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.
Weapons…armour…and other fighting accessories were expensive to produce. So treasured swords, battleaxes, suits of chain mail even helmets were often passed down from father to son for several generations. That’s why it was not uncommon to see a knight or a man-at-arms dressed and equipped in a military fashion that might have existed fifty, sixty or even a hundred years before. As today the wealthiest armies could afford the very latest arms, armour and fighting accouterments to take to the field. The rest had to make do with what they had and what they could afford.
This time the Saracen's are defending a castle, with the Crusaders attacking. So future releases will include Saracen's and a Castle Frontage to name a few.
Scale 1:32. Can be used with existing Britains and Russian Medieval Collections.