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Prince Consort's statue unveiling
Memorialising Albert

Prince Albert's lasting influence can be seen in many mediums


Planting of the Prince Consort's Memorial Tree, Windsor Great Park


Albumen print | 14.7 x 21.6 cm (image) | RCIN 2101356

This photograph shows the official ceremony of the planting of the Prince Consort's Memorial Tree, Windsor Great Park. It was later included in The History of Windsor Great Park and Windsor Forest by William Menzies, published in 1876.

Those standing to the left of Queen Victoria are: Baroness von Schenck (fl. 1864); Col. A. Liddell (1812–88); Queen Alexandra (1844–1925) when Princess of Wales; the Grand Duchess of Hesse (1843–78); the Duke of Albany (1853–84) when Prince Leopold; Prince Louis of Hesse (1837–92); the Duchess of Argyll (1848–1939) when Princess Louise and Count Gleichen (1883–91). Those standing to the right of Queen Victoria are: The Hon. A.N. Hood (fl. 1864); The Countess of Caledon (1825–88); Major General Francis H. Seymour (1813–90); Baron De Ross (1827–1907); Lieutenant General Charles Grey (1804–70); Mr William Menzies (1827–78) and Mr John Cole (d. 1869).