Palfrey 1
Historical Products, Robin Hood Products

Medieval Warhorses II

A bit late with this post, but here goes... This month saw the release of four new mounts for your knights and men-at-arms. They were previously used to mount a variety of our Robin Hood miniatures; in order of the pictures below, these are the Saracen Mercenary, Norman Captain, Sir Guy of Gisbourne and the… Continue reading Medieval Warhorses II

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Empress Matilda
Historical Products, Robin Hood Products

Stephen & Matilda

March also sees the release of a couple of our historical personalities. They will be featured in our Historical and Robin Hood ranges. These miniatures are slotta based in keeping with our Robin Hood and fantasy ranges to allow them to be used for a variety of functions. We wanted to produce some figures that… Continue reading Stephen & Matilda

Shield Set - Sheriff
Historical Products, Robin Hood Products

Shield & Decal Sets

Although we have had these products in our catalogue for a long time we decided that it would be a good idea to actually sell them separately. Many gamers wish to standardise the look of their men-at-arms, and what better way than through shields that are available alongside sets of decals? These sets will be… Continue reading Shield & Decal Sets

Stag Hunt (white metal)
Robin Hood Products

Norman Hunting Parties

These sets were created to be something a little different. Most wargames miniatures are combat oriented but many customers ask for non-combatant style miniatures that they can use for dioramas, game objectives or just plain wargames table decoration. Our monks and nuns proved very popular, but we wanted something a little less austere, so we… Continue reading Norman Hunting Parties

Saracen Mercenary (white metal)
Robin Hood Products

Saracen Mercenary

Many knights and nobles journeyed to the Holy Land as pilgrims. Some brought back fine spices and other wares, some brought back previously unknown customs, and yet others brought back warriors of distant origin. These warriors fought in different ways to the European knight, looked exotic (and sometimes scary), and were therefore handy henchmen for… Continue reading Saracen Mercenary