Here are Past Fief Auctions and Sales
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1) Fief Fauville
Ancient Guernsey feudal title sells for £23,000 - BBC News
Nov 28, 2014 - An ancient Guernsey feudal title has sold for
£23,000 at auction. The
Fief Fauville covers 263
vergees - equal to 106 acres or 431,000 sq m - in ...
2) Fief Carteret
Seigneur de Carteret An ancient Guernsey feudal title is to be sold at auction for about
£30,000. Sunday, 23 November, 2003, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/guernsey/3229634.stm
3) Fief Sausmarez
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LOT:128 | Guernsey.- Amice Andros Seigneur of the Fief de ...
Forum Auctions, LOT:128 - Guernsey.- Amice Andros Seigneur of
the Fief de Sausmarez
relating to rents in St Peter's Port, Guernsey, D.s.
4) Fief Fauville
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Fief Fauville - UK Auctioneers | Auction Catalogues
Nov 27, 2014 - LIVE Bidding in Online Auctions for Antiques,
Collectables and Fine Art. ... Fief Fauville - St Sampson,
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5) Fief la Motte
The Fief de la Motte, Jersey - Bonhams
The Fief de la Motte consists of two
branches, one in the parish of St Helier and ... The sale of the fief by Lord Carteret to Jean
Dumaresq on 2nd February 1721 ...
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6) Fief de Massy Gros
Fief de Massy Gros An opportunity to purchase an important G
Sep 13, 2018 - Buy online, view images and
see past prices for Fief
de Massy Gros An ... Please contact Martel Maides Auctions for details prior to
7) ) Fief Mauxmarquis
Lordships at bargain-basement prices - UPI Archives - UPI.com
Oct 25, 1987 - The going
price for a 'Lordship of the Manor,' entitling you simply to list the title with your
name on your credit card or checkbook, is $16,000. The Fief
expected to bring in about 40,000 pounds, or $64,000, on
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Nobility and Titles in France - Heraldica
Jun 18, 2008 - It
is important to understand that a created title is nothing but a fief (that
is, ... The legal maxim was "pas de seigneur
sans terre, pas de terre sans ... Created titles could not be transferred
with the sale of
the land, unless ...
But the ordonnance of Blois of 1578 made it impossible for a commoner who purchased
a titled fief (
fief de dignité
) to acquire the title; however, it implicitly allowed that a noble purchaser could
acquire the title, although some jurists thought that the purchaser required the
assent of the king. A commoner owning a county could call himself "lord of
the county of X", and collect feudal dues and domanial rights, but he was not
"count of X".