Foot Knights (B)
These knights in late 15th century harness or armour.
The knight on the left carries an alsphiss, a weapon designed to punch though plate armour. He wears a highly fluted and cusped european ‘gothic’ harness of the kind worn in Germany, France and less occasionally in England.
The central figure wears a heraldic tabard and a western european harness, note the brass helmet ornaments, knights like this would have been seen leading armies during the Wars of the Roses.
The right-hand figure wears a western european harness of the type seen in England France and the Low Countries.
This pack includes a standard bearer, in coat and riding boots.
These figures have heads attached and weapons are cast separately for assembly to the figure.