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Issue 42 July

Original Artwork by Richard Delingpole “Front to Back Series”

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Here we are with Issue 42 of the magazine and as you will have noticed it is online! From the website you will be able to read it, download it or even print it out-whatever suits yourselves. It has taken me quite a while to transfer all the email contacts over to the new site and I may have made a few mistakes. If you find you are being notified more than once about the latest issue please let me know and I will remove the relevant email. Congratulations to the 5 lucky winner of last month’s competition. Your prizes will be with you soon! The group listings and trader listings are now at the back of the magazine, so no separate lists to look through. Please do let me have any feedback about the new look magazine! As always, I am on the look-out for more groups, traders, event details, stories, articles and reports. Please contact me at the normal email address with details! Editor. Artwork by Richard Delingpole

Features This Month 1: Stewart Binns, Author. A Profile 2: Competition No.1 3: Richard Delingpole, Artist. 4: Competition No.2 5: Book Review-The Historical Novel Soc. 6: Event details 7: Group listings 8: Trader listings To receive a copy of this magazine just send your email address to: Competitions: All competitions are free to enter Winners will be selected at random on the 24th of each month for the relevant competition. Winners will be notified via email shortly after the draw takes place. No correspondence will be entered into. The editor’s decision is final. The views and opinions expressed in the articles in this ezine are those of the individual authors themselves and not those of the Editor

Stewart Binns From very humble origins in his beloved Burnley, Stewart became an earnest and starry-eyed university student – it was 1968 after all – despite being taught in a secondary modern school, which could only offer technical subjects. He studied for A-levels in woodwork, metalwork and engineering drawing during the day at school and history, geography and English in the evenings at the local college. He passed them all with flying colours in one year. He became president of his college, edited SCAN, the student newspaper, was captain of the University Challenge team, played football and squash for his university and for many years played semi-pro football. He pursued the academic heights to become a junior research fellow in behavioural sociology before deciding that universities had too many bars and squash courts to be conducive to serious study. He then dabbled in teaching, Special Forces soldiering, university examining and local politics for ten years, before a lucky break and a whiff of nepotism got him the chance to join the BBC on a 1-month contract as a junior researcher. He jumped at the opportunity, even though he was in his mid-thirties and acting head of a secondary school. Following his training in Documentary Features and Current Affairs at the BBC, where he worked on Panorama, QED and Sport and Mankind, he spent twenty years at TWI as Senior International Vice-President & Director of Special Projects, where he conceived and launched two ground-breaking international series, Trans World Sport and Futbol Mundial, both of which are still in production twenty-five years later. As the senior creative at TWI (now IMG Media), Stewart ran several production departments, staffed by over a hundred people, and managed annual budgets totalling over twenty million dollars. TWI was an overtly profit-driven organisation and Stewart became Mark McCormack’s (the founder and owner of TWI/IMG) trusted interlocutor between creative producers and hardbitten salesmen. He also undertook a two-year bridge-building exercise between TWI New York and TWI London to resolve a long-standing territorial ‘war’; peace duly ensued. Stewart pioneered TWI’s Olympic relationship, especially the establishment of OTAB, the International Olympic Committee’s film and television archive and directed the innovative Camera of Record at each Olympic Games from Lillehammer in 1994 to Athens in 2004. In partnership with the IOC, he created and produced The Olympic Series, over a hundred and fifty hours of historical programming, including Olympic Century, the IOC’s official centennial history.

Renowned for imaginative and creative storytelling, his list of definitive sports programming includes the All England Club’s official history, Wimbledon, A History of the Championships, The People’s Game, FIFA’s official history of world football and Tiger, the official biography of Tiger Woods. Stewart led TWI’s diversification into factual programming with a range of original productions, including Artworld, Fabulous Fortunes, Inventions, Century, Churchill and the

‘In Colour’ series of historical documentaries. The first ‘In Colour’, The Second World War in Colour, was included in the ‘100 Most Influential TV Programmes Ever Made’ by the UK‘s TV critics in 1999. His ‘In-Colour’ genre went on to include other multi-award winning series, ‘Britain at War’, ‘Japan’s War’, ‘Anzacs’, ‘D-Day’ and ‘Canada at War.’ Stewart is an archive specialist, not only in its use in programming but also in its sale and marketing. He established TWI Archive in 1999 and within three years, it was an integral part of TWI’s Sales Division, generating two million dollars of nett income per year. This success was achieved by developing a new approach to archive, which placed a strong emphasis on the historical brand identity of clients like the IOC, FIFA, the R&A, the ITF, the NCAA and the All England Club. Major programmes of archive acquisition, restoration and copyright retrieval led him to develop in-depth knowledge in film restoration, contract negotiation and the complexities of copyright law in many countries. He brokered several sensitive deals, including the acquisition of Olympia, Leni Reifenstahl’s controversial film of the 1936 Berlin Games and ran a very fractious court battle in Sydney on behalf of the IOC to win back the rights to the film of the 1956 Melbourne Games. In 2004, he moved to Octagon CSI to become Head of Production where he oversaw the restructuring of its production output, running his own arm of the company with its own premises, staff and budget. Again, he broke the programming mould by launching two new international football anthologies, Golazo! and The Football League Show. Stewart also widened Octagon’s content portfolio to include the factual entertainment series, What Price Fame? and Chasing Churchill, the first historical documentary to be produced in High Definition and Surround Sound. During his time at Octagon, he was also a special adviser on bidding strategy to Sebastian Coe, leader of the London bid for the Olympic Games of 2012. In 2006, Stewart formed (, with broad-based media company distribution, archive, client consultancy.

his own company, Big Ape Media International his wife Lucy, a media sales specialist. Big Ape Media is a involved in a range of projects in production, sales & representation, communications, event organising and

Its latest productions include Indochine, A People’s War in Colour, completed in March 2009, Korea, The Forgotten War in Colour, delivered in June 2010 to mark the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the war, and Seisen: The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Empire completed in 2011. Stewart is currently working on Games Under Threat for Discovery and a promotional film for FITA - the World Archery Federation. Stewart now spends much of his time offering his knowledge and experience as a consultant, specialising in content management and origination, creative thinking and innovation and in building bridges between the former glories of ‘traditional’ media and the wonderful but overwhelming innovations of ‘new’ media. Recent consultancies have included: Salzburg 2014 Olympic Winter Games Bid, Board of Control of Cricket for India, Powerboat P1, Rio 2016 Olympic Games Bid, Crystal CG China, Mission Hills Group China, Honav China, The Re:fine Group of Companies, Women’s Squash Association, World Squash Federation and Sport England, Bradesco Bank, Volvo Ocean Race.

