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  • Pantone Number: 162 2 7 C
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  • Pantone Name: Cerulean
    Number: 15 4020 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 53 1 1 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 107 4 4 C
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  • Pantone Number: 39 2 2 CP
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  • Pantone Name: Cayenne
    Number: 18 1651 TPX
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  • Pantone Name: Lamb S Wool
    Number: 12 0910 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 544 U
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  • Pantone Name: Insignia Blue
    Number: 19 4028 TPX
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  • Pantone Name: Scuba Blue
    Collection: Universe Twin Markers
    Number: 16 4725
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  • Pantone Name: Cream Blush
    Number: 13 1019 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 142 C
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  • Pantone Name: Quiet Green
    Number: 15 6317 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 138 C
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  • Pantone Number: 619 C
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  • Pantone Number: 547 PC
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  • Pantone Number: 513 PC
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  • Pantone Number: 653 UP
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  • Pantone Number: 469 C
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  • Pantone Number: 118 1 3 C
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  • Pantone Name: Aloe
    Number: 17 0620 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 95 1 3 CP
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  • Pantone Name: Fall Leaf
    Collection: Universe Twin Markers
    Number: 15 1132
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  • Pantone Number: 679 M
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  • Pantone Number: 61 1 3 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 114 UP
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  • Pantone Number: WARM GRAY 6 UP
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  • Pantone Name: Orchid Hush
    Number: 13 3805 TCX
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  • Pantone Name: Cork
    Number: 16 1422 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 60 1 2 U
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  • Pantone Name: Aloe
    Number: 17 0620 TCX
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  • Pantone Name: Star Light
    Collection: Wedding
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  • Pantone Number: 15 1 2 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 18 1 3 U
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  • Pantone Number: 37 1 2 U
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In 1963, Lawrence Herbert, Pantone's founder, created an innovative system for identifying, matching and communicating colors to solve the problems associated with producing accurate color matches in the graphic arts community. His insight that the spectrum is seen and interpreted differently by each individual led to the innovation of the PANTONE® MATCHING SYSTEM®, a book of standardized color in fan format.

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Tertiary colors are orange-red, orange-yellow, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-purple, and red-purple. Tertiary colors assume more of one color than the other.

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