Many plates featured a white and blue color scheme.
Another eye-popping plate featured jumbo shrimp in a garlic sauce, tinted green by basil.
The plates feature embossed black serials on a white background.
The 1912 plate followed the design of other provinces, but 1913 to 1915 featured the Alberta shield and year on the left side.
The plate, which has a special back stamp, features an illustration of the new centre at Hartshill, which was financed by appeal funds.
The plates feature the stars and bars, a symbol offensive to many black Americans.
The plates feature deeply colored motifs based on vulvar and butterfly forms.
Just about every mezze features a plate of these to add some tang and tart to the meal.
Also, most helmet plates now feature parts with coloured enamel, such as the force name or crest.
Small and large plates feature Italian ingredients.