Louis Vuitton Date Codes List (Made In France)
Factory code Years active Comment
RI Circa 2005-now Rare factory code, not seen too much
SF Circa 2016-now Newer date code, often used for pochettes
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The first two letters represent the factory location. The first and third numbers represent the week of the year, and the second and forth numbers represent the year. For example, date code SD1132 indicates that the bag was made in France or the US in the 13th week (March) of 2012.
Rather, Louis Vuitton handbags have “date codes” stamped either on interior tags or directly on the interior linings. These date codes simply serve to identify the manufacturing location and date for a Louis Vuitton handbag, not to verify its authenticity.
The date code can be stamped on a leather tag inside, to the lining or to the vachetta (white leather) parts. Keep in mind that a date code on an item does not guarantee that its authenticity since many counterfeit items also have legit date codes.
Find the Date Code
While almost all non-vintage Louis Vuitton will have been stamped with a date code, there are exceptions to the rule in regards to their visibility.
Authentic Louis Vuitton Bags always include a stamp that says “Louis Vuitton” and “made in France” (or another country if it was made elsewhere) underneath it. If your bag is missing this stamp, then it is likely a fake. Look for the stamp pressed directly into the leather of your bag.
Newer Louis Vuitton bags may not have an exterior Made In USA stamp, but will have a leather or cloth tag inside that reads “Made in USA of imported materials.”