Examples of Authentication photographs...

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  1. #1 Aug 2, 2015
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    Mulberry label and tree disc - Enusre the photograph is taken face on as shown. The shape of the label may vary depending on model and age. The disc may not be directly beneath the label again depending on the model...
     
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  2. #2 Aug 2, 2015
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    Postman's lock, sometimes referred to as turnlock or male lock. The hole and column should be fully visible...
     
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    Serial number on reverse of tree disc. Not always present, so if no number present simply post photograph of reverse of the disc if there is one. Also note certain bags such as the Kendal, Ruby Bayswater etc may have more than one disc...
     
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  4. Magnetic lock, sometimes referred to as polo magnet or lock. Please show both parts if requested by the authenticators...

    (Left hand side shows female right hand side shows male lock parts)
     
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    Made in label again not always present, (can be hidden inside internal pockets on certain models) if it is please give photographs of both sides...

    (Left hand side shows front, right hand side shows reverse of label)
     
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  6. #6 Aug 2, 2015
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    This thread contains examples of the photographs required for authentication. For further information on how to post a request for authentication please read the first post on the Authentication thread:

    http://forum.purseblog.com/mulberry-shopping/authenticate-this-mulberry-please-read-post-1-first-901871-138.html

    This thread gives examples of the components of the bags the Authenticators require photographs of or may request as additional to those provided. All photographs should be clear, focussed close ups and in the correct orientation if possible.

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  7. #7 Aug 2, 2015
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    Zip foot / Zipper head or inward face of zip / runner - Not always easy to photograph, but frequently requested when asking for authentication of small leather goods...
     
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    Embossing or Mulberry stamp(ing) / imprinting again usually required for the authentication of small leather goods (SLGs), may be either internal to the item (wallets, purses etc) or external (pouches). If the item has both internal and external embossing include pictures of both...

    (Left side shows internal, right hand side shows external)
     
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    Made in label in certain models (usually made specifically for sale in the Outlet stores and known as Special Purchase) have a leather tab and not a cloth made in label...
     
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