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Royal Title Registry
THE ULTIMATE ROYAL GIFT FOR ANY OCCASION
Royal Title Registration offers you a unique opportunity to give a "Royal Title" to yourself or someone else! Guaranteeing your place in royal history!
The Royal Registry is quickly becoming a real "Who's Who" in the "World's Kingdom of Royalty."
What do you get for the person who has everything?
Since 2000, we have given official "Royal Titles" to hundreds of individuals worldwide. So, whether it is to honor your daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, son, brother, father, or grandfather, a "Royal Title" makes a unique and welcome gift.
The Royal Registry's $49.95 gift package includes a beautiful, frameable, 11" x 14" full-color certificate in calligraphy. It is printed on parchment, personalized with name and "Royal Title" of your choice, and dedication date. It also comes with a letter of congratulations. These "Royal Titles" will appear in the book entitled "Your Place In The Kingdom", which will be kept in the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. This officially guarantees a place for someone in "Royal History." Future generations may use this to look up and identify the "Royal Title" held by this individual. The Royal Registry offers customers an opportunity to give a "Royal Title" to the person of their choice. "Royal Titles" have been given to pageant contestants and titleholders, family members, as special awards, to mark holidays, memorials, celebrate weddings, anniversaries, engagements, commemorate births, as corporate awards, for graduations, for incentive programs, for bosses, clergy and charitable organizations. "Customers are constantly presenting us with new reasons to give "royal titles", says owner, Holly Hardwick. Register your individual pageant title (past or present), your pageant (as a director), or an honorary title that you have created for yourself or someone special.
We work hard to provide our customers with the finest personal service available and we are committed to producing a gift package of superior quality and workmanship.
It really is a gift of a lifetime. Isn't there someone you think deserves a "Royal Title"?