Crusader Knights Value-Added Set Order the complete SIX figures and you hold onto some extra cash! Notice: Set includes MK183, MK189, MK191-194.
Standing Knight w/Flag & Shield.
The mighty and righteous warrior himself, mounted on a fine Arabian steed directing the battle.Mounted Saladin
A simply stunning, mounted flag-bearer of Saladin's own bodyguard regiment.
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Attacking Crusader w/ Sword.
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Charging Crusader w/ Lance.
A superb study of another fighting man-of-the-church and finally, the piece de resistance"..."
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A magnificent mounted portrait of the English monarch most closely associated with the Crusades and Crusaders. Here, he charges into battle fearing nothing but his God...
This Norman-Irish Knight charges into battle with battle-axe ready to strike.
A Scottish Knight who fought alongside Richard the Lionheart and was one of his standard-bearers.
Not all Medieval clerics believed in "turning the other cheek!"
A knight is made ready for combat assisted by his kneeling squire. On a small nearby table rests his dagger, helmet, a flagon of ale and his shield.
Superbly detailed and colourfully painted this magnificent flagbearer will have a unique place in any Saracen Collection.
Another original piece that adds an extra dimension to these warriors of Saladin.
This great two-piece vignette captures the moment when the Scottish King is about to bring his battle axe down on de Bohun's head!
Another of King Philip’s retainers… this one from the King’s own household troops and carrying a smaller version of the Royal Banner
Signaling to his men this axe-wielding sergeant carefully moves forward. -
This famous Tuscan family had red and gold as their colours together with the “fleur de lys” as their emblem.
Another crusader knight from Tuscany…armed with a mace.
Charging forward lance and pennant to the fore!
Saladin may have been brave but he was not foolhardy! A troop of mounted bodyguards always rode with him…Here is one of them.
Accompanying Saladin was his personal standard bearer with a richly decorated triangular religious banner complete with a verse from the Koran.
A mace-wielding mounted Knight prepares to do battle.
Another mounted Knight, William of Bordes, carrying his family’s banner.
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Wounded Crusader Knight.
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Lance held diagonally across the front of his body this Knight is ready to unhorse his opponent.
As he struggles to control his mount this Knight prepares to “parry” his opponent’s lance.
The Jousting Barrier Usually made of wood and decorated with six different shields (3 on each side) this barrier avoided collisions of both horse and rider. Notice: Approx. : 11"(L)...
Crouched behind his large shield this Man-at-arms prepares for the enemy...
A Germanic Man-at-arms fires into the enemy horde.
As he keeps a watchful eye on the enemy another German Man-at-Arms prepares his next ‘shot’.
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Another Crusader Crossbowman prepares to shoot again.
This medium size weapon had been in use since Ancient Roman times and could prove deadly. Our rock-firing version is manned by one Crusader...backed up by others.
This is one of the back-up crews of the “Ballista”. Here manfully carrying a stretcher full of large stones towards the weapon these two men-at-arms make their way forward.
A pair of blood-thirsty Islamic warriors descend on a fallen Germanic knight.
This Germanic horseman falls to the ground as his mount is fatally wounded. When surrounded and attacked by the MK134 set his outlook is looking desperate...no matter how bravely he...
With the Germanic-style eagle at the top and the simple black and white colours this little tented structure belongs to a Knight from north of the Rhine.
A simple red on white crusader cross and the colours signify the presence of an English Knight.