Early years of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort

TitleEarly years of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1867
AuthorsGrey C
CityLondon
LibraryAlthorp House Northamptonshire
BindingBound in red goatskin by Roger De Coverley, with the stamp in gold on both covers. Also with the stamp of John Poyntz Spencer, 5th Earl Spencer at the head of the spine
BinderDe Coverley, Roger (London)
Stamp(s): 
Albert, Prince, consort of Queen Victoria (1819 - 1861) (Stamp 3)
Dimensions:
Crests 1. Out of a ducal coronet two buffalo's horns attached to the outer edge of each five branches fesswise each with three linden leaves (Thuringia) 2. Out of a coronet a pyramidal chapeau charged with the arms of Saxony ensigned by a plume of peacock's feathers out of a ducal coronet (Saxony). 3. A bearded man in profile erased below the shoulders clothed paly the pointed cap paly terminating in a plume of three peacock's feathers (Meissen) Crown of a royal prince Motto TREU UND FEST
Heraldic Charges: 
capcoronet, ducal, out of afeathers, ostrich (3)horns (buffalo's)man, demi-Saxony