Palatinate Purple 🎨 RGB Color Code: #682860
The hexadecimal RGB code of Palatinate Purple color is #682860. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 68 red (104/256), a 28 green (40/256) and a 60 blue component (96/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(104,40,96). Closest WebSafe color: Palatinate purple (#663366)
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Palatinate Purple on Wikipedia
Official purple defined in Durham University branding guidelines #68246D Palatinate or 'palatinate purple' is a purple colour associated with Durham University
faced with palatinate purple silk MB (Bachelor of Medicine) Gown: Black cord, trimmed with gimp Hood: Scarlet silk, lined with palatinate purple silk, and
violet), pansy pink, and pansy purple. The first recorded use of pansy purple as a color name in English was in 1814. Palatinate is a color (a pale shade of
sports teams, e.g. Blue at Oxford and Cambridge, Palatinate at Durham, Pink at Trinity College Dublin or Purple at London. These are similar to the varsity
in England and Ireland Palatinate (award), student sporting award of Durham University Palatinate (colour), a shade of purple used by the City of Durham
colours and fabrics were used for the hoods: BA black stuff edged palatinate purple, BS black stuff edged light blue silk, BLitt black stuff edged russet
Oxford blue Oxley OU Crimson red Pacific Blue Pakistan green Palatinate blue Palatinate purple Pale aqua Pale blue Pale brown Pale carmine Pale cerulean
45% 86% 79% Pakistan green #006600 0% 40% 0% 120° 100% 20% 100% 40% Palatinate purple #682860 41% 16% 38% 308° 44% 28% 62% 41% Pale aqua #BCD4E6 74% 83%
Fowler, Appendix VIII: "CONVOCATION HABIT: Scarlet cassimere, with palatinate purple buttons, to be worn under the gown at all Convocations." Burgon Transactions
'Palatinate' rather than a 'Blue' because palatinate (a shade of purple) is the historical colour of the university. A different colour, palatinate blue
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