Stewart has been awarded a BAFTA, four RTS awards, a Grierson and a Peabody among over thirty international awards. He has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts, conducts seminars and works as a mentor at several universities and is Visiting Professor in Business Affairs at the University of Bedfordshire. For many years, he was a member of the IOC’s Marketing Commission and is often called upon to speak on topics as diverse as programme-making, marketing communications, brand development, creative writing and archive/content management. He has travelled to over 100 countries, lived and worked in New York, Tokyo and Sydney, but insists that Burnley is still the most sophisticated place he’s ever seen! As the owner of a 14th century house in Somerset and a 16th century house in South West France, he has an obvious passion for old buildings and their restoration. He is an active member of the Historic Houses Association, The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Vernacular Architecture Group. His early training in craft skills still come in useful; he does all his own woodworking, bricklaying, tiling, plumbing and electrics. He is an ardent amateur archaeologist, a strident fan of medieval music and an opinionated columnist in the match-day programme for Burnley Football Club. He is a self-educated windbag on many subjects including church architecture, obscure languages, American history, tribal masks, modern Japanese history, cinema, Indochina, folk sports, real ale, malt whisky, claret, the history of the Clarets (Burnley Football Club of course) and military history. Stewart’s liberal tendencies still smoulder and he has been a member of the Reform Club for twenty-five years. He is also a member of BAFTA, the Royal Television Society, The Special Forces Club, The Artists Rifles Regimental Association, The SAS Regimental Association and the Royal Society of Arts. An author of several books, including Britain at War, America’s War, The British Empire in Colour and The Greatest, his first novel, Conquest, an epic adventure set in the 11th century, was published by Penguin in February 2011 and quickly became one of the best selling historical fiction books of the year. Crusade, is the sequel to Conquest and will be published by Penguin in April 2012. The third novel in the series, is due for completion in September 2012 and will be published in 2013. Stewart lives in Somerset with his wife Lucy and twin boys Charlie and Jack. For further information on Stewart go to

Stewart Binns 2012

Competition One 1072 - England is firmly under the heel of its new Norman rulers. The few survivors of the English resistance look to Edgar the Atheling, the rightful heir to the English throne, to overthrow William the Conqueror. Years of intrigue and vicious civil war follow: brother against brother, family against family, friend against friend. In the face of chaos and death, Edgar and his allies form a secret brotherhood, pledging to fight for justice and freedom wherever they are denied. But soon they are called to fight for an even greater cause: the plight of the Holy Land. Embarking on the epic First Crusade to recapture Jerusalem, together they will participate in some of the cruellest battles the world has ever known, the savage Siege of Antioch and the brutal Fall of Jerusalem, and together they will fight to the death.

I have 5 copies of this excellent book in the 1st of this month’s competitions to send to the lucky winners. All you have to do is read the previous few pages and answer the following question.

Where does Stewart insist is the most sophisticated place he has ever seen? Send your answer along with your full postal address to:

The closing date for entries to this competition is July 24 th 2012

Richard Delingpole Front to Back Series. The Front to Back series has occupied me now for nearly two years. It is the result of my two main interests in life coming together: Art and Re-enactment. Personal History I’ve been an artist all my life, having wound up with an MA in Fine Art from the University of Ulster in 1991. After Art College came the years of struggle, during which time I moved from Belfast to Bristol to London and fell into graphic design to earn a crust. After 8 years in London, by now with a family, I moved to my birthplace, Worcester where in 2001 I attended the Sealed Knot’s 350th Anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Worcester. This was purely out of pride in my new home and an interest in it’s History, but my life took a very interesting turn that day. Much to my wife’s horror I signed the “if you’re interested in joining” book in the recruitment tent. It wasn’t that the battle had been that impressive - in fact after the initial march on it was pretty dull to watch. But it looked like a heck of a lot of fun. Re-enactment History The following January I found myself on a wet field in Nantwich being ordered to “charge my pike” at some grizzled looking Royalists on the other side of the field. Nothing beats that first engagement. I genuinely feared for my life. I was sure I wasn’t supposed to be in the front rank... surely some mistake... was it too late to change my mind? Then Crunch! I was face to face with the aforementioned grizzled pikemen who grinned at me and my comrades and said “or-roit mate?” And I was hooked. After a couple of years of crushed ribs I became a musketeer and experienced the joy of gunpowder. By this time I was learning fast about re-enactment. I’d attended a multi-period event at Detling and seen how broad the hobby was. I’d also met a bunch of fellow reenactors living and drinking in Worcester, and started to have a hankering for the Napoleonic period. A certain friend who will remain nameless, but who has a dog food named after him, coerced me into joining a French Voltigeur regiment. I was quite happy with this arrangement, as nothing quite compares to the French Napoleonic uniform, especially the elite units with their plumes, sabre briquets and epaulettes. All of this seems so long ago now, and I have been in four different Napoleonic units, two of them British and two of them French. I’ve taken part in Napoleonic battles in Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, The Czech Republic and the Netherlands. I’ve had an amazing time, and met some amazing people along the way. Painting All this time I’d forgotten that I’d set out in life to be an artist. It’s not that I hadn’t painted at all, just that I hadn’t been inspired to paint anything in particular. I’d paint largely about myself, but that had been of interest to nobody, particularly. It certainly wasn’t commercial. But then, one day, on Facebook in fact, I had a bit of a eureka moment. Some friends in the 44th regt of foot had been assembling their regiment’s uniforms through the ages, and at a multi-period event had posed a few of their members in these uniforms and taken photos. I asked if I could have one of the photos to do a painting. The chap I painted was in the

uniform from the French Indian Wars and they’d photographed him front and back and I thought this would be a sensible format to do the painting in, as a great deal of what is interesting about a soldier in uniform is what he carries behind him. So I did the painting and broke with my usual style in several key ways: I was painting in watercolour, on paper, at a small size. An artist friend had recently suggested that the only way artists can earn money these days was through prints. I was doing five-foot high oils on canvas, so this was a huge change of direction for me. But I found it suited me very well. Using solid pans I found setup time was minimal, and I could sit down to an hour’s painting every evening with minimal fuss. I derived a great deal of satisfaction from that first painting, and the reaction from my fellow re-enactors was very encouraging. So I moved on to an old subject: myself. I was my own readily available model, and photographed myself in kit, front and back, and did the painting. I then painted my 14-year-old son in his drummer-boy uniform and bearskin. By now I was on a roll, and starting to branch out to other periods. That group of fellow reenactors in Worcester I’d met 10 years ago had evolved into Worcester Re-enactors, with me now the Chairman. We’d staged several successful shows in Worcester and I had access to many, many different uniforms. So I did a Medieval billman, a friend’s 16-year-old son as a WWII GI, an officer of the 95th Rifles. By now I’d found a place that was doing an amazing job of printing my paintings onto watercolour paper, in such detail that the prints are indistinguishable from the originals. The prints are known as ‘giclee’ (pronounced “geeclay”) prints, and are essentially ultra-high-quality inkjet prints using an 8-colour ink process. Not cheap, but certainly high-quality. So I am now on a kind of quest to paint as many re-enactors in uniform as possible. My criteria has been largely unchanged but this is what I look for in a subject: • Interesting uniform • Authentic and high-quality (to the best of the knowledge of the wearer) • A plausibly-aged subject (not too old!) • A plausibly-built subject (not too fat!) • Relaxed posed The paintings take up an area the equivalent of a piece of A4 paper, on an A3 piece of paper. The detail is dependent on the quality of the original photography I take. This normally requires a “000” size brush, working in a well-lit studio. I don’t use white paint, and work with high quality solid pan watercolours, occasionally using stopping-out fluid where areas need to remain bright white (buttons, links on a chain etc.). I go to great lengths to make the colours as close to the originals as possible, using actual items of clothing where possible. For periods outside my knowledge I have to rely on the subject to tell me what should be changed, if anything. A seam here, a pleat there, an incorrect button, badge or absence of. Generally I just use people I trust, as these paintings take anything from 15 to 27 hours to paint, depending on complexity. Having recently painted several WWII subjects I’m now doing someone from the Lace Wars. The driving force is not what will be commercial but what keeps me and therefore the viewer interested. With a combination of multi-period events and Facebook I could now pick and choose my subject, and I’m certainly not running out of models. With 12 paintings under my belt already I’m really just starting, but there are huge gaps in my collection both geographical and temporal. The deal I make with my models is that they get a print at cost price. They need to fit the criteria laid out above and sign away their model’s rights as part of

