Mosaics and Stained-Glass

The Landsknecht Standard-Bearer

The Landsknecht Standard-Bearer
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Mosaics and Stained-Glass, Coloured and transparent glass; overglaze painting, treated with a silver mordant, 34x22.5 cm
Origin: Switzerland, canton Zug, 1557
Source of entry: State Museum Fund, 1938

See also

Doug Miller 40mm Scale Kits
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Pegaso Models Review - Lansqueneckt Standardbearer - planetFigure
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Landsknecht - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Standard bearer fighting against five landsknechts, etching by Daniel Hopfer. The Landsknechts, although rather conservative themselves in ...
54mm Renaissance & Marlburian
Landsknecht Standard Bearer, £4.00. Landsknecht Pikeman in Pluderhosen, £3.75. Landsknecht Armoured Halberdier, £3.75. Landsknecht Arquebusier firing, £3.75 ...

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