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Set includes King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, The Wizard Merlin, 11 Knights, The Round Table, The King’s Chair and 12 Additional Chairs. Notice: Set includes MK137-140, 143, 146-155 and SP118 x...
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.
A Scottish Knight who fought alongside Richard the Lionheart and was one of his standard-bearers.
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. -
Charging forward lance and pennant to the fore!
As he keeps a watchful eye on the enemy another German Man-at-Arms prepares his next ‘shot’.
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.
This standing Crusader Warrior Knight was inspired by an illustration by the late, great Angus McBride (1931-2007), one of the finest historical illustrators in the UK. In a long and...
Producing top quality ‘weapons of war’ for the Knights and Nobility was always the work of a skilled metal-work craftsman. This new figure is hard-at-work at his anvil crafting a...
There are many legends surrounding the events that led Arthur to become King and to eventually establish his castle at Camelot and to form his ‘Knights of the Round Table’....
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“Richard I”... “Good King Richard”... “Richard Coeur de Lion”, call him what you will, was King of England from 1189 until his death in 1199. He was also Duke of...
This warrior may look casually-relaxed but he is also ready at a moment’s notice to cut his enemy down. Great house, castles and noblemen have always had the requirement for...
With his large long Norman-style shield protecting the length of his body this fighting Knight is about to strike a deadly blow!
This English bowman kneels down to let fly an arrow at his Saracen opponents... A large ‘Cross of St. George’ on his surcoat.
A fighting Man-at-Arms wields his mighty and cruel-looking halberd towards the opposition.
Facing the enemy this English bowman is about to open fire.
One of England’s most famous and revered Kings, even today. This mounted figure is dressed in full “Crusader” garb and thrusting his sword skyward. The figure itself is modelled on...
Sir William also known as ‘The Red Knight’ at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. A native of Cumberland in the North West of England he had friends and enemies...
Sir William’s opponent, Sir John Ross of Galloway hails from the south west part of Scotland and was an early supporter of Robert the Bruce, King of Scots from 1306-1329....
Clutching his ‘sword arm’ this Man-At-Arms is still prepared to fight.
Most medieval collectors are more than familiar with the Mel Gibson movie “Braveheart”, the semi fictional exploits of one of Scotland’s greatest heroes. The real Sir William Wallace was a...
Virtually all of the ‘Hospitaller Crossbowmen’ were either French or Italian in origin. Both countries specialized in this weapon and favoured it over the more traditional long-bow.
In among our Lazarists are two regular Crusader fighting knights... This axeman is about to strike a powerful blow with his double-handed axe.
Charging forward, sword held high, this second Crusader is taking no prisoners!
Wielding the two-handed battle-axe this fighting knight is about give some unfortunate Saracen a splitting headache!
This Templar knight celebrates another victory.
Another senior Templar knight, helmet in hand, shouts order to his men.
Sir Archibald (1298-1333) was another Scottish nobleman and military leader during the struggle for Scotland’s independence. A son of the Douglas family and a friend of Robert The Bruce (1274-1329)...
Another great 4-man action set with an all-new colour variation.
Saladin (1137-1193) was a Sunni Moslim of Kurdish ancestry who at the height of his military power ruled Egypt, Syria, Upper Mesopotamia, the Hejaz, Yemen and other parts of North...
Saladin’s own small standard carried by one of his small retinue of personal bodyguards.