Robert Elderton: designs featuring ships

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Pitcairn Islands, $50, 1990.  Establishment of Settlement.
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Pitcairn, $50, 1988. The HMS Bounty, and the drafting of Pitcairn's constitution.
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Cayman Islands, 5 dollars, 1989.  100 Years of the Postal Service.

Double-masted schooner, Georgetown Harbour.  A Jamaican penny stamp is depicted (top).
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Solomon Islands, $10, 1993.  Centenary of the Establishment of the British Protectorate.




Robert Elderton's design depicts  H.M.S. CuraƧao and H.M.S. Goldfinch and a cameo of Queen Victoria.
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Bermuda, $1, 2000.  The Tall Ships, Bermuda, 2000.  The yacht Kohinoor.
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East Caribbean States, 2000 cents, Year 2000.  A symbolic scene for the new Millennium, by Robert Elderton.
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Cayman Islands, 2 dollars, 1997.  Establishment of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority.

Double-masted schooners Arbutus I (1926) and Goldfield (1930).
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Jersey, 2 pounds, 1985.  HMS Beagle.  40th Anniversary of Liberation.
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Guernsey, 2 pounds, 1989.  The Royal Yacht Britannia.
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Cayman Islands, 5 dollars, 1991.  20th anniversary of the Cayman Islands Currency Board.
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Cayman Islands, $5, 1985.  The 250th Anniversary of the Royal Land Grant, issued by the Crown of the Islands.




The Letter of Patent granted by King George II was officially enrolled on March 9th 1735. It is the first known documented evidence of plans for permanent settlement of the Islands. This coin design includes a symbolic ship, so I have placed it in this topic.
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