These are decent figures, but they're a little on the skinny side, as are a lot of Italeri figures. Some of the poses are slightly unnatural or contrived. The mounted poses, on the other hand, are beautiful, especially the horses themselves. Draped in patterned caparisons that just beg for colorful heraldric painting, they are works of art in the making.
There is some flash and mould lines to clean up, but not a lot.
Note that the figures are from the 11th century AD, as written on the box, and thus are accurate only for the First Crusade.
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