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Kent wrote at 2011-08-10 14:30:17
The information regarding the PLANCOR is a statement of ownership, not of manufacture.  PLANCOR was a U.S. government term coined by the Defense Plant Corporation (a subsidiary of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation) to uniquely identify projects that supported WWII.  An index of PLANCORS may be available from the U.S. Archives ( ).

JP wrote at 2015-03-18 14:49:19
I'm guessing it's an inventory tag. I also have a tag like this. My numbers are different. They are 33 5 1. My tag is on an old wooden case that holds a Bausch & Lomb microscope. I know this doesn't exactly answer your question, but maybe it'll help solve the puzzle.

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