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ROYAL WEDDING DRESSES  
At every wedding the visual focus is the dress, and a royal wedding is no different. In the midst of all the pomp and splendour all eyes are on the bride; her gown feverishly anticipated and endlessly discussed. This is the story of 10 royal wedding dresses, which span nearly 200 years. Five of them are part of the unique Royal Ceremonail Dress Collection at Kensington Palace. Softback.
  $20.00
 
FOUR SISTERS: THE LOST LIVES OF THE ROMANOV GRAND DUCHESSES  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH 2014. Award-winning and critically acclaimed historian Helen Rappaport turns to the tragic story of the daughters of the last Tsar of all the Russias, slaughtered with their parents at Ekaterinburg. On 17 July 1918, four young women walked down some steps into the cellar of a house in Ekaterinburg. The eldest was 22, the youngest only 17. Together with their parents and their 13-year-old brother, they were all brutally murdered. Their crime: to be the daughters of the last Tsar and Tsaritsa of All the Russias. Much has been written about Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra and their tragic fate, as it has about the Russian Revolutions of 1917, but little attention has been paid to the Romanov princesses, who – perhaps inevitably – have been seen as minor players in the drama. In 'Four Sisters', however, Helen Rappaport puts them centre stage and offers readers the most authoritative account yet of Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia. Drawing on their own letters and diaries and other hitherto unexamined primary sources, she paints a vivid picture of their lives in the dying days of the Romanov dynasty. We see, almost for the first time, their journey from a childhood of enormous privilege, throughout which they led a very sheltered and largely simple life, to young womanhood – their first romantic crushes, their hopes and dreams, the difficulty of coping with a mother who was a chronic invalid and a haeomophiliac brother, and, latterly, the trauma of the revolution and its terrible consequences. Compellingly readable, meticulously researched and deeply moving, 'Four Sisters' gives these young women a voice, and allows their story to resonate for readers almost a century after their death. Hardback.
  $50.00
 
SPECIAL OFFER: 'MY ROYAL APPOINTMENTS' & 'JUBILEE 2012: CELEBRATIONS & TOURS' SET  
As advertised in our March 2014 issue. Enjoy substantial savings when you purchase these hardback books as a set.
  $73.00
 
HENRY VIII: KING & COURT PITKIN GUIDE  
A fresh, fascinating look at the life and times of England's great Renaissance prince and king, and the cultural and social development of the English court, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Henry's accession to the throne. Life at Hampton Court Palace mirrored the rise in the King's power; he brought entertainment back into court life: feasting, dancing, music, hunting, hawking, jousting, games and sport. This illustrated guide looks behind the scenes at all levels of the King's household, including royal pastimes, religion, food, the Queen's chamber, the travelling court, scandals, European influences and the legend of Henry VIII himself. Softback.
  $16.00
 
THE QUEEN'S 80 GLORIOUS YEARS  
Majesty has put together a very special tribute to the woman who famously declared on her 21st birthday that ‘My whole life, whether it be long or short, shall be devoted to your service’. Lavishly illustrated, 'The Queen’s 80 Glorious Years' examines many aspects of the monarch’s life: her early years, her marriage, her role as a mother and grandmother, her homes, and much more. This 132-page A4-size souvenir is a must-have for collectors of royal memorabilia. Softback.
  $19.99
 
ROYAL CABINET PORTRAITS OF THE VICTORIAN ERA  
by David Cripps. A fascinating collection of photographs of members of the royal houses of Europe, most of whom knew Queen Victoria as 'Grandmama'. This unique compilation covers the period between 1863 and 1906 and includes the last two generations of Romanovs. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
QUEEN AND COUNTRY  
In an age when the private lives of the Royal Family have become the subject of intense media scrutiny, the Queen has remained an elusive, even enigmatic figure. With rare access to senior Royals, close friends and colleagues, William Shawcross uncovers Her Majesty's private passions, and provides a compelling picture of a very human monarch. Hardback.
  $39.00
 
THE QUEEN'S CORONATION 1953: THE OFFICIAL SOUVENIR ALBUM  
This summer marks the 60th anniversary of one of the most joyous days in 20th-century British history – the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This official souvenir guide recalls the celebrations of 1953, and recreates all the preparations and pageantry of the event for its 60th anniversary. Lavishly illustrated throughout with newly commissioned photography, it brings together the dresses, uniforms and robes, the jewels and crowns worn at the Coronation for the first time since 1953, and tells the story in pictures of the people, the places, the ceremony and the events of this most extraordinary occasion. Hardback.
  $28.00
 
THE QUEEN'S DIAMONDS  
Sir Hugh Roberts tells the story of the magnificent royal inheritance of diamonds from the time of Queen Adelaide in the 1830s to the present day. Illustrated with a wide range of archive material as well as extensive new photography of the jewels, this fully researched publication includes stories of international importance as well as of great historical significance. Hardback; 320 pages with over 300 illustrations.
  $155.00
 
PRINCESSES ON THE WARDS not available for despatch until 11 September 2014  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR AUGUST 2014. Royal ladies have never been afraid to roll up their sleeves, work in wards, field hospitals and help in the operating theatre, despite their sheltered upbringing. Indeed, through wars and revolutions in Russia, Greece, Spain, Romania, Belgium and Britain, their experiences were no different to those of thousands of other nurses. Beginning with two daughters of Queen Victoria – Princess Alice and Princess Helena – this book tells their stories and the difficulties queens and princesses faced while carving a worthwhile role in an age when the place of a well-born woman was considered to be in the home. From Empress Alexandra of Russia and Queen Marie of Romania to Princess Marina Duchess of Kent and Princess Alice of Greece (mother of the Duke of Edinburgh) – all set an example of service and duty well beyond that considered necessary at the time. Here, their involvement in nursing and the lengths they went to is detailed for the first time. Hardback.
  $44.00
 
