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Old 06-19-2012, 05:30 PM   #6
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Well... I don't know which one to believe.
PMS 209C
Pantone's Color Bridge book 22c 90m 40y 35k
ID's version 0c 100m 34y 53k
ID using Pantone Color Bridge 14c 94m 36y 60k

PMS 7408C
Pantone Color Bridge book 0c 31m 91y 3k
ID 5.88c 35.29m 100y 0k
ID using Pantone Color Bridge 0c 30m 99y 0k

PMS 158C
Pantone Color Bridge book 0c 50m 84y 0k
ID 5.49c 70.2m 100y .39k
ID using Pantone Color Bridge 0c 64m 95y 0k
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