Charles, Prince of Wales, bibliography

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Prince Charles, pictured, has authored many books in his lifetime

The bibliography of Charles, Prince of Wales, is a list of approximately three dozen works which the Prince has authored, co-authored, illustrated or narrated and includes works for which he has written a foreword, introduction or preface.

Any royalties the Prince receives go to The Prince's Charities Foundation,[1] as do any profits from Duchy Originals.

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  • The Old Man of Lochnagar. Illustrated by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson, K.C.V.O. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1980. Hardcover: ISBN 0-241-10527-7.
  • A Vision of Britain. Doubleday (1989). ISBN 978-0-385-26903-2.
  • Rain Forest Lecture. Royal Botanic Gardens (1990). Paperback: ISBN 0-947643-25-7.
  • HRH the Prince of Wales Watercolours. Little, Brown and Company, (1991). Hardcover: ISBN 0-8212-1881-6.

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