the deal. I’m certainly not going to retire on what I’m currently selling, but then I’m not exactly going for the hard sell as the prints currently come under the same heading as reenactment: “For pleasure”. There are some amazing historic painters out there whose work I really admire. Don Troiani and Mark Churms are two that spring to mind. But with my inspiration with the Front to Back series is the Osprey artists, who are essentially illustrators, offering primarily detail and information ahead of style and character. Ideally the desire to provided detail creates a style all of its own. In time I intend to paint scenes, involving two or more figures, with backgrounds, but for the time being I’m not stopping with the current format. I feel I’m improving with each painting, and there are still hundreds of uniforms out there I’d love to paint. If you think you fit the bill, please get in touch. If you want to see the full line up, visit my website at You can find where Worcester Re-enactors are drinking at and you can check out Worcester Re-enactors own multi-period show at

The Festival of History Kelmarsh Hall Northamptonshire, UK July 14th & 15th 2012 Visitors immerse themselves in 2000 years of England's past during the Festival of History at Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire, presented by English Heritage. The event features everything from falconry, jousting displays and battle re-enactments to music, dance and ale. The Historical Writers Association will also be there with various talks and meet the author sessions throughout the weekend.

Battles of Camlann 28th & 29th July 2012 A 13th Century Re-enactment event to coincide with the British Festival of Archaeology Week, this involves an active dig at the original Medieval village on the site. 11th & 12th August 2012 Early through to mid 15th Century-“Tintagel Style” Open to the public 10am – 5pm daily Camping available on site – Wed before to Wed after for £5 Water, wood, toilets and showers available. Fri-Mon camping & Trader Pitches are FREE 2 Battle daily, morning and afternoon Re-enactor competitions Beer tent, Music, Archery, Story Telling, Rural natural crafts Archaeologists on site for July event On the site of King Arthurs Stone and an actual early medieval battle site! Location: Arthurian Centre on the B3314 half mile from A39 and B3266 junctions. Post code PL32 9TT. Approx. 3 miles from Tintagel. For booking, please email:


The Battle of Mortimer’s Cross (C1461) September 15th & 16th

Oxford 14-19 August 2012 Come and spend a happy week making a period/historical costume under the expert supervision of Ann Susan Brown Other courses available: Baroque Dance, Commedia, Singing and Instrumental Music Fees: £485 for full board and tuition (financial help available, age immaterial) Enquiries and full brochure from Barbara Segal on 020 7700 4293 email: website:

Hampton Court Castle & Gardens, Herefordshire Living History Combat Archery Cannon Traders Row Music Dance Barber Surgeon Beer Tent Bring & Buy sale (Sat eve)

Competition two BRIGHTON BELLE The First Mirabelle Bevan Mystery From bestselling writer Sara Sheridan 1951, Brighton. World War II is over, the Nazis brought to justice, rationing still in force. Mirabelle Bevan, a former backroom girl for the Secret Service, takes a job as a secretary at a debt collection agency in Brighton. Following the death of her married lover all she wants is a quiet life but when a client - pregnant Hungarian refugee Romana Laszlo – goes missing, her specialist knowledge might just come in useful. Then, when her boss ‘Big Ben’ McGuigan also disappears, Mirabelle decides to put into practice all the spying theory she knows. With the enthusiastic help of Vesta, the insurance clerk along the corridor, Mirabelle begins down a dark trail strewn with gold sovereigns, betting scams and dead bodies. The forces of evil, it would appear, are still alive and well. They’re just not where you might expect to find them.

I have 5 copies of this excellent book in the 2nd of this month’s competitions to send to the lucky winners. Question: Where was Sara Born? Check out the Biography page at to find the answer

Send your answer along with your full postal address to:

The closing date for entries to this competition is July 24 th 2012


This is not the story of the nine-day Queen, Lady Jane Grey, but of her family, her husband Guildford Dudley’s family, and how they were affected by King Edward VI’s device for the succession. It is told from the points of view of Lady Jane Dudley and Lady Frances Grey, the mothers of the would-be ruling couple. Here the infamous Duke of Northumberland, John Dudley, becomes a devoted and attentive husband; he is a firm leader for England and peaceful about meeting his gruesome end. Lady Frances becomes not a mean, ambitious mother, but a woman who loved but could not relate to her intelligent teenage daughter, Jane. The story begins with Henry VIII’s death and recaps all of the classic anecdotes from this time: Katherine Parr’s shocking remarriage and death, Lady Mary Tudor’s failed attempt to escape England and her imagined religious persecution, and the feud between Northumberland and Somerset, resulting in Somerset’s demise against the English population’s wishes – all leading up to Edward VI’s plans to make his Protestant cousin Jane the queen of England. But it also provides the stories behind the stories, told from the fresh perspectives of the mothers involved. Along with historical accuracy, a swift-moving plot and little family details that any mother would remember and treasure, such as Lady Dudley’s talking parrot and Lady Grey’s dismay at her daughter’s surprising lack of common sense, the novel includes characterizations at which this author excels. She takes the infamous villains of history and presents them as relatable human characters. This book at times made me smile and then cry with the tragedy. I very much recommend it.

