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How to tell how old a Navigo Decouverte card is?

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We have been using our Navigo Decouverte cards every time we visit Paris for many years. Damned if I can remember (Alzheimer's strikes again) on which trip we bought them. I know you can no longer reload the card after ten years, and we will be going again in May 2014.

There is no date of purchase printed on the card, so my question is there any way to determine the remaining period of validity, other than going to Paris and sticking it into a machine?

Of course, I can just make sure to bring along another photo, so I can get a new card, but I'm rather fond of my venerable travel companion. It has led me to some wondrous places.

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