Crayola Multicultural Colored Pencils and Markers: What's Inside the Box

Crayola introduced the Multicultural line in 1992.  On their website it says, "Crayola introduced Multicultural Crayons in response to feedback received from consumers and educators. The colors were chosen from our standard selection, and represent skin tones of the world. Black and white are included for blending other color."  Most of these are standard colors, but it is amazing that Crayola put the colors in a unique box.  There are also paints, crayons, model magic and markers in this series.

I bought the Ultra-Clean Washable markers at the Crayola store.  I had held of off on buying them because they were a little pricier than the other Ultra-Clean markers.  Crayola has been making the multicultural line for years.  I know have the crayons, colored pencils and markers.

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Collecting Information
Boxes: 8 Crayola Multicultural Colored Pencils, 8 Ultra-Clean Washable Multicultural Markers Color MAX
Year: 2012 (pencils), 2015 (Markers)
Other Boxes: The code number for the pencils is -206, there are probably at least 6 others out there.
What's inside the box: Colored Pencils: mahogany, red, black, dark brown, brown, light brown, harvest gold, peach, Markers: golden beige, tan, mahogany, bronze, terra cotta, sienna, beige, tawny
Purchase Information: unknown
Where to buy: Any place that sells Crayola, Amazon (Pencils), eBay (Pencils)eBay (Markers)Amazon (Markers)
Style Numbers: 68-4208 (Colored Pencils), 58-7801 (Markers)
Code Numbers: 68-4208-0-206 (Colored Pencils), 58-7801-0-212 (Markers)
UPC Numbers: 071662002510 (Colored Pencils), 071662001209 (Markers)
Patent: 5968281 (Markers)

2012 Multicultural Colored Pencils

2015 Multicultural Markers

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