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MASTERPIECES FROM BUCKINGHAM PALACE Desmond Shawe-Taylor and Isabella Manning
This book features 65 of the most celebrated paintings from the Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace, including works by Vermeer, Rembrandt, van Dyck, Rubens, Titian and Canaletto. Familiar as many of these masterpieces are, the authors ask us to look at them afresh, asking why they have achieved such renown, what is radical and innovative about them and how the artists achieve their effects – through the subjects they choose to paint, the symbolism of the objects and allusions to classical and Biblical narratives, the way the subject is framed, the choice of colour, the way the paint is applied and the impact that their carefully thought-out work has upon us as observers. Desmond Shawe-Taylor gives us the benefit of a lifetime’s experience as an art historian to help us analyse, understand and enjoy these and other works of art, while Isabella Manning explains the origins of the Picture Gallery and provides a history of the works collected by a succession of British monarchs from Charles I onward, leading to the formation of one of the world’s most important collections of Old Master paintings.
November 2020 Hardback 254 × 203 mm 160 pages 85 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 73 7 £24.95
Desmond Shawe-Taylor is Surveyor of The Queen’s Pictures and the author of numerous works for Royal Collection Trust, including Masters of the Everyday, The First Georgians: Art & Monarchy, Dutch Landscapes and The Conversation Piece. Isabella Manning is Assistant Curator of Paintings, Royal Collection Trust.
P R INCE PH I L I P Accompanies the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace and a special exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, in 2021
A C E L E B R AT I O N
PRINCE PHILIP A Celebration Deborah Clarke and Sally Goodsir
On the occasion of his 100th birthday, we celebrate the life and achievements of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. This highly illustrated souvenir guide depicts the major events in his life, from his boyhood in Corfu and his naval and wartime service, to his marriage to Her Majesty The Queen, his support for the sovereign on state visits and his patronage of more than 800 charities. Drawing on private archives as well as official records, the book considers the many sides to the UK’s longest serving Prince Consort, on a personal level as a son, husband and father, as a sportsman and artist, and his role as a champion of science and industry and a leader in environmental and conservation causes. With more than 150 images of His Royal Highness, this personal yet authoritative account offers a fresh look at a lifetime of achievements.
June 2021 Hardback 210 × 172 mm 146 pages 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 80 5 £14.95
Deborah Clarke was formerly Senior Curator, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Collection Trust. She is the author of Scottish Artists: From Caledonia to the Continent and the editor of the forthcoming history, The Palace of Holyroodhouse: ‘A house of many memories’. Sally Goodsir is Curator of Decorative Arts, Royal Collection Trust. She is the author of Royal Gifts and a contributing author to George IV: Art & Spectacle and Painting Paradise.
BUCKINGHAM PALACE: A ROYAL GARDEN
Hidden behind the high walls surrounding Buckingham Palace is one of London’s most beautiful gardens, the venue for a busy calendar of royal events, including the muchloved tradition of The Queen’s Garden Party. Award-winning photographer John Campbell has spent a year taking pictures of that garden for this richly illustrated book, revealing the changes that occur through the seasons, as massed bulbs give way to the roses of high summer and the turning leaves of autumn. The text, by gardening writer Claire Masset, follows a year in the life of the royal garden while exploring its increasingly diverse array of flora and fauna.
Enlivened by royal anecdote, the book reveals the tastes and keen horticultural interests of successive monarchs and the skills of the gardeners who have tended these London acres over the centuries, including insights and practical tips from current Head Gardener, Mark Lane. Spring 2021 Hardback 200 × 224 mm 120 pages 200 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 69 0 £14.95
Claire Masset is Publishing Manager, National Trust. She is the author of Cottage Gardens, Roses and Rose Gardens and Secret Gardens. Mark Lane is Head Gardener at Buckingham Palace. John Campbell is a photographer of gardens and natural landscapes.