READER'S DIGEST & THE ROYALS  
With a foreword from former royal correspondent Jennie Bond, 'Reader’s Digest & The Royals' celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a commemorative collection of articles chronicling history as it happened. From the royal tour of 1954 to the Queen and Prince Philip’s Golden Wedding anniversary, the magazine’s royal correspondents have charted the Queen’s journey from young sovereign to modern matriarch. A nostalgic memento, the book carefully reproduces original Reader’s Digest layouts, including over 70 illustrations. Hand-picked articles mix first-person recollections from subjects with individual royal profiles, a special Silver Jubilee supplement and a letter from the Queen herself. Read of the Queen at 28, ‘smiling unremittingly’ in public so as never to appear ‘displeased’. Remember a young Prince Charles, queuing for his 5s 6d dinner at Cambridge University beneath a portrait of his ancestor, Henry VIII. Hear tales of the late Queen Mother ‘laying a foundation stone as if she has just discovered a new and delightful way of spending an afternoon’. Small format hardback. BOOK NOT AVAILABLE FOR DESPATCH UNTIL AFTER 25TH MAY 2012 DUE TO PUBLISHERS EMBARGO.
  $27.00
 
A ROYAL COOKBOOK  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE 2014. Re-create a royal menu at home with Royal Collection Trust's first-ever cookbook. Written by the Royal Chef and the Deputy Master of The Queen's Household, 'A Royal Cookbook' presents four three-course menus adapted from those prepared in the kitchens of Buckingham Palace and served to guests of Her Majesty The Queen. Among the book's recipes are Eggs Drumkilbo, a first course of hard-boiled eggs, lobster and prawns much loved by Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, cutlets of lamb with a mint and lemon sauce, and Blackcurrant Sorbet, particularly fashionable during the reign of George IV (1820-30). The recipe for Chocolate Biscuit Cake, best known as one of the two cakes made to celebrate the marriage of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, is included in addition to the four menus. Accompanying each course are presentation tips, from enhancing the height of your crown of asparagus to creating a decorative effect with your blackcurrant sorbet. Over 50,000 people are welcomed to Buckingham Palace each year as The Queen's guests at state banquets, lunches, dinners, receptions and garden parties. For official royal occasions, many dishes are presented on porcelain from the Royal Collection, such as the magnificent Coronation Service, most recently used at the state banquet for the President of the Republic of Korea in November 2013. One of the most ambitious china services ever produced by an English factory, it was commissioned by William IV from the Rockingham Works and first used at Queen Victoria's Coronation Banquet in 1838. 'A Royal Cookbook' also tells the story of royal dining through history; from the first recorded serving of 'ice cream' in England at the Garter Banquet for Charles II in 1671 to the thousands of dishes eaten at George IV's extravagant Coronation Banquet, including 160 tureens of soup and 400 jellies and creams. Hardback.
  $38.00
 
MAGIC MOMENTS: THE SUN'S GREATEST ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL TIME  
Photographer Arthur Edwards' tremendous career has led to his becoming the most familiar face on the royal circuit and the respect he shows his subjects means that his is a popular figure with royals themselves. Indeed, Princess Diana referred to him as 'our Arthur' and Prince Charles introduces him to world leaders when they are on royal tours. He has been on hand to capture the blossoming romance and subsequent wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton; he was there to witness happy and loving moments at the start of Charles and Diana's marriage; he saw Prince William's first steps and was there for Prince Harry's first day at Eton. As well as having taken magical and momentous pictures, Arthur has some fascinating stories to go with them. Take, for example, a time in Klosters, when Patti Palmer-Tomkinson announced to the assembled press that her 'Uncle Harry' would be joining her party - and out stepped Prince Charles wearing false glasses, nose and moustache. In Toxeth, Liverpool, a young lad rode up to Princess Diana and asked for a kiss - and she obliged. It was also Arthur who pointed out to Prince Charles during a polo match that his flies were down - having checked with Arthur that nothing was showing, the Prince then carried on playing! This wonderful book is packed with the very best of Arthur's delightful colour pictures and unique stories from someone who has been present as history and headlines have been made. Within these pages is a valuable record of three decades during which the face of Britain's monarchy changed beyond recognition. Hardback.
  $55.00
 
HM KING MICHAEL I OF ROMANIA  
A collection of never-before-seen photographs from the family albums and glowing tributes to mark His Majesty’s 80th birthday. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
THE UNKNOWN HABSBURGS  
by David McIntosh. Few people realise that the Italian province of Tuscany was at one time an independent grand duchy, ruled over by the Tuscan branch of the Habsburg dynasty. Grand Duke Leopold II was its last proper ruler and the ancestor of all the people who appear in this book, which is illustrated by rare and beautiful images from private and official collections. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
ROYAL ENTERTAINING & STYLE  
Our fantastic new publication 'Royal Entertaining and Style' by Ingrid Seward is now in stock. It reveals how the royal family lead their lives and how they like to entertain in the great royal palaces and castles, as well as in their private homes. This classically-printed 204-page publication has over 200 images and with a limited print run is sure to become a collector’s item. Hardback
  $59.00
 
A PERSONAL PORTRAIT OF THE ROYAL FAMILY  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR MAY 2014. A familiar face at royal events, Colin Edwards has collated his vast collection of photographs of the royal family to create a new book. Featuring never-before-seen images of Her Majesty the Queen, Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and Diana, Princess of Wales at public events, the author also provides emotive, personal accounts of his meetings with the Royals. Softback.
  $40.00
 
PRINCE HARRY: BROTHER, SOLDIER, SON not available for despatch before 11 September  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR SEPTEMBER 2014. This is Penny Junor’s story behind the tabloid stories. Harry, who has the power to make or break. The maverick Prince, who is brilliant, impetuous and unpredictable. The Prince who with his unique talents, charm and bloody-minded determination is changing lives across the world. He is the redhead that Diana called ‘the spare’, whose childhood was one of chaos and loss; the little boy walking behind his mother’s cortège who broke our hearts. This is the story of how he survived the loss and chaos; how the troubled teenager grew into a leader of men, a soldier, a pilot, an adventurer and a passionate champion of those who are in danger of being destroyed or forgotten. Hardback.
  $52.00
 
