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KING & COUNTRY
Crimea Campaign 1854-1856
Life of Jesus
Crusaders & Knights
Pike & Musket
Remember The Alamo
The Real West
Lawrence of Arabia
Americans - Battle of the Bulge
-Americans Battle of Pacific
Battle of Singapore
-British Market Garden
-British RAF - Royal Air Force
-British The 8th Army
German - Afrika Corps
German - Battle of the Bulge
German - Cossacks
German - Krigsmarine
German - Luftwaffe
-German - The Third Reich
-German - Wehrmacht / Waffen SS
The Red Army
DEN KONGELIGE LIVGARDE
Wanted Dead or Alive
Axe-Wielding Sergeant at Arms
‘The Sherriff’s Man... At The Ready’
Brother-in-Arms (Nottingham Castle)
The Travelling Wine Merchant
The Sheriff's Tax Collector
One of the most hated men in the Shire .. Nottinghamshire that is! This is the man who would come to your village or hovel and demand a substantial share of your income to help fill up the coffers of “The Sheriff” and his liege lord, the dastardly Prince John. Here he sits at his table making a note of everyone’s contribution in either gold, silver or produce. On these unwelcome visits he was usually accompanied by several of the Sheriff’s own Men-At-Arms ... After all there are plenty of ruffians and cut-throats hiding out in the forest and you can’t be too careful!
The Bishop of Nottingham
Next to the Sheriff, the second most powerful man in Nottingham and the surrounding shire. Also perhaps, the richest and best fed. Here, our portly and prosperous churchman gives up a small portion of his wealth as Robin & His Merrie Men invite him to be a ‘guest’ at one of their forest feasts.
The High Sheriff of Nottingham
One of Robin Hood’s most implacable foes and a dangerous man to have as an enemy! In movies he has been best portrayed by the late Alan Rickman in “Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves” and also Aussie actor, Peter Finch in “The Story of Robin Hood & His Merrie Men”. And now, here’s our interpretation ... suave, sophisticated and ... decidedly dangerous!
"Mutch" The Miller's Son
Mutch” is featured in many of the myths and legends of Robin Hood ... although not as famous as Will Scarlett or Little John we felt he should be included among “The Merrie Men”. - See more at: http://www.kingandcountry.com/mutch-millers-p-10570.html#sthash.9rXAZtlN.dpuf
The Banners Set
The Sheriff´s Crossbowman, The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Sheriff´s Man-at-Arms, The Adventures of Robin Hood
Sword-In-Hand, The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Axeman, The Adventures of Robin Hood
Sergeant-At-Arms w/Mace, The Adventures of Robin Hood
Ready for Battle, The Adventures of Robin Hood
Sir Guy of Gisbourne
Guy of Gisbourne is one of the great villains from the Robin Hood legends of English folklore. A Norman Knight, he is a loyal henchman of the evil Prince John and the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham. As such he is a sworn and dangerous enemy of Robin Hood. In movies and television he has been portrayed by many talented actors but perhaps the best was Basil Rathbone in the 1938 Errol Flynn “The Adventures of Robin Hood.” Our model is a small tribute to this great actor and a great movie. Special Note: Look out for more great “Robin Hood” figures (including the Sheriff’s Men-At-Arms) in the coming months. PLUS “Maid Marion” and “Alan-a-Dale” as well.
John Little was a legendary fellow outlaw of Robin Hood. Indeed it was Robin who changed his name to “Little John” on account of his great height and skill with both a bow and a quarterstaff. In film he was portrayed no less than three times by actor Alan Hale Sr. The famous British character actor James Robertson Justice also portrayed him in the 1952 Walt Disney version of the Robin Hood tale starring Richard Todd as Robin. Our figure is a blend of both and stands four-square, arms folded, his hunting horn hanging from his belt.
In many of the stories and Legends of Robin Hood a common character is this corpulent and rogueish churchman. In most tales he is depicted as a well-fed, jovial monk with a fondness for good food and fine ale...although he has a fiery temper into the bargain. He’s also handy with a quarter staff and sword.
One of Robin’s most trusted Lieutenant’s and...a pretty fair archer in his own right. Bow and arrow in hand the more colorful Will still has a “splash” of Lincoln Green in his dress but, as can be seen, it’s easy to see how he got his name!
Over the centuries our hero has had many names...Robin, Earl of Huntington...Robin of Loxley...Robyn of York...and many, many others. However, one thing all the stories agree upon was that he was a highly skilled archer and swordsman. In addition, he is often portrayed as “robbing from the rich and giving to the poor”. And traditionally, he was also garbed in “a coat of Lincoln Green”...particularly useful and sensible if you are going to hide out from your enemies in a forest! Our “Robin” stands four-square, one hand on hip and holding his longbow in the other. As you can see he’s not completely in “Lincoln Green”, his earth brown doublet makes a nice contrast to the rest of him but he still has that quietly confident look about him and seems ready to spring into action at a moment’s notice should circumstance demand it.
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