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09-04-2003, 12:00 PM
Awhile ago I was collecting the Star Wars Hamilton plates. There was a plate that they were going to produce with Jabba the Hutt on it. Well the plate never came, and when I called they told me that they had lost the license to produce the plates. My question is, does anyone know if any Jabba plates were ever produced? I'm trying to complete my collection. Also is anyone selling their Hamilton plates? I'm missing a few from the series that came out sometime in the 80's.

09-18-2003, 04:05 PM
I don't have any of the plates, but this site...
http://www.sfstuff.com/pl-sw-na.htm indicates that a Jabba the Hutt was released.

Another useful site for a complete listing, is here...

The cargo bay..

09-19-2003, 01:38 AM
Thank you r2dee2! I always thought that perhaps it never made it to market based on what I was told when I called the folks at the Hamilton. Wow, does it ever bring in a good dollar amount. I'll have to save my nickels and dimes! And in the mean time, I will have to check my other plates and get a complete inventory on what I do have.

09-25-2003, 11:34 PM
Well, I printed up the list from the SW collectors bible. I knew I was missing 3 plates from the original release of plates, or the ones with the matching mugs. I was suprised however to find that I had the trilogy collection of plates, and all the Ships plates, and all the heros and villians plates with the exception of the Jabba plate. I'm rather upset with Hamilton for telling me the Jabba plate was never made because LFL pulled the license.

I will have to keep my eye open for those plates I am missing.

I need the following plates:
Tomart #
CE003 Falcon cockpit
CE004 Yoda and Luke
CE007 Space battle

22487 Jabba

oh and this one I just noticed
CE0010 SW 10th Anniversary plate

Mad Slanted Powers
12-25-2004, 10:10 AM
I've never collected these, but my sister just got me two for Christmas. I have Han Solo in Mos Eisley Cantina and the Millennium Falon. They look very nice. I'll have to get a couple stands to display them on.

Merry Christmas everyone.

12-28-2004, 09:28 AM
I've thought about collecting the plates -or at least a good lot of them. But I'm out of display space as it is (for now). They are great collectibles.

01-04-2005, 12:50 PM
I've got a lot of these plates, but nowhere safe enough to display them without the fear of bumping them off the wall and breaking the plates into pieces, so they sit in the box they were shipped in, waiting for the day I can afford to put them out to share with the world.

01-28-2005, 03:46 PM
I currently have my plates packed away as I just moved and can't agree with my wife where to display them.

I wouldn't mind putting at least one of the 4 sets in the family room, but that is getting the poo-poo. I think it will ultimately be relegated to the star wars room with the rest of the toys...but it is already full...and one day the room is going to be a kids room, so I don't know...maybe finish the basement, but then I loose my workshop...

As far as display goes, I have always hung with plate holders, but I am going to build a housed frame...basically notch out grooves for the plate to sit in bith along the top and bottom, so there is no risk of falling over. But again, don't know where I'll hang em so...

01-28-2005, 03:49 PM
I currently have my plates packed away as I just moved and can't agree with my wife where to display them.

Tell her if she doesnt hang them where they can be seen, you will go and buy the Star Wars Dixie Cups and use them to serve to her friends at the next dinner party.

01-28-2005, 08:44 PM
I actually have my Burger king Glasses in our living room curio cabinet and I do have some vintage dixie cups too. And all the ROTJ tooth brushes.

Jabba bubble bath too.

Otherwise all hasbro Kenner 3 3/4