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Friday, December 14, 2012 - 09:22 PM UTC
Fredericus Rex informed us on their new releases:
Medieval house
Scale: 1/72
Material: resin, carboard & wood

The house was modeled after the original "House of the Knight" by the Lütjenburg (see picture).
Dimensions: Width 100mm, length 135mm, height 120mm

The kit consists of 3 resin parts (roof, walls and gables) lasered hard cardboard and balsa wood parts. The kit is supplied unpainted.

Medieval Motte
Scale: 1/72
Material: resin, metal, cardboard & wood.

The development of the Motte is quite a departure from the large-scale Germanic defenses in the form of Wallburg with wall-or wood-based ramparts and palisades, and also differs from the Roman watchtowers. The first Motten emerged from 900 to 1000 AD, most of the facilities were built in the 11th-12th Century. In some parts of Europe until the early 15th moths Century built. They are found from Ireland to eastern Poland. The origins probably lie in Norman His area of western France. Most Motten in Central Europe were a symbol of power for the newly developed, lower service nobility of ministry officials.

The Motte was modeled after the Motte in Nienthal Lütjenburg.
Dimensions: Width 118mm, Length 125mm, height 230mm.

The kit is supplied unpainted.

More on: http://www.fredericus-rex.de/
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Their figures look really great too!
DEC 16, 2012 - 03:43 AM
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