Save 15% on the normal retail price for these moulds of English Medieval soldiers.
The Knight, wearing a pigfaced helmet, fighting on foot. These are the elite of the Medieval soldiers and although they were often mounted as cavalry, they fought in melee as well. Knights were often wealthy lords, or relatives of lords, who trained for years to be excellent fighters. If they were captured in battle they were often spared from torture and kept in reasonable comfort and later ransomed back to their families or Kings. Other prisoners were not so lucky.
The English Archer, an extremely important soldier as they could kill from a distance and could slay a knight before he even began to enter combat (knights thought this was 'unfair' and cowardly.
An English Billman (similiar to a pikeman), who uses that fierce weapon to kill mounted troops and combat infantry.
Sergeant (sergeaunte): This title is not the same as modern versions of non-commissioned officers, but refers to common soldiers who serve a Lord or Knight.
All moulds excluding the mounted figure are double moulds, the mounted knight is three moulds due to the inclusion of the horse.