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Example of Copenhagen Blue Steve Bush
Copenhagen Blue was a non-metallic dark blue with a helping of gray-green mixed in. Although a very pretty color, it couldn't stem the 80s tide of Guards Red, it's one of the least common 944 colors. It's named of course for the capital of Denmark.
How Rare is Copenhagen Blue?
We judge rarity of Copenhagen Blue on a one to five scale, (in the purely subjective opinions of our editors).
Five paint cans indicate the rarest of the rare, the unicorn colors. One paint can is reserved for the most common colors. 2-4 are somewhere in between.