The Portraits of Queen Elizabeth II
|Date of Original Image:||2004|
|Image creators:||The image is a collaboration between artist Chris Levine and holographer Rob Munday.|
|Engraver:||Stephen Matthews of De La Rue|
|To celebrate 800 years of Jersey’s heritage of continuous loyalty to the Crown in 2004, a portrait was commissioned by Jersey Heritage Trust to mark the event. The portrait, which was a creative collaboration between artist Chris Levine and holographer Rob Munday, is called 'Equanimity', meaning 'the quality of being calm and even-tempered'. This portrait is the first official holographic portrait of Her Majesty The Queen. The portrait of The Queen wearing the George IV Diamond Diadem has been adapted for use on the front of the £100 banknote and also appears on the note’s security stripe, the first time a hologram has been used by Jersey in this way.
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