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Why Be A Queen When You Can Be a Lord or Lady Instead?

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Established Titles that will help benefit the environment and save the woodlands on the estate for generations to come. And now through Monday, Established Titles is celebrating the occasion of our country’s independence with a special Fourth of July sale!Potential members of the Scottish aristocracy can purchase plots of land from one square foot or larger, and all come with an actual title.

Ladyship and Lordship packages start as low as $50, and additional title packages are available for couples and families. Each package comes with a personalized certificate showing your new title and is suitable for framing or as a gentle reminder to others of your new station in life.Plus, you’ll be doing your part to protect the environment because each purchase of a plot of land and title will help keep the woodland areas free from further development.

A sample title certificate just waiting for your name “Every Lordship or Ladyship title pack contributes to the preservation and protection of woodland areas in Scotland,” Established Titles says on its website. “As the intention is for the land to be kept in its natural state, we ask that all interested parties do bear this in mind.”Adding a title to your name might also help you gain newfound respect, at least according to one happy patron.“Since the purchase of my two lots for my wife and myself, I have noticed a difference in the service and level of etiquette shown towards us,” one new Lord posted.Titles often come with other unexpected benefits as well.“Lords don’t take out the trash,” another Lord explained.And now through July 4, you can take part in a special sale with discounted titles, such as a BOGO offer on their most basic title package.

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