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  • Pantone Number: 419 PC
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  • Pantone Number: 166 U
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  • Pantone Number: 2 1 5 C
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  • Pantone Number: 4 1 6 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 4505 UP
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  • Pantone Name: Raw Umber
    Number: 17 1422 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 436 PC
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  • Pantone Number: 127 4 6 C
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  • Pantone Number: PINK C
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  • Pantone Name: Hot Pink
    Number: 17 1937 TPX
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  • Pantone Name: Lima Bean
    Number: 13 0333 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 141 1 6 U
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  • Pantone Number: 13 5 4 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 7428 PC
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  • Pantone Number: WARM GRAY 6 PC
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  • Pantone Number: 26 2 2 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 127 4 2 C
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  • Pantone Number: 1 5 1 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 140 1 1 C
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  • Pantone Number: 98 2 6 U
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  • Pantone Number: 162 2 2 U
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  • Pantone Number: 93 2 4 U
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  • Pantone Number: 2985 PC
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  • Pantone Name: Golf Green
    Number: 18 5642 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 107 4 3 U
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  • Pantone Number: 5497 U
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  • Pantone Name: North Atlantic
    Number: 18 4612 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 68 1 2 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 7532 C
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  • Pantone Number: PROCESS YELLOW M
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  • Pantone Number: 136 1 1 C
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  • Pantone Number: 135 1 2 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 94 5 2 U
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  • Pantone Name: Jade Lime
    Number: 14 0232 TPX
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  • Pantone Name: Persimmon
    Number: 16 1544 TPX
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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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Light affects color because in seeing color it's actually light waves that our eyes perceive. Something has color because of the light it reflects. We all see color slightly differently depending on the perception of the light and color-sensitive receptor

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