THE MINIATURE LIBRARY OF QUEEN MARY’S DOLLS’ HOUSE
Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House is one of the most beautiful and famous dolls’ houses in the world. Running the full length of its ground floor is a spellbinding library filled with 300 miniature books and dozens of original paintings.
Elizabeth Clark Ashby
Lining the bookshelves of this miniature Edwardian library are specially produced works by some of the finest authors of the 1920s. From poetry by Thomas Hardy to stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, gardening books to atlases, miniature stamp albums to accurate train timetables, these works represent British aristocratic life and the best examples of art and literature of the time.
With a Foreword by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall
Forthcoming Hardback 210 × 172 mm 160 pages 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 57 7 £14.95
This book presents the fascinating history of the Dolls’ House Library, including correspondence between its architect, Sir Edwin Lutyens, and the authors he commissioned, a collection of selected works published for the first time since 1924 and lavish illustrations that capture the charming detail of this delightful little room.
Elizabeth Clark Ashby is Curator of Books and Manuscripts, Royal Collection Trust.
ST JAMES’S PALACE From Leper Hospital to Royal Court Simon Thurley, Rufus Bird and Michael Turner
In this first modern history of St James’s Palace, the authors shed new light on a remarkable building that, despite serving as the official residence of the British monarchy from 1698 to 1837, is by far the least known of the royal residences. The publication explores the role of the palace as home to the heir to the throne before 1714, its impact on the development of London and the West End during the late Stuart period and how, following the fire at the palace of Whitehall, St James’s became the principal seat of the British monarchy in 1698. The book goes on to follow the fortunes of the palace through the Victorian, Edwardian and Elizabethan periods up to the present day.
Forthcoming Hardback 300 × 245 mm 308 pages, including 3 gatefolds 300 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 59 1 £75.00
Simon Thurley is a historian of royal palaces and the Tudor and Stuart courts. His publications include Houses of Power: The Places that Shaped the Tudor World and The Building of England. Rufus Bird is Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art, Royal Collection Trust. He was co-editor of Charles II: Art & Power and a contributing author to The First Georgians: Art & Monarchy. Michael Turner is a former Inspector of Historic Buildings and Areas for Historic England. He was a contributing author to Windsor Castle: A Thousand Years of a Royal Palace.
THE PALACE OF HOLYROODHOUSE ‘A house of many memories’ Deborah Clarke, Richard Fawcett, Sally Goodsir and Ailsa Hutton
This first official history of the Palace of Holyroodhouse traces the history of the building from its origins as a twelfth-century abbey, founded by David I of Scotland, to its role today as Her Majesty The Queen’s official residence in Scotland. The early history of the site covers uncharted territory as well as shedding light on well-known stories such as the infamous court murder in the reign of Mary, Queen of Scots. James IV’s lost Renaissance palace is reimagined using newly commissioned archaeological plans, and reconstruction drawings of the palace at various stages in its development are used to illustrate the function and social history of the building and the surrounding landscape. The unlikely residence of Jacobites, a Russian princess and even a few lions, the palace later served as a family home to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and is now used by The Queen each summer to host garden parties and investitures.
Forthcoming Hardback 300 × 245 mm 272 pages. including 3 gatefolds 300 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 74 4 £45.00
Deborah Clarke was formerly Senior Curator, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Collection Trust. Richard Fawcett is Emeritus Professor, Art History, University of St Andrews. Sally Goodsir is Curator of Decorative Arts, Royal Collection Trust. Ailsa Hutton is Collections Assistant, Paisley Museum & Art Gallery.
Accompanies the major exhibition opening at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, in 2022
JAPAN Courts and Culture Edited by Rachel Peat With Forewords by HRH The Prince of Wales and HIH Princess Akiko of Mikasa
Published May 2020 Hardback 270 × 235 mm 320 pages 340 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 68 3 £49.95 Japanese rights sold
This publication tells the story of three centuries of British royal contact with Japan, from 1603 to 1937, when the exchange of exquisite works of arts was central to both diplomatic relations and cultural contact. Featuring new research on previously unpublished works, including porcelain, lacquer, armour, embroidery, metalwork and works on paper, this book showcases the unparalleled craftsmanship of these objects, and the local materials, techniques and traditions behind them. Stunning photography provides a visual record of a royal narrative never before documented in a publication.
