Venetian Red 🎨 RGB Color Code: #C80815
The hexadecimal RGB code of Venetian Red color is #C80815. This code is composed of a hexadecimal C8 red (200/256), a 08 green (8/256) and a 15 blue component (21/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(200,8,21). Closest WebSafe color: Boston University Red (#CC0000)
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Venetian Red on Wikipedia
Venetian red is a light and warm (somewhat unsaturated) pigment that is a darker shade of red, derived from nearly pure ferric oxide (Fe2O3) of the hematite
Indian red is a pigment, a variety of ocher, which gets its color from ferric oxide, produced in India. Other shades of iron oxides include Venetian Red, English
The Penny Venetian Red was a British postage stamp equal to the value of one penny. Issued in 1880, it was designed and surface-printed by security printing
The Venetian Macao (Chinese: 澳門威尼斯人) is a luxury hotel and casino resort in Macau owned by the American Las Vegas Sands company. The Venetian is a 39-story
early form of the copperas process used for the manufacture of Venetian red and copperas red. The name caput mortuum was also sometimes used to refer to
and several colors were discontinued by 1910, including Light and Dark Venetian Red, Permanent Geranium Lake, Celestial Blue, Raw Sienna, and Charcoal Gray;
are listed below: Aged Copper Aztec Gold Bluetonium Brass Bronze Cadmium Red Cast Iron Cobalt Blue Copper Gold Kryptonite Rust Silver Steel Blue Tarnished
issue on 12 July 1881 until 1901. It superseded the short lived Penny Venetian Red because the Customs and Inland Revenue Act of 1881 necessitated new stamps
color Venetian lake, a red painter's pigment or shade or carmine (color) Venetian red, a painter's pigment Venetian rose, a shade of pink Venetian scarlet
The Venetian–Genoese Wars were a series of struggles between the Republic of Genoa and the Republic of Venice, at times allied with other powers, for dominance
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