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. Nobles are mainly created for the recognition of their outstanding service(s) to the empire.

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.

Digital Coronets

These are the crowns/coronets of the empire. The files of the coronets do not belong to the creator of this page except the New Prussian Imperial Crown.

Crown of New Prussia.png New Prussian Imperial Crown Crown of Prussia.pngNew Bavarian Crown Tudor Crown (heraldry).svgCrown of New Saxony Heraldic Royal Crown (Common).svgCrown of Biberdamm Coronet of a Child of the Sovereign.svgCoronet of a Prince and of a Crown Prince

Dukecoronet.png Coronet of a Archduke and a Duke Earlcoronet.png Coronet of a Earl Coronet of a Marquess.svg Coronet of a Count Coronet of a Viscount.svg Coronet of a Viscount Coronet of a Baron.svg Coronet of a Baron

New Prussian Royalty

Crown/Coronet Title Holder Created Notes
Crown of New Prussia.png Emperor/Emperess of New Prussia Emperor August IV 25 May 2018
Coronet of a Child of the Sovereign.svg Crown Prince(ss) of New Prussia Prince Colton 25 May 2018 Brother of August Harms
Crown of Prussia.png King/Queen of New Bavaria King August IV 25 May 2018
Tudor Crown (heraldry).svg King/Queen of New Saxony King Colton I 11 February 2019
Heraldic Royal Crown (Common).svg King/Queen of Biberdamm Queen Diana I 30 March 2011 Maternal grandmother of August IV
Coronet of a Child of the Sovereign.svg Prince(ss) of New Hanover Prince Eugene I 15 February 2019 Emperor-Father of August IV
Coronet of a Child of the Sovereign.svg Crown Prince of New Bavaria Prince Colton 25 May 2018
Coronet of a Child of the Sovereign.svg Crown Prince of Biberdamm Prince Joseph 30 March 2011 Maternal Uncle of August IV and Prince Colton
Dukecoronet.png Archduke/Archduchess of Clinton Archduke Gene 30 May 2018 Grand Uncle of August IV and Prince Colton
Dukecoronet.png Duke/Duchess of Lowden August Harms 25 May 2018

New Prussian Nobility

Titles granted to individuals.

Dukecoronet.pngDukes/Duchesses

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Earlcoronet.pngEarls/Earlesses

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Coronet of a Marquess.svgCounts/Countesses

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Coronet of a Viscount.svgViscounts/Viscountesses

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Coronet of a Baron.svgBarons/Baronesses

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Lords/Ladies

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Knights/Dames

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References