Louis Vuitton Date Codes and Sell My Louis Vuitton Handbag

4 Nov

Sell My Louis Vuitton HandbagLouis Vuitton Date Codes and Sell My Louis Vuitton Handbag. As I’m sure most of you are aware, Louis Vuitton has been using date codes to disclose date and location of each handbag manufactured. Sell My Louis Vuitton handbag with date code, receipt, original box, dust bag, etc. Since the 1990s, Louis Vuitton date codes have been in the format of two letters followed by four numbers. The two letters indicate the country of production. Some examples of places where authentic sell my Louis Vuitton handbag are manufactured are USA, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, etc. Louis Vuitton bags manufactured in the USA should have the two letter designation of  FC, SD, LA, FH, and OS, whereas Louis Vuitton bags manufactured in Spain should have one of these two letter designation LW, LM, LB, LO, or CA.  Louis Vuitton bags manufactured in France have the largest number of different two letter designations, some of these are AA, AN, AR, AS, BA, BJ, CT, DU, ET, FL, MB, MI, etc. In sell Louis Vuitton handbag manufactured since the 1990s, the first and third numbers stand for the month and the second and fourth numbers represent the year. If the date code reads SD0064, this means it was produced in the USA in June of 2004. This will also assist you in Louis Vuitton authentication because if you have a bag with the date code “SD0064” and it is stamped “Made In France”, this is obviously fake. Beginning in January of 2007, however, Louis Vuitton again changed their date code orientation. The first and third numbers in the date code now stand for the week of the year that the bag was manufactured, while the second and fourth numbers still stand for the year. I imagine that the company will change their date code orientation again sometime in the near future. Stay tuned for more on sell Louis Vuitton handbag!

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