Thank you both. I will definitely be playing with the sealer washcoat tint and work with some of the dewaxed shellac to see if I can get it closer.
I do use Minwax stains and Sherwin Williams paint. I have done some mixes before to try to match the stain on a minor remodel.
I was able to eliminate the blotchy and grain reversal by using Miniwax Pre-Stain and Wood Conditioner, and my exact match is a Minwax stain, when used on Ponderosa Pine.
I just can't get Ponderosa Pine in an H Wedge Trim here for my large remodel addition. I can't even find someone here who has it available to them. I need about 500' of trim.
Beyond the trim I have to send out the baltic birch plywood out to get it grooved to match the groove pattern on existing wainscoted walls, also stained in this manner. With the door trim, baseboard, cap mold, and 1/3 sheet plywood elements, I will have a good bit of matching to do.
I am matching the wainscoted walls to an entryway existing hallway where several areas including the remodeled area converge.
This area of work is not one I do not frequently do at all and 40-50 year old material that is no longer available locally does not simplify it.
Just finding the right trim profile has been a challenge and I am not set up to make it myself even if I had the pond pine.
If anyone else has additional thoughts, they are more than welcome to weigh in.