Farthest left is missing both rubber pads, next one is missing one of the two pads, 4th one the pads are scuffed, 7th and 8th from the left have no provision for the pads, and the farthest plate on the right is missing both pads. Those 3 with the missing pads are counted in the 9 with condition issues. Note that the attaching screw is offset on 8 of the plates, and centered on the 3 on the far right.
Second row back -- 9 metal or plastic plates. Farthest left are 2 small metal plates that are silver in color, then the 3rd plate is the one with 3/8 threads, others are unmarked but distinctive. Third row back -- 8 metal or plastic plates.
Farthest left is marked "S6123", one next to it is marked "QB-157". Fourth row back -- 9 mostly plastic plates. 3rd from left is marked "QB-4LC". The three in the middle include one white plate sitting on a small quick release, another white plate with a level vial, and one red plate.My guess simply a guess!!! Is that they are Joby plates of some sort. The quick release is also shown in the last picture. The 8th plate from the left is marked "VELBON" and the one on the far right is marked "SLIK". Fifth row back -- 7 plastic plates. The three on the right are identical to each other. Sixth row back -- 7 plastic plates. The two on the left have a distinctive pattern on the pad, the whitish plate looks unused, the whitish plate and the tan plates have metal locating pins, and the two on the right have plastic locating pins. Some of these plates with the opposing V pattern might be QB-4W plates. Seventh row back -- 7 identical plastic plates, all with metal locating pins. Again, might be QB-4W plates. Eighth or farthest row back -- 6 plates all with issues. Farthest left is damaged at the attaching screw, 3rd from the left has some scuffing on the pad, and the other 4 have broken or missing locating pins. (but see below if you are in Canada).
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If you have questions about anything I have listed, especially about how to pay for your new treasure, please ask. The item "Lot of 55 camera tripod head quick release plates Slik Velbon many more" is in sale since Wednesday, December 5, 2018.
This item is in the category "Cameras & Photo\Tripods & Supports\Other Tripods & Supports". The seller is "jlhf1" and is located in Kenmore, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.