THE ROYAL HELLENIC DYNASTY  
A photographic history of the Greek royal family from King George I to King Constantine II. Hardback.
  $50.00
 
A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF A DUCHESS  
AUGUST 2012 BOOK OF THE MONTH. Ian Lloyd examines what makes the Duchess of Cambridge so popular, from her role as a style icon to her relationship with the British media and the public. This book also provides a look at Catherine’s personal life, including her luxury honeymoon in the Seychelles and her 30th birthday celebrations. Discover how Kate Middleton became the “people’s duchess”. Hardback. PLEASE NOTE: NOT AVAILABLE FOR DESPATCH UNTIL THE PUBLICATION DATE, 2 AUGUST.
  $43.00
 
THE QUEEN AND THE USA  
Ever since her first visit to the United States as monarch in October 1957 to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in the New World, the popularity of Queen Elizabeth II has demonstrated how Britain's heritage has taken root in America. Embedded in the Great Republic are the shared traditions of respect for the law, democracy and free enterprise. The values continue as the bedrock of the relationship between Great Britain and the USA and are being celebrated in this Diamond Jubilee year on both sides of the Atlantic. This book offers a pictorial celebration of the relationship between the Queen and her American friends. She has been photographed with 12 Presidents of the United States and has visited all across America. The tributes offered in this book begin with a foreword by Chief Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, and include essays from leading authorities in the fields of the rule of law, diversity and free enterprise. Hardback.
  $70.00
 
ROYAL TOURS 1786-2010: HOME TO CANADA  
'Royal Tours 1786-2010' is a penetrating look at the tours of 11 members of the royal family who were or would be monarchs, viceroys and commanders-in-chief of Canada. Softback.
  $43.00
 
AXEL & MARGARETHA  
He was a Prince of Denmark, a grandson of Christian IX but also an officer in the Danish Navy and managing director of the (Danish) East Asian Company, board member of Scandinavian Airlines and Danish representative on the International Olympic Committee. She was born a Princess of Sweden, the sister of Queen Astrid of Belgium and Crown Princess Märtha of Norway, and thus the beloved aunt of many European royals. Here is yet another pictorial biography of two fascinating royal personalities, today largely forgotten. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
JUBILEE 2012: CELEBRATIONS & TOURS  
The third book in the 'Majesty' series. 'Jubilee 2012: Celebrations & Tours', which has contributions from Lynne Bell, Joe Little, Richard Palmer, Ingrid Seward and Camilla Tominey, relives the incredible nine months in which the Queen and members of the royal family marked the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty's accession with a series of visits and engagements all over the United Kingdom and Commonwealth. This lavishly-illustrated 204-page hardback publication will make the perfect souvenir or gift. Orders are now being accepted but please note that the book will not be available for despatch until late November. A limited-edition, leather-bound version is also being prepared, details of which will appear in our December issue.
  $59.00
 
RIGHT ROYAL OCCASIONS: OUR QUEEN IN YORKSHIRE  
By Allen Rowley. This celebratory book contains the cream of royal photographs from the Yorkshire Post collection. Covering the period since the 1940s, it reflects the warm welcome always displayed by Yorkshire folk at royal visits across the county.
  $12.00
 
THE GRAND DUKES OF OLDENBURG  
A former German state largely situated in the northwest of the present-day Federal Republic, the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg was for hundreds of years inextricably linked with the Grand Ducal House, which is first documented at the beginning of the 11th century. David McIntosh presents a fascinating illustrated history of this ancient and illustrious family. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
THE MYSTERY OF PRINCESS LOUISE: QUEEN VICTORIA'S REBELLIOUS DAUGHTER  
The secrets of Queen Victoria’s sixth child, Princess Louise, may be destined to remain forever hidden. What was so dangerous about this artistic, tempestuous royal that her life has been documented more by rumour and gossip than hard facts? When Lucinda Hawksley started to investigate, often thwarted by inexplicable secrecy, she discovered a fascinating woman, modern before her time, whose story has been shielded for years from public view. Friend to the pre-Raphaelites and sculptor in her own right, defender of the much-maligned Bertie and campaigner for women’s rights: Princess Louise was a royal like no other. She had a notoriously difficult relationship with her mother, whose domineering influence remained strong, even into adulthood – she had to battle for permission to attend art school, yet today her sculptures decorate some of the greatest houses of London. Louise is perhaps best known, though, for her colourful love life. Her affair with tutor and sculptor Joseph Edgar Boehm was common knowledge to friends in her bohemian circle and there were even rumours of an entanglement with her sister Princess Beatrice’s handsome husband, Liko. She married for love, but when her husband’s appointment as Governor General of Canada took them abroad, the relationship soured and they spent many months apart, with Louise playing the role of the perfect princess back at home in England. Spirited and lively, 'The Mystery of Princess Louise' is richly packed with arguments, intrigues, scandals and secrets, and is a vivid portrait of a princess desperate to escape her inheritance. Hardback.
  $60.00
 
THE OTHER GRAND DUKES  
Included in this unique work, the second in a two-volume series, are 18 biographies of Russian grand dukes. These men formed the junior lines of the Russian imperial family at the time of the Revolution: the Vladimirovichi, Pavlovichi, Konstantinovichi, Nikolaevichi and Mikhailovichi. The book is illustrated with exquisite and rare photographs of these intriguing men, their families and descendants. It also includes several family trees. The chapters were written by some of today's most recognised authors and scholars on the Romanov dynasty. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
THE GRAND DUKES  
The biographies of nearly 40 men, all the offspring of Russian tsars, are included in this volume, the first of two. They were not all saints, nor were they all sinners; they were men whose birth showered them with untold privilege. Some used their birthright for the common good; others did not. Yet they all remain intriguing human beings. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
RELATIVELY ROYAL  
Robert Golden's compilation of photographs from royal albums – many of which have never been seen before – brought to life with humorous anecdotes and detailed captions. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
KATE: A BIOGRAPHY  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR JULY 2013. Following the royal wedding, the Diamond Jubilee and the imminent birth of Kate and William's first baby, popular sentiment towards the royal family has rarely been higher. At the centre of this surge in affection is a woman who has captured the heart of a nation and who, at the side of her husband, Prince William, is ushering in a new dawn for the United Kingdom's reigning family. For, due to planned amendments to the rules of accession to the British Crown, their first child, regardless of gender, will succeed William to the throne. Marcia Moody explores the life of the woman who has done so much to revitalise the public image of the royal family, covering her early years, her family, her time at St Andrews University and her meeting with Prince William, their early relationship and its trials, the wedding and her new official role, her style, and, of course, her pregnancy. Besides being the perfect book for admirers of this remarkable young woman, 'Kate: A Biography' marks a crucial moment in the history of the royal line. Hardback.
  $50.00
 
