After attending the ALPCA convention in Valley Forge/King of Prussia, Pennsylvania I came home with 28 new plates that have just been added from:
Canada: Updated Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick & Newfoundland and Labrador. Nova Scotia camper plate also added.
January 1981: Alaska and New York added
August 2013: Québec, Saskatchewan & Florida added
International: US Virgin Islands Olympics Proud Supporter plate added
USA: Updated Arkansas, California, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia. Arizona Route 66 sample also added
New additions to my collection from the meet April 22 in Vancouver included new bases from Alaska and North Carolina, a Toronto Blue Jays sample from the late 90’s/early 2000’s, an upgraded 1949 BC 6 digit plate and a very cool mini run of BC passenger plates all featuring #441 from the 50’s and 60’s!
Newer issues from Nova Scotia, Yukon, Connecticut, Illinois, Hawaii and Montana have just been added to their respective runs
After a bit of a break I’ve finally added a number of new plates. The latest bases from Maryland, Nebraska, Oklahoma and South Carolina have been added. With a continued focus on British Columbia I’ve added a 1917 BC passenger plate, BC passenger carrier plate and a BC temporary permit.
One of the new pages on jeffsplates.ca covers current high plates spotted around the province (and even beyond!). Check it out here!
The first new plates to be added to the revamped site are the latest issues from PEI, Nevada and Wyoming as well as a natural 2017 British Columbia plate
The new site is finally completed after the tedious process of transferring files and images from Frontpage to WordPress. The biggest change will be the site’s ability to adapt to any size screen, desktop, tablet or phone. Enjoy the new site and please send any feedback or errors to me via Facebook or email
We’re currently in the process of updating jeffsplates.ca from a MS FrontPage based site to one powered by WordPress. We’re hoping to have things back to normal soon. Thanks for your patience!