Friday, 23 November 2012

28 mm Gripping Beast Norman Cavalry x 12

Status: SOLD  on at a bargain price of £144.00.
This unit rides beneath the lozengy argent and gules banner of the Barons of Bec, companions of the conqueror. Early proto-heraldic designs were employed by the Normans, one of these knights has the coat of arms attributed to Ivo de Tailbois, Hereward the Wakes adversary.
Each horse is mounted individually  and then attached to a movement tray by a magnetic strip and steel paper. The movement trays are of 2 x 4 horses and 2 x 2 horses allowing for  formations of 4 x 3,2 x 6, 1 x 12.

Above the 12 mounted Knights(now sold) pictured with 12 dismounted Knights which also recently sold on ebay for the bargain price of £94.00.

These units will be followed by a unit of 16 Archers
                                                     24   largely unarmoured infantry
                                                      5 mounted command figures including William I

 possibly followed by some casualities. Thinking of bundling these units up under one lot and selling them as an Warhammer Ancient Battles army when finished.

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