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If you see a label, and the over-all style fits into the era generally, (say 1940) then it is fairly safe to assume it was made in the early 1940’s.

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UNION LABELS is an overall accepted easy way to immediately identify what was made prior to 1942, and afterwards, simply by it’s existance.

If it does have one, you can be fairly sure you’re looking at a modern repro version.

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So if you do find a care label in a piece of clothing, you can be pretty sure it was made between the Seventies and now. Take a look at the two coats in the picture for example, they look and feel very similar, both are cut in a Fifties style and both could seemingly be vintage.

If you take a look at the labels though, you’ll see that the blue coat only has a brand label, while the green coat does contain a modern care label.

If not, then it might be simply that for some reason “a label was never on it,” or has been removed by someone later on, so it does not absolutely rule that it never had one.

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