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== Gallery of artwork ==
 
Declan is well-known for his artwork, having created and published a number of drawings and paintings, many of them portraits.
 
 
<center><gallery widths="140px" heights="140px" perrow="6">
 
File:PrincessMother.jpg|A portrait of Princess Michelle of Wilcsland, 2011.
 
File:Barry I.jpg|A picture of King Barry I of South Bank, 2010/11.
 
File:Pope Alexander I.jpg|A picture of Pope Alexander I, 2010/11.
 
File:QueenFrancesI.jpg|A portrait of Queen Frances I of Moylurg and Wilcsland, 2010.
 
File:John.jpg|A picture of King John I of Saqqara, 2010.
 
File:Frances I print.jpg|A portrait of Queen Frances I of Moylurg, 2010.
 
File:DrawingQueenElizabethII.jpg|A portrait of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, 2010.
 
File:Queen Elizabeth II Painting.jpg|A painting of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, 2011.
 
File:ICDA.png|A self-portrait, 2010.
 
File:MichelleOfMoylurg.jpg|A portrait of Princess Michelle of Wilcsland, 2011.
 
File:KushiteKing.jpg|A picture of a King of Kush, 2010.
 
File:DeclanI.jpg|A self-portrait. 2010.
 
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== Titles, styles and arms ==
 
== Titles, styles and arms ==

Revision as of 03:12, 19 April 2017

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Titles, styles and arms

It is unknown what title and style Declan has used or claimed since being deposed from the throne of Wilcsland. He may use Kaiser Declan I as pretender to the throne of Ctoria, King William II as titular King of Erauqs, Lord Declan, Count of Borken as Count of Borken,[1] or Sir Declan Mac Donnchadha-Houghton, KOSE, KCCL as a Knight of the Order of the Sovereign Eagle and Knight Companion of the Community of Landashir.

Used in international relations

  • 1999 - 1 May 2002: HM Chieften Nectombetec II
  • 1 May 2002 - 7 March 2010: HM King Declan I
  • 7 March 2010 - April 2010: HIM King Tanwetamani
  • April 2010 - 8 December 2010: HM King Declan I
  • 8 December 2010 - 16 December 2010: HR&IM King-Tsar Declan I
  • 16 December 2010 - 19 December 2010: HR&IM King-Tsar Declan I & V
  • 19 December 2010 - 14 January 2012: HR&IM King-Tsar-Emperor Declan I, II & V
  • 14 January 2012 - 20 January 2013: HR&IM King-Kaiser-Emperor Declan I, II & V
  • 20 January 2013 - 31 December 2014: HM King-Kaiser Declan I & II

Used in Wilcsland and its immediate predecessor states

  • 1999 - 1 May 2002: HM Chieften Nectombetec II
  • 1 May 2002 - 7 March 2010: HM King Declan I
    • 2009 - 2010: King Lion (alternative Corranese regnal name)
  • 7 March 2010 - April 2010: HIM King Tanwetamani
  • April 2010 - 15 February 2011: HM King Declan I
  • 15 February 2011 - 31 December 2014: HM King Ptolemy I Helios

Used in Orly and Copan

  • 19 July 2010 - 8 December 2010: HM King Declan I
  • 8 December 2010 - 14 January 2012: HIM Tsar Declan I
  • 14 January 2012 - 24 June 2013: HM King Declan I

Used in New Wessex

  • 14 January 2012 - 31 December 2014: HM King Declan I

Used in Austenasia

  • 19 December 2010 - 20 January 2013: HIM Emperor Declan I

Arms

Declan I used the Royal Standard of New Wessex (and formerly the Imperial Standard of Austenasia) as his personal heraldic banner. He also had a royal and imperial cypher representing him as an individual, used when he was both King and Emperor.

Ancestry


Awards and decorations

Flag of Austenasia.png Knight Protector of the Crown Prince: 4/5/2010 - 20/1/2013
Flag of Kremlum Sandus.jpg Knight of the Order of the Sovereign Eagle, Second Class: 9/9/2010
Flag of Austenasia.png Knight of Honour in the Glorious Order of St. John: 18/9/2010 - 19/12/2010
Flag of angador.png Lord of the Royal Order of St. Christopher: 20/12/2010
FlagofSandus.png Ribbon of Flora: 21/4/2011
File:Antarctico londaise.png Companion of the Community of Landashir: 3/1/2012
File:Flag_Sch.PNG Order of Plum Flower: 4/5/2012
File:ArboreaFlag.jpg Order of the Trout: 30/12/2012


Preceded by:
Esmond III
Longest reigned Monarch of Austenasia
22 July 2012 - 22 February 2015
Succeeded by:
Jonathan I

Notes

  1. The title "Count of Borken" was granted to Declan by Sebastian I during his short reign as German Emperor.