Dating a letter

The third and fourth numbers are the month; 02=February. The first two letters are the year; Q=0 and I=2, so 2002. (See chart at the top of the page.) The first letter is the year; 1985.

YMMI, Made in Indonesia, 2001-: Letter-letter-letter-######, like so: QIM180013.

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Dating a letter Arabikchat sesli

There is no indication of year in this configuration–just “sometime between ’86 and ’89.

Made in Japan, 1997-: #-letter-letter-####, like so: 8FJ0013. Made in Japan, 1988: Letter-letter-letter-letter-###, like so: SMQI123.

The second and third numbers are the month; March (03).

The third letter is the month; June (see chart above.) The first and second numbers (following the 3 letters) are the day; 18th. Made in Japan, 1984-1986: Letter-letter-letter-letter-###.

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Made in Japan, 1989-2002: Letter-letter-letter-letter-###, like so: SKJL321.

Made in Japan, 2002-: Letter-letter-letter-###-letter, like so: QJM111E.

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