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On NetStamps label sheets, the serial number is in the upper right corner of the sheet, and also on each label. On the labels, the serial number is followed by two- or three-digit label number; when specifying the serial number, do not include the label number.
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Finding out how old your Gibson ES-335 is should be the first step in evaluating a vintage Gibson guitar. Knowing how to date a Gibson ES-335 isn't as easy as checking the serial number! Gibson serial numbers are only one part of the puzzle that is Gibson guitar dating. This is my check list on how to date a Gibson ES-335 guitar. This checklist will also help with how to date Gibson ES-345 guitars and how to date Gibson ES-355 guitars.
The serial number is one of the first places to start for how to date a Gibson ES-335 guitar. It should be on the inside of the bass side F hole on the paper label. If there's no serial number there, look on the back of the neck at the very top just above and between the tuners. Take a look- if the serial number is 6 digits or less then your guitar is older than 1976. You can contact me here if you would like to sell a Gibson guitar with six digit or less serial number: sell a Gibson guitar.
Is your serial number 6 digits or less and doesn't have a Made in USA stamp? This could indicate that your guitar was made between 1958 and 1970 as long as it's not a reissue. Gibson guitars made 1970 and later will have a "MADE IN USA" stamp underneath the serial number. The next place to look would be on the serial number chart further down this page.
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Gibson guitars with "MADE IN USA" impressed below the serial were made from 1969 and on. If your guitar has 6 digits impressed on the headstock and a "MADE IN USA" underneath then it was likely made between 1969 and 1975. Gibson reused serial numbers during this time period so that's as close as we can narrow these guitars down without reading the potentiometer codes.
Gibson ES-335 guitars with serial numbers containing more than six digits were made after 1975. You can use the serial number chart below to help determine what year your Gibson ES-335 was made. Remember that Gibson often reused serial number ranges in later years so you'll need to check what year the features of the guitar support.
Serial number: on a label inside above the film window in the format "A2F nnnnn". Published ranges are inaccurate. Empirical data suggests range of nnnnn is approximately 1000 (1939) to 40000 (1941).
Serial number: on a label inside above the film window in the format "No. nnnn - B". Published information stating range is "shared with model A" is incorrect. Empirical data show nnnn is between 1000 and 1999.
Serial number: stamped on the inside of the back in the format "0nnnnn" where nnnnnn is between 100000 (October 1940) and 140980 (1942). The two cameras share the same set of serial numbers and it's not known if different ranges were used for each of the two cameras.
Serial number: on a label inside the film supply chamber in the format "K nnnn". Published ranges are inaccurate. Empirical data suggests range of nnnn is approximately 1000 (1939) to 3100+ (1940).
Serial number: on a label inside on side of lens housing in the format "19-1nnnnn". Ranges by model overlap; Camros tend to be earliest, Mincas in the middle and Delcos later. Known advertisements: Camro 28: Summer/Fall 1947, Minca 28: December 1947. No known documentation of Delco vintage. Estimated range across all models: 19-100000 through 19-155000.
The first cameras made when civilian production resumed in 1945 started with 0nnnn and proceeded upward from there to 1740000 in 1957. However, it appears that the first several thousand cameras that would have started from 100000 had the leading '1' omitted from the serial number, so they appear as a five-digit number between 00000 and around 12000.
If your camera has a five-digit serial number between 00000 and 12000 and it has the following set of features, its serial number is probably accurate and the camera was made in 1945 or early 1946:
If your camera has a five-digit serial number between 00000 and 12000 and it has the following set of features, its serial number is probably missing the leading '1' (add 100000 to get the correct number) and the camera was made in late 1946 or early 1947:
* there is a large gap (100000+) in the database between 12nnnnn and 13nnnnn, suggesting an actual gap in serial numbers in that period. Inconsistencies in serial numbers are fairly common in Argus history.
1958 - 1966: Stamped on the bottom of the camera body as a ten-digit number. For these cameras, the year of production is indicated by the fourth digit of the serial number; the quarter of that year (1-4) is indicated by the fifth digit of the serial number. So the format is 'nnnYQnnnnn'; a camera with serial number 1822199999 was made in the first quarter of 1962. This includes Golden Shield Match-Matics.
* Per an Argus Product Service Department document dated May 1957, C-44s with serial numbers lower than 0044032270 were made in 1956, and those from 0044032270 on were made in 1957. It also notes that serial numbers between 0044020000 and 0044022266, originally produced in October 1956, were duplicated in December 1956 production.
Two variants of the front logo and film speed indicator exist. The earlier design has the shutter speed indication below the dial and the stylized "lens and prism" logo below the Argus name. The later design has the speed dot above the dial, and no "lens and prism" logo. This change appears around 1/3 of the way through the serial number range. 2b1af7f3a8