QUEEN CAROLINE: CULTURAL POLITICS AT THE EARLY EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY COURT  
As the wife of King George II, Caroline of Ansbach became queen of England in 1727. Known for her intelligence and strong character, Queen Caroline wielded considerable political power until her death in 1737. She was enthusiastic and energetic in her cultural patronage, engaging in projects that touched on the arts, architecture, gardens, literature, science and natural philosophy. This meticulously researched volume by Dr Joanna Marschner will survey Caroline's significant contributions to the arts and culture and the ways in which she used her patronage to strengthen the royal family's connections between the recently installed House of Hanover and English society. She established an extensive library at St. James' Palace, and her renowned salons attracted many of the great thinkers of the day; Voltaire wrote of her, "I must say that despite all her titles and crowns, this princess was born to encourage the arts and the well-being of mankind". Hardback.
  $95.00
 
THE GOLDEN BOOK OF ROYALTY  
Inspired by Lady Patricia Ramsay, amongst others, Robert Golden has now put together a second book of photographs and anecdotes on the lesser-known members of the British royal family. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
THE NASSAUS OF LUXEMBOURG  
“This book’s concept began with our frustration over the lack of English language sources available on the six beautiful Nassau sisters of Luxembourg, their descendants and the families they married into. We, however, wanted to know more,' say authors Sabrina and Kassandra Pollock. "Thus, we braved our way through whatever foreign language materials we could find, and as we learned more about the Princesses’ lives our interest grew to include the account of their parents’ courtship and eventual marriage, a union which is one of the more touching but tragic of history’s untold royal love stories. Nor would the narrative of the sisters’ lives be complete without an explanation of how their grandfather came to inherit the Luxembourg throne." Hardback, 240 pages, 405 rare images of the grand ducal family and other related royal and princely families.
  $78.00
 
ROYALTY BETWEEN THE WARS  
William Mead Lalor shows a cross-section of royalty: the famous as well as the obscure, the reigning as well as the non-reigning. He also describes the complicated relationships that were shaken by the First World War but never completely shattered. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
ASTRID: 1905-1935  
Using family photographs from the archives of the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Antoinette Ramsay-Herthelius and Ted Rosvall have compiled a fitting tribute to the 'beautiful, good-hearted, admired and beloved' Astrid, Princess of Sweden and later Queen of the Belgians, to mark the 100th anniversary of her birth. Her death just three decades later was sudden and tragic, particularly for the three young children she left behind. Friends and admirers mourned her for years; she became an icon, a modern legend, and remains so to this day. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
ROYALTY AFTER THE WARS  
A pictorial look at the vast changes in the royal houses of Europe since the Second World War.
  $75.00
 
DEFINITELY ROYAL  
After the unqualified success of 'Relatively Royal' and 'The Golden Book of Royalty', Robert Golden has now compiled a third volume of photographs and anecdotes in his own unique style. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
ELIZABETH: THE WOMAN AND THE QUEEN  
Based on Graham Turner's incisive articles for The Daily Telegraph, this is the most candid, intimate and revealing portrait of the monarch yet published. The Queen as head of state is a familiar figure to us all. For the first time Turner reveals the flesh and blood woman. Hardback.
  $30.00
 
ROMANOVS REVISITED  
David Cripps’s latest album of photographs, both formal and informal for the period 1860-1960, gives the reader a glimpse into the privileged world of Tsar Nicholas II and his extended family. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
HENRY: VIRTUOUS PRINCE  
FEBRUARY 2009 BOOK OF THE MONTH. The first instalment of the highly anticipated biography of Henry VIII, written by one of the UK's most popular, established and exciting historians. Published to coincide with the 500th anniversary of Henry's accession to the throne, 'Henry: Virtuous Prince' is a radical re-evaluation of the monarchy's most enduring icon. Henry VIII was Britain's most powerful monarch, yet he was not born to rule. Thrust into the limelight after the sudden death of his elder brother, Prince Arthur, Henry ascended the throne in 1509, marking the beginning of a reign that altered the course of English history. In his youth Henry was highly intelligent, athletic and musically talented. He excelled in Latin and Mathematics and was an accomplished musician. On his accession to the throne, aged just 17, after the tumultuous rule of his father, he provided England with hope of a new beginning. Nobody could have foreseen how radical Henry's rule would prove to be. Often overshadowed by the bloody saga of his six marriages, his reign has left a lasting legacy. An absolute monarch, Henry’s quest for fame was as obsessive as any modern celebrity. His fierce battles against Papal authority mark one of the most dramatic and defining moments in the history of Britain. Yet his early life was insecure. The Tudor regime was viewed by many as rule by usurpers and the dark shadows of the Wars of the Roses often threatened to tear England apart once more. The culmination of a lifetime's research, David Starkey gives a radical and unforgettable portrait of the man behind the icon; the Renaissance Prince turned tyrant, who continues to tower over history. Hardback.
  $60.00
 
GIFTS TO THE TSARS 1500-1700: TREASURES FROM THE KREMLIN  
From 1547, when Ivan the Terrible declared himself Tsar of Russia, to 1712, when Peter the Great moved the capital to St Petersburg, one of the highlights of Moscow court life was the formal presentation of diplomatic gifts to the Tsar. These fabulous offerings have been preserved intact in the Kremlin Armoury, in a collection that cannot be matched by any other royal treasury in the world. Now many of these objects are published in this gloriously illustrated volume. Ranging from arms and armour and exquisite textiles to spectacular works in gold and silver, gifts received by the Tsars are masterpieces of the decorative arts – and afford a fascinating glimpse of international relations during a period when Russia emerged as a world power. Hardback.
  $60.00
 
