I recently put the command section up for sale on Ebay.
Right shows this auction lot of Ralph de Gael and his standard bearer, they sold for £36.00, a very fair price considering the amount of work put in to them.
This picture shows the detail put into this 28mm figure of Earl Ralph, showing his coat of arms, which are still the arms of the county of Norfolk today.
Ralph died upon the first Crusade.
Some time ago I was commissioned to paint Normans from the Guiscard De Hautville family.
Research on early Heraldry revealed that the chequered red and white Maltese flag may have originated from this family.
There was also some evidence from Sicily that another branch of the family may have had a emblem of three argent lions passant on a sable field. The figures were painted in both colours and represented two sides of this Family.