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Schleich Lion Coat of Arms Knight with sword on horse

4.6 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Lion Coat of arms Knight
  • Knight has sword
  • Meticulously hand painted
  • Historically accurate
  • Lion Coat of Arms uniform
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

With sword in the air, the Knight and his horse sprint into battle. Covered in mail and plated armor, the valiant Knight and his brave horse stride into battle. With sword raised, the Knight readies himself for his next move. Schleich's Knight will be brave in battle for wars to come.

From the Manufacturer

With sword in the air, the Schleich Lion Coat of Arms Knight and his horse sprint into battle. Covered in mail and plated armor, the valiant Knight and his brave horse stride into battle. With sword raised, the Knight readies himself for his next move. Schleich's Knight will be brave in battle for wars to come.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.1 x 5.9 x 3.3 inches
Item Weight 8 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B0013E5HW8
Item model number 70054
Manufacturer recommended age 36 months - 10 years
Best Sellers Rank #308,284 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#24,535 in Toys & Games > Action & Toy Figures > Action Figures
#111,660 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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4.6 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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By Befragt VINE VOICE on December 12, 2011
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I bought some of the Schleich knights, including this one, for my 5 year old son's birthday. I can't say enough for these.

At first glance, these knights seem expensive, even when bought through Amazon. Although a bit pricey, the quality more than makes up for that. This figurine stands a few inches tall - it's not some tiny little thing. It's made of a resin-like material, extremely durable. In fact, our puppy grabbed one of the knights and tried to chew on it for a few seconds until we could grab it away - there wasn't a mark on it.

The level of detail with these figurines is exquisite. Even the chain mail on his arms is well painted - not sprayed silver, but silver with darker areas where the holes in the chain mail would be. Although they're apparently hand-painted, they're painted to perfection. I can't say whether the knight's garb is historically accurate, but I can say that there is an attention to detail that is awesome. As my son played with these, I found myself thinking that they looked so real that it was almost as if someone had taken a photo of Medieval soldiers. Awesome.

One bonus to these knights is that they're large, with few, if any, removable pieces (the lances of the mounted knights can be removed, and the mounted knights can be taken off their horses). In a house with other small kids and dogs, the size and lack of numerous parts is pretty key.

My son really, really loves these. There was a bit of downside in that. First, we couldn't get him to bed last night because he wanted to play with them all night. In fact, we had to agree to allow him to take them with him. Now he wants more knights for Christmas. He was previously into cars, but the cars appear forgotten.
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Just like the rest of the toys by this company I've ever come across, this one is extremely sturdy and durable. It holds up perfectly even to my group of sometimes very rowdy boys ages 4 to 12. My husband, who studies medieval martial arts, is forever impressed with the level of accuracy this company recreates in its figures - greater than any other company we've seen. The only reason I gave it just less than 5 stars for "fun" is because their figures never have moving parts. Of course, this lends to the fantastic durability, as moving parts have a tendency to break over time. They boys are fine with the lack of movement, though, and make up for it in their imaginations. We're more than happy to have a toy that won't end up in the trash in... well... ever!
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Photo's of these figurines don't do them justice. They are extremely detailed works of art, I almost find it hard to call them toy's. I am 49 & instead of collecting stamps or model trains I am building a Medieval castle siege that has grown so large I had to move it to my basement. In building this Diorama I have found 4 company's that make these figures Schleich being the most detailed rivaled only by Papo's Prestige line & Safari's Real historical figures. Schleich is very accurate to history the only discrepancy I have found is in the color's of the Fleur Di Lis Camp & The Lion Coat of Arms Camp the colors seem to be opposite to history the French army's in blue & the English Army's in Red. But this small discrepancy doesn't distract from the amazing craftsmanship involved with these figures. Also it should be known that these "Toys" quickly gain in value when Schleich retires there product run! Even the more recent figures made with a Polyethylene resin instead of metal are already reaching triple digits!!! This makes these figurines quite a lucrative investment when kept in good condition. The Lion Coat of Arms & the Fleur Di Lis camps represent the hundred year wars between France & England But you can add the tournament knights & Crusader knights to your collection without stretching the imagination to far as many a Nobel Knight would return from the Crusades only to find his fiefdom usurped by a cowardly relative! And during many siege battles Mercenaries were hired by both sides to try & win the battle!!! I guess my love of history is showing!! Long & short of it is whatever your reason's for purchasing this beautifully crafted Knight, you will not be disappointed as a toy they are extremely durable & as a display figurine they are incredibly detailed !!!!
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I bought this and several other similar items to have a few cool toys around when my nieces and nephews come over--which is practically every day. This little guy is almost too good for 'em. I'm afraid they'll break him any second, as some of them are definitely too young for the listed age group. The detail is simply amazing and historically accurate. He's armed like a very rich knight from about 1275 or so, or a very poor knight up to about 1350. I have a statuette of a knight that's about three times the size and sitting them next to each other, it's hard to say which has the better detail. The statuette cost more than $50 so the price on this little fellow is really excellent.

Naturally the 3-5 year olds won't listen to a word you tell them about the armor and weapons and the transitional phase they represent, but the 7-9 year olds listen eagerly, and it's easy to show them the improvements over plain mail armors. The lack of espauliers is a particularly nice touch, making it easier to date. The mail bard on the horse is somewhat unusual, but they did exist in the era in question. I didn't expect it to be in any way educational, but turns out I was wrong.

All in all a lot of bang for the buck, and so impressive looking that I debate whether I should let the kids play with him at all. He'd look rather nice on my desk I reckon.
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