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I am looking for a Pantone Number for FLW's Cherokee Red. Any assistance will be appreciated. Thanks.
Paul Harding FAIA
Owner and Restoration Architect for FLW's 1901 E. Arthur Davenport House, the First Prairie School House in Chicago | www.harding.com
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They renamed it New England Red. Same color, though. I hope you can still use the paint now that they renamed it? It might interfere with
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Ouch! I hope Paul isn't seeing "red" after that jab.
I know the Frank Lloyd Wright Preservation Trust uses Pantone 173 for it's version of Cherokee Red in its logo and print collateral.
Hope that helps...oh yeah, no charge.