DEAREST MISSY  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR JANUARY 2012. The letters of Marie Alexandrovna, Grand Duchess of Russia, Duchess of Edinburgh and of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and of her daughter, Marie, Crown Princess of Romania. The Duchess of Edinburgh was a diligent and constant letter-writer. She was also outspoken, humorous and a keen observer. Her letters to her daughter Marie, the future Queen of Romania, have been transcribed and edited by the Romanian historian Diana Mandache. With 40 illustrations. Hardback.
  $72.00
 
THE QUEEN'S DOLLS' HOUSE  
The largest, most beautiful and most famous dolls’ house in the world is the subject of a charming new publication, 'The Queen’s Dolls’ House'. The well-known broadcaster and architectural historian Lucinda Lambton guides the reader on an imaginative tour of this perfect replica in miniature of an aristocratic home. The Queen’s Dolls’ House is on permanent display at Windsor and is one of the castle’s most popular attractions. Built for Queen Mary by the leading British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens between 1921 and 1924, the Dolls’ House includes contributions from over 1,500 of the finest artists, craftsmen and manufacturers of the early 20th century. It even has a garden designed by Gertrude Jekyll and a resident snail. From life below stairs to the high-society setting of the saloon and dining room, no detail was forgotten. There is a library bursting with original works by the top literary names of the day, such as Thomas Hardy and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The cellar is full of tiny bottles, each containing a thimbleful of the finest wine. The Queen’s Dolls’ House is even equipped with electricity, hot and cold water, and working lifts. The book is lavishly illustrated throughout, so that readers can explore every corner of this magical residence. Hardback.
  $35.00
 
AT THE KING'S TABLE  
Here are the feasts that really are fit for a king – or queen. This delightful book explores the history of royal dining from the bustling kitchens of the Middle Ages to the informal dinner parties of today. Susanne Groom, a former curator at Historic Royal Palaces, considers the diets of monarchs from Richard II to Elizabeth II, revealing the exotic beasts served at medieval courts, the 48-day picnic prepared for Henry VIII and François I of France at the Field of Cloth of Gold, the romantic suppers made for Charles II and his mistresses, Queen Victoria’s love of nursery food, and the gluttonous appetite of Edward VII. We also learn about royal table manners, the earliest cookbooks, the hiring of flamboyant chefs and the intrigues of unscrupulous kitchen staff, the ever-changing health advice given to the sovereign, and the influence of royal diet on the average family fare. Full of lively anecdotes, colourful characters, rarely seen illustrations, and menus from state banquets, weddings, coronations and jubilees, 'At the King’s Table', with a foreword by well-known chef Heston Blumenthal, is a treat for all culinary fans. Hardback.
  $65.00
 
THE DIAMOND QUEEN: ELIZABETH II AND HER PEOPLE by Andrew Marr  
Published alongside a flagship BBC television series to mark her Diamond Jubilee, this book is an account of The Queen's reign. With the flair for narrative and the meticulous research that readers have come to expect, Andrew Marr turns his attention to the monarch and to the monarchy, chronicling the Queen's pivotal role at the centre of the state, which is largely hidden from the public gaze, and making a strong case for the institution itself. Arranged thematically, rather than chronologically, Marr dissects the Queen's political relationships, crucially those with her Prime Ministers; he examines her role as Head of the Commonwealth, and her deep commitment to that Commonwealth of nations; he looks at the drastic changes in the media since her accession in 1952 and how the monarchy and the monarch have had to change and adapt as a result. Indeed he argues that under her watchful eye, the monarchy has been thoroughly modernized and made as fit for purpose in the 21st century as it was when she came to the throne and a 'new Elizabethan age' was ushered in. Hardback.
  $60.00
 
THE BERNADOTTE DESCENDANTS  
Ted Rosvall has painstakingly compiled a detailed, fully illustrated record of all the legitimate descendants of the first Bernadotte monarch, Carl XIV Johan, to mark their 200 years in Sweden. In English and Swedish. Softback.
  $65.00
 
PRINCE PHILIP: WISE WORDS AND GOLDEN GAFFES  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR APRIL 2013. Veteran Fleet Street royal reporters Phil Dampier and Ashley Walton have spent years following the ‘Duke of Hazard’, writing about his well-known penchant for thor­oughly non-pc remarks and hilarious one-liners. More than another collec­tion of ‘gaffes’, this new book celeb­rates not only Prince Philip’s mischievous and acerbic sense of humour but also his thoughtful and philo­soph­ical side – a man of wit and wisdom indeed. Chapters include: # The Prince of Polit­ical Incorrectness # Blasted birds and bloody bunny huggers # The Commander: Splice the main brace! # Media monkeys # A Sporting Life # On himself and his family: Royal Reflections Softback.
  $24.00
 
TO THE QUEEN... A ROYAL DRINKOLOGY  
"To the Queen... A Royal Drinkology" is 2012's most exciting, fun, celebratory and historical yet unconventional tribute to the year-long Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. This souvenir is the perfect way to make your own party go with a bang. Hardback.
  $48.00
 
THE ASSASSINATION OF THE ARCHDUKE  
Greg King and Sue Woolmans offer readers a vivid account of the lives – and cruel deaths – of Franz Ferdinand and his beloved Sophie. Combining royal biography, romance, and political assassination, the story unfolds against a backdrop of glittering privilege and an imperial court consumed with hatred, taking readers from Bohemian castles to the horrors of Nazi concentration camps in a compelling, fascinating human drama. As moving as the fabled romance of Nicholas and Alexandra, as dramatic as Mayerling, Sarajevo resonates with love and loss, triumph and tragedy in a vibrant and powerful narrative. It lays bare the lethal circumstances surrounding that fateful Sunday morning in 1914, examining not only the Serbian conspiracy that killed Franz and Sophie but also insinuations about the hidden powers in Vienna that may well have sent them to their deaths. With a foreword from the Archduke’s great-granddaughter, Princess Sophie von Hohenberg, and drawing on a wide variety of unpublished sources and with unique access to previously restricted Hungarian and Czech archives, including Sophie’s diaries and family papers, King and Woolmans have written the most comprehensive account of this momentous event available in English. In doing so, they offer readers an intriguing and startlingly revisionist look at this most famous of Archdukes, his family, and their momentous collision with destiny in 1914. Hardback.
  $50.00
 
