Royal Navy Colour Listing and match

Royal Navy Colour Listing and match

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Royal Navy Colour Listing and match

Postby snapdragon » Sun Oct 16, 2011 2:51 pm

Royal Navy Colour Listing.

I have finished my note and match collating and here it is for you. For our Hood build most of these colours are not needed, but for ship builders around here then this is a must to make the models look right.

Official Colour

507A - (Home Fleet Dark Grey) 70816

507B - (Home Fleet Medium Grey) 70900

507C - (1920 standard pre-war light grey) 70990 + 70919 Mix 1:3 - 100% match when mixed

B5 (1941) 70903

B6 (1941) 70901 + 70919 Mix 1:2 - 100% match when mixed

PB10 (1940) 70965

Western Approaches Blue 70973

Western Approaches Green 70974

Alternate Western Approaches Blue 70901

Pink (1941) 70803 + 70820 Mix 1:1 - 100% match when mixed

Mountbatten Pink, Light (1940) 70903 + 70926 Mix 1:1 - The other Vallejo 'reds' do not work. You must use 70926

Mountbatten Pink, Dark (1940) 70900 + 70926 Mix 1:1 - The other Vallejo 'reds' do not work. You must use 70926

MS1 (1941) 70898

MS2 (1941) 70992

MS3 (1941) PA 323

MS4 (1941) 70987 + 70919 Mix 1:1 - 100% match when mixed

MS4a (1941) 70986

Dark Brown 70872 + 70984Mix 1:1 - 100% match when mixed

Light Green 70895 + 70919 Mix 1:1 - 100% match when mixed

Berwick Blue 70966

Dark Blue 70840

Semtex (early war) 70918

Semtex (late war) 70968

Stone 70874

Corticene PA301 + 70875 Mix 1:1 - 100% match when mixed. 70818 is also close

G5 (1942) 70862

G10 (1942) 70867

G20 (1942) 70886

G45 (1942) 70986

B15 70964

B20 (1942) 70904

B30 (1942) 70885

B55 (1942)PA345 70985 also very close

G45 Neutral Tone (1943) 70987

G55 (1943) PA345 - 70986 is a very close alternative

B40 (1943) 70973

Submarine Storm, Light 70971

Submarine Storm, Dark 70967

B55 (1943) 70986

B30 (1943) 70972 + 70885 Mix 2:1 - 100% match when mixed

B20 (1943) 70943

Admiralty anti-fouling red lead 70985

All colours belong to the Vallejo Model Colour range apart from PA colours which are Vallejo Panzer Aces Range.

I wish that I could create a proper grid and make it easy for you all to read. If you wish a MS word Document is avaiilable and I can email it to you. Just PM me

James
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Re: Royal Navy Colour Listing and match

Postby maximus2012 » Wed Jul 25, 2012 2:05 pm

Thanks for the info, I was using paints from white ensign on my last model. If you got the proper code for all the Royal navy colours and the year you want to choose the colours you can actually have them mixed at halfords and the put in to airosols. Expensive but good if you have to spray larger bits like the hull. I had some done 2 years ago and it was 12 pound or so for a aerosol.
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