Crayola Color Slicks

In 1998 Crayola introduced the Color Slicks line in US and Canada. The crayon formulation was different and would go on the paper smoother than a regular crayon. They were a lot like an oil pastel. These did not last long and were not made again. In 2004 Crayola introduced the Slick Stix line that is a twistable. These are still around today.

The back of the box says, "If you really love coloring, you're going to love Crayola Color Slicks. No more pressing down hard or coloring over and over to get those bright colors. Crayola Color Slicks glide on smoothly and create rich, vivid color for hours of coloring and drawing fun."

Color Information 
Boxes: Crayola Color Slicks Crayons 16 and 24 Count
What's inside the box: 
16 Count: violet, red violet, carnation pink, red, red orange, orange, yellow orange, yellow, yellow green, green, blue green, blue, blue violet, black, white, brown
24 Count: violet red, red violet, red, carnation pink, red orange, orange red, orange, yellow orange, peach, orange yellow, yellow, green yellow, yellow green, green, blue green, green blue, blue, blue violet, violet blue, violet, black, gray, white, brown
Purchase Information: fellow collector
Where to buy: eBay
Collecting Information
Boxes: Crayola Color Slicks Crayons 16 and 24 Count
Other Boxes: There is a box for Canada
Year: 1998
Style Numbers:  52-5716 (16 crayons), 52-5724 (24 crayons)
Code Numbers:  52-5716-0-200 (Crayons), 652-5724-0-200 (24 crayons)
UPC Numbers: 071662157166 (Crayons), 071662057244 (24 crayons)
Manufacturing Location:  Crayons-USA
Where to buy: Bay

1998 16 Color Slicks Crayons

1998 16 Color Slicks Crayons

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