What Crayola colors discontinued in 1990?
Green blue, orange red, orange yellow, violet blue, maize, lemon yellow, blue gray and raw umber were retired in 1990.
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There are 133 standard Crayola crayons according to HEX and RGB codes. There are also at least 12 Specialty color sets by Crayola. Silver Swirls, Magic Scents ,Gem Tones, Chan…geables, Color Mix-up, Pearl Brite, Crayons with Glitter, Metallic FX, Silly Scents, Heads 'n Tails, True to Life, and Extreme Twistables. 133 Standard 24 Silver Swirls 16 Magic Scents(13 were retired due to food related scents) 16 Gem Tones 7 Changeables (6 colors, 1 color changer crayon) 16 Color Mix-up 16 Pearl Brite 16 Crayons with Glitter 16 Metallic FX 16 Silly Scents 16 Heads 'n Tails 8 True to Life 8 Extreme Twistables. 308 total (including color changing crayon and retired colors) 294 total (excluding color changing crayon and retired colors)
It's really not possible to get a definitive answer on this because the history behind the earliest crayons isn't documented very well. The most likely answer is black because… industry marking crayons were around before school or artistic crayons.
Over Crayola's 100+ year history, they have made 330 true colors. These are the colors you see when you use a crayon. Over their history, they have used over 746 different nam…es for the colors of their crayons. Many of these are just renames of the same color and are used for promotions and different marketing efforts. Their current largest assortment is the crayon tower containing 150 different "colors" if you count specialty colors like the Glitter set. They have offered up to 200 different colors in a single assortment package over the years. Crayola has 321 different kinds of crayons, including the speciality crayons like the glitter, metallic and changeable colors.and also theirs another persion who has a answer Hi my name is Wesley Huddleston I think their are 150 witch is the crayon tower.
Mahogany. Fuzzy Wuzzy Brown. Chestnut. Red Orange. Sunset Orange. Bittersweet. Melon. Outrageous Orange. Vivid Tangerine. Burnt Sienna. Brown. Sepia. Orange. Burn…t Orange. Copper. Mango Tango. Atomic Tangerine. Beaver. Antique Brass. Desert Sand. Raw Sienna. Tumbleweed. Tan. Peach. Macaroni and Cheese. Apricot. Neon Carrot. Almond. Yellow Orange. Gold. Shadow. Banana Mania. Sunglow. Goldenrod. Dandelion. Yellow. Green Yellow. Spring Green. Olive Green. Laser Lemon. Unmellow Yellow. Canary. Yellow Green. Inch Worm. Asparagus. Granny Smith Apple. Electric Lime. Screamin Green. Fern. Forest Green. Sea Green. Green. Mountain Meadow. Shamrock. Jungle Green. Caribbean Green. Tropical Rain Forest. Pine Green. Robin Egg Blue. Aquamarine. Turquoise Blue. Sky Blue. Outer Space. Blue Green. Pacific Blue. Cerulean. Cornflower. Midnight Blue. Navy Blue. Denim. Blue. Periwinkle. Cadet Blue. Indigo. Wild Blue Yonder. Manatee. Blue Bell. Blue Violet. Purple Heart. Royal Purple. Purple Mountains' Majesty. Violet (Purple). Wisteria. Vivid Violet. Fuchsia. Shocking Pink. Pink Flamingo. Plum. Hot Magenta. Purple Pizzazz. Razzle Dazzle Rose. Orchid. Red Violet. Eggplant. Cerise. Wild Strawberry. Magenta. Lavender. Cotton Candy. Violet Red. Carnation Pink. Razzmatazz. Piggy Pink. Jazzberry Jam. Blush. Tickle Me Pink. Pink Sherbet. Maroon. Red. Radical Red. Mauvelous. Wild Watermelon. Scarlet. Salmon. Brick Red. White. Timberwolf. Silver. Gray. Black. red, red orange, scarlet, orange, yellow orange, yellow green, green yellow, spring green, robin's egg blue, blue, indigo, blue purple, plum, eggplant, salmon, carnation pink, magenta, cotton candy, black, grey, white, timberwolf, tumbleweed, brown, sepia, raw sienna, burnt sienna, tan, gold, silver, copper, antique brass, cerise, periwinkle, cadet blue, red violet, violet red, violet (purple), shadow gray, lemon, green For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, see the related links section below. The list of Crayola crayon colors will also show you what each color looks like. Crayola has a set of 120 core colors. The colors available at any one time vary. Please see the Related Links for a historical list.
i would type all the answers out but it would take a very very long time.... just see if it says on crayola.com
It hasn't happened yet. In the history of Crayola from 1903 up until current day, there are only 750 color names ever created for a Crayola crayon. Within those color names th…ough, only 330 were actual unique colors. The rest were simply renames of the same color for purposes of themed boxes, etc.
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The actual first color Binney & Smith produced (that was the name of the company before they changed it to Crayola) was BLACK. However, that wasn't a Crayola crayon. They firs…t produced a black industrial marking crayon under the brand name STAONAL which exists up to current day. A year later, in 1903, they came out with Crayola and offered up over 30 different crayon assortment boxes with everything from a 6-color box to a 30-color box. They used 38 different colors to fill their catalog of boxes originally.
They still do, but they started making them in 1987, long after the company launched their coloured crayons range.
First it was just the primary colors (red, blue and yellow) but they didnt sell any of those. The started off with 8 (black, brown, red, blue, yellow, orange and purple)
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The list of what-if Crayola crayon colors are: Amber (Same color as Yellow-Orange) Amethyst Apple green Ash gray Azure Beige Burgundy (same color as Maroon) Celadon Chartreuse… (same color as Yellow-Green) Crimson Cyan (same color as Aquamarine) Ecru Harlequin green Indigo (web color) (same color as Blue-Violet) Powder blue Ochre Saffron Sangria Slate gray Steel blue Taupe Tawny Verdigris Vermilion (same color as Red-Orange) Viridian etc.