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Event Information 30th & 1st Laxey, Isle of Man, Victorian Adventures Details: 30th &1st Medieval Festival, Harewood House, Yorkshire, UK 30th & 1st Milton Keynes Museum, Stacey Hill Museum, Milton Keynes

July 2nd & 3rd Cheriton Battle Display Weekend Hampshire 7th & 8th The Romans are Coming! Burgh-le-Marsh, Lincolnshire 13th – 15th “Sword & Fire” 1012, Ontario, Canada For more details: 14th Hereford Historical Day Details: 14th & 15th The Battle of Tewkesbury, Tewkesbury, UK 14th & 15th Kedleston Hall, Derby. 1745 Jacobite Rebellion Details at: 14th & 15th The Festival of History, Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire, UK 21st & 22nd Victorians at Hughenden, Hughenden Manor, Bucks 21st & 22nd Anglesey, Costumed interpretations Details: 21st & 22nd Berkeley Skirmish, Berkeley castle, Gloucestershire, UK 21st & 22nd The Battle of Azincourt, Azincourt, France. 21st & 22nd Battle of Clontarf, St Ann's park Dublin

22nd The Battle of Salamanca, 200th anniversary!/event.php?eid=183242878392002&notif_t=event_invite 27th – 30th C13th Event at The Arthurian Centre. Slaughterbridge, Camelford, Cornwall, UK 28th & 29th Longthorpe Tower, Medieval Painting Workshops Details: 28th & 29th Tournement of Walraversijde, Belgium 30th Highclere Castle Battle Prom Berkshire 31st Priory Maze, Beeston Regis, Norfolk, “Have a Go” Medieval Archery Details:

August 4th & 5th The Second Annual GREAT ROAD ENCAMPMENT 18th Century Encampment 1700-1799, Elliston, VA, USA Contact Henry Bryant at 4th & 5th Midlands Festival of History, Overstone Park. For details contact: 10th – 14th Robin Hood Festival, Sherwood Forest, Notts, UK 11th & 12th Castle Rising, Norfolk “ Soldiers Through the Ages” Event Details: 11th – 13th The Battle of Camlann, The Arthurian Centre, Slaughterbridge, Cornwall, uk 14th & 15th Anglesey, Costumed Interpretation Details: 18th & 19th Douglas, Isle of Man, WWII Tribute Details: 25th – 27th Pensthorpe, Norfolk. The 8th Medieval Spectacular with Jousts Details: 26th & 27th Multi-period re-enactments at The Sheffield Fayre, Norfolk Heritage Park, Sheffield

27th – 29th Loseley House Battle Display Weekend (NA) Nr Guildford, Surrey 31st – 2nd “Borderland 1474”, Poland. Near the border with Ukraine

September 1st & 2nd Ayscoughfee Hall, Tudor Weekend 1st & 2nd On the Home Front 1939-45, Rufford Abbey Country Park, Notts, UK 1st & 2nd Etal Village Northumberland. Flodden, early 16th century weekend. Contact: Tod Booth Traders: Annie Doebereiner

1st & 2nd Gloucester through the ages, City of Gloucester. Major Roman to WWI 8th & 9th EMA weekend at Caldicot Castle, wales 15th & 16th The Battle of Mortimer’s Cross, Leominster, Herefordshire, UK 22nd & 23rd Wimpole at War (1940s event), The Wimpole Estate, Cambs, UK 22nd & 23rd Blasts from the Past multi-period show, Broadlands, Romsey, Hampshire 29th The Hundred Years War, A Century of conflict re-evaluated. Tower Of London 27th – 31st Holkham Hall, Haunted Halloween Horror Details: 29th & 30th Sherwood through the Ages multi-period, Sherwood Forest, Nott, UK

October 6th & 7th Hughenden’s Wartime Weekend, Hughenden Manor, Bucks, UK 26th & 27th The International Living History Fair, Bruntingthorpe, UK

November 9th – 11th The Original Re-Enactors Market, Ryton, Near Coventry, UK 10th & 11th The National Living History Fayre, Onley Grounds Equestrian Centre, UK 24th & 25th Ludlow Castle Medieval Christmas Fair, Ludlow, Shropshire, UK

December 1st & 2nd Holkham Hall, A Victorian Christmas Details: 8th & 9th Holkham Hall, A Victorian Christmas Details: 13th – 16th Peterborough Cathedral, Historical Christmas Market & fayre Details:

The Re-Enactor Group Listing

Argentina A.R.M.E. (Association Recreacionista Medieval Escandinava) 4th - 13th Centuries Location: Argentina Battle re-enactments and duels, talks on myths, legends, religion, history and art. Email: Website:

Australia 15th Hussars Napoleonic Location: Victoria Regency dinner, dances, battle, skill at arms, mounted drill displays Website: Email:

19th Alabama Re-Enactment Group Western Confederate 1863-65 Location: South East Queensland A campaigner group with regular camp outs and drills. Website: Email:

42nd Royal Highland Regiment (1815) Aus. 1800-1815 Living history and combat displays Website: Email:

“A” Battery, Queensland Permanent Artillery C1896 Drills and public firing displays A variety of weapons are fired during the display. Website: Email:

Ancient Hoplitikon of Melbourne inc. 3rd, 4th & 5th Centuries Location: Melbourne We portray ancient Greek Hoplite/Citizen Soldiers & Roman, Phlanx Drill, Symposiums. Website: Email:

Anderson Zouaves Living history & research American Civil War Research, living history, skirmishes, dinners, music and songs, publications. Website: Email:

Army Group South WWII Location: Brisbane Our core purpose is the historical recreation of the combatants and non-combatants of the 20th Century. Website: x.html Email:

Australian Medieval Guild Inc. Location: Australia combat focused reenactors. Website:

Australian Napoleonic Association (ANA) 1789-1815 Military & Civilian activities Website:

Battery ‘D’ Rowan Artillery C S A 1864 Location: Victoria American civil war re-enactors with two full size 6pdr. cannons Email:

Beechworth Historical Re-Enactment Group Inc. 1852-1885 (Inc. Ned Kelly era) Re-enactments, educational talks, promenade around Historical Beechworth. Email:

Blood & Bourban (Pavia 1525) 1520's specifically 1525 Location: S.E. Queensland & Brisbane, Aus. Landsnechts & Spanish Infantry, Cavalry, Canon and non-combatants Email:

‘C’ Troop 15th King’s Light Dragoons (Hussars) Location:@ Victoria Authentically recreating the sabre skills and horsemanship of this elite cavalry regiment. Email:

Captain Sandham’s Company RA 1815 Location: Victoria British Napoleonic re-enactors with 2 full size 6pdr. cannons Email:

The Colonial Re-Enactment Society Inc Location Melbourne Victoria. We do Re-enactments from 1788, to 1900,s, and Displays etc. Our main Military unit is the 40th Regt of ft (2nd Somersetshire) from their arrival in Victoria 1852 to 1859. Email Website:

Commonwealth History Group Location: Cooma, NSW Historical research Email:

Commemorative History Society Australia WWII, Horse & Musket era Member Royal Australian Historical Society and project member Living History resource group. Website: Email:

Eslite d’ Corps Caboolture, Qld, Australia 1340-1380AD We recreate a noble household of the 14th century, focusing on all aspects of medieval life and culture and bring some of the most well known performers and characters to the recreation of history today. Website: Email:

Historia Germanica 1500-1560 Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Sword training in the style of Renaissance manuals, cannon drill & firing, costume workshops, feasts.

