Not based up yet, as there´s a load more that need doing and then they will be based according to which "battle Group" they belong to.
English Cavalry of Edward I
Military order Sergeants
Russian Medieval Horsemen (De Vescy´s new nag)
A couple of the Lances come from the Zvezda French Knights set.
From left to right, Aymer de Valence, Thomas Erkedekne, Gilbert De Clare and ...well I liked the colour scheme. It´s the same as the Earl of Norfolks , Per pale or and vert but it hasn´t got the lion rampant gules.
A couple of them like Gilbert de Clare have already turned up elsewhere on the blog so only close ups of the latest ones.
Giles de Argentine ("For me, I am not of custom to
fly, nor shall I do so now") and Robert Fitzwalter , 1st Baron Fitzwalter.
One Thing worth noting about Robert is that the coat-of-arms on his shield are imprinted. In fact a lot of the bods in the set have imprinted coat-of -arms, several of which, like Roberts, have historical accuracy. So far I´ve noticed(after cutting off shields and slicing of heraldry on surcoats) C.o.A´s that could pass, (apart from the obvious George cross) for;
David de Brechin, (using the pics at PSR....third from left top row)
John 1st Baron of Amand (third row from top, ist on the left)
William Sampson or alternatively William Latimer of Corby (top row, ist on the right)
Marmeduke de Tweng, 1st Baron Tweng and Henry de Bohun. Henry will get based seperately as he didn´t spend a whole lot of time at the battle due to an unforeseen headache.
Sir Rodger Mortimer de Chirk
William de Vescy of Kildare has got himself a new nag´.