8 Count Crayola Poster Crayons: What's Inside the Box

Crayola Poster crayons were first made in the 2000's. How do these crayons work? They let kids color on dark paper and the color shows up! An opacifier or a reflecting filler is added to the crayon.  This opacifier helps the color show up on dark surfaces.  The patent is also the same patents listed on the construction paper crayons.

My kids love coloring on dark color papers, and love all the products that Crayola has to do this, from the Gel Markers, to these Crayola construction paper Crayons.  The marks from the crayons are also a lot more vivid on white paper also.  These are the large size crayons perfect for coloring lots of space.

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Collecting Information
Boxes: 8 Crayola Poster Crayons (2009), 8 Crayola Poster Crayons (2010)
Year: 2009, 2010
Other Boxes: these are the -201 and -202 boxes, there is a -200 box
What's inside the box: 
These crayons are not labeled, there are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white and brown
Purchase Information: unknown
Where to buy: Amazon, eBay or any place that sells Crayola products
Style Numbers: 52-3283
Code Numbers: 52-3283-0-201(2009), 52-3283-0-202(2010)
UPC: 071662032838 (2009), 071662032838 (2010)
Patents: US Patent 6136078 Marking composition and method for marking dark substrates, US Patent 6210471 Marking composition and method for marking dark substrates

2009 8 Poster Crayons 

2010 8 Poster Crayons 

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