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The State quality mark of the USSR was the official Soviet mark for the certification of quality established in 1967.
It was used to mark consumer, production, and technical goods to certify that they met quality standards and, in general, to increase the effectiveness of the production system in the USSR.
The goods themselves or their packaging were marked, as was the accompanying documentation, labels or tags. Rules of its use were defined by GOST, an acronym for 'state standard'.
The right to use the sign was leased to the enterprises for 2–3 years based on the examination of the goods by the State Attestation Commission that should certify that the goods are of the "higher quality category".