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Prince Albert Knot

The Prince Albert Knot derives its name from Prince Albert, husband to Queen Victoria. The knot has a slightly asymmetrical look and is a little more bulky than the similar shaped Four-in-Hand knot. It has a nice slender and refined look.


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