Thomas de Septfontaines, Luxembourg 1290-1344 or Günther von Schwarzburg (3 version)
Thomas de Septfontaines, Luxembourg 1290-1344 or Günther von Schwarzburg (3 version) 90mm metal kit figure – cod.FRV-070
Thomas de Septfontaines,
Septfontaines Castle is one of the castles belonging to the Valley of the Seven Castles. It is not clear when the first castle was built in Septfontaines. In 1192, there is a reference to someone by the name of Tider who was Lord of Septfontaines. In 1233, Jean de Septfontaines placed the property under the protection of Countess Ermesinde of Luxembourg. At the beginning of the 14th century, Thomas de Septfontaines, a friend and companion of Emperor Henry VII, was the lord of the castle.
Günther von Schwarzburg,
3 VERSION HEADS
Helmet: Günther XXI von Schwarzburg (c. 1304 – 14 June 1349),
disputed King of Germany, was a descendant of the counts of Schwarzburg.
Born as the younger son of Henry VII, Count of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (c. 1267 – 1324) and his wife, Christine von Gleichen (c. 1268). He married Elisabeth von Honstein-Klettenberg (c. 1302 – 1380), daughter of Count Heinrich IV, on 9 September 1331. They had five children: Sophia von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (c. 1331- aft.1351); Agnes von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (1330-1399); Elisabeth von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (c. 1336 – 1380); Heinrich XIII de Schwarzburg-Bankenburg (c. 1338 – 1357), his childless heir; and Mechtild von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (c. 1340-1370).
|Dimensioni||12 × 7 × 4 cm|
|Handle height (ground to handle)||
12″ air / wide track slick tread
|Seat back height||
|Head room (inside canopy)||
|Weight (w/o wheels)||
|Folded (w/o wheels)||
32.5″L x 18.5″W x 16.5″H
|Folded (w/ wheels)||
32.5″L x 24″W x 18.5″H
|Door Pass Through||
35″L x 24″W x 37-45″H(front to back wheel)