This set contains two luggage tags that feature the 6-color Apple logo on one side and a window for identification on the other side. The tags were originally white, but discolored over time.
The package includes two blank identification cards and two black plastic straps. The set is sealed in the original plastic.
This product is featured on page 61 of the Spring 1993 Starting Line: Apple Marketing Communications Catalog. Its description reads:
Luggage Tag No more lost luggage. This tag has a clear slot that allows you to slip in your business card, home address, or the address of your destination. The strap is detachable, making it easy to put the tag on another piece of luggage Two tags per package. Dimensions 4 1/2” x 2 1/2” APL344
This luggage tag is white (though yellowing with age) with a red Apple logo and the logotype “Apple Computer, Inc.,” Apple’s official company name from 1977–2007. (In 2007 the company name changed to Apple, Inc.)
The luggage tag measures 4.25 x 2.25 inches and is just under 1/8 inch thick. It comes with a paper insert with lines to write in personal information on one side and directions for threading the included “durable spaghetti loop” on the back.
This luggage tag was manufactured by Action Line U.S.A.
This plastic luggage tag is printed on green translucent plastic and features the stylized image of a running person. The upper-right corner includes a silver Apple logo. The tag has a clear rubber loop that can be used to attach the tag to a luggage handle.
I do not recognize this specific design as it relates to an Apple product or service. If you have any history on this design, please contact me.
This rubber tag is bright orange and printed on the front with a white Apple logo and on the back with three rectangular boxes to write in a name or other information. The circle has a 5 cm diameter, and the tab at the top adds an additional 1 cm.
This luggage tag is white with a light gray Apple logo on the front and a space on the back for name and address information to be written. The tag is sealed in its original package and includes a clear band to attach it to a piece of luggage.