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Peerage of France

The Peerage of France consisted of the highest-ranking members of the French nobility. The original twelve peers were constituted in time immemorial.
Starting from the 13th century, new peerages were created by the King of France. The coats of arms shown below depict the arms of the peer when the peerage was granted.
Peers who changed arms are marked with an asterisk (*), followed by a reference to titles later or formerly borne.
Peerages originally granted to more than one peer are marked with a double dagger (‡).
Peers | Coronations | Pairs Nés | Dukes
Original | Capet | Valois | Bourbon



Original | Capet | Valois | Bourbon



Original | Capet | Valois | Bourbon



Original | Capet | Valois | Bourbon



Original | Capet | Valois | Bourbon