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59mm O-C Women's Fashion And Colorful Polarized Sunglasses
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lenses. Made in Italy. Elegant, conceptual, subversive, and chic, Yves Saint Laurent was founded in 1961 and is one of the most legendary names in luxury fashion. Early on, YSL revolutionized the fashion.
Demystifying Limited Edition Plate Identification
Most Limited Edition plates are reproductions of original paintings that were transferred onto plates by various manufacturing methods. Only one template is used by the manufacturer for all plates made from that work of art, for that particular series of plates. But sometimes the same manufacturer will make another plate template, from that same work of art, to include in another series of plates. Here is a little bit of information that will help you greatly: A Limited Edition plate collector needs to be aware that artists often license more than one manufacturer to reproduce their paintings onto plates. So you might also find different plates with the same art work on them, made by different manufacturers, and they might all be genuine Limited Edition Collectible plates. Limited Edition means that the manufacturer vows to produce NO MORE than an amount stated from that template. Then the template is destroyed and never used again. However, if the edition is limited to 10,000 plates that does not mean they produced 10,000 plates, it only means that they vowed not to produce more than 10,000 plates. Also, saying a plate is the first edition only means it was the first plate in a series. Second edition would be the second plate in a series, etc. Each edition is limited to the same amount of plates as the other plates in that series, but there may not have been the same number of plates produced for each edition. That's why some plates in a series may be more valuable than others. Value is based on supply and demand, as well as materials and workmanship. Limited Edition Collectible plates are usually numbered and of those that are not, then none of the plates from that template were numbered.