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Art.-No.: MF61845
Out of Production

Chessmen "Battle of Camelot"

€349.50
Incl. 19% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost

This product is not available any more, neither at the manufacturer/publisher nor at Schach E. Niggemann, and it is not possible for us to order this article otherwise.

Der Kampf von König Arthur gegen die Rebellion im eigenen Land, angeführt von seinem Neffen, Madred.

King Arthur, hero of many legends and stories of the Middle Ages, was king of the Bretons in the years around 500 A.C. He was King Uther Pandragon`s son, but he was brought up in secret by Vassal Antor, who treated him as own son.

After King Uther`s death, the barons decided that he who would draw out the sword Excalibur from a rock in front of the cathedral, should be named the new king.

Only Arthur succeeded and he was proclaimed king. His palace was in Camelot, a place which, according to several legends, was situated in Somerset in England or in Scotland.

During a war expedition Modred, King Arthur`s nephew, taking advantage of his absence, headed a group of rebels. King Arthur come back to Camelot to face them, and during the battle, after having been wounded himself by Modred, killed him.

MF536SN
MF61845
Gewicht (w/s) Höhe Sockel
K 104 g / 90 g 115 mm 40 mm
D 78 g / 88 g 109 mm 40 mm
T 70 g / 72 g 94 mm 39 mm
L 74 g / 80 g 105 mm 40 mm
S 84 g / 84 g 109 mm 40 mm
B 35 g / 33 g 82 mm 29 mm
handgefertigt, daher geringfügige Abweichungen möglich!

Details

Manufacturer Weible
Weight 2.4 kg
King's Size 11.5 cm
Container cardboard box
Material steatite
Piece Property felted bottom

Chessmen "Battle of Camelot"