Kingsley Swords Combat School Location: Kingsley. We fight mostly with Shinia & other wooden weapons. Website:

The Companie of Knights Bachelor Location: Queensland The Companie re-creates the era of the 3rd Crusade, the time of Richard the Lionheart and Saladin, of brave knights and beautiful ladies, with the excitement of a medieval tournament, using real weapons and the clothing of the time Email:

Knights Guild of Wessex & Mercia Inc. 1150-1220 Location: Brisbane Arts & crafts, school talks, catering and entertainment for functions. Email:

Knights Order Of Lion Rampant 1385-1415 Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Event: Abbey Medieval Tournament & Festival, Cabooulture, Queensland. (Dark Age – Renaissance) History Alive (Roman – Vietnam War) Website:

Leongatha Medieval Society English Army 1346-1400 Location: Leongatha, Victoria, Australia Combat, armour making, tournaments, educational talks, western martial arts, warbow training and construction + traditional archery Email: Website:

Living History Resource Group Multi-period Location: Sydney Living history encampments, dinners, music, song, public shows and research. Website: http://eighteenthcenturylivinghistory.freeforums.o rg / Email:

Melbourne Ancient Re-enactment Society 1300BCE – 456 CE Location: Melbourne University Mediterranean & European civilizations Website:

New England Colonial Living History Group 1680-1760 Location: Armidale, NSW Historical trekking, experimental archaeology, primitive wilderness survival. Website: http://eighteenthcenturylivinghistory.freeforums.o rg/ Email: Blog:

New Varangian Guard (Rusland garrison) 9th – 13th Centuries (Viking) Members of the Guard attempt to learn about the lifestyle of these peoples by study and reconstruction of the materials and practices of the period. Website: Email:

The North Queensland Historical Re-enactment Society Colonial, Boer War, WW1 and WW2 Website: .html Facebook:!/groups/375631 589121614/ Email: The Pike & Musket Society (The Routiers) October 1642 (Battle of Turnham Green) Location: Blaxland East, NSW, Australia Living History, Drill, Combat. Email:

The Order of The Dragons Realm 900’s-1500’s Location: Tasmania Living history & Combat Website:

Teutonic Order of Prussia C14th & C15th Location: Kandanga, Queensland, Australia Jousting, Foot Combat, Daily life and times reenactment Email:

Uppsala Medieval Society 500 – 1500 Location: Sydney, Australia Combat, various crafts including brewing mead, archery, blacksmithing. Training every weekend. Website: Email:

Society for Creative Anachronism Australia Largest pre 1600s Medieval recreation group in Australia. Branches in all major cities and larger country towns. Experiential historical reenactment. Not a display group Website: Email:

The Wayfarers of Midgard 1st to 15th Centuries Location: Tasmania Historical European Martial Arts and Living History Email:

White Company 100 years war, specifically 1346-1394 Location: Australia Archery, equestrian activities, dance, games, costume, cooking. Website: tml Email;

Belarus Order of Temple Late 13th – early 14th Centuries Location: Minsk, Belarus Re-Enactment of templar & Secular Knights and infantry. Email:

Belgium Braunschweig Gelernte Jäger Kompanie 1809 – 1815 The 2 company of the "hunters - riflemen" of the avantguard of the Brunswick's army. They were German but they were fighting under British orders until 1809 in Spain Email:

The Company of the Morning star C15th Location: Belgium Combatants, archery, making hypocras, calligraphy and costume making. Website:

The Company of The Turnip C15th Location: Koekelare, West Flanders. Living history, plays, horsemanship, archery and pikemen Website:; Email:

The Griffin Medieval Society C15th Location: Belgium mercenaries, hypocras wine, chainmail manufacturing, medieval knitwear, falconry Email:

De Liede der Laeckvaleye 13th,14th & 15th century Location: Belgium Medieval re-enactment with emphasis on authenticity, to gain a better understanding of medieval life! Website: Email:

Lubbeekse Legervrienden WWII Location: Drogenhof 57, 3210 Lubbeek, Belgium WWII Re-Enactment group and Historical Cars. Email:

Milites Templi Early 12th century – 1307 Location: Belgium (Ghent) Swordsmanship demos, camp life, shows for children, marching with Latin commands. Email: Website:

Ulfelagar 9th – 10th Centuries Location: Arlon Wool and textile craft demonstrations, warfare explanations & demonstrations. Website: Email:

Vzw Het Gruuthuse Huishouden C15th Location: Belgium Reconstruction of the Bourtgundian life and the household of Lord Louis of Bruges. Website: Email:

Bulgaria Chigot 12th – 15th Century Location: Varnia, Bulgaria We recreate the period of the second Bulgarian tzardom and Balkan history. We produce arms, armour, clothes and accessories. Email:

Modvs Vivendi 12th & 13th Centuries Location: Sofia & Varna Experimental archaeology and living history society. Email: Website:

Brazil Histotiarte A Non-Profit making organisation Website: Email:



Gnivil Medieval History Group Viking to Renaissance age. Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada We perform and teach medieval crafts from metal work to costume making. + lots more besides. Box 33, site 9 RR2 Tofield, Alberta, T0B 4J0, 780-710-0396

Knights of the Northern Realm C14th (Richard III) Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Study of authentic medieval combat, armour & history. Host annual C14th Tournament & 2 medieval festivals. Email: Website:

Montjoie C1471 Location: Quebec Province French Free Archer of 1471, civilian & military re-enactment Website: Email:

Scallagrims Medieval Martial Arts Ce Location: Toronto, Ontario Kievan Rus (Russia) XII-XIII century, Vikings IX-XI Full-Contact Live Steel Martial Arts, Living History and Costume, Fire-play Website: Email:

Varulfr Vinland Viking 1000 & earlier Location: Quebec City, Canada Email:

Croatia Order of The Silver Dragon Early 13th – late 15th Centuries Location: Zagreb, Croatia Promoting chivalry, culture, customs & world fantasy. School of medieval fighting, chainmail making, costume making. The Grifon Magazine Website: Email:

Czech Republic Karlovci 1315-1380 Jan Lucemburky (John of Luxembourg) & his son Karel IV (Charles IV) Website:

Pani z Landstejna (Lords of Landsteyn) 1290-1330 Living History & Combat Website:

Societas Draconistararum 1408-1437 Members all over the EU To re-enact medieval life Website: Email: Email:

SSHŠ ČESKÁ KOROUHEV. o.s Czech association of fencing & theatre group Near Prague Email: Website:

VIRTUS VINCIT Zlín, Czech Republic Historical fencing, dancing and fire Art and production agency Website: Email:

Denmark Causae et curae 1350-1400 Location: Denmark Knowledge on medieval medicine, handmade soaps and herbal remedies. Hand sewn medieval costumes. Website:

Gordons Route 1340-1370 Location: Fredericia, Denmark. Living history, combat & fire shows. Email:

