Last modified: 2009-09-12 by antónio martins
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Badge from 1957 to 1967 was a shield party per pall (divided into three
compartments by Y shaped lines) surmounted by a crest, all on a white circle.
The crest was three dolphins grouped vertically with their heads on a white/blue
torse, a golden coronet around their bodies and their tails in the air. The
upper left compartment, a sailor,supposed to be Columbus, standing on the deck
of a ship and looking through a telescope, represented St Kitts. Upper right
compartment, three ladies washing by a waterfall, represented Nevis. Lower
compartment, a fisherman with a canoe drawn up on a beach, represented
Anguilla. There is a small black and white drawing in
David Prothero, 20 Sep 2000
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