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Robert Elderton: designs showing sport

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Barbados, $20, 1999.  The famous Barbados cricket belt buckle
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Dated to around 1780, it is the oldest known cricketing artefact outside of the British Isles.
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East Caribbean States, $10, 1997.  The Inaugural Cricket Rest Match of 1997.

Robert Elderton modelled the coat of arms of St. Vincent, one of the Windward Islands.
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Suriname, 500 guilders, 1988.  Olympic Games, Seoul.

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Suriname, 50 Guilders, 1988.  Olympic Games, Seoul.

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Botswana, 5 pula, 1988.  Olympic Games.

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Jamaica, $25, 2000.  Hurdling.  Olympic Games, Australia.

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Jamaica, $25, 2002.  9th IAAF World Junior Championships, Kingston, Jamaica.




IAAF stands for International Amateur Athletics Association.
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Belize, 10 dollars, 1996.   Softball. Olympic Games.
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Jamaica, $100, 1998.  Football: World Championship, France, 1998.
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Jamaica, $25, 1998.  Football: World Championship, France, 1998.
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Tonga, 2 pa'anga, 1986.  Commonwealth Games.
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Moldova, 100 lei, 1996.  Atlanta Olympics.
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Cayman Islands, 5 dollars, 1988.  Olympic Games, 1988.
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Estonia, 10 krooni, 1992.  Olympic Games.
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