Legio VI Victrix Cohors II Cimbria 0-300AD Location: Denmark Telling the story of Scandanavian-roman relations Legionaires, auxilias & Roman artillery + civilian group with Roman Taverna. Website: Email:

England 2nd (Queens Royal) Regiment of Foot 1809 Location: Surrey Re-creating the life of a British regiment of line infantry during the Napoleonic wars Website: Email:

2/Pz.Aufkl.Abt.Grossdeutchland (GD Recon) Location: UK WWII Accurate portrayal of the rifle men in a motorised reconnaissance unit within the elite ‘Grossdeutschland’ Division that mainly saw active service on the Russian front during World War II. Website: Email:

4and 20 Blackbirds We are historic cooking specialists and work from 15th century through Edwardian. Website: www. Email:

17th Century Life & Times C17th Location: Middlesex Life and times of the 17th Centuries Website: Email:

21st Panzer Division Living History Group WW2 Living History/Battle Re-enactments/ Film Work etc - We have a range of historic military vehicles Website: Email:

29th Field Kitchen Crimean to WWII & beyond Cooking in an authentic style, period recipes. Website: Email:

43rd Monmouthshire Light Infantry 1803-1815 Location: London Napoleonic British Light Infantry Email: Website:

Col. Richard Bagot’s regiment of the SK 17th Century Civil War Re-Enactment Website: Email:

Also: York Rangers (1793-1797) Age of Chivalry Specializes in the re-creation of full contact Tournament Fighting and Dance of the Fourteenth Century during the time of Edward, The Black Prince. Email:

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Armet Early 16th century based around the Flodden (1513) period re-enactors, portraying civilian and military life at the time of James IV of Scotland and the Young King Henry VIII. Email: Website: Berghestede Archers C14th – C16th Location: West Sussex Also “The Circle of Friends”, WWII Website:

The Border Levy 15th Century Location: Hereford, UK Combat, archery & living history & various crafts inc. maille making, bow making and fletching. Email: Website:

Ladies of the Bower & Lords of the Tower C15th Location: Kent We seek to represent the English nobility of the Neville / Plantagenet household through our Living History encampment Website: Email:

The British Plate Armour Society (BPAS) 14th & 15th Centuries Location: Members all over UK Combat, archery, living history, film & TV work Website:

The Clarence Household 15th Century Location: Huddersfield, UK Combatants, archery & Living history Website:

Colchester Waits Dark age to modern Location: Colchester Popular music from the dark ages to the age of enlightenment Website: Email: Company of Chivalry 14th Century Location: Bristol, UK Knights, soldiers & peasantry in period costume displaying arms, armour and other artifacts. Website:

Companie of Canterbury 1455-1485 (Wars of the Roses) Location: East Kent, UK We attend events all over the UK Website: Email: The Company of St. Joseph C15th Location: S.E England, UK Combatants, archery, high quality living history. Email: Events:

Companie of the Silver Arrow C15th Century Location: Hemel Hempstead Living History, Archery, Combat, Barber Surgeon, medieval games Website: Email:

Crusade 1066-1216 Location: UK - Midlands in particular A society of several groups, we focus on the crusades and contemporary cultures of all faiths. Perform combat and living history. Extra support available for student groups wishing to join. Website: Email:

Dawn of Chivalry C13th – C15th Location: Hartlepool, N.E England Combat, Displays, Social Activities Email: Website:

Deeds of Arms 2nd Century AD Location: Hampshire, UK Historical players specialising in Gladiatorial Combat, Stage Combat & fait d’armes of the 1360’s;

Devon Medieval Alliance 1450-1500 Location: Bideford, Devon, UK Tournaments, attending multi society events all over the UK. Email: Website:

The Dogs of War 13th -15th Century Location: Nottingham, UK Resident group at Nottingham Castle, living history and combat displays. Website: Email:

Domus Lunaris Wars of the Roses Location: Sutton, Surrey, UK Group of medieval mercenaries comprising of swordsmen & women inc. massage therapists & healers. Email:

Ealdfaeder 7th – 11th Centuries Location: East Anglia, UK Anglo Saxon and Viking re-enactment and living history Email: Website:

The Ermine Street Guard Roman Army 1st Century AD Location: Gloucester, UK Displays of Roman army, armour, battle tactics, visits and talks to schools, liaison with universities, museums and archaeological groups Email: Website:

Escafeld Medieval Society 1250 – 1300 Location: Sheffield, UK We re-enact a 13th Century Tournament, living history and archery Email: Website:

The Fairfax Battalia 1360 – 1650 Location: Members all over UK High quality military and civilian re-enactment Part of the English Civil War Society Email: Website:

Fellowship of the Ox Dark ages-Renaissance Location: Oxfordshire, UK Performances, demonstrations and lectures for fetes, events (public & corporate) parties and for interested groups as guest speaker. Website:

The Ferrers Household 15th Century (Wars of the Roses) Location: members across the UK Combatants, archery & Living history, blacksmith, carpenter Website: is currently under review

Fox Commando Royal Navy WWII Royal Navy Commando's, one of the best kept secrets of WW2. A living history group part of the larger Northern World War 2 Association. as a unit we do living history displays and take part in battle re-enactments. Website: Email:

Gosport Living History Society 1642 Location: Gosport, Hampshire, UK Group recreates life at start of Civil War using its range of timber frame and cob buildings. Email: Website:

Heraireia Palatiou (Palace Company) C900 – C1204 Location: North of England Living history presenting aspects of life in and around the court of Constantinople. Military drill, training and combat. Court Ceremonies. Website: Email:

The Historical Harpist (Sarah Deere-Jones) Classically trained professional harpist who performs on authentic and/or reproduction instruments and in costume for concerts, lectures, historic events, schools and TV. Concerts include other instruments, readings, stories and dancing, historical CDs, sheet music and harp tuition also available. Website: Email:

History re-enactment workshop 16th & 17th Century England Location: All over England 1st person interpretation for 16th & 17th century social & domestic history. Website :

Hood’s Texas Brigade 1861-1865 Location: UK We represent John Hood’s famed Texas Briagde Website: Email:

Hospitallers of England & Ireland 1095 - 1300 CE (1st 3 Crusdaes) We have full living history with a selection of rare and genuine artifacts, combat displays, and give talks and lectures on the history of the order and the crusader periods. Website: Email:

The Kedleston Re-enactment Group C15th Location: Derby & East Midlands Presenting an authentic portrayal of the lives of the C15th. Email: Website:

Knights in Battle Medieval Society 15th Century Battle re-enactment Location: Sheffield, UK Living History, Combat, authentic cooking, indoor training sessions and social gatherings Email: Website:

Knights of Honour Cambridge C14th Re-enactment group

The Knights Hospitallers of the North Location: Manchester Living history, sword displays, weaponry talks, armour talks Email:

Knights of Skirbeck 1381-1485 (notably reign of Henry IV) Location: UK Living history, crafts & combat. Email: Website:

