The Banquet in the Guildhall at York - Cups used by the Lord Mayor of York, H.R.H. Prince Albert, and the Lord Mayor of London, 1850. ''...three superb drinking-cups, one for his Royal Highness Prince Albert, and one for each of the Lord Mayors of London and York; the first in ruby glass, portions of the stem and base internally checkered with silver, and on the sides bearing white sunken medallions of her Majesty and the Prince Consort, and the Royal arms of England. The other two cups were of the same size and shape, but, instead of being ruby and silver, the colours were emerald and silver; and on the sides were the private arms of each of the Lord Mayors, together with the usual heraldic emblazonments of the cities of London and York respectively'. From "Illustrated London News", 1850.
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