Specialties Leaf Spring UBolt Plates (Pair) For 2 1/2" Wide Springs
  • Newhouse Specialty No-Shine Miracle Iron Plate, Clothes Protector When Ironing - Prevents Burn, Sticking
  • Billet Specialties 55220 Plain Lighted License Frame
  • WinCraft NASCAR Stewart Haas Racing Kevin Harvick NASCAR Kevin Harvick #4 Specialty Acrylic License Plate, Multi, na
  • TJ Global Set of 2 Sashimi Sushi Bamboo Serving Geta Plates - Japanese Style Tableware Bamboo Sushi Board Cutting Tray (L8.2" x W4.7")
  • Nantucket Seafood Escargot Plate, Porcelain, 6-Hole
  • The Complete Passover Seder All-In-One Matching Seder Plate & Kiddush Cup - Matzah Cover - Haggadah
  • Passover Seder Plate Melamine Seder Plate Spring Garden Design 12" (Single)
  • Billet Specialties 55020 Plain Slimline License Frame

Specialty Plates Is Collectibles For Everyone

Specialty Plates

Collecting Collectible plates for cars, boats, and other items is a pastime that has been enjoyed by generations of collectors. The wide variety of items available makes this an activity that can be enjoyed by anyone interested in collecting objects of varying values. Plates, rocks, medals, and other collectibles are often prized because they bring back memories and provide insight into the lives of those who owned and or served them.


For example, there are many types of military plates that can be had if a collector is particularly interested in World War II and other conflicts. These plates usually have some type of insignia that relates to the branch of the military the plate is from. Some people acquire the plates to commemorate an event or an anniversary such as a college graduate turning 65 years old. Commemorative plates are an affordable way for people to remember the significant events of their past.


Sports enthusiasts can have a great deal of fun in collecting these. They can be obtained through various means, such as auction houses and online specialty stores. Baseballs, footballs, hockey pucks, basketballs, and other sports balls can be very interesting to a collector. As a result, there are dozens of different types of baseball and basketball pucks and balls available to collectors. Even vintage sports jerseys can bring years of nostalgia to a collector's room.


Other types of specialty plates are those that represent a hobby or interest. Bird flappers, which were popularly collected by early aviators, can be found displaying in many homes. Decorated with feathers or other embellishments, these plates can also be used as conversation pieces or to decorate an interior. There are also many early American flags that have intricate inscriptions on their surface. Some people collect plates because of their history and others may collect them because of their overall beauty and aesthetic value.


Specialty plates are becoming increasingly popular among collectors. This is particularly true with collector plates that are "aged" and rare. Some collectors will pay hundreds of dollars for older and unusual plates. The majority of plate collectors, however, choose to purchase new, less expensive plates that they can then age in their own private ways. Some of the more common methods include heating the plate in the oven, antique silver plate treating, and even using the acid treatment on patina plates.


Collecting can be a fun and exciting hobby. One of the great things about it is that it doesn't require a lot of money or work to become involved in it. A few years of work and a small investment can easily provide a lifetime of enjoyment. One of the greatest things about it is that a collector doesn't need to own the item in order to have a hobby. He or she only needs to possess a space in which to display their collection.


Interest in this hobby has reached all walks of life. Many businesses offer a discount membership to their customers in order to encourage new or returning business. College students interested in spending their free time doing something constructive might consider starting a collection. Many professional business owners have invested in this particular hobby because it offers both an economic and personal interest.


The hobby of collecting collectibles is a pastime enjoyed by people of all ages. It provides an outlet for the imagination and creativity of children as well as the more sophisticated tastes of adults. There are countless ways in which collectors love to show off their collections. Specialty plates are some of the most popular among them. Many collectors enjoy keeping a wide range of plates in various states of preservation.