10 Rarest Crayola Crayon Colors

"Blizzard Blue" was introduced in 1993 but retired in 2003, making it one of the rarest Crayola crayon colors.

"Magic Mint" was a light green color introduced in 1990 but discontinued in 2003.

"Mulberry" was a shade of purple introduced in 1958 but retired in 2003.

"Teal Blue" was a blue-green hue introduced in 1990 and discontinued in 2003.

"Lemon Yellow" was a vibrant yellow shade introduced in 1949 but retired in 1990.

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"Orange Red" was a vivid red-orange color introduced in 1949 but discontinued in 1990.

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"Green Blue" was a blend of green and blue introduced in 1957 but retired in 1990.

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"Violet Blue" was a unique shade of blue introduced in 1930 but discontinued in 1958.

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"Maize" was a pale yellow color introduced in 1949 but retired in 1958.

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"Mango Tango" was a vivid orange-red hue introduced in 2003 and discontinued in 2005, making it one of the newer rare colors.

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