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Suggested paint match: The following are matches for the Admiralty Dark Grey in use during most of the inter-war and early war years (exact or very close directly from the bottle).
This list is alphabetically sorted and contains both enamels and acrylics.
Third, sometimes painting was done in sections or as patch-up work. She IS famous but that doesn't mean that everything about her was recorded or remembered! As a result, it is nearly impossible, even for us, to correctly identify the exact colour of every object on the ship.
Her colour depended on her assignments, locations, etc.
Sources: The following information is based on the research of many people, most notably that of Mr Dave Weldon of the H. Bruce Taylor and the wreck exploration of David Mearns.
We are also deeply indebted to the colour/camouflage works of Alan Raven, the research of Dr.
Dave is a true expert on the subject, having spent most of his life researching the ship.
Lastly, a special thanks to the veterans for their recollections as well as the owners of well-known and private photo and film collections, both monochrome and colour, for the contributions their holdings were able to impart.
Even colour footage is not always reliable (as this example image clearly illustrates). Old colour footage also had/has its share of issues.