These Banknotes Show The Progression Of Queen Elizabeth II Going From A Child To An Elderly Lady

Queen Elizabeth II is a highly respected and admired lady by people all around the world. She became the longest reigning British monarch on the 9th September 2015 when she surpassed her great, great grandmother Victoria. Queen Elizabeth II is also the longest reigning female monarch in world history! What a lady! Currently at the age of 96, it’s sometimes hard to remember what the Queen looked like many years ago. Well, here we have an interesting age progression of the incredible monarch shown on various bank notes. Take a look!

Age 8 – Canada $20 (1935)

Age 25 – Canada $1 (1967)

Age 26 – Jamaica 1 Pound (1960)

Age 29 – Mauritius 5 Rupees

Age 34 – Cayman Islands $100 (1974)

Age 38 – Australia $1 (1966)

Age 40 – St. Helena 5 Pounds

Age 51 – Isle of Man 50 Pounds

Age 52 – Jersey 20 Pounds (1989)

Age 58 – Australia $5 (1995)

Age 60 – New Zealand $20

Age 66 – Gibraltar 50 Pounds (1995)

Age 73 – Fiji $5 (2007)

Age 78 – Jersey 100 Pounds (2012)

Age 85 – Canada $20 (2012)