I might be the one that's wrong, of course, but I'm really surprised that designers still specify Pantone colours - because I can't remember the last time that I designed anything for print that wasn't printed in 4-colour process. And Pantones aren't the best way of selecting a colour palette for CMYK printing (though some designers still do, of course).
But for many years my Pantone Color Specifier was a constant companion. It's the one with the perforated sheets of tear-out 'chips' (for attaching to artwork or visuals to illustrate the exact colour choice). My post on Friday has reminded me of this old friend - because it's a real time capsule of the colours that I've used or specified over the years. And so I'd thought I'd share them with you, one sheet at a time - in much the same way that Daniel Eatock might.