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  • Stabilo Name: Violet
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 55
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  • Stabilo Name: Dark Gray
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 96
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  • Stabilo Name: Crimson
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 50
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  • Stabilo Name: Brown
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 45
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  • Stabilo Name: Light Gray
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 94
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  • Stabilo Name: Azure
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 57
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  • Stabilo Name: Green
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 36
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  • Stabilo Name: Turquoise
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 51
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  • Stabilo Name: Lilac
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 58
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  • Stabilo Name: Ice Green
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 13
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  • Stabilo Name: Orange
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 54
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  • Stabilo Name: Yellow
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 44
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  • Stabilo Name: Dark Ochre
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 89
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  • Stabilo Name: Black
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 46
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  • Stabilo Name: Red
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 40
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  • Stabilo Name: Pink
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 56
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  • Stabilo Name: Ultramarine
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 32
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  • Stabilo Name: Leaf Green
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 43
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  • Stabilo Name: Dark Blue
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 41
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  • Stabilo Name: Olive Green
    Collection: Point 88 Fineliner Pens
    Number: 63
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Stabilo

In 1855 Schwan-Stabilo originates as a small pencil factory in Nuremberg in German Bavaria, called Gro├čberger und Kurz.

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Primary colors are blue, red and yellow. These are pure colors that have no component other than themselves. Secondary colors are orange, green and purple. These are composed of the primary colors on either side of it on the color wheel. i.e. Orange = red

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