Knights of Royal England 13th – 16th Centuries Location: Based in Kent, UK Spectacular Jousting and Mediaeval entertainment. Email: Website:

Lacewars C18th Specifically 1745/46 Jacobite rebellion Location: UK We portray both Government and Jacobite. Military & civilian Website:

Lancashire Hussars 'D' troop period 1900 - 1918 To recreate a First world war cavalry troop of yeomanry hussars, to research the background, To put on displays of camp life and where funding allows riding skills and parades. Email:

Legio Secunda Augusta Mid 1st to Early 2nd Centuries Location: Members all over the UK Roman military and Civilian life Email: Website:

The Lion Rampant Medieval Location: South Buckinghamshire, UK Singing, fighting, juggling, music, dance & story. Educational shows in a light hearted fun manner. Website:

The Lichfield Garrison The English Civil War garrison of Lichfield Website: Email:

The Lincolnshire Victorians 1795-1901 All things Victorian! Website: Email: The Marquess of Winchester Regiment English Civil War- C17th Location: UK Living history and combat Website: Email: membership: Regimental contact:

The Marcher Freemen 13th – 15th Centuries Location: UK Living History and Skirmish re-enactments. Website: Email:

The Medieval Combat Society C14th Location: Southern England, UK Combat, archery, and dance. Entertaining shows to educate whilst having fun! Website:

Medieval Siege Society C14th & C15th Location: UK Siege equipment, combat, archery, living history, gunnery, historic crafts, trading and more. Website:

A Merrie Noyse Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire Period music and dance covering medieval to English Civil war periods. Also themed activity days for schools from Egyptian-Victorian times. Perform for museums, historic houses, weddings, banquets, handfastings and corporate events. Website: Email:

Les Miles des Marches 1066-1403 Location: Shropshire Living history encampment, knights on horseback, archery and combat. Website:

Norwich & Norfolk Medieval Association. (N.A.N.M.A) We cover the Reign of Edward 3rd (1312 - 1377) with three different styles of Living History displays. Email:

Norfolk Trained Bands English Civil War 1639-1660 Location: UK Civil War Re-Enactment Society Email: Website:

Normannis 1135-1215 Location: All over UK Combat & Craft displays as well as historical set pieces Website:

Northampton Pagans A place for Pagans in Northamptonshire Website: Email:

The Northern Men at Arms Society Wars of The Roses Location: UK Full living history, have a go archery, combat Email:

The Great Northwood Company C14th Location: Croydon, Surrey Living history, combat, archery, dance & mummers plays Website: Email:

The Order of Rye Longbowmen Medieval Location: East Sussex Archery Email:

Oskorei Viking-Norman Location: Bristol, UK Full living history from warriors to craft and village life. Website:

Paladins of Chivalry 1360-1415 & 1460-1480 Location: London, UK Civilian & Military life within a noble household. Music, dance, archery, combat. Email: Website:

Passamezzo 1450-1700 Location: UK Music, Theatre and spectacle for all occasions Website: Or:

Pirates & warriors Dark Age, Medieval & Pirate Location: Basingstoke We train at Oakridge Methodist Church every Wednesday evening, 7.30pm to 10.30pm Website: Email:

Plantagenet Medieval Society Medieval Living history, combat, archery Website:

Must be over 18 years of age!

Plymouth Medieval Society 1370-1450 Location: Plymouth, Devon, UK Combat tournament with characters from the hundred year’s war in full armour, medieval court dancing. Email:

The Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment. Guildford, Surrey Victorian Period We portray both the regular and volunteer battalions of one of the UK's oldest infantry regiments, and are one of the few groups who portray the rifle volunteers. We can recreate a training camp or provide a military escort or display, performing period drill and camp life at events across the country. Also, currently looking for recruits! Website:

Quills and Bow 1066-1508 Location: UK A small group of Monks and Nuns on pilgrimage offering medical support in the form of a surgeon and an apothecary. Website: Email:

Red Army of the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945 We represent the 2nd Guards Rifle Division, the largest Red Army re-enactment group in Europe. Website: Email:

Re-enacting Ancient Times Society (RATS) Location: Cambridgeshire and the surrounding counties. Knights of St John Re-enactment 12th/13th Century Hospitallers and Pilgrims Bjarndi Broedr - Dark Ages to Norman invasion De Vere Household - Post Norman invasion to 13th Century Email: Website:

The Red Wyvern Society C15th Location: Cumbria, UK Historical re-enactment society recreating as many aspects of life during the Middle Ages. Email: Website:

Renaissance Footnotes Tudor (1450-1650) We specialise in portraying the domestic pastimes of the period – particularly the music and dance Email: Website: http:///

Romanorum Roman multi-period cavalry with infantry and living history. Website: tours/ Email: Website:

Rose & Thistle (RaT) 1745 Jacobites/John Roy Stewarts Regt. Highwaymen, Thief takers and civilians. Living History, skirmishes and story telling. Website: Email:

The Royal Ulster Rifles Location: East Anglia Period Covered: North West Europe 1944-1945 The group was created in 2004 as a way of promoting all who served in Irish Regiments during World War Two, and in particular the Royal Ulster Rifles. Website: Email:

Runelore Vikings Viking Location: Launceston, Kernow.UK Combat & Living History Email:

Sir John Savile’s Household Mid to late C15th Location: Based in South Yorkshire Portraying daily life and times of a modest 15th Century Yorkist household. Combat, archery, living history. Website: Email:

Soldier Blue RAF Regiment LHG. WWII and Post war Location: UK, US & Germany We attend forties L/H & Re-Enactment events and veteran association events all over the country. Website:

The Suffolk Free Company C15th Location: Suffolk Living History & Combat Email: Website:

Swords of Chivalry C14th Location: Essex/Hertforshire Medieval entertainment and re-enactment group Website: Email:

Team Falchion C14th & C15th Location: Nottingham/Derby, UK Living history & sword fighting demonstrations. Website:

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The Tudors of Temple Newsam Location: Leeds, Yorkshire 1500 acre site with Tudor/Jacobean Mansion, stable courtyard & C17th Farm. Email: Tele: (0113) 3367559

The Tommy Atkins Historical Society 1944-45 Location: UK The 5th Platoon, B company, 1st Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment in the 49th West Riding Division. Email: Website:

Vicus Roman, Iron Age, Romano British, Gladiators, Living History Website:

The Vikings of Middle England 789-1080 Location: Leicester, UK Combat, SPFX, living history Email: Website:

Wryngwyrm Dark Ages Location: Bedfordshire, UK Living history & combat. Website:

Wyldes Noyse Dark Ages to Age of Enlightenment Location: East Anglia Popular music through the ages Website: Email:

Ya Raqs Roman to medieval Location: Chester Dance Group Website:;yaraqs.blogsp Email:

France Al Cantara The Middle Ages Location: Paris At the crossroads of Celtic & Arabo-Andalousian music, street shows, historical faires. Website: / Email:

