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28mm Medieval, HYW- Burgundian Lord and standard bearer: This relates to a cavalry standard from the army of Charles the Bold that was captured at the ...

28mm Medieval, HYW- French Lord and standard bearer for Comte de la Marche

28mm Medieval, HYW- Burgundian Lord and standard bearer: This relates to a cavalry standard from the army of Charles the Bold that was captured at the ...

Wars of the Roses: 28mm figures of William Hastings & Standard bearer.

28mm Medieval, HYW- French Lord and standard bearer for Comte de la Marche

Just finished a Burgundian Lord and guidon bearer. The guidon relates to a Company guidon belonging to the Burgundian Army captured at Grandson in 1476 and ...

Burgundian knight c1470 28mm metal & plastic conversion

A company Guidon of the Burgundian army of Charles the Bold. The figure is a

Wars of the Roses Knights 28mm Perry miniatures: Sir Roger Kynaston. Fought on the Yorkist side at the Battle of Blore Heath 1459 where he slew Lord Audley ...

Medieval, HYW- Wars of the Roses Sir John de Clifford & banner bearer

28mm Melee, during the Wars of the Roses. The knight wearing the tabard is

Standard bearer for Sir John Conyers of Hornby, Wars of the Roses 1461; 28mm

Banner bearer for MARGARET OF ANJOU, Queen of England (1430-1482) during

A company Guidon of the Burgundian army of Charles the Bold. The figure is a 28mm hard plastic multi part figure from Perry Miniatures. The Guidon…

My version of : John Clifford, 9th Baron de Clifford, also 9th feudal baron

My version of some Hobilars/Scourers in 28mm scale. Depicting a unit of Light

A company Guidon of the Burgundian army of Charles the Bold. The figure is a 28mm hard plastic multi part figure from Perry Miniatures. The Guidon…

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Second of six new cavalry figures by me of a French Gendarme d' Ordinance for the Battle of Pavia 1525 (early Renaissance) Figure is a 28mm metal figure by ...

The standard of Saint Andrew (Andre) belonging to the 13th Company of the Burgundian

... recently talked about knights in 'blackened armour' so I thought I would try an example holding the Banner of St John the Evangelist from the Burgundian ...

... (and Burgundian) armies of the time. However, I did find enough useful figures to raise one unit of Knights and another of dismounted knights/men at ...

Burgundians

Wars of the Roses 28mm metal figures .Depicting the Lancastrian Command group Henry VI,

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Burgundians

"A unit of knights under the banners of Thibaud de Neufchatel, Maréchal de Bourgogne. The BannerKnightsCouchesFlagsBurgundyBannersMedievalLordMiniatures. "

Saxon Dog: Burgundian display game

Burgundians

Perry 28mm plastic Knight & casualty, c.1460 by Shiva

Bombard of Charles the Bold of Burgundy

Burgundians

Late medieval troops and banners

My favourite unit. Essex WotR Retinue longbowmen.

Guards of Charles the Bold & Soldier of Antoine, Grand Bastard of Burgundy, ...

28mm Plastics for the Swiss-Burgundian Wars

Medieval Burgundian Cannon

Medieval Burgundian Cannon. The gun carriage and barrel from the Redbox Hussite artillery set, the wheels from the Hat Gardner gun set, heads swopped or ...

Minifigs longbowmen painted by my wife many years ago!

The gun carriage and barrel from the Redbox Hussite artillery set, the wheels from the Hat Gardner gun set, heads swopped or taken from Accurate´s Hundred ...

... Minifigs archers, quite a few Essex and Citadel, Hotspur crossbowmen (Hotspur were apprently bought by Old Glory to start their Revenge Medieval line), ...

Command rebased . I´ve added two bods from RedBox and the drummer..a converted Revell Knight.

... Minifigs archers, quite a few Essex and Citadel, Hotspur crossbowmen (Hotspur were apprently bought by Old Glory to start their Revenge Medieval line), ...

During both the later HYW and the Hussite Wars, it became common for the heavily armored Knights to ride to battle but dismount and fight on foot.

Halbardiers. A generic term as not all are armed with halberds. Bods from RedBox, Italeri and Caeser.

Burgundian Troops mid to late Century

But here are some pictures of their first incarnation, the Burgundian Ordonnance Company army of Charles the Bold (1433-1477).

