Titles and Styles
- 29 August 1728 – 9 July 1747 Her Serene Highness Princess Maria Anna Sophia of Saxony
- 9 July 1747 – 30 December 1777 Her Serene Highness The Electress of Bavaria
- 30 December 1777 – 17 February 1797 Her Serene Highness The Dowager Electress of Bavaria
|Name||Maria Anna Sophia Of Saxony|
|Date of birth||29 August 1728|
|Place of birth||Dresden Castle, Dresden|
|Date of death||17 February 1797|
|Place of death||Fürstenried Palace, Munich|
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