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AGINCOURT

Code Description Painted Casting
VA1 ‘ FOR HARRY , ENGLAND AND ST. GEORGE ’
King Harry mounted on his grey charger waves aloft the banner of St. George, eleven longbow men and their commander Sir Thomas Erpingham situated
on a scenic 10” x 5 1/2 base complete with beech wood stakes.
£250 £100
K1 JEAN de MAINGRE

called ‘Boucicault’- Marshal of France .

£50 £17.50
K2 DUC d’ ALENCON

He fought courageously and wounded the Duke of Gloucester , but was overpowered by the King’s bodyguard as he raised his hand in surrender. An English soldier, caught in the frenzied excitement of killing slew him with one blow of his battle-axe.

£50 £17.50
K3…. GUILLAUME de BALQUEVEILLE

carried the Oriflamme the sacred Banner of St. Denis at Agincourt . This signified war to the death, that no quarter would be given by the French. He fell in the battle and the proud Oriflamme was lost

£50 £17.50
K4…. CHARLES DUKE OF ORLEANS

nephew to the King of France was perhaps the most illustrious of the 1,500 taken by the English at Agincourt . Like many other important captives he was taken to England and was subject to Henry’s massive ransom demands.  Charles remained in England until 1436 and was only released on the payment of 240,000 ecus and the promise never to bear arms against England again.

£50 £17.50
K5 SQUIRE STANDARD BEARER to CHARLES DUKE of ORLEANS,

carrying the symbol of a fierce looking black  ‘Hedgehog’ on a white field

£50 £17.50
K6 CHARLES D’ ALBRET, CONSTABLE of FRANCE

fought bravely as did many French Knights during the

£50 £17.50
K7  HENRI,  3rd COMTE de BLAMONT { BLANKENBERG } de la MAISON de SALM, killed  in the battle. £50 £17.50
K8 JEAN,  LE VENEUR, CHEVALIER,  Seigneur de Homme et de SAINT – ELIER. Charging carrying £50 £17.50
AC1  Roland de Bruges, Seigneur de Gruuthuse is featured dismounted, bogged down in the mud. An English archer arms around his neck is pulling the knight down from behind, whilst another waits to give the coup de grace with his dagger. £45 £17.50
AC2  Herve de Genevieres, Capitaine du Chateau du Crotoy is shown being pulled from his charger by an English archer, whilst a man at arms waits poised with his Bill to take him out. Herve de Genevieres was amongst the  French slain at Agincourt . £85 £30