Cadmium Red Dark [D249]

Cadmium Red Dark [D249]


0.50 lbs
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Size (series 8)

Product Description

Color Index Name & Number: PR108-77202 Cadmium Sulfoselenide
Vehicle: Alkali refined linseed oil
ASTM Rated Lightfastness I, OPAQUE

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