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Flags of Elizabeth II

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Flags of Elizabeth II

Elizabeth II has and has had a variety of flags both for her use as the Sovereign of one of her independent realms, such as the Royal Standard of the United Kingdom or her Personal Canadian Flag, or for her personal use in the case of her Personal Flag.

By date
As In Use Details Flag
The Princess Elizabeth (from 1947 also Duchess of Edinburgh) 1944—1952 Banner of the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom, differenced with a label of three points argent, charged with a Cross of St George, a Tudor Rose, a Cross of St George.
Personal flag 1960 - The crowned letter 'E' in gold, surrounded by a garland of gold roses on a blue background
Queen of[1]
United Kingdom
(outside Scotland)
1952 - Banner of the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom undifferenced.
United Kingdom
(Scotland)
1952 - Banner of the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom in Scotland undifferenced.
Canada 1962 - Banner of the Royal Arms of Canada defaced with a crowned letter 'E' in gold, surrounded by a garland of gold roses on a blue background
Australia 1962 - Banner of the Royal Arms of Australia defaced with a crowned letter 'E' in gold, surrounded by a garland of gold roses on a blue background
New Zealand 1962 - Banner of the Royal Arms of New Zealand defaced with a crowned letter 'E' in gold, surrounded by a garland of gold roses on a blue background
Jamaica 1962 - Banner of the Royal Arms of Jamaica defaced with a crowned letter 'E' in gold, surrounded by a garland of gold roses on a blue background
Barbados 1966 - Banner of the Royal Arms of Barbados defaced with a crowned letter 'E' in gold, surrounded by a garland of gold roses on a blue background
Trinidad and Tobago 1966 - 1976
Malta 1967 - 1974
Mauritius 1968 - 1992

References

  1. ^ Date given is the date of assumption of the current flag in use for each country.
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