Toy knight on horseback: Late 13th-early 14th century
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Three dimensional pewter toy of a knight on horseback. In his right hand he holds up a sword. This knight on horseback is the earliest hollow-cast pewter figure known in England, and is one of the earliest examples of mass-produced medieval toys. This figurine wears a coat of mail (hauberk) and carries a sword in his right hand. His helm and his left arm is missing.
1260 AD - 1350 AD