When Dracula’s Melbourne closed the doors after almost 40 years, many of the retro haunt décor, theatrical oddities, eccentric collectables and eclectic props were snapped up to hundreds of collectors, aficionados and fans in a unique Garage sale at the iconic Carlton property. The HORROR plates spent a lifetime on the Dracula’s Maintenance Vehicle and were a regular sight in and around Melbourne City.
Dracula’s Operations Manager, Luke Newman says this is a brilliant opportunity for a collector to own a piece of history.“Dracula’s Melbourne was an institution, and like the massive demand to purchase our props and décor when we closed, we want these plates to rise from the dead and begin a new life with a collector.” “It’s a rare opportunity for someone to pick up a ‘damned good’ souvenir from a bygone era” he adds.
Drac’s unique Victorian HORROR number plates are currently available online, reasonable offers considered.
Can be viewed for sale here: https://www.mrplates.com.au/28237
Images: Peta-Jayne Habner
Author: Peta-Jayne Habner , Matthew Lancaster