The Late Medieval period saw the advent of Plate Armor, among many advances in weapons and defenses through the 15th and 16th centuries. Plate Armoured figures from this line would be found in conflicts beginning with the later part of the Hundred Years War (1337-1453). Other figures from the High Medieval (or Mid Medieval) period can also be used with these figures as the use of mail, brigandine and gambeson remained common forms of armor for lesser (common) troop types until around the 16th or 17th centuries.
- 18x Foot/Infantry Command figures
- 6x officers
- 6x standards
- 6x musicians
- Scale: 10mm (1:150)
- Materials: White Metal (contains lead)
Models supplied unpainted, may require assembly