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King & Country Medieval Collection

Scale 54mm / 1:32, made in Pewter..

Crusader - Cross & Crescent - Updated February 1, 2019!

Covering the period of the earlier crusades from 1096-1204. This effectively covers the first four Crusades up to and including the sacking of Constantinople.

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Saracens - Updated March 1, 2019!

In the year 1187, the Muslim leader Saladin re-conquered the city of Jerusalem as well as most of the Crusader strongholds throughout the Holy Land. In response, the kings of Europe including Frederick Babarossa of Germany, Phillip of France and Richard I of England (the Lionheart) mounted a campaign to rescue the city. The Third Crusade was underway.

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King Arthur & The Knights of the Round Table

With the story of King Arthur, his Knights and that very famous "Round Table" it's exceedingly hard to separate mystery, myth and legend from the few known facts that are available.

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Robin Hood

Over the centuries our hero has had many names... Robin, Earl of Huntington... Robin of Loxley.... Robyn of York.... and many, many others. However, one thing all the stories agree upon was that he was a highly skilled archer and swordsman. In addition, he is often portrayed as "robbing from the rich and giving to the poor". And traditionally, he was also garbed in "a coat of Lincoln Green"... particularly useful and sensible if you are going to hide out from your enemies in a forest!

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Joust

Jousting was one of the ways medieval Knights tested and practiced their "Skill-At-Arms" when they were not actually in battle. Contests both on foot and mounted allowed them perfect their fighting skills and prepare them for the real thing.

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