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  • Pantone Number: 155 1 1 U
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  • Pantone Name: Chili Pepper
    Number: 19 1557 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 730 U
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  • Pantone Number: 718 U
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  • Pantone Number: 31 1 6 C
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  • Pantone Number: 524 PC
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  • Pantone Number: 2602 M
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  • Pantone Name: Magenta Haze
    Number: 18 2525 TPX
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  • Pantone Name: Raspberry
    Number: 18 1754 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 110 U
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  • Pantone Name: Catawba Grape
    Number: 19 1621 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 5615 C
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  • Pantone Number: BRIGHT RED U
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  • Pantone Number: 3 1 2 C
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  • Pantone Number: 88 3 2 U
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  • Pantone Number: 491 C
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  • Pantone Name: Mocha Mousse
    Number: 17 1230 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 528 M
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  • Pantone Number: 94 2 7 U
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  • Pantone Name: Fusion Coral
    Number: 16 1543 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 82 1 4 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 408 M
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  • Pantone Number: 717 M
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  • Pantone Number: 107 1 4 U
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  • Pantone Number: 99 1 6 CP
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  • Pantone Number: 61 1 3 CP
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  • Pantone Name: Wood Violet
    Number: 19 3325 TPX
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  • Pantone Number: 82 4 7 CP
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  • Pantone Name: Mimosa
    Number: 14 0848 TCX
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  • Pantone Number: 34 1 5 C
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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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Value describes the darkness or lightness of a color. A color light in value has been diluted with white. For example, pink is a tint of red that has a light value, because of the white added to it.

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