The Queens Silver Jubilee Medal was distributed to each of the British Empire and Crown dependencies and possessions, and later Commonwealth of Nations countries. From that point, the award of the medals was at the discretion of the local government authority. Thus, for the Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Medal, which was created by a Royal Warrant from the Queen, 30,000 were distributed in Britain, 1,507 in New Zealand, 6,870 in Australia, and 30,000 in Canada.
Silver Jubilee Medal (1977)
The Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal 1977 is a die-struck, museum quality replica medal authorised by the Ministry of Defence and struck to the same exacting standards as the original medal.
This is a REPLICA of the Queen’s 1977 Silver Jubilee Medal and has the word 'COPY' discretely stamped above the dates on the reverse of the medal (illustrated) as is the requirement of the Medals Office.
This medal is supplied with loose ribbon as it would have originally have been awarded. If you would like this medal mounted on a bar (either on its own or group mounted with other medals purchased) please select from the options below (Full-size Commemorative & Official Medals CANNOT be group mounted together):
Please Note: This medal is not available with Medal Edge Engraving.