Sunday, 25 July 2010

Cry' God for Harry, England and St. George! Battle Flag release Wargame flags for the English at Agincourt

Following on from the First Hundred Years War set of wargame flags, “The Knights of The Black Prince”, I have had a lot of requests for flag sets for Agincourt and the War of the Roses.

The good news is that not only will we be releasing flags sets for all of the major Combatants of both periods but that the first sheet of model flags for the Battle of Agincourt is ready now.

It goes without saying that the first set of wargame flags had to be for Henry V.

 Henry V is my favorite of all Shakespeare plays, what with the stirring St. Crispin’s Day speech just before the battle of Agincourt itself and the immortal line before storming the walls of Harfleur, “Cry God, for Harry, England and St. George!”

The first flag sheet for the War of the Roses will be next along with a sheet of flags bearing the Cross of St George.

I am of up to Towton to visit the battlefield this week, just for a bit of inspiration you understand; a trip which has nothing to do with the fine Yorkshire ales that will need to be imbibed to liberate the artistic juices. 

To visit the Battle Flag online shop click HERE


  1. Marvellous banners !

    Have you planned to achieve french banners of the same period ?



  2. The French banners are almost ready and should be released in the next week to 10 days. Cheers and thanks your interest, glad you like the work so far.