‘This handsome doorstopper of a book has much to offer both those who know little of Japanese art and more specialist readers.’ Claire Pollard, The Burlington Magazine
Rachel Peat is Assistant Curator, Non-European Works of Art, Royal Collection Trust.
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EASTERN ENCOUNTERS Four Centuries of Paintings and Manuscripts from the Indian Subcontinent Emily Hannam
The Royal Library, Windsor Castle, is home to one of the most important collections of South Asian paintings and manuscripts in the world. This beautifully illustrated and meticulously researched book brings together highlights of these superb works. From dazzling Mughal poetic texts to modern masterpieces, these works span a geographical expanse from Kashmir to Kerala and a period of more than 400 years. This publication presents new scholarship exploring the history of how these works entered the Royal Collection, tracing the long-standing relationship between the British Crown and South Asia. Beautifully illustrated and meticulously researched, the book provides a fascinating insight into this rich and hitherto underexplored aspect of the Royal Collection.
Winner of Choice magazine’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2018
Hardback 280 × 220 mm 256 pages 200 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 45 4 £45.00
Emily Hannam is Assistant Curator, Islamic and South Asian Collections, Royal Collection Trust.
GEORGE IV Art & Spectacle Edited by Kate Heard and Kathryn Jones George IV was arguably the most magnificent of British monarchs. Visual display played an important role in his public image, an image that he worked hard to control. In so doing he formed an unrivalled collection of art, much of which remains in the Royal Collection. This monograph, published in 2020 to mark the 200th anniversary of George IV’s accession, examines the man behind the crown through the works he collected.
Hardback 290 × 230 mm 304 pages 300 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 60 7 £49.95
Kate Heard is Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings, Royal Collection Trust. Her previous publications include The First Georgians: Art & Monarchy and High Spirits: The Comic Art of Thomas Rowlandson. Kathryn Jones is Senior Curator of Decorative Arts, Royal Collection Trust. Her previous publications include The First Georgians: Art & Monarchy and European Silver in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen.
RUSSIA Art, Royalty and the Romanovs Edited by Caroline de Guitaut and Stephen Patterson This publication examines the relationship between Britain and Russia through the lens of art in the Royal Collection, interweaving the familial, political, diplomatic and artistic stories of the two countries and their royal families over more than 400 years.
‘A remarkable and beautiful book, which will never be surpassed’ John Massey Stewart, Journal of European Studies Hardback 270 × 235 mm 496 pages 400 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 55 3 £49.95 Russian rights sold
Caroline de Guitaut is Deputy Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art, Royal Collection Trust. Stephen Patterson is Head of Collections Information Management, Royal Collection Trust.
LEONARDO DA VINCI A Life in Drawing Martin Clayton Drawing was Leonardo da Vinci’s primary artistic activity. He used drawing to think, to explore the world around him and to develop his other artistic projects. His drawings are among the most diverse and technically accomplished in the history of Western art, and the Royal Collection holds by far the most important selection of these. This publication includes all 200 of the drawings that were displayed in 13 venues across the United Kingdom in 2019 during a series of special exhibitions held to mark the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s death. Hardback and Paperback 254 × 203 mm 256 pages 200 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 47 8 | 978 1 909741 66 9 £24.95 North American, Simplified Chinese, Dutch, German, Italian and Spanish rights sold
Martin Clayton is Head of Prints and Drawings, Royal Collection Trust. He has lectured and published extensively on the work of Leonardo da Vinci.
LEONARDO DA VINCI A Closer Look Alan Donnithorne Detailed study of Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings reveals much about his materials, his techniques and his innovative approach to drawing. This ground-breaking book uses specialist microscopic photography and infrared imaging to explore a substantial number of Leonardo’s most celebrated drawings in astonishing detail, bringing to light his first touches and under-drawings, many of which have not been seen for 500 years. Winner of the 2019 Leonardo da Vinci International Award
Hardback 290 × 275 mm 204 pages 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 46 1 £49.95
Alan Donnithorne is a former Head of Paper Conservation, Royal Collection Trust.
