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Battle of Hastings (1066 AD)


Designer
Matt Fritz
Status
In Print
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Available online (webpage)
Scale
The figures used were 1/72-scale plastics mounted two per stand, a mix from several sets. Revell from Germany used to make boxes of Normans and Saxons, but I wasn't able to find any. I was forced to improvise. The Normans were represented with figures from Italieri 6009: The Knights. The Saxons were more difficult to find. Italieri 6023: Russian Knights are a good match. They have the right helmets, shields, and weapons to serve as housecarls. The set also has some good foot and mounted leaders which were used for both sides, and some archers. The rest of the Saxon army was filled out with Revell from Germany English Foot Soldiers and French Knights.
Battle of Hastings (1066 AD)

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