Peerage of the Empire of New Prussia

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The Peerage of New Prussia is a legal system comprising of hereditary and noble titles.

Peerages are created by the monarch of New Prussia by royal decree.

Nobility titles are purely honorary, and hold no practical, administrative, or political functions. Nobles are enrolled in the List of Noble-Elects, which is a list of eligible candidates who can be selected for a noble title.

History

The Peerage was created on 10 January 2021.

Ranks

There are six ranks, in descending order of hierarchy in English and German.

  • Duke/Duchess (Herzog/Herzogin)Manner of address: His/Her Grace. Spoken: Your Grace
  • Earl/Earless (Reichsgraf/Reichsgrafin)Manner of address: His/Her Grace. Spoken: Your Grace
  • Count/Countess (Graf/Grafin)Manner of address: The Right Honorable Example. Spoken: My Lord/Lady.
  • Viscount/Viscountess (Untergraf/Untergrafin)Manner of address: The Right Honorable Example. Spoken: My Lord/Lady.
  • Baron/Baroness (Freiherr/Freiherr)Manner of address: The Right Honorable Example. Spoken: My Lord/Lady.
  • Lord/Lady (Herr/Herrin) Manner of address: The Right Honorable Example. Spoken: My Lord/Lady.

New Prussian Nobility

Dukes/Duchesses

Earls/Earlesses

Counts/Countesses

Viscounts/Viscountesses

Barons/Baronesses

Lords/Ladies

References