gov History WPL numbers were issued from 1941 through 1959 under the Wool Products Labeling Act. These numbers start at 00101 and continue to 04086.
CAUTION: The RN# issue date does not give the manufacture date of the garment. A registered identification number or RN is a number issued by the Federal Trade Commission, upon request, to a business residing in the U. that is engaged in the manufacture, importing, distribution, or sale of textile, wool, or fur products. They may, however, use the RN in place of a name on the label or tag that is required to be affixed to these products. RN numbers were issued under the Fur Products Labeling Act from 1952 through 1959. The business name is the full name that appears on business documents, such as purchase orders and invoices. Therefore, you may put your company business name on the label instead of an RN. Businesses can use this number on product labels instead of the company name.2) Do I have to use an RN? You are required to label covered products to identify the business responsible for marketing the products in the United States or the manufacturer. businesses that manufacture, import, distribute, or sell products covered by the Textile, Wool, and Fur Acts.