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[ALBERT (Prince, 1819-1861, Consort of Queen Victoria)]

Carte-de-Visite-sized Photograph, by Leopold F. Manley, of Orchard Street, London, showing the death bed of Prince Albert on 14th December 1861, with all the royal mourners, physicians and members of the government, 24 figures in all, published by J.W. Smith, Baker Street, 2½" x 4", as at Windsor Castle, the photograph no date but

Item Date:  1863
Stock No:  54416      £75

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[ALBERT (Prince, 1819-1861, Consort of Queen Victoria)]

Carte-de-Visite-sized Photograph, by Leopold F. Manley, of Orchard Street, London, showing the death bed of Prince Albert on 14th December 1861, with all the royal mourners, physicians and members of the government, 24 figures in all, published by J.W. Smith, Baker Street, 2½" x 4", as at Windsor Castle, the photograph no date but

Item Date:  1863
Stock No:  55437      £75

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ALBERT-53189-1.jpg
[ALBERT (1819-1861, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria)]

Ceremonial for the removal of the Prince Consort's remains from Windsor Castle to St. George's Chapel, listing the coaches in the procession, headed by "Two Valets and two Yägers", "the four Physicians who were in attendance upon His late Royal Highness", among the pallbearers are his close friend Major-General Wylde, the Prince of Wales was chief mourner, with the names of the British, French and German royalty, also Maharajah Dhuleep Singh, attending the coffin, and noting the music to be performed, 7 sides 13¼" x 8½" black-edged, stitched, Windsor, 23rd December small closed tear on last leaf, signs of original folding in an envelope

Item Date:  1861
Stock No:  53189      £325

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[ALBERT (1819-1861, Prince Consort of Queen Victoria)]

Fine unsigned carte de visite photo by E. & H.Anthony, showing the Prince sitting at a desk with a quill pen in his hand , with his legs crossed, 4" x 2½" no place, no date,

Item Date:  1861
Stock No:  25915      £95

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ALBERT-14307-1.jpg PRINCE ALBERT CONDEMNS THE SLAVE TRADE
[ALBERT (Prince, 1819-1861, Consort of Queen Victoria)]

Contemporary Copy of his First Public Speech in England, at the first anniversary meeting of the 'Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade, and for the Civilization of Africa', saying that he has "been induced to preside at the Meeting of this Society from a Conviction of its paramount Importance to the great Interests of Humanity and Justice. I deeply regret that the benevolent and persevering exertions to abolish that atrocious Traffic in human Beings, at once the desolation of Africa and the blackest stain upon civilized Europe have not as yet led to any satisfactory conclusion ... Let us therefore trust that Providence will prosper our Exertions in so holy a cause and that under the auspices of our Queen and her Government we may ... be rewarded by the accomplishment of the great & humane object, for ... which we have this day met", 2 sides 4to. and conjugate blank, descriptive note in another hand at head "... the first meeting at which he presided in this Country", [Exeter Hall, Strand, London, 1st June outer margin frayed with short tear touching three letters, top inner corner neatly removed

Item Date:  1840
Stock No:  14307      £300

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