Sir Charles D'Albret

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The Battle of Agincourt in 1415, during the Hundred Years' War placed a numerically inferior English army under King Henry V against the French under the command of Charles D'Albret. The English longbow with which the vast majority of the English were armed was a decsive factor in victory.

Sir Charles D'Albret, commander of the French force, is armored cap-a-pie, and wears a bascinet with a visor that can be raised or lowered. This figure is posed to face off one-on-one with an English foeman.