This page is an attempt to trouble shoot what’s wrong with the other table. The other table looks fine on my computer, but not so good on ipad or ipod.

CODE Colour
Dharma’s name PROchem’s name G&S Dye’s name George
Dye’s name
Aljo Mfg. Co.’s name Jacquard Products Patchwork
  yellow MX-8G yellow 86 #1 lemon yellow #108 sun yellow 208 bright yellow yellow MX-8G Yellow MX8G #3 lemon yellow 004 lemon yellow Zitronengelb pure; good yellow primary for mixing colors
  yellow MX-6G yellow 1 pure; sold as Ostazinová zlut S-6G
  yellow MX-4G yellow 22 #114 lemon yellow 214 yellow M01 lemon yellow yellow MX-4G Yellow MX4G #10 pure yellow pure
  yellow MX-GR yellow 7 #3 golden yellow #112 tangerine yellow yellow MX-GR being replaced by mixtures?
  yellow MX-RA yellow 44 Yellow MXRA pure
  yellow MX-3R orange 86 #4 deep yellow M02 golden yellow Yellow MX3R Gelborange pure; same dye molecule as yellow MX-3RA
  yellow MX-3RA orange 86 #104 golden yellow 204 golden yellow yellow MX-3RA 010 bright golden yellow pure; denser than 3R
  orange MX-G orange 1 orange MX-G pure, clear orange
  orange MX-2R orange 4 #6 deep orange #202 strong orange 302 orange M04 brilliant orange yellow MX-2R Orange MX2R #1 orange 020 brilliant orange Orange pure, slightly reddish orange; great for mixing with magenta for a true red
  brown MX-GRN brown 23 (#515 burnt orange) (615 brown) (M03 rust orange) (016 rust orange) (Terrakottabraun) apparently replaced by mixtures. dull brownish orange good for mixing dark shades
  brown MX-5BR brown 10 Brown MX5BR (formerly brown rose) pure from Kraftkolour; elsewhere mixture often substituted
  red MX-G red 5 M05 orange scarlet reactive red #5 (mix) pure; not worth the expense; mixes often carry the same MX code
  rubine MX-B red 6 cerise pure; sold by Grateful Dyes as their #14 Cherry or inquire at Aljo Mfg.
  red MX-5B red 2 #12 light red #305 mixing red 405 hot pink M07 brilliant pink red MX-5B Red MX5B 034 magenta Magenta pure; good magenta for use as primary color
  red MX-8B red 11 #13 fuchsia red #308 fuchsia 408 fuchsia M08 vibrant magenta red MX-8B Red MX8B #4 rose red 040 fuchsia Pinkrot pure; good magenta for use as primary color
reactive violet #13 boysenberry or violet MX-BR Magenta MXB pure; ProChem’s C.I. identity is only my best guess so far
reactive violet #14 #117 grape grape 801 or violet MX-GN 415 Raspberry violet 14 or
violet MX-G
Violet MXRA 231 violet pure; note that the name violet MX-G is incorrect though widely used!
  blue MX-7RX blue #161 cobalt blue (no code) no more Blauviolett pure; lovely but not lightfast. In the US, inquire at Aljo Mfg.
  blue MX-R blue 4 #26 sky blue #400 basic blue 500 royal blue M22 royal blue blue MX-R Blue MXR #12 ultra-blue 072 medium blue pure, slightly reddish, somewhat dull blue
  blue MX-2R blue 84 Deep Blue MX2R formazan chromophore
(I haven’t seen this one yet)
blue #204 (formerly FGF Sabracron Intense Blue) Blue MXGRA #1997 bright blue 232 bright blue not Procion MX! Cibacron F
(no longer in production?)
  blue MX-G blue 163 cerulean blue #406 intense blue 506 Cerulean Blue M50 cerulean blue blue MX-G Blue MXG #27 peacock blue 070 cerulean blue Primärblau pure, good mixing primary, slightly greenish blue
  navy MX-3R blue 9 blue #9 (green shade) or navy MX-G Navy MX3R pure, slightly greenish dark navy
  blue MX-2G blue 109 #22 cobalt blue #402c mixing blue 502 slate blue M21 indigo navy Blue MX2G #6986 navy 076 cobalt blue 150% pure, greenish dark navy; greener than cobalt blue glass
blue #168 #414 deep navy Blue MX4GD Aljo carries it Dunkelblau (kalt) pure, greenish navy
  blue MX-3G blue 1 turquoise #2 pure; hard to find
  turquoise MX-G blue 140 #25 turquoise #410 turquoise 510 turquoise M20 brilliant turquoise turquoise MX-G Turquoise MXG #20 brilliant turquoise 068 turquoise Türkisblau pure; the best equivalent to cyan as a primary

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