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Standard colours of British maritime planes during WW2
Contains the following colours (acrylic paints, water-based):
HTK-A140 – BS Extra Dark Sea Grey – Used for upper surfaces in Temperate Sea Scheme. From 1944 overall colour of upper surfaces of RAF CC aircraft
HTK-A202 – BS Dark Slate Grey – Used for upper surfaces in Temperate Sea Scheme of RAF CC (until mid-1941 only on flying boats) and RN FAA planes
HTK-A203 – Sky Grey – Early colour (used approximately until September 1940) of lower surfaces of Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm aircraft
HTK-A026 – Sky „Type S” – Commonly used (from mid/late-1940) for lower surfaces of RAF CC and RN FAA aircraft in Temperate Sea Scheme
HTK-A049 – Insignia White – Used from mid-1941 for lower surfaces of RAF CC „big birds”. From 1944 lower surfaces colour of all CC aircraft
HTK-A025 – Interior Grey-Green – Standard colour of cockpit interiors of RAF Coastal Command and RN Fleet Air Arm aircraft throughout the war
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