RUSSIA & EUROPE: DYNASTIC TIES  
This book by Galina Korneva and Tatiana Cheboksarova includes nearly 600 photos, the majority among them collected from the main archives in Russia and several European countries. The moment captured by these original photos tells the reader far more about the unique world of royalty and aristocracy than countless pages of text. The authors also relied on important information obtained from Russian and foreign periodicals, memoirs and scientific literature. The English-language version of this book was expanded with contributions from Arturo Beéche. Hardback.
  $78.00
 
APAPA: KING CHRISTIAN IX OF DENMARK AND HIS DESCENDANTS signed copies  
The history of King Christian IX of Denmark, the Father-in-law of Europe, and his descendants. Covering the last 150 years of the royal and imperial houses of: Denmark, Norway, Great Britain, Greece, Romania, Russia, Hanover, Baden, Mecklenburg-Schwerin and many other related dynasties and princely houses. The authors have handsomely documented their writings with nearly 450 exquisite and rare photos of King Christian IX and his wife Louise and their descendants. Hardback.
  $78.00
 
THE NEW ROYAL FAMILY: PRINCE GEORGE, WILLIAM AND KATE, THE NEXT GENERATION  
Their love story captured the hearts of the nation and now, following the first birthday of William and Kate’s son, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, interest in this thoroughly modern branch of the royal family has never been more fervent. 'The New Royal Family' by Robert Jobson chronicles William and Kate’s romance and follows William, Kate and George during their first year as a family, including their tour of New Zealand and Australia. Packed with fascinating anecdotes, sharp analysis – and exclusive photographs by Arthur Edwards – this brilliant book reveals charming and intimate details about William, Kate and George and provides an intriguing and comprehensive insight into what the future holds for the royal family. Softback.
  $21.00
 
QUEEN VICTORIA: A LIFE OF CONTRADICTIONS  
In this brilliant, concise new biography Queen Victoria is shown as Britain’s queen of contradictions. In her combination of regal vehemence and wifely submission; deep sentimentality and bombast; cultural imperialism and imperial compassion; fear of intellectualism and excitement at technology; romantic longing and prudishness, she became a spirit of the age to which she gave her name. Victoria embraced photography, railway travel and modern art; she resisted compulsory education for the working classes and recommended for a leading women’s rights campaigner ‘a good whipping’. She detested smoking and believed whole-heartedly in the health-giving properties of fresh air, strong draughts and cold. She may or may not have been amused. Melbourne and Disraeli wooed her; Peel and Palmerston infuriated her; fatally Gladstone failed to ‘pet’ her. She loved dancing and the opera and, in her mourning of Prince Albert, sought consolation in the poetry of Tennyson and a long exchange of letters between sovereign and Laureate. Meanwhile she reinvented the monarchy and wrestled with personal reinvention. She lived in the shadow of her mother and then under the tutelage of her husband: during her protracted widowhood she belatedly embraced self-reliance. Fresh, witty and accessible, this new book from Matthew Dennison gives a compelling assessment of Victoria’s mercurial character and her impact, written with the irony, flourish and insight that this Queen and her rule so richly deserve. Hardback.
  $42.00
 
DIRTY BERTIE: AN ENGLISH KING MADE IN FRANCE  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR JULY 2014. An entertaining biography of King Edward VII and his playboy lifestyle, by Stephen Clarke. Despite fierce opposition from his mother, Queen Victoria, the future monarch was always passionately in love with France. He had affairs with the most famous Parisian actresses, courtesans and can-can dancers. He spoke French more elegantly than English. He was the first ever guest to climb the Eiffel Tower with Gustave Eiffel, in defiance of an official English ban on his visit. He turned his French seduction skills into the diplomatic prowess that sealed the Entente Cordiale. A quintessentially English king? Pas du tout! Clarke argues that as ‘Dirty Bertie’ Edward learned all the essentials in life from the French. Hardback.
  $49.00
 
DRESSING THE QUEEN: THE JUBILEE WARDROBE  
In this unique publication Angela Kelly, Personal Assistant, Adviser and Curator to Queen Elizabeth II, tells the story of the creation of Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee wardrobe. The reader is taken behind the scenes to explore how The Queen's concern to be seen by as many people as possible on public engagements and consideration for her hosts influence the design of what she wears. The book follows the entire creative process, from initial sketches and fabric swatches to the completed outfit with accessories, and celebrates the many remarkable highlights of the Diamond Jubilee year. Hardback.
  $66.00
 
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  $85.00
 
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MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION: VICTORIA, ALBERT & THE DEATH THAT CHANGED THE MONARCHY  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR DECEMBER 2011. When Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert, died in December 1861 the nation was paralysed with grief. He was only 42 and official bulletins had, until the day before he died, given no cause for alarm. But in fact Albert had been in a progressive physical decline for years – worn out by overwork, stress and the exacting standards he set himself. His death was a catastrophe for the Queen, who not only adored her husband but had, through 21 years of marriage, utterly relied on him: as companion, father of their children, friend, confidant, wise counsellor and unofficial private secretary. There was not a single aspect of public business on which she had not deferred to his advice and greater wisdom. She would even consult him on what bonnet to wear. Britain had lost its king. For that is the role that Albert had performed in all but name. Politicians and the press agreed that his death was a national calamity. The public, totally unprepared, responded with a massive outpouring of grief. This royal death had a profound impact on Britain. Cast adrift and alone, the Queen donned the widow's weeds that she would wear for 40 years, until her own death in 1901. Her grieving was relentless. Without Albert to guide and support her, with a feckless heir who had caused her nothing but anxiety, and a family of nine children to parent alone, she retreated into a state of pathological grief which nobody could penetrate and few understood. Her stubborn refusal to return to public life rapidly began to alienate even her closest family and friends and to bring a resurgence of republicanism. There was even talk of abdication. For the 150th anniversary of Albert's death, this book examines the circumstances leading up to it, the ritual of his funeral and obsequies, and offers new theories on what killed him. It also describes the overwhelming despondency of a country plunged into mourning: bells tolling, shops shuttered up, everyone – no matter how poor – clad in black. Hardback.
  $48.00
 
