@bkhl what is the Victoria knot? At first glance it looks like a four-in-hand knot.

@black6 it starts like a four-in-hand but you do one more "wrap around" before the final "tuck", making it a bit bigger.

This makes it related to the four-in hand in the same way that adding another "wrap around" to an oriental knot turns it into a Half-Windsor, and adding yet another one to a Half-Windows turns it into a Hanover.

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