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Robert Elderton: wildlife designs

Started by <k>, March 08, 2018, 07:37:18 PM

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Trinidad, 10 dollars, 1994.  Piping guan.
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Belize, 10 dollars, 1992.   Jabiru stork.   10th anniversary of the Central Bank of Belize.
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Belize, 250 dollars, 1992.   Jabiru stork.   10th anniversary of the Central Bank of Belize.
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Bermuda, $1, 1986.  Green sea turtle
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1990.  Tree frog.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1990.   Cicadas.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1991.  Yellow-crowned night heron.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1991.  Spiny lobster.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1992.  Eastern bluebird.  Sialia sialis.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1992.  Cedar tree.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1993.  Humpback whale.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1993.  White-tailed tropic birds.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1994.  Long-snouted seahorse.
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Bermuda, 2 dollars, 1994.  Lightbourn's fusinus (seashell).
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In 1997 São Tomé and Príncipe issued a new set of designs. These were adapted by Mr Elderton from artwork provided by a local artist.






100  dobras.   Pigeon on sugar cane stalk, with the Pico de Príncipe mountain in the background.
250  dobras.   Peregrine falcon on a mango tree.
500   dobras.  Mona monkey on a sugar cane stalk, with the Pico de São Tomé mountain in the background.
1000 dobras.  Etlingera elatior, also known as torch ginger, red ginger lily, torch lily, Philippine wax flower, and porcelain rose.
2000 dobras.  Fruit of the land.
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