What does the SP or MI mean? Is it where it's made? Which one is for made in france?
Those prefixes mean where they are made.
For example, for bags made in the US, the prefixes "SD" stand for San Dimas [California].
I thought both date code prefixes SP and MI are for things made in France?
I'm doing some reasearch as to what all of the prefixes mean...
Thanks so much John.
if you go onto eBay, the seller fashionphile has a guide on the datecodes/letters. i was reading it yesterday and it's very helpful. you can just search for their username and click guides that they have contributed. hope this helps!
Hi, SP stands for Saint-Pourcain where there is a LV factory, in France...
Some of Fashionphiles info is wrong.
i got this off an eBay forum a long time ago. don't know how accurate it is...
FRANCE: AO, A1, A2, AN, AR, AS, BA, BJ, CT, DU, FL, LW, MB, MI, NO, RA, RI, SD (also USA), SL, SN, SP, SR, TH, VI
USA: FH, OS, SD (also France)
SPAIN: CA, LO, LB, LM
We have threads on here about this subject & a very good list. Search & you will find some great info.
You guys are like an encyclopedia!
thanks for giving me a heads up taco!
This place has a wealth of information, I am always amazed at how much the members here know! I love it here.
France: A0, A1, A2, AN, AR, AS, BA, BJ, CT, DU, ET, FL, MB, MI, NO, RA, RI, SD, SL, SN, SP, SR, TH, VI
USA: FC, FH, LA, OS, SD
Spain: CA, LO, LB, LM, LW
Italy: CE, SA
my PTI is MI and was made in france
My Speedy starts off AA00 and then two number it is made in France but, is not on the list above. Anyone now what AA...stands for??
My pouchette is CA made in Spain.