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Possible alternative colours to 06 C 37 - leather brown / brownstone from the BS 4800/5252 colour range

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  • = Noticeably different
  • = Different
  • = Slightly Different
  • = Close but distinguishable
  • = Distinguishable to the practiced eye
  • = Virtually indistinguishable
Reference Range Description Charts

Reference:

06 C 37

Range:

BS 4800/5252

Description:

Leather brown / Brownstone  

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L*ab values
Reference
06 C 37

Reference

470 U

Range:

Pantone U 
 

Reference

SW 0007

Range:

Sherwin-Williams 

Description

Decorous amber 

Reference

SW 7702

Range:

Sherwin-Williams 

Description

Spiced cider 

Reference

7566 U

Range:

Pantone U 
 

Reference

TSD 4-4-3

Range:

DIN 6164 
 

Reference

724 U

Range:

Pantone U 
 

Reference

S 4030-Y50R
 

Reference

7573 U

Range:

Pantone U 
 

Reference

RAL 050 50 30

Description

Golden brown 

Reference

30252

Description

Rust red 
Flat: max 6

Reference

FB 48

Range:

Farrow and Ball 

Description

Fox red 

Reference

30252

Description

Rust red 

Reference

TSD 4-3-3

Range:

DIN 6164 
 
= noticeably different
= different
= slightly different
= close but distinguishable
= distinguishable to the practiced eye
+ = virtually indistinguishable

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