Australia 2002 Queen's Golden Jubilee
- Issue Date: 6 February 2002
- Designed by: Jonathan Chong
- Printed by: SNP Ausprint
- Print Process: Lithography
- Perforations: 14¾ x 14
- Stamp Size: 26 mm x 37.5 mm
- Format: sheets of 50 (two panes of 25 separated by gutter)
Throughout her reign, Queen Elizabeth’s priorities have been loyalty and service to her people. By adapting and modernising the monarchy, while maintaining its tradition and symbols, the Queen has been a true and constant reference point for millions of people throughout Britain and the Commonwealth.
The design treatment and images reflect the Queen’s dedication to service. Beautifully designed by Jonathan Chong, the two stamps use historic and contemporary images to encompass the Queen’s reign.
45c Queen Elizabeth II Stamp
The 45c stamp features a photograph taken of the Queen in the early years of her reign.
$2.45 Queen Elizabeth II Stamp
- Miniature sheet size: 106 mm x 70 mm
The images used on the miniature sheet show the Queen undertaking her public duties, including images from Royal visits to Australia (1954 and 2000), the Royal wedding (1947) and golden wedding anniversary (1997) and at a Royal garden party (1954). The central image at the bottom of the miniature sheet is one of the Dorothy Wilding portraits sent to Australia Post for use in designing stamps after the Queen’s Coronation.
First Day Covers
The first day of issue postmark was Elizabeth SA 5112.