Palladium jubilee

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A palladium jubilee marks a 75th anniversary. The anniversary celebrations can be the 75th year of a monarch's reign or anything that has completed a 75-year mark.[1][2][3][4][5][6] It should be also noted that occasionally, a diamond jubilee can also refer to a 75th anniversary[7], but it is commonly used to refer to a 60th anniversary.[8][9]

List of palladium jubilees

Monarch Accession day Year of Jubilee
Bernard VII, Lord of Lippe 12 August 1429 1504
William IV, Princely count of Henneberg-Schleusingen 26 May 1480 1555
Christian Augustus, Count Palatine of Sulzbach 14 August 1632 1707
Heinrich XI, Prince Reuss of Greiz 17 March 1723 1798
Sobhuza II of Swaziland 10 December 1899 1974
Idris ibni Muhammad al-Qadri, Tunku Besar of Tampin 3 December 1929 2004

The next currently reigning monarch who will celebrate a palladium jubilee is Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth realms in February 2027.[10]


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