Here's a look under a decent amount of sunlight, but not in direct sun:
How about a little farther away?
It looks like a medium-dark green with some blue tones.
What about in the shade?
When you want to match vintage bicycle paint at a paint shop, or when you want to mix your own paint, always work from a representative part of the bike. Look for a part of the bike that is closest to the majority of your project's color. Avoid working from just a picture of a bike, and avoid working from the more faded areas. Only work from a like-new area if you're re-painting the entire bike. It's better to match your faded original paint for touch-up than it is to throw like-new paint into the chips and have it not match.
And if you really are in doubt, get a black bike...