This shows how the drawing 33/23D for the Admirable class minesweepers dated May 5, 1944 might have been reversed to illustrate the starboard pattern on the portside and the port pattern on the starboard side. The vertical colors specified were white (6-U) and Thayer Blue (5-B) which were Measure 16 colors.
Measure 33 colors were usually ocean gray (5-O) and light gray (5-L) or navy blue (5-N) and pale gray (5-P).
Ships may have used this drawing with Measure 32 colors: light gray (5-L) and dull black (BK).
Design 23D was derived from a Measure 16 pattern dated June 1942. The design drawing for Buckley class destroyer escorts was dated March 8, 1944. On May 18, 1944, the Design 23D drawing was reissued for the destroyer Cassin, rebuilt after Pearl Harbor, but both starboard and port bow patterns had been extensively modified even though the design number remained the same; there is no evidence whether Cassin used this modified design.
Original drawing source: NARA 80-G-173256 and 80-G-173257.