VICTORIA & ALBERT Our Lives in Watercolour Carly Collier The arts were an important shared enthusiasm of Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert, throughout their marriage. Of particular personal significance for the royal couple were the hundreds of watercolours they acquired, which formed a visual record of their public and private lives together. Accompanies the exhibition opening at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, in February 2021
Hardback 210 × 245 mm 192 pages 120 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 58 4 £24.95
In celebration of the bicentenary of the births of both Victoria and Albert, this book accompanies a touring exhibition of a selection of these watercolours, many of which have not before been published or exhibited publically.
Carly Collier is Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings, Royal Collection Trust.
CHARLES II Art & Power Edited by Rufus Bird and Olivia Fryman Examining the reigns of Charles II (1660–85) and James II (1685–8), this sumptuously illustrated book focuses on the art and culture of the Restoration court. From the development of an ‘English baroque’ to the use of court ritual and decorative art objects, the authors explore the themes of power and passion during the reigns of these Restoration monarchs.
‘An excellent catalogue to a remarkable exhibition’ Hatchards bookshop
Hardback 270 × 235 mm 496 pages 400 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 44 7 £49.95
Rufus Bird is Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art, Royal Collection Trust. Olivia Fryman is former Exhibition Assistant Curator, Royal Collection Trust.
WINDSOR CASTLE A Thousand Years of a Royal Palace Edited by Steven Brindle As England’s largest castle and premier royal residence, Windsor Castle is of outstanding importance: historically, architecturally, artistically and in the life of the nation This authoritative history of the castle, the first to be published in a hundred years, draws upon new research and primary sources to present a comprehensive account of Windsor Castle and its immediate environs from around ad 700 to the present day. Winner of the multi-authored book prize awarded by the Historians of British Art for 2020
Hardback 300 × 245 mm 560 pages 400 colour illustrations 6 large-scale plans, including 3 gatefolds ISBN 978 1 909741 24 9 £125.00
‘A breathtakingly ambitious book’ John Goodall, Country Life
Dr Steven Brindle is an architectural historian with English Heritage.
WINDSOR CASTLE An Illustrated History Pamela Hartshorne Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, has been a site of fundamental historical, cultural and architectural importance for nearly 1,000 years Beautifully illustrated with spectacular paintings, drawings and photographs from the Royal Collection, this new popular history of the castle reveals how this extraordinary building has developed over the centuries. Newly commissioned photography of the castle as it appears today is presented along with reconstructions of the castle at important moments in its history.
Paperback 280 × 230 mm 208 pages 200 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 64 5 £19.95
Pamela Hartshorne is a historian and author. She completed her PhD in Medieval Studies at the Universitiy of York in 2004 and has since written many books, both non-fiction and fiction.
A ROYAL CHRISTMAS Louise Cooling A Royal Christmas is the first Royal Collection publication to explore the fascinating Christmas traditions of royalty past and present. Drawing on previously unpublished objects and images from the Collection, this festive gift book offers new insights into the influence and charm of royal festivities from the reign of William the Conqueror to the present day. Louise Cooling, formerly a Curator of Paintings at Royal Collection Trust, is now Assistant Curator at Kenwood House, English Heritage.
