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But, I have found evidence that the dating code was actually in use prior to 1904 which is why I have amended the chart to include 1900-1903 (highlighted in yellow, below).

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Using all of this information in conjunction it should be possible to accurately determine the manufacturing date of a deck of playing cards within a range of a few years.

Using the list in the Playing Card Manufacturers Article on this website, you can narrow down the years a deck was made.

A reliable way to date decks made by the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC) is the dating code printed on the ace of spades or joker at the time it was manufactured. REV.', 'PLAYING CARDS,' and 'CLASS A.' Both stamps have have '7 CENTS' in the center row of the cancellation, and they were cancelled by the U.

The code is helpful in dating decks after 1904, the year it started, according to the Hochman Encyclopedia.

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This strongly suggests that the date code was indeed used at least as early as 1901. Using the list in the Playing Card Manufacturers Article on this website, you can narrow down the years a deck was used these codes after they were acquired by the USPCC in 19 respectively.I do not know if other manufacturers, who often also have codes on ace of spades or other cards, varied the codes by identifiable dates.This goes mostly for American decks and especially for USPC decks, but it pertains to others as well.I tried to make this post succinct, and not go into too much detail.Playing Card Co., Russell & Morgan Factories" Andrew Dougherty based in New York, NY (1848-1930) from 1907-1930, was a separate part of USPC in 1930, was merged into Consolidated Dougherty Co.(since 1962 operated as a division of USPC) Perfection Playing Card Co.based in Philadelphia, PA (1885-1889) based in New York, NY (1890-1894) in 1894, acquired by USPC, name was used until 1915 Samuel Hart & Co.