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Agincourt to Orleans 1415-1429

This range will cover the armies of North Western Europe during the height of the Hundred Years War. During this period ‘White Armour’ (full plate) was becoming the norm for the well off nobility,commanly worn without a jupon or any other heraldic covering,especially in England. Saying that,lesser nobility were still using ‘dated’,less fashionable armour. The shield was becoming obsolete in the field due to the armour being more complete,combined with the increased use of polearms which needed both hands to wield.

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AO31 Men-at-arms casualties AO31 Men-at-arms casualties £7.00 Buy Now
AO32 Infantry casualties AO32 Infantry casualties £7.00 Buy Now
AO33 Jeanne d' Arc, La Hire, 'Bastard of Orleans' (all mounted) AO33 Jeanne d' Arc, La Hire, 'Bastard of Orleans' (all mounted) £8.50 Buy Now
AO 34 Armed peasants AO 34 Armed peasants £7.00 Buy Now
AO 35 Peasants 1 AO 35 Peasants 1 £7.00 Buy Now
AO 36 Peasants 2 AO 36 Peasants 2 £7.00 Buy Now

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