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Grants of Noble Title

All titles from King Roman are inheritable - pass from generation to generations - this will be on the letters patent of Grant
All members of nobility may be addressed as Your Excellency, just as diplomats are, followed by your appropriate title
You may also receive Coat of Arms and Crown, if you wish

Sir ----------, Baronet of ---------                               Lady ---------, Baronette of ----------
A Baronet or Baronette owns a Baronetcy and supports the Sovereign
Abbreviated to Bt or Bte in the Imperial Europan/ Royal Lithuanian peerage.
AUD $99,000

Sir ----------, Baron of ---------                                   Lady ---------, Baroness of ----------
A Baron or Baroness owns a Barony and supports the Sovereign
Title goes back to 1264 and the Baron or Baroness may be referred to as a Lord or Lady. Originally maintained an army for the king. 
AUD $199,000

Sir ----------, Viscount of ---------                              Lady ---------, Viscountess of ----------
A Viscount or Viscountess owns a Viscounty and supports the Sovereign
Title was created in 1440 during the Hundred Years’ War, when King Henry VI of England and France, wanted to consolidate titles of both countries. Their original role was to administer justice and to collect taxes and revenues. 
AUD $299,000

Sir ----------, Count of ---------                                   Lady ---------, Countess of ----------
A Count or Countess owns a County and may be a Companion to the Sovereign
Originated in England by Richard 2 and the equivalent of the English title Earl. Countess remains the same in the Imperial Peerage of Europa. Originally was a household companion of the emperor, while under the Franks he was a local commander and judge.
AUD $399,000

Sir ----------, Marquis of ---------                              Lady ---------, Marquise of ----------
A Marquis or Marquise owns a Marquisate and may be a Companion to the Sovereign
Title created by King Richard in 1385. Responsible for frontier territory called a march, and for defending and fortifying this land against hostile neighbours.
AUD $499,000

Sir ----------, Duke of ---------                                    Lady ---------, Duchess of ----------
A Duke or Duchess owns a Dukedom or Duchy and may be a Companion to the Sovereign
Title originally referred to a King, but was reassigned by Richard. Originated by Edward 3 in 1337. Traditionally a title given to sons of kings.
AUD $599,000
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