4 Highly Collectible Hawaii Plates
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- Estimated Value
- $100 USD
- $70 USD to is72c1a48
- Number of Bids
- 6 - Bid History
These plates, measuring 10", picture the many landmarks of Hawaii such as Iolani Palace, Diamond Head, Onomea Arch, etc. They were produced by Vernon Kilns in the 1940s/1950s as part of a souvenir plate collection.
"Vernon Kilns was an American ceramic company in Vernon, California and was one of the "Big Five" California potteries. In July 1931, Faye G. Bennison purchased the former Poxon China pottery renaming the company Vernon Kilns. The company closed its doors in 1958."~wikipedia.com
On the back is listed important dates in Hawaii's history. Very collectible!
Proceeds benefit Kona Historical Society, a 501c3 nonprofit. Winning bidder is responsible for shipping and Hawai`i State tax (4.166%). We try our best to ship items as economically as possible. Most are shipped flat rate but larger or unusually shaped items may need to be shipped priority. Winning bidder is also responsible for postal insurance if the item’s value is over $500. As with all auctions, item is sold “as is” with no refunds available.
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