15mm East Frankish AVAILABLE NOW!



After the death of Emperor Louis the Pious his sons divided the Carolingian Empire of the Franks into East, West, and Middle Kingdoms by the Verdun treaty. The eastern half of the Frankish empire was called East Francia (Regnum Francorum orientalium), also known as the Kingdom of the East Franks or Francia Orientalis. All parts remained under the rule of the Carolingian dynasty with Louis' eldest son Lothair I (795-855) retaining the Imperial title, but Carolingian rule was relatively brief before a High-German-speaking Teutonic ruling class was established. Around 900, East Francia saw the reemergence of autonomous stem duchies (Franconia, Bavaria, Swabia, Saxony and Lotharingia). After the Carolingian king Louis the Child died without issue in 911, East Francia did not turn to the Carolingian ruler of West Francia to take over the realm but elected one of the dukes, Conrad of Franconia, as Rex Francorum Orientalum. It is the precursor of the Holy Roman Empire and eventually evolved into modern Germany.

This range has been sculpted by M. Campagna and currently cover all core troops.
We plan to expand it even further very soon with the addition of new packs, including crossbowmen!

Separate horses are provided at random out of a dozen different poses to maximize variation!




Code: NRM1
15mm Frankonian or Lotharingian Mounted Command

The Kingdom crown was elective rather than hereditary, which led to all kinds of strife between rival claimants. Frontiers were often challenged and there were frequent internal wars between rival coalitions of nobles. These figures can represent any of these leaders and their bodyguards.

Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses + 1 random from NRM3): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!



Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur

Code:NRM2
15mm Frankish Milites Charging with lance underarm (One piece castings)

Milites was the contemporary name for the armoured horsemen formerly called "caballarii" and who will soon to be called "knights".

Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures do not contain lead and are sold unpainted!




Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur

Code:NRM7
15mm Frankish Milites Charging with lance overarm (Separate horse, riders and lances)

Normally heavy cavalry of this time would charge in a solid line with the horses as closed to each other as possible and lance leveled, but when facing a solid shieldwall or chasing broken opponents they would instead attack in small groups hurling their lances from a distance.

Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!


Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Painted sample will be available shortly!


Code: NRM3
15mm Frankish Milites Standing (Separate horse and riders)

Separate horses are provided at random out of a dozen different poses to maximize variation!

Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!



Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur


Code: CRL4
15mm Swabian or Bavarian (Separate horse and riders)

While some, such as the Frankonians and Lotharingians, charged as hard as any western knights, others such as the Swabians and Bavarians, who had been later taking to fighting on horseback, were less active when mounted, relying on long sword rather than lance and frequently fighting dismounted.

Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!


Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Painted sample will be available shortly!


Code: BRT1
15mm Breton Cavalry

The "Armorican" peninsula came to be settled with Britons from Britain during the poorly documented period of the 5th-7th centuries. When Vikings or Northmen settled in the area in the ninth and early tenth centuries these regions came to be known as Normandy and the name Armorica fell out of use. Western Armorica eventually evolved into Brittany, while the east became the Breton March under a Frankish marquis. The native Armoric Breton were skilled horsemen and their standard weapon was the javelin, which they continued to use well after neighbouring Nortmans and French took to charging with the lance.

Pack of 4 mounted figures (three different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures do not contain lead and are sold unpainted!




Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Painted sample will be available shortly!


Code: NRM8
15mm Frankish foot command

Frankish cavalry could, and often did, dismount to fight as infantry when the situation required. This tactical flexibility was surely a strong weapon in their arsenal!


Pack of 8 figures (four different poses): EURO€ 4.90

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All figures do not contain lead and are sold unpainted!

Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur


Code: NRM9
15mm dismounted Frankish milites

Despite its name a Frankish "knight" would spend quite a bit of his time fighting on foot!

Pack of 8 figures (four different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures do not contain lead and are sold unpainted!

Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur


Code: NRM5
15mm Frankish Spearmen Standing

While it is true that they were generally less well-equipped than their mounted counterparts, spearmen still played a crucial role on the battlefield.Infantry could, and often did, successfully engaged in combat.

Pack of 8 figures (four different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!



Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur


Code: NRM6
15mm Frankish Archers

The Bayuex Tapestry illustrates many archers in battle, their role made peraphs most famous by the commonly held opinion that Harold was killed by an arrow through the eye. While this may not necessarily be the actual case in this particular instance, it still speaks volumes about the effectiveness of these troops on the battlefield!

Pack of 8 figures (four different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!



Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by Artur


Code: LNG11
15mm Peasants

The peasants were levied too whenever needed!

Pack of 8 figures (five different poses): EURO€ 4.90
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All figures may contain lead and are sold unpainted!


Figures sculpted by M. Campagna
Samples painted by M. Boetti

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DBAIII-53 - East Frankish or Norman army for DBA 3.0

Code: DBAIII-53

Save and get everything you need for a East Frankish or Norman army!
This DBA army pack contains at least 51 figures of which 27 are on foot and 24 mounted.
Include enough figures for most common options: Cinc 1 x 3Kn, 6 x 3Kn, 2 x 4Bd, 1 x 3Cv, 2 x 4Sp, 2 x 2Ps, 1 x 7Hd (15 elements in all) plus 2 tent models, accessories and figures to use as camp!


DBAIII-53 - East Frankish or Norman 888 AD 1106 AD
51 figures (15 elements) + camp army Pack: EURO€ 52.65

(regular price EURO 58.50 SAVE 10%!)
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All our figures do not contain lead and are sold unpainted!



Code: 15BYZ

This ridge tent is a typical troop field accommodations as it was used in the Byzantine empire. Tents of this type were probably issued to the Varangian guard. The model is about 33mm wide, 35mm deep and 21mm tall.

15BYZ is also available cleaned and primed, based and ready to paint; or as a finished DBM baggage element, painted, based and flocked, ready to play! You can order them here.


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Plain cast: EURO€ 3.50
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Code: 15ASX
15mm Geteld

These tents were used in all Europe from the 11th Century onward and therefore are quite suitable for most nations and armies of that period. Our model is scaled for 15mm figures and will fit on a standard 40x40mm DBM baggage base.
More info on this tent model are available here!
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Plain cast: EURO€ 3.50
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Logistics

For detailing your Lombard camp and baggage scenes we suggest to use
Code LGS2, Code LGS3, Code LGS5,Code LGS6 and Code LGS8