Information about a legend which can be found on coins or banknotes:
ELIZABETH II DEI GRA: BRITT: OMN: REGINA F: D:
|Legend||ELIZABETH II DEI GRA: BRITT: OMN: REGINA F: D:|
|Person||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Full text||ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA BRITANNIARUM OMNIUM REGINA FIDEI DEFENSATRIX|
(from Latin) Elizabeth the Second, by the grace of God, Queen of all the Britains, Defender of the Faith.
This legend was only used in 1953. After that, the BRITT OMN part ("of all the Britains") was removed to reflect the changing status of so many Commonwealth territories.
|United Kingdom||Half Sovereign 1953 (not released)||1953||unknown|
|United Kingdom||Sovereign 1953 (not released)||1953||unknown|
|United Kingdom||Five Pounds 1953 (not released)||1953||unknown|
|United Kingdom||Two Pounds 1953 (not released)||1953||unknown|
|United Kingdom||Threepence 1953 (Brass)||1953||30,658,000|
|United Kingdom||Fourpence 1953 (Maundy)||1953||1,078|
|United Kingdom||Threepence 1953 (Maundy)||1953||1,078|
|United Kingdom||Twopence 1953 (Maundy)||1953||1,025|
|United Kingdom||Penny 1953 (Maundy)||1953||1,050|