French Count Titles for Sale

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Why Buy A French Count Title?

Among all of the French nobility titles for sale, Count titles are enduringly sought-after.

This prestigious title is an investment that can become a good heirloom, as they make an excellent foundation for building a great legacy of noble lineage for your family

For those with even grander visions of aristocratic dynasty, buying a French Count Title means you are longer limited by the ancient laws of primogeniture, ie that only the male line or eldest son can inherit the title.

These hereditary noble titles can be passed on to future generations according to your wishes, whether that’s a daughter, younger son, even a distant relative – you may even like to create a junior branch of noble French Counts within your family.

These prestigious titles are also great for cultural engagement and historical connection, establishing lifelong bonds with the France’s endlessly appealing culture and history.

Becoming a French Count or Countess offers the opportunity to upgrade your status to an esteemed and captivating new identity – one rich with ancient legends and the dazzling legacy of the French noble classes.


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The History Of The French Count Title

Within the hierarchy of ancient French Nobility, the position of a Count, or Compte, signified the holder or possessor of a county, but it wasn’t until the beginning of the Carolingian dynasty and the establishment of the Holy Roman Empire that the title of Count became commonplace in French aristocracy.

The traditional role for French Counts was the civil and military governance of an area, usually on the outer edges of the Empire, and he would rank amid the higher echelons of the French Nobility, appointed by a Duke, Marquis or in some instances, the King himself – making these Counts important figures in the French Royal Court.

As French noble titles of some of the most esteemed noble families, the hereditary lineage of a Count could also represent more regal connections, as in the case of Prince Philippe of Orléans, Count of Paris, who was heir apparent to the French throne and the grandson of King Louis Phillipe I.

Perhaps the most illustrious bearer of this French noble title was the fictional Count of Monte Christo, famously brought to life in the nineteenth century by the French novelist Alexandre Dumas.

Another famous and historic character from the cast of noble French Counts, is the legendary Count of Champagne, known as the Crusader Count for his eminent role in the Christian Crusades during the 12th century.


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Why Choose Us When Buying Your French Count Title?

We can find and locate French Count Titles from several regions in France, always with an extremely rich history.

Our knowledge, resources and expertise mean we are uniquely capable of researching French Nobility Titles to discover suitable matches for our clients, ensuring their authenticity and facilitating their fully-legal transfer.

Discerning individuals with an interest in these genuine, hereditary French titles can contact us today using the enquiry form in the sidebar or get in touch with our Geneva office directly between 10.00-19.00, Monday to Friday on +41 225 181 360.

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Great Offers – Buy French Count Title



Offer expires: December 2024

Few Left, reaching the point of unavailability.

After very careful preliminary research we can offer now this exceptional opportunity at an exceptional price. There are very few titles of French “Comte” available. It would be wise to secure one of them when it is still possible. If you feel like it, please be so kind to enquire.

Price: 6900€ payable via PayPal or Bank Wire.

Please contact us and enquire.

To take advantage of this great offer, get in touch using the enquiry form in the sidebar or you can contact our Geneva office directly between 10.00-19.00, Monday to Friday on +41 225 181 360.

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