It's quite a large group of figures .There are:
10 mounted lancers in full chainmail with kite shields, but without a boss on them.
2 banner carriers, ditto.
1 mounted with spear, full chainmail, round shield.
22 spears in chain.
26 axeman with axes raised over their heads, in chain
12 unarmored spears.
6 swordmen in chain.
5 armored axemen with the leather hollow square common to Normans on their chest, chain.
4 unarmored spears.
16 in chain.
10 in leather or quilted armor.
And 3 command figures, all in chain.
All banners are the three-tailed type.
Here two square off at practice. Really just to show the figures from right and left.
And here they are from the rear, really the only way we should our own figures. Isn't it weird how much time we spend on the front of our figures, when we only see that view when they're retreating? I am a bit lazy, and refuse to believe that every guy had his shield painted by the equivalent of Titian! Yeah, that's the ticket!
I already had bases for my mounted, so they are on the priming treys as this is beginning typed.
These figures were started because of a friendly challenge from Ed.