Hardback 210 × 172 mm 144 pages 150 colour illustrations
ISBN 978 1 909741 56 0 £14.95 German rights sold
A ROYAL COOKBOOK Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace Mark Flanagan and Edward Griffiths The first ever cookbook from the royal kitchens re-creates a selection of the dishes prepared and served to guests of The Queen. With an emphasis on seasonal cooking, royal serving tips and fresh, local ingredients, the recipes cater for a variety of occasions, from a light summer lunch to a winter feast. Mark Flanagan is Royal Chef to Her Majesty The Queen. Edward Griffiths is a former Deputy Master of the Royal Household. Winner of the Gourmand World Cookbooks Awards, 2015
Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages 100 colour illustrations
ISBN 978 1 905686 78 0 £14.95 German rights sold
ROYAL TEAS Seasonal Recipes from Buckingham Palace Mark Flanagan and Kathryn Cuthbertson Chefs Mark Flanagan and Kathryn Cuthbertson share recipes from the royal kitchen for their favourite tea-time treats, from pastries, savouries and biscuits to show-stopping cakes, all with the royal touch. Mark Flanagan is Royal Chef to Her Majesty The Queen. Kathryn Cuthbertson is a former Royal Pastry Chef to Her Majesty The Queen. Winner of the Gourmand World Cookbooks Awards, 2018
Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages 70 colour illustrations
ISBN 978 1 909741 33 1 £14.95 German and Japanese rights sold
THE QUEEN’S DIAMONDS Hugh Roberts The first complete and authorised history of some of the finest diamond jewellery in the world, this book traces the magnificent royal inheritance of diamonds, from the time of Queen Adelaide in the 1830s to the present day. Hugh Roberts is a former Director of the Royal Collection.
‘This book is a work of art in its own right’ Geoffrey Munn, Country Life
Winner of the Motovun Group Association Award, Best Book of 2013
Hardback 315 × 250 mm 320 pages, including 2 gatefolds 300 colour illustrations
ISBN 978 1 905686 38 4 £95.00 German rights sold
DIAMONDS A Jubilee Celebration Caroline de Guitaut This accessible history explores the use of diamonds in works of art of all kinds, from personal and official jewellery and regalia to precious boxes and ceremonial swords. A beautifully illustrated publication providing an introduction to a magnificent royal inheritance. Caroline de Guitaut is Deputy Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art, Royal Collection Trust.
Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages
105 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 42 1 £14.95
THE QUEEN’S DOLLS’ HOUSE Lucinda Lambton This book takes the reader on an enchanting tour of Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, one of the largest and most famous dolls’ houses in the world. Created for Queen Mary in the early 1920s by the renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, it is a perfect replica of an aristocratic Edwardian residence. Lucinda Lambton is a well-known writer, photographer and broadcaster.
Hardback 200 × 200 mm 132 pages 180 colour illustrations
ISBN 978 1 905686 26 1 £14.95 German rights sold
EUROPEAN SILVER In the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen Kathryn Jones This is the first catalogue raisonné for more than a hundred years to cover in comprehensive detail the Royal Collection’s extensive holding of pretwentieth-century European silver. It discusses more than 350 objects from France, Germany, the Netherlands and Russia, with a smaller collection of pieces from Italy, Scandinavia, Portugal and the Austro-Hungarian empire. Kathryn Jones is Senior Curator of Decorative Arts, Royal Collection Trust.
Hardback 300 × 245 mm 512 pages
1,000 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 37 9 £125.00
CHINESE AND JAPANESE WORKS OF ART In the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen John Ayers This three-volume publication features more than 2,400 colour images illustrating the rich cross-section of porcelains, jades, lacquer and other works of art produced in China and Japan and now held in the Royal Collection. John Ayers is a specialist in Asian ceramics and former Keeper of the Far Eastern Department, Victoria and Albert Museum.
Hardback 3 volumes with slipcase 300 × 245 mm 1,168 pages
2,400 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 49 0 £275.00
ARMS & ARMOUR In the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen: European Armour A.V.B. Norman and Ian Eaves This volume provides the first catalogue of the Royal Collection’s European arms and armour for more than a hundred years. Highlights include the famous set of armour made for Henry VIII around 1540, and the exceptionally beautiful armour made for Henry, Prince of Wales, around 1608. The late A.V.B. Norman was Master of the Royal Armouries. Ian Eaves is former Keeper of Armour at the Royal Armouries,Tower of London.
