Brunswick Green 🎨 RGB Color Code: #1B4D3E
The hexadecimal RGB code of Brunswick Green color is #1B4D3E. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 1B red (27/256), a 4D green (77/256) and a 3E blue component (62/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(27,77,62). Closest WebSafe color: Hunter green (#336633)
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green as a synonym for Brunswick green was in 1923. Deep Brunswick green is commonly recognized as part of the British racing green spectrum, the national
Varieties of the color green may differ in hue, chroma (also called saturation or intensity) or lightness (or value, tone, or brightness), or in two or
racing green, or BRG, is a colour similar to Brunswick green, hunter green, forest green or moss green (RAL 6005). It takes its name from the green international
The Green Party of New Brunswick (French: Parti vert du Nouveau-Brunswick) was formed in November 2008 to run in provincial elections. It is a registered
Brunswick Black, an old name for Japan black Brunswick Green, a dark shade Brunswick Manifesto, issued during the French Revolutionary Wars Brunswick
certificate, Tornado would also come to wear BR blue, BR Brunswick green (pre-1957) and Brunswick green post-1957. Although the name Tornado was chosen and
and had it re-painted in his choice of colours: post office red and Brunswick green. He took over the collection of basic slag (a waste product of steelworks
with yellow buffer beams and further locomotives D1002-D1004 in all-over green with small yellow warning panels. Remaining deliveries carried the all-over
sugar #AF6E4D 69% 43% 30% 20° 39% 49% 56% 69% Brunswick green #1B4D3E 11% 30% 24% 162° 48% 20% 65% 30% Bud green #7BB661 48% 71% 38% 102° 37% 55% 47% 71% Buff
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