"The Hon Lady Dunfermline, Follington House". This envelope depicts Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort together with an infant in arms on the front (the adhesive covers the Royal Coat of Arms), has the national anthem printed on the inside, and a crown printed on each of the flaps. A superb envelope of great rarity, one of only two known examples and probably the finest and most desirable of all the Pictorial envelopes. This example is not recorded in "British Pictorial Envelopes of the 19th Century". B.P.A. Certificate (1996)" /> cover R.W. Hume: Envelope number 75 "THE QUEEN'S OWN" exceptionally fine used on May 31st 1842 in Edinburgh with very fine 1841 1d., TH, addressed to<I> "The Hon Lady Dunfermline, Follington House"</I>. This envelope depicts Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort together with an infant in arms on the front (the adhesive covers the Royal Coat of Arms), has the national anthem printed on the inside, and a crown printed on each of the flaps. A superb envelope of great rarity, one of only two known examples and probably the finest and most desirable of all the Pictorial envelopes. This example is not recorded in "British Pictorial Envelopes of the 19th Century". B.P.A. Certificate (1996) | Christie's