A personalised “HARRY” number plate, palm floor mats and a bio fireplace were among gifts given to the Royal Family on overseas tours in 2012.
The various gifts were given to the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Lists of presents have been released by Clarence House and St James’s Palace.
It come days after a list of gifts sent to the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee year was also released.
Prince Charles and Camilla visited Norway, Denmark and Sweden in March, Canada in May and Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand in November.
Prince Charles was given a bio fireplace – which is ecologically friendly – in Denmark.
And he and his wife were also given a portable water filtration unit in Sweden.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Singapore, Malaysia, the Solomon Islands and Tuvalu in September.
Among the gifts they received were six pairs of shoes, two clutch bags and a traditional dress, all given to Catherine in Malaysia.
She and her husband were jointly given eight woven palm floor mats.
Prince Harry toured Belize, the Bahamas, Jamaica and Brazil in March.
In the Bahamas, Prince Harry was given a cape and a magnifying glass among other gifts. He left Brazil with the car number plate spelling “HARRY”.