ROYAL STYLE  
From Louis IX, a shoe aficionado of the Baroque Age, to the latest club-hopping progeny of the British royalty, this colourful survey of aristocratic fashion through the ages will delight royal watchers of every generation. The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton helped reclaim the fashion cred of Britain’s royal family, ushering in a generation of hip but genial personalities that appeal to every age and station. But royals have been setting fashion trends for centuries. This fascinating overview of aristocratic icons reaches back to the middle age, and from Europe to the Middle East, to profile the most renowned promoters of elegance and style ever to don their empires’ crowns. Author and royals watcher Luise Wackerl juxtaposes the 15th-century Duke of Burgundy’s penchant for black with Elizabeth I’s taste for virginal white. She presents history’s first “It Girls”: Marie Antoinette, Louisa of Prussia, Empresses Sisi of Austria and Eugenie of France. She relates how Queen Victoria’s sorrow and propriety transformed her country, and how an impeccably styled American’s love for Edward VIII upended the British monarchy. From the irreproachably elegant styles of Grace Kelly to Lady Diana, Jordan’s Queen Rania to Princess Letizia of Spain we move on to the newest icons: couture-loving Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece, Princess Marie of Denmark, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York, whose faces and party antics grace the tabloids on a weekly basis. Hundreds of photos and a lively text make this irresistible reading for anyone interested in fashion, royalty, and the lively intersection of both worlds. Hardback.
  $64.00
 
ROYAL GATHERINGS VOLUME I: 1859-1914 signed copies  
The first of three fascinating albums in which royal gatherings will be explained: who's who in the group photograph, when and where it was taken, the reason behind the gathering and a short biography of everyone in that image. Hardback.
  $68.00
 
THE QUEEN OF FOUR KINGDOMS by HRH Princess Michael of Kent  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR NOVEMBER 2013. At the age of 19, Yolande, daughter of the King of Aragon, is sent away from her family, her friends and everything she knows to marry the young Duke Louis II of Anjou, first cousin of the King of France. Their marriage has been arranged to bring an end to a generation of conflict between Aragon and Anjou for the possession of the kingdom of Naples and Sicily. Despite waiting nine years for her fiancé to return from Naples, to Yolande’s surprise their union becomes not only a great love story but also sets in motion events that will change the course of history. Princess Michael of Kent’s epic novel – the first volume of a trilogy – vividly recounts the true story of England’s invasion of France in the 15th century. Hardback.
  $48.00
 
DIAMONDS: A JUBILEE CELEBRATION  
Published to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, this accessible history explores the royal use of diamonds, from personal jewellery and official regalia to precious boxes and ceremonial swords. It examines the special qualities of diamonds and their roles in the lives of British kings and queen through the centuries. Twenty-one items of the highest craftsmanship are depicted in over 100 full colour illustrations, including newly-commissioned photography showing the exquisite detail of each piece. The book also features the famous Cullinan Diamond, the largest ever found, as well as a glossary and diagram of diamond cuts. A lavishly illustrated publication providing an introduction to a magnificent royal inheritance. Hardback.
  $27.00
 
ROYAL CORONATIONS  
The monarchy has made many concessions to the modern age, but the affirming rituals of the coronation – the pageantry, the theatre and the symbolism – are centuries old. Looking at the British coronation from its beginnings, Lucinda Gosling takes the reader on a thematic journey through the history and meaning of these elaborate ceremonies. She reveals the finely-tuned planning involved, explains the symbolism of the regalia and reminds us that past coronations did not always go according to plan. She also looks at the increasing public involvement in the coronations of the 20th century, from street parties to the advent of television, showing how the event evolved into the glorious global celebration of 1953 and became an internationally recognised expression of Britain’s heritage and national identity. Softback.
  $20.00
 
HVIDØRE: A ROYAL RETREAT  
In 1906 Queen Alexandra and her sister the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia purchased Hvidøre, a villa on the Danish coast, a private home. Until 1914 the sisters visited the property every autumn, entertaining friends and many royal relatives in an informal atmosphere. It was indeed a royal retreat. The First World War put an end to these happy times but in 1919, now exiled from Russia, the Dowager Empress made the villa her home and Hvidøre became a court in exile. In 1920 she was joined by her younger daughter Olga and her family, who all lived at Hvidøre, not always happily, until the Empress’s death in 1928. 'Hvidøre: A Royal Retreat' tells the story of the purchase, renovation, the many royal visitors and finally the sale of this forgotten royal home. Magnificent original illustrations from a private collection. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
MARIE: A FRENCH PRINCESS IN DENMARK  
Marie of Orléans married into the Danish Royal Family and became the sister-in-law of Europe. Unique pictures of a forgotten princess and an interesting text, which involves a lot of European history in the life of this gifted and independent Princess. To be published on 2 May 2012 - 100 years to the day since the inauguration of the Princess Marie statue at Langelinie in Copenhagen. The text will be in English and Danish. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
EDDY & HELENE by PRINCE MICHAEL OF GREECE  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR SEPTEMBER 2013. If Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, ‘Eddy’ to his family and friends, had lived to become king, Britain might have had a Roman Catholic queen. He certainly hoped it would. Biographers have dismissed Eddy’s love for Princess Hélène of Orléans as a thing of no consequence, the passing whim of an ineffectual prince who did the monarchy a favour by dying. But the recent discovery of a cache of original documents relating to their romance casts a new light on the affair, showing just how much the relationship meant to the couple themselves, and the lengths to which their families went in searching for a settlement that would allow them to marry. Ultimately, the religious obstacles proved too great, to the lasting sorrow of all concerned. Echoes of the affair lingered for many years, as this collection shows, though Eddy did not long survive the end of his hopes. He lived long enough to contract a ‘suitable’ engagement to a childhood friend before dying of influenza in the winter of 1891-1892, and his reputation almost died with him. So little evidence was known until now of the man he was – the man Hélène and those close to him knew – that later generations created their own myth to fill the blanks. But newly-discovered material in this book includes the letters Eddy sent to Hélène, which open a window into the character of a much maligned prince, and suggest that his whole biography may need to be rewritten. Hardback.
  $75.00
 
