A unique number that is stamped or printed on a tag usually located on the interior of a handbag or wallet. This number, assigned by the handbag designer can prove authenticity, and can also indicate the design line of the handbag, the date it was made, and even the location of where it was manufactured or location of the boutique (or authorized dealer) it was sold from. An example of a handbag serial number Made by - COACH photo provided by substatic An example of a handbag serial number Made by - DOONEY & BOURKE photo provided by substatic An example of a handbag serial number Made by - FENDI photo provided by substatic An example of a handbag serial number Made by - FOSSIL photo provided by substatic An example of a handbag serial number Made by - GUCCI photo provided by substatic An example of a handbag serial number Made by - MARK CROSS photo provided by substatic An example of a handbag serial number Made by - BRIGHTON photo provided by substatic
Each IBM Machine Type/Model contains a 7 digit Serial Number (example - 66-00001). The Serial Number is specific to each Machine.
A field created in most electronic databases which assigns a sequential record number to each new record as it is created. This is one to ensure that each record has at least one field with a unique value shared by no other record. This can be useful for tracing the history of the entry of a series of duplicate items.
A serial number is a code, numeric or alphanumeric (letter and number), that is assigned to an item for its lifetime by its manufacturer. It is a unique number applied to a product example, as opposed to a model number or type number. Each of a series of identical products has a different serial number. Different manufacturers place serial numbers in different places; for instance, for most Dell computers the serial number for your system is the Service Tag number and is a unique five- to seven-digit alphanumeric code, which is found on a bar-coded label affixed to your system.
A set of characters that uniquely identifies a single unit and can be used for traceability and warranty purposes. It does not normally refer to the use of a single identifier for a batch or lot composed of multiple units.
a number that uniquely identifies a structure or window. Each type of structure has its own sequence of serial numbers that starts with 1 for the first structure of that type and increases by one for each newly created structure of that type. Each record type has its own sequence of serial numbers.
Lifejackets carry a serial number that identify the maker, batch and manufacturing date.
an identifier consisting of alphanumeric characters, which is assigned sequentially in the order of manufacture or final test which, in conjunction, with the manufacturer's identification (e
a number engraved on the bicycle much like your social security number
a series of numbers and/or letters assigned by a manufacturer to its products
a unique identity for a specific item
a unique textual code that is assigned to the individual license
The number stored in the SOA records for a domain indicating which version of the zone file it is.
The bare minimum five character number in print by a company and on all sets of charity game cards.
Integer number or string of characters, unique within a certificate provider's domain. Used to identify certificates eg. in the CRL. Can be seen in the Certificate Properties form on the "Details" tab.
A manufacturer's identification number consisting of three alpha characters plus a six-digit numeric code. The first alpha character is 'X' followed by a two-character dealer code. A serial number appears as XDDnnnnnn, where nnnnnn is a unique number allocated by the dealer.
see Edition Number
the number supplied by the software publisher to the end user to begin the activation process.
Unique serial number is assigned to each certificate. Usually preprinted.
A sequence of eight alphanumeric numbers used to license, identify and track your software with PTCLM (10-11-A3-E7)
at least five characters printed on each card.
A unique number stamped onto the frame of a gun by the manufacturer.
Each cellphone sold has a unique serial number, usually printed underneath the battery. If your phone is stolen, it is essential that you have this number, so that you can have it blocked from further use.
(1) A number assigned to a dispatch of Letter-post, newspaper mail, Parcel Post or Registered Mail dispatched to or received from a foreign country. (2) A number given to Registered Mail items, insured parcels, Collect On Delivery articles and bulletins of verification. (3) A unique number imprinted on each money order at the time of manufacture. (numéro d'ordre de série)
SERIAL NUMBER indicates that every set (example 36,001 to 45,000) has its own unique identification number for that individual set.
This is a system used in the majority of currency issued to keep track of the number of notes in circulation and to make counterfeiting more difficult because each note has a unique number. These numbers can be important to the collector, who often has a passion for low or special numbers. A bill with a serial number consisting of all the same numerals, for example, is highly sought after.
A bit pattern that unambiguously can identify an SSM entity (record, file, or index) within the context of the volume on which the entity resides. A serial number is not always associated with a Shore entity. Serial numbers, once used to identify an entity, are never used for any other purpose, which means that if an entity is destroyed, its serial number is never reassigned. The SVAS and SSM enforce this rule; all value-added servers should do the same.
A unique number that can be found on the back of a system. It is usually printed above the power cord or on a bar-code label that is above and to the left of the SCSI bus port.
The value used to store a date or time in Excel. Days are numbered from the beginning of the century--the date serial number 1 corresponds to the date January 1, 1900. Time serial numbers are stored as a decimal fraction.
a number printed by a manufacturer on each set of cards.
The number printed on each set of charity game tickets/cards.
A unique number applied to a firearm in order to identify the individual firearm.
An identifying number given to each patent application by the USPTO as of the day it is received or made complete.
A unique number used to identify a carton, unit load or shipment. Serial numbers are usually generated by the supplier of the material.
A unique number assigned to each discrete unit of an item.
A series of numbers and letters that identifies an individual copy of Maya, part of the Online Product Activation (OPA) Process. A serial number starts with the letter "M." You need to use this number to register Maya and receive an activation key via email. See also activation key, Online Product Activation (OPA).
A serial number is a unique number that is one of a series assigned for identification which varies from its successor or predecessor by a fixed discrete integer value. Common usage has expanded the term to refer to any unique alphanumeric identifier for one of a large set of objects, however in data processing and allied fields in computer science. Not every numerical identifier is a serial number; identifying numbers which are not serial numbers are sometimes called nominal numbers.