Hardback 300 × 245 mm 544 pages
500 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 48 3 £95.00
DUTCH PICTURES In the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen Christopher White This book offers a completely updated and revised edition of the author’s 1982 catalogue of Dutch paintings in the Royal Collection, reproducing all the paintings in colour and fully integrating them within the text. Christopher White is a former Director of The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art in London and of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
Hardback 300 × 245 mm 576 pages
360 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 46 9 £95.00
VICTORIAN MINIATURES In the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen Vanessa Remington This fully illustrated catalogue is the first major study of portrait miniatures from the Victorian era in the Royal Collection and includes more than 1,100 miniatures dating from 1837 to 1901. Vanessa Remington is a former Senior Curator of Paintings, Royal Collection Trust.
Hardback 2 volumes with slipcase 300 × 245 mm 864 pages
1,200 colour illustrations Full scholarly apparatus ISBN 978 1 905686 23 0 £95.00
FRENCH PORCELAIN In the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen Geoffrey de Bellaigue The Royal Collection holds the finest assemblage of eighteenth-century Sèvres porcelain in the world. This lavishly illustrated three-volume catalogue presents some 2,000 objects along with an account of their acquisition. The late Geoffrey de Bellaigue was Surveyor Emeritus of The Queen’s Works of Art, Royal Collection Trust.
Apollo magazine Book of the Year 2010
Hardback 3 volumes with slipcase 325 × 245 mm 1,312 pages
2,400 colour and b/w illustrations 1,000 drawings of incised marks ISBN 978 1 905686 10 0 £195.00
LEONARDO DA VINCI Anatomist
PASTA FOR NIGHTINGALES
Hardback 254 × 200 mm 256 pages 120 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 03 4 Simplified Chinese, French, Polish, Russian and Spanish rights sold
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LEONARDO DA VINCI The Mechanics of Man
PAINTING PARADISE The Art of the Garden
Hardback 310 × 215 mm 160 pages 93 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 22 3 Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Polish rights sold
Hardback 290 × 275 mm 312 pages 300 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 08 9 Simplified Chinese and German rights sold
LEONARDO DA VINCI The Divine and the Grotesque
CANALETTO AND THE ART OF VENICE
Hardback 290 x 230 mm 192 pages 105 illustrations ISBN 1 902163 97 4
Hardback 290 × 235 mm 392 pages 380 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 40 9
AMAZING RARE THINGS
MASTERS OF THE EVERYDAY Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer
Hardback 245 × 195 mm 224 pages 160 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 902163 46 8 North American, Simplified Chinese, Japanese and Spanish rights sold
MARIA MERIAN’S BUTTERFLIES Hardback 190 × 150 mm 192 pages 200 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 31 7 German and Japanese rights sold
Hardback 289 × 233 mm 176 pages 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 19 5 French and Dutch rights sold PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST Hardback 254 × 203 mm 256 pages 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 32 4
IN FINE STYLE The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion Hardback 290 × 275 mm 300 pages 320 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 44 5
THE ADVENTURES OF ALICE LASELLES By Alexandrina Victoria aged 10¾ Hardback 260 × 200 mm 64 pages 30 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 18 8
SPLENDOURS OF THE SUBCONTINENT A Prince’s Tour of India 1875–6
SHADOWS OF WAR Roger Fenton’s Photographs of the Crimea, 1855
Hardback 254 × 210 mm 216 pages Over 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 42 3
Hardback 265 × 210 mm 254 pages 250 illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 38 6
FABERGE’S ANIMALS A Royal Farm in Miniature
A ROYAL WELCOME
Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages 150 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 12 4
ROYAL CHILDHOOD Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages 100 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 11 9
QUEEN VICTORIA’S BUCKINGHAM PALACE Hardback 200 × 200 mm 128 pages 120 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 67 6
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THE QUEEN’S YEAR A Souvenir Album Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages 250 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 905686 34 6
LONG TO REIGN OVER US Official Souvenir Album Hardback 200 × 200 mm 120 pages 250 colour illustrations ISBN 978 1 909741 28 7
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