Antique Brass 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CD9575
The hexadecimal RGB code of Antique Brass color is #CD9575. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CD red (205/256), a 95 green (149/256) and a 75 blue component (117/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(205,149,117). Closest WebSafe color: Camel (#CC9966)
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names of the colors are listed below: Aged Copper Aztec Gold Bluetonium Brass Bronze Cadmium Red Cast Iron Cobalt Blue Copper Gold Kryptonite Rust Silver
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are very rarely driven. The Veteran car era, Brass car era, and the Vintage car era, are part of the Antique car classification as all automobiles produced
69% 55% 72% 86% Antique brass #CD9575 80% 58% 46% 22° 47% 63% 43% 80% Antique bronze #665D1E 40% 36% 12% 53° 55% 26% 71% 40% Antique fuchsia #915C83 57%
into a poetry slam against Halsey, with the winner being awarded an antique brass key to the city. The poetry slam is interrupted when a Gator Man Monster
Radeon HD 4225 graphics controller. These are available in onyx black, antique brass, or mesh black shells depending on model. Also released was a version
in black; 5 antique brass incense burners; 5 pairs of antique brass flower vases picked in gold on lacquer, with gold stands; 5 yellow brass lamps picked
existing arches and balustrades to evoke the film “Casablanca.” Intricate antique brass floor and table lamps with metal shades strung with beads give off dramatic
The Brass Era is an American term for the early period of automotive manufacturing, named for the prominent brass fittings used during this time for such
Amber Amber (SAE/ECE) Amethyst Android green Antique brass Antique bronze Antique fuchsia Antique ruby Antique white Ao (English) Apple green Apricot Aqua
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