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Spocoach discount handbagst FakeThis is a Coach bag. It is made out of a completely natural glove tanned cowhide. The scars, scratches, veins and wrinkles are natural markings characteristic of fullgrain leathers.
Serial numbers beginning with the letters N thru Z are not valid Coach numbers. If any of these letters are seen kicking off a Coach serial number sequence it should raise an automatic red flag.
and it is a seven digit all numeric serial number. The letters were not introduced until . This handbag was made before the switch to Chinese manucturing around .
] Always read the creed before you buy. If the bag is made of Signature bric and the creed says its made of genuine cowhide leather, that is a red flag. The materials the bag is made from should match the creed statement, the country where the creed says the bag was made should match the plant code in the serial number. The stamping should be even, the stitching should be straight and even and usually without double stitching, the words should be spelled correctly, and the punctuation and the spacing between words should follow standard English rules of grammar.
Below is an example of an authentic Coach label with the eleven expanded digits, and the F before the number
Coach never made bags in Korea and never used serial numbers with only or digits like this xx or and without the abbreviated No. in front of the numbers. However, a few items with digit serial numbers were manuctured for the Atlanta Olympic Games, Coach never used serial numbers with digits or less. and all similar numbers starting with , , , , etc., followed by or numbers after the dash and any label that says made in Korea are all warning signs.
Coach did not add the fourth digit in the serial prefix until it was necessary to prevent year repetition, in .
xx [Forth number added to avoid repeating year]
] Hows this label look? Notice the creed impression, the impression looks a little odd itself, compared to the date code. The date codes stamp impression looks much lighter, much more int than the creed, almost as if it was pressed by a different machine altogether, or by using a different technique. Also notice the stitch line under the numbers and in the first sequence. The stitch line appears to be doubled up on two links. This is also a warning sign that the bag is not real Coach. And if these semisubtle tells are not enough, then there is more. If you read the creed, you will stumble upon the word SURERIOR, a laughable mistake, the word they misspelled is obviously supposed to be SUPERIOR. [More creed phrasing issues]
] The stamp is located in the upper left corner of the label, indicating this was purchased from a Coach outlet. [
] Up until the last few years, there was no standard placement for underscores, dashes and gaps. Every Coach ctory started out with their own templates, therefore it is normal for them to be different. But always use extra caution when things seem out of place. Many contemporary Coach serial numbers seem to have spaces after the prefix, and after the hyphen xx x. Not like xxx. Again, this is not conclusive information yet, and needs to be updated. [
] The gold cursive script writing as seen on Coach lines such as Legacy. This script should have ure, it will not be a cheap screen print, if you run your finger over it, you should feel the ridges. [more info on this of label coming].
] The Creed in this pre, from the year . This vintage Coach lablel reads much different than the updated post Coach Creed. Also, notice that below the creed says that this handbag was
x letter Switch to alphanumeric serial numbers.
The number serials were phased out in , and replaced with an alphanumeric serial number which had three digits representing the ctory, year and season, and after the hyphen, the four digit code for the bag model. For example KM would be a Station Bag , made in the number in the prefix. The K M are ctory and manucturing codes. So every single Station Bag made in in that particular ctory could have the identical serial number. And some popular bags were made in more than one ctory so the same number could have different prefixes on different bags.
In and even more codes were added although the year code is still in the same place in the sequence. Bags made just for the ctory stores/outlets will now often have the letter F before the number. Some bags such as the Legacy line can have as many as ten digits in the serial number, five on either side of the hyphen, and current bags made for the Factory Stores can have as many as eleven digits. For one year in some numbers began to include letters and numbers until Coach decided to expand the number to five digits.
xx [Switch to alphanumeric serial numbers]
With only two letters or one number and one letter to the left of the hyphen can be assumed to be ke.
all similar numbers starting with , , , , etc., followed by or numbers after the dash and usually with a patch that says made in Korea.
Coach has used many different creeds over the years. Theyve changed s, s, wording, positioning of the numbers, everything. Just because the creed of a certain bag does not correspond to the paramenters of another handbag does not confirm it is ke.
] If you purchase from an unauthorized dealer, call Coach, their representatives will verify if the authenticity number matches the , Coach contact link at the bottom of tutorial.
Some bags have been seen with an X in the right corner. More info on this is needed
] There still seems to be no uniformity with serial numbers. Some have the dash closer to the first set of numbers, some are centered perfectly, some have space, others seem cramped. So, currently, the dash is still an xctor. Something that will vary from bag to bag, year to year, model to model.
y number Seven digit serial numbers were used.
yy [All numbers. Example further below of coach label]