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Offline mhh

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Not any more! They will no longer forward letters on to owners. Their reason was "people were constantly harassing owners of plates to sell them". I am gathering there is an alternative motive behind this decision :mad:

I'm not surprised with the change of heart.  I guess it is better to get 100% of the price of a random plate still in stock than it is to get 10% of the price of a decent plate already out there.  I imagine some owners would get tired of receiving mail about a really good plate - like [7] for example.

I think Stewart's www.historicplates.com.au site is the go.  It establishes a market place where sellers and buyers can meet.  Of course, TSA still get 10% of the action but at least the market might free up a little.



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