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010203010203010203010203010203123Rich Black (FOGRA39) 🎨 RGB Color Code: #010203

The hexadecimal RGB code of Rich Black (FOGRA39) color is #010203. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 01 red (1/256), a 02 green (2/256) and a 03 blue component (3/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(1,2,3). Closest WebSafe color: Black (#000000)
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Rich Black (FOGRA39) on Wikipedia

Rich black
black (or "400% black") produces very striking results in laser prints. Other printing standards also provide rich black guidelines, such as FOGRA39 for
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53% 21% 59% Rich black #004040 0% 25% 25% 180° 100% 13% 100% 25% Rich black (FOGRA29) #010B13 0% 4% 7% 207° 90% 4% 95% 8% Rich black (FOGRA39) #010203 0%
Lviv
Polski. Vol. II. Dzieje Polski Piastowskiej: VIII w. - 1370 (in Polish). FOGRA. p. 327. ISBN 83-85719-38-5. Barański, Marek Kazimierz (2006). Dynastia
History of Poland (1939–1945)
the World, vol. 11: Great Wars of the 20th century (1914–1945)]. Kraków: Fogra. ISBN 83-60657-00-9, p. 409 Zgórniak, Marian; Łaptos, Józef; Solarz, Jacek
Stone-Age Poland
polskich (do VII w.) (Oldest history of Polish lands (until the 7th century)), Fogra, Kraków 1998, ISBN 83-85719-34-2, p. 55-58 Kalendarium dziejów Polski (Chronology
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