Paul´s Bods: English Archers in Burgundian service.

It has been a while since I finished the Swiss Pike and I hope to start a new Pike bloc sometime in next few months, a mix of pro Gloria and foundry ...

The Saga forum is advertising the new factions for early next year and Scots will be included as well as Bretons. So it's goodbye to the Welsh and my Scots ...

Finally a preview of the Swiss! These are mostly Old Glory with some Essex command in the middle. I`ve got over 2 dozen stands waiting to be painted and ...

Really fine sculpting on these!

Mercenary pike mostly made by Naismith. I first showed them to you here, but they`ve been rebased. The ensign is another Citadel figure and I don't know who ...

... and also because I didn't put them in the Tag List at the time; I thought I'd shove them in a 'News, Views', to highlight them again.

The Burgundians make better progress than the French and reach the outskirts of the town in double quick time.

Somewhat oddly, the Old Glory Hussite range doesn't include ANY command figures, foot or mounted!

... Minifigs archers, quite a few Essex and Citadel, Hotspur crossbowmen (Hotspur were apprently bought by Old Glory to start their Revenge Medieval line), ...

Some not great shots of the few Perry HYW Longbow units I painted in July 2008.

... idea of them displaying some affinity to Edward IV, but in the end i went the safest and most plausable route and painted them straight up Burgundians!

... and his right Lord Hastings. At the back is Richard IIIs mounted retinue, not accurate for Barnet and Tewkesbury but could not be left out of the photo ...

Medieval Burgundian Cannon. The gun carriage and barrel from the Redbox Hussite artillery set, the wheels from the Hat Gardner gun set, heads swopped or ...

The Burgundians stayed in column and made good time approaching along their road.

Let's get Medieval!

... idea of them displaying some affinity to Edward IV, but in the end i went the safest and most plausable route and painted them straight up Burgundians!

Somewhat oddly, the Old Glory Hussite range doesn't include ANY command figures, foot or mounted!

It seems that Jeanne d'Arc actually wrote to the Hussites, imploring them to forsake their heresies, and threatening them with the Wrath of God if they did ...

A couple of commanders with their personal banners. More Citadel figures with made up heraldry.

It turns out this figure was meant to represent the French HYW commander Étienne de Vignolles, called La Hire (1390 – 1443). His actual arms were Noir, ...

... and his right Lord Hastings. At the back is Richard IIIs mounted retinue, not accurate for Barnet and Tewkesbury but could not be left out of the photo ...

Lord Warren's Retinue approached the town of Greenstead along the South Western road, having secretly nominated this point, whilst his Burgundian ...

... idea of them displaying some affinity to Edward IV, but in the end i went the safest and most plausable route and painted them straight up Burgundians!

In spite of all the unpainted stuff in my lead pile, I am of course excited by the new stuff from the Perry's, and if they ever release mounted Men-at-Arms ...

And here's the pics of the high Standard miniatures:

As I say, they are Wargames Standard, a standard which I don't paint any more and I'll include some better (and consequently more expensive!) standard ...

At the gate, the defenders were waiting in mass for Lord Smithson's men as they fought their way inside. I had 16 x dice and I needed to roll 5's to cause ...

Charles is I think, an old RAFM figure but is now out of production. He used to be wielding an axe, but it broke off recently and had to be replaced with ...

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I might do a standard bearer for them sometime down the line, but it's not a priority for the moment.

De Molay is said to have been born in a part of Burgundy then ruled by the Holy Roman Empire, and had joined the Templars in 1265, at the age of 21.

Mark Mainwaring – HYW English

... which were popular for a little while in the early 14th C. The Sugarloaf helm is a spare metal one as the Mounted MAA kit doesn't come with great helms.

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As I took advantage of the recent sale from Black Tree Design, I have some more HYW foot knights to paint up in the future.

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Banner of Burgundy 1445-1500. '

Mikes troops are always a joy to behold. Two elephants and cataphracts added to my joy!

The only parts that needed some modification were lengthening the reins a bit. I used a little bit of folded tin foil to extend them.

Interesting suit of horse

The sun kept going back behind cloud cover so the lighting isn't that great, but still a blessing after being socked in with fog for two straight days.

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