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    Cast Metal Military Soldiers by Richard Courtenay of England: Battle of Poitiers Eight Figures This group includes: 1) #H13, marked on the bottom "Made in England by R. Courtenay," Lewis Sigur de Brosse, 2) no #, sheath for left hand is detached, Page of Black Prince, 3) no #, marked on the bottom " Made in England R Courtenay," Edward III Order of the Garter, 4) no #, marked " Made in England," unidentified, 5) no #, unidentified, 6) no #, King of Castile, 7) no #, unidentified, 8) no #, knight on horseback unidentified.

    All eight figures are in excellent condition with minimal wear. #1 with one rein detached from horse. #4 with minor paint loss to hands & hennin.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    14th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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