Number 27: Window of the Albert Tavern
This charming little boozer can be found at 52 Victoria Street. Or should that be Victoriaâ€™s treat? For if you look closely at the frosted windows, youâ€™ll notice a blatant representation of what we presume is the late consortâ€™s penis. The august member is artfully depicted at the moment of discharge, with a stream of manspatter tastefully woven into a delicate melange of foliage and woodland scenery. The lithographic loins of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha also bear a couple of ambiguous circular marks â€“ perhaps symbolising the eponymous, though probably apocryphal, Prince Albert piercing. The royal familyâ€™s blood might not be blue, but its windows certainly are.