German Nobility Titles for Sale

German Nobility Titles

The story of the German Nobility, correctly referred to using its original name Adel, is one that started centuries ago and was all but ended on the 11th August 1919 with the formation of the Weimar Republic.

For hundreds of years, various historic entities, from the Holy Roman Empire to the German Confederation and ultimately the German Empire, had bestowed Noble Titles on individuals. However, with the formation of the Weimar Republic, all legal privileges of the royalty and nobility were abolished, with no further Noble Titles conferred by the Federal Republic of Germany.

But this isn’t in fact where the story of German Nobility ends. While German Nobles could no longer enjoy the same privileges, hereditary titles were still permitted to be used, passed on to heirs, or even sold; and as a social class that was an elite group that dominated the social, economic and political life throughout the region, it’s hardly surprising that German Noble Titles are still just as popular amongst historians and enthusiasts today.

The status of the German Noble Titles is immense. This is why, even today, wealthy industrialists eager to move up through the ranks of society are prepared to spend lavish amounts of money to obtain these titles, with a view to arranging powerful marriage alliances.

In the past, German Noble Titles were owned by very powerful figures such as members of the Electoral College of Princes of the Holy Roman Empire, or distinguished landowners, high-ranking military officers and Prussian Junkers. Many German title owners possessed immense feudal estates near the eastern borders of the empire, such as the Balkans, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Slovenia, the Baltic Countries or Ukraine and Romania.

With a belief in their own superiority, German Nobles were traditionally rich and powerful, benefiting from the respect that this afforded them, as well as the reputation established by their ancestors, when it came to advancing their agendas. The oldest and most common German Noble Title were Baronies - a title that had close military ties, with many young Barons choosing the duty and honour of a military career.

German Count and Prince titles are also available, but naturally, these are much scarcer and have a higher intrinsic value due to their rarity and position in the aristocratic hierarchy.

Our resources and research capabilities are unrivalled when it comes to sourcing genuine, hereditary German titles for our clients, and securing their proper and legal transfer.

Genuine German Noble Titles represent an incredible opportunity for discerning individuals with an appreciation for their history and exclusivity. Find out more about the available German titles below.

Contact us today to secure your very own German Noble Title. Simply complete 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.

Great Offers

French or Italian or German Feudal Barony

4900€

Offer expires: March 2020

We advise you to analyse this carefully and contact us at your earliest convenience, as this offer at this price is only possible due to unexpected circumstances and it is not likely to last due to the exceptionally good price of the offer. If you want the practical advantages, prestige and personal benefit associated with the ownership of a title and belonging to the feudal aristocracy, this is a very good occasion to do so. Time is of the essence.

This offer expires next March when it will be deleted from our website. Please contact us and enquire.

Count Title for Sale: Exceptional Grafdom

6900€

Offer expires: December 2020

Exceptional Offer, as the Graf Title comes with the attached Dignity of Count Palatine. High Intrinsic & Historical Value.

Germanic County ready for conveyancing. A really old and ancient Feudal Title. An exceptional opportunity and a rare occasion, as these titles are very hard to come by.

It comes together with the title of Count Palatine. It is unusual that we can offer two Germanic Graf-Count Titles for this reduced fee. We recommend to the clients interested to enquire soon. Experience indicates us that we may have to wait another two years in order to be able to offer again titles of this quality and with these features.

The price is of 6900€ payable by PayPal or Bank Wire.

Legal documents shipping within in a few weeks after successful completion of the legal work and proceedings.

Please contact us and enquire.

Rarity: French Barony With Germanic Name

6900€

Offer expires: December 2020

French Barony With Germanic Name From Alsace or Lorraine.

Preliminary reports from our research team of historians, lawyers and genealogists suggest that there is strong evidence of a very exceptional, ancient and prestigious French-Germanic Feudal Barony Title from Alsace or Lorraine of an extremely rare quality and value that could be obtained for our clients. French Baronies with Germanic names are a rarity, and very much sought after. This title has an extremely high intrinsic value.

We will convey this rare and unique Feudal Title through solicitors to ensure your protection. The title is inheritable (as all the titles we offer), and it has a superb and truly fascinating history and background.

The price is of 6,900€ by PayPal or Bank Wire.

Prestigious French-German Titles are now extremely hard to come by. However, we have done it again. Now, it is available on our books an excellent quality Barony. Our Lawyers will get this title for you.

Please contact us and enquire.

VERY OLD GERMAN BARONY

5900€

Offer expires: December 2020

We have now available for our customers an exceptional quality German Feudal Barony.

Our researchers have found an excellent German noble title of Baron. The legal transfer of the title is made through solicitors. The title has a very distinguished historical existence and has a very beautiful coat of arms.

GERMAN BARONY coat of arms.

Price: 5900€ payable via PayPal or Bank Wire.

Please contact us and enquire.

To take advantage of any of these great offers, 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.