DAUGHTER OF EMPIRE: LIFE AS A MOUNTBATTEN  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR FEBRUARY 2013. Pamela Mountbatten was born at the end of the Twenties into one of Britain's grandest families. The daughter of Lord Louis Mountbatten and his glamorous wife Edwina Ashley, she was bought up by nannies and governesses as she was often parted from her parents as they dutifully carried out their public roles. A solitary child, she learned to occupy her days lost in a book, riding or playing with the family's animals (which included at different times a honey bear, chameleons, a bush baby, two wallabies, a lion, a mongoose and a coati mundi). Her parents' vast social circle included royalty, film stars, senior service officers, politicians and celebrities. Noel Coward invited Pamela to watch him filming; Douglas Fairbanks Jr. dropped in for tea and Churchill would call for 'a word with Dickie'. After the war, Pamela truly came of age in India, while her parents were the last Viceroy and Vicereine. This introduction to the country would start a life-long love affair with the people and the place. Pamela was a lady-in-waiting to the Queen both before and after her accession and accompanied Her Majesty on the Coronation tour of 1953-54. Hardback.
  $49.99
 
THE ELIZABETH II POCKET BIBLE  
Did you know the Queen loves pigeon racing? Did you know Elizabeth served with the ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) as a mechanic during World War Two? And that she is the first monarch to circumnavigate the globe? If you’re a fan of Queen Elizabeth II or just fascinated by the British monarchy then 'The Queen Elizabeth II Pocket Bible' contains everything you need to know and more! Discover what the Queen enjoys doing on her ‘days off’, what her royal duties include and the role the Queen plays in society today. Plus, inside you’ll find: • The Queen’s biography; from childhood through to the coronation and her reign • The latest up-to-date information about the Diamond Jubilee and Royal Wedding • Windsor family tree and profiles of each family member • Fact files of the royal palaces, including Buckingham Palace and St James's Packed with quirky tips, historical trivia and funny facts, the Queen Elizabeth II Pocket Bible is the essential guide for tourists and British fans alike. Small format hardback.
  $25.50
 
HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II – PITKIN DIAMOND JUBILEE SOUVENIR  
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 60 years as British sovereign in 2012. With the exception of Queen Victoria, who reigned for 63 years, she is the longest-serving monarch, acknowledged worldwide for the duties she has performed with grace and dignity. This special Pitkin souvenir guide, illustrated with over 80 photographs, looks at every aspect of the life of one of our most beloved monarchs: her childhood and teenage years in the company of her sister, Princess Margaret; her role as heiress presumptive; her engagement and marriage to the Duke of Edinburgh and as mother to her young family; her accession and coronation. We explore her duties from working with charities, attending the State Opening of Parliament and taking part in traditional ceremonies such as the Royal Maundy, the Trooping the Colour, the colourful Garter Ceremony and the Remembrance Day service. Her passion for horses is well known and this guide will look at this and the other country pursuits she enjoys in her rare ‘off-duty’ moments. Softback.
  $16.00
 
OUR QUEEN  
BOOK OF THE MONTH FOR MAY 2013. Throughout history, there has been no monarch like her. She is not merely the oldest sovereign this country has ever known, she is the most worldly. She has travelled further than all her predecessors put together. She has met more historic figures than anyone alive - from Churchill to Mandela, de Gaulle, Reagan and Obama. And today, Queen Elizabeth II is no more contemplating retirement than she was when she came to the throne in 1952. She sits at the head of a hereditary institution so often associated with rigid tradition. And yet, it is more dynamic now than ever. Having inherited a quasi-Edwardian institution nearly 60 years ago, the Queen presides over a monarchy which has managed to remain, simultaneously, popular, regal, inclusive and relevant in a 21st-century world. She has done this so effectively that she is, beyond doubt, the most respected and popular figure in British public life. As she reaches a defining moment of her reign - her Diamond Jubilee - Robert Hardman explores the secrets of the Queen's success to produce a fascinating new portrait of a sovereign who has witnessed more change than any since the creation of Great Britain. Paperback.
  $19.99
 
THE TREASURES OF QUEEN ELIZABETH  
Written by ITN Royal Correspondent Tim Ewart, this beautifully illustrated book looks at the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II as she marks her Diamond Jubilee, only the second British monarch to reach this anniversary. Unique in containing some 15 replica documents, many of which are from the Royal Archives, this fascinating book looks at how the Queen's reign has seen some of the most remarkable events in the history of the 20th and 21st centuries, while also maintaining traditions that link the United Kingdom of today with a history that stretches back more than a thousand years. From royal tours to state visits, and from day-to-day engagements to notable family events and grand occasions. Hardback.
  $65.00
 
A CENTURY OF ROYAL CHILDREN signed by Ingrid Seward  
Ingrid Seward's latest book not only celebrates the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's firstborn but also looks back at the childhoods of four royal generations. Hardback.
  $59.00
 
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  $96.00
 
MY ROYAL APPOINTMENTS BY KENT GAVIN  
Kent Gavin began photographing the Queen and other members of the royal family in the 1960s; since then his work has taken him all over the United Kingdom and around the world. He became Chief Photographer at the Daily Mirror and won many awards during his illustrious career. In this glossy compilation of his favourite photographs Kent talks about some of the events that he attended and the royal friendships that he made along the way.
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