Not sure how RGB, CMYK and Pantone Color palette Spot Colors work yet? You wish to use the
Basically when filled in the Pantone
The first thing is the monitors how they display
There has been trouble many years with the Pantone
And the print values in CMYK (CMYK 4, 81, 70, 1 – Where C-Cyan, M-Magenta, Y-Yellow, K-Black).
If you need the colors printed from Illustrator exactly as appeared on Pantone swatches printed samples, you need to print your artwork in Pantone colors. Not RGB or CMYK.
Colors that were prepared in color spaces like RGB or for print into CMYK, will always look slightly different from original Pantone color. This is because of the color mixing and mostly of the white color that paper represents.
If you in need
Than you need to set your artwork with these colors, that needs to stay PANTONE Spot color. (See the blue line where you need to change it in Swatch Options from Process Color to Spot Color)
As you can see, there is now a dot/spot in the bottom right corner in your colors in Swatches:
So when printed into Adobe Postscript file, you will see this in the dialog below.
Simpledits in © PANTONE 19-1862 Jester Red.
.com in © PANTONE 17-1564 Fiesta in Document Ink Option as the last two
Do you see them in Document Ink with printers on left? These are Pantone
If you wish to see and check this Illustrator file, let me know so I can send you the Illustrator file for you the difference between CMYK and Pantone