Queen Victoria and Prince Albert jewels go under the hammer


Jewels once owned by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are going under the hammer in Yorkshire.

The three items - a cravat pin, brooch and pendant, were given by the royal couple to the Robertson family in the 1860s.

They have attracted international interest and are each expected to sell for between £3,000 and £8,000.

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