Jean Le Bon
28€ (23.14€ ex.VAT)
Sculpture: Anton Volgin
Painting: Marc Masclans
Number of parts of the kit: 8
Scale: 54 mm
WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BUYING THIS FIGURE:
– This is a new chance to get an iconic and long out of production piece by Elite Miniaturas.
– The intricate detailing of this piece makes it one of the most well-crafted and delicate 54 mm figures we have in the range!
– Our signature resin quality allows you to get the figure clean and ready in almost no time, so you may invest your precious free time in what really matters: painting and having fun.
Jean II, also known as Jean Le Bon, ruled France from 1350 to 1364. When he reached the throne, the country was facing several problems, like the Black Death, the popular revolts of the Jacqueries and the presence of English invaders on his lands.
The conflict with the English was part of a longer conflict that we know as the Hundred Year’s War. In 1356, Edward, the Black Prince started a campaign of pillage and destruction aimed to erode the economy and productivity of the French territories. Jean II pursued him and finally both armies met at the Battle of Poitiers.
As Jean II was going to participate in the fight, he surrounded himself with 17 other knights dressed and equipped exactly like him, in order to confuse the enemy. In spite of that, he was captured, event that led to the immediate defeat of the French forces.
This classic from miniatures’ history was released in the early 2000’s by Elite Miniaturas and the original boxart was painted by Pepe Gallardo.