Pantone Colour
Matching Guide
We can use the Pantone (PMS) colour matching system to achieve your required colour choice for your lapel pin and medal projects.

Give us details that indicate your colour choices using the Pantone PMS numbers.

You can prevent monitor and printers display problems by confirming  your colour choice by consulting a Pantone   (PMS) colour guide if possible.
The Pantone system also allows for many special colours to be produced such as metallic and fluorescent colours.
While most of the Pantone system colours are beyond the printed CMYK spectrum, those that are possible to simulate through the CMYK process are labelled as such within the company's guides.
Pantone colours are described
by their allocated number (PMS).
The system expands upon existing colour reproduction systems such as the CMYK  process.

The CMYK process is a standardised method of printing colour by using four inks - cyan, magenta, yellow and black.

The majority of the world's printed material is produced using the CMYK process. The Pantone system is based on a specific mix of pigments to create new colours referred as spot colours.
For additional info on the Pantone (PMS) colour matching system, visit the Pantone site at:
Pantone Colour Guide Lapel Pins
Above a Pantone
Colour Guide Book