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As part of the celebration of her Diamond Jubilee, Queen Victoria drove through London on 22 June 1897 with the purpose of seeing her people and receiving their congratulations. In this depiction of the scene Queen Victoria can be seen in an open State la
Royal Jubilees

Milestone years have been celebrated in long reigns since George III


Slate plaque with an Aboriginal hunting scene


RCIN 92172

This slate plaque, in the stylised shape of the continent of Australia, depicts a hunting scene. It was presented to Queen Elizabeth II by Albert Barunga and his wife (c. 1910-1977) on the occasion of her Silver Jubilee in 1977. A Presbyterian minister and community leader from Western Australia, in the late 1960s Barunga became a firm supporter of Indigenous rights throughout Australia, and campaigned for the preservation of sacred sites in the country. He was also a keen advocate of Indigenous arts and crafts and supported organisations which sought to protect and encourage traditional art forms in Western Australia.

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