Combinations with fewer numbers have no meaning for collectors.The same codes were used by National Playing Card Co.
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One useful dating aid for decks manufactured by United States Playing Card Co., is a dating code placed on the Ace of Spades at time of manufacture.
The code first came into use in 1904 and applies only to aces of spades that bear a letter plus a four-digit number.
based in Milltown, NY (1912-1928) in 1929, became a division of USPC, but name was used for some years later Western Publishing Co., Inc.