Les Compagnons d’Araluna asbl 1353-1383, Duchy of Luxembourg Location: Arlon Craft demonstrayions, warfare demonstrations, maille making, civilian & religious life Website: Email:

Company La Courbiere Location: Burgundy The 30 Years War Focused primarily on the 30 Years War Website: Email: La Gerboreene C1435 Location: Gerberoy, Picardy, France. We re-enact the Battle of Gerberoy (d1Arundel) which took place May 9th 1435 at Gerberoy. Email: Website:

Histoirenscene C13th – C16th Location: South of France French historical evocation sword fighting Website: L’Ost du Dauphin 15th Century Location: Vienne (Isere), France We specialise in the artillery of the C15th, with 6 pieces of ordinance, accessories and living history camp. Website: Email:

Les Portes de l’histoire 350BC – 100BC Location: Bourgoin Jallieu Our company presents Celtic period with a War Chariot. Website: Email:

Germany Bergische Lehnsritter e.V. C13th Location: North-Rhine Westphalia/Germany We reenact knights, archers, sword fighters & countrymen while doing complete tournaments and camps. Email: Website:

ArGe Sanquis Georgii C15th Location: Bavaria We reenact merchants & pilgrims and the household on a ministerial castle. Email: Website:

Greece Koryvantes 12th- 3rd Centuries BC Re-enacting Greek Warfare Website:

Medieval Rose Association 14th-16th Centuries Location: Rhodes Island We organise the Medieval Rose Festival and the Castle Fayres Website: Email:

Ritter Hellas 1100-1350 Location: Athens Re-enactment of Crusader Orders, combat, parades and seminars Email: Website:

Hungary Haiducks of Bethlen Gรกbor Our aim is namely to do research into the social history of the age of the Turkish occupation of Hungary (16-17th century), to revive its peculiar battle processes and to represent the authentic weaponry, clothing, manners, music, dance and literature of the era Email: Website:

Indonesia Nusantara Indonesia , Malaysia , Philippines , Brunei & Singapore Islamization of Indonesia (13.Cent. The Focus of the Group is the Culture of Nusantara and it's Struggle for Independence

Ireland An Braden Ban (The White Salmon) 10th - 16th Centuries Location: Dublin Ireland Training every Sunday for all members using a variety of weapons in a combative & martial way. Email:

Bran Dubh Location: Kilkenny, Limerick, Cork and Tipperary 13th/14th Century combat and living history displays but some of our number also do Celt and Viking Website: Email:

Faol Lia Historical Re-Enactment Society Neolithic – WWI Location: Carrick On Shannon, Co. Leitrim Design, school work, film work, armourer, historical advisors. Website:

Fingal Living History Society Location: Dublin Historical recreation society dedicated to portraying medieval and viking life and times in an accurate, informative and entertaining manner. Website: Email:

Gael agus Gall Irish Living History during the Viking Age Location: Leixlip, Co. Kildare, Ireland Demos and displays of crafts, food, weapons of the Viking age at Public shows & Museums Email: Website:

The Roman Military Society of Ireland (Legio XX Valeria Victrix and Celtic Numerius) Portraying the Roman Army in the first century A.D. We portray all aspects of military life including the Legionaries, Auxiliaries, Allies of Rome and even the civilians who were part of the Army and its entourage. Also full contact Gladiatorial and Legionary Combat and Roman Artillery Email: website:

The Toccoa Breed We portray the 101st airborne, the German paras, the German army and a unit of the SS that fought in Holland. Website: Email:

Italy Cavalieri di Ranaan 1000-1600 Location: Milano, Italy Combatants, Medieval Pavilion, Medieval animation. Email:

Compagnia d’Arme Sancto Eramo Medieval Location: Rome, Italy Medieval events, duels, music, merchants and jousting. Website: Email:

Compagnia dell’Aquila Bianca 1370-1430 Location: Florence-Naples Combat, living history, full contact tournaments Website: Email:

Compagnia della Morte Medieval Location: Milano Combat, living history, full contact tournaments Website:

Compagnia della Torlonga 1380 and 1420 Location: Padova in Italy Living History, combat and archery Website: Email:

Confraternita del Cervo C12th & 13th Location: Bomo, Italy Combat, Living History & Crafts Email:

Corpo di Guardia di Gradara Medieva Location: Gradara Living history & Combat Website:

Equites Aurati Medieval Location: Brescia, Italy Combat and living history Website: Email:

Fanti di Spade Location: Sarzana 1280-1310 a group of genovese infantrymen and knights from all over Europe, we make fighting and living in medieval Italy Website: Email:

Gilda del Loto Nero 1200-1400 + banqueting for all periods. Location: Bologna, Italy Living History, Musicians, banquets, production of Roman & medieval wines & liquors. Email: Website:

Gli Sparvieri 1370 - 1420 Location: Bagnara di Romagna Combat, Living History, Banquets Website: Email:

Order of St Michael C10th – C14th Location: Italy Group historical medieval Website: Email:

Pisa Ghibellina 1260 – 1325 Location: Pisa Montaperti’s Battle & Altopascio’s Battle Living history, combat, school talks. Website: Email:

Sbandiertori e musici della signoria di Firenze 1469 – 1492 Location: Florence, Italy Traditional flag throwing accompanied by drums and chiarine playing. Sword fighting Website: Email :

Scaligeri 1265 – 1387 Location: Verona, Italy Cultural assoc. of research, teaching in primary schools and medieval events Website: Email:

Luxemborg Lucilinburhuc 8th – 16th Century Location: Luxembourg We practise historical European martial arts (I.33, German & Italian school, Wallerstein, ekuchner) Email: Website:

Lucilinburhuc 250 B.C. – 1600 AD We practice historical European martial arts I.33, German & Italian school, Wallerstein, Lekuchner, and many more Websites Re-enactment: HEMA:

Mexico ARDEMAC Asociación Recreacionista de la Edad Media alianza de Cavalleros Location: México CIty XIII century Sword foght, Archery, medieval cooking, camps, music, clothing, educational presentations in colleges, museums, and festivals. Website: Email:

Mester de Juglaría Location: México city XI to XV century Music Website: Email:

Netherlands Compagnie van Brederode 1480-1490 (dutch mercenaries) Living History, Combat Website:

Compagnie van Cranenburgh 1360-1380 Living history, infotainment, combat Website:

Clan Macbran 1745/1746 Jacobite Civilian We portray daily civilian life from the 18th Century Scottish Highlands & weapon demos Website: Email:

Muninn & Huginn Viking Living History Group Living History, Crafts, Daily live Website:

Pagus Viriditas 950 AD to 1500 AD Location: Enschede, Netherlands Living History, museums, school visits Email: Website:

Pax Romana Roman military, civilians and gladiators (1st and 4th century AD) Living History, museums, school visits E-mail: Website:

Tungrii Late Roman & Viking Civilian Life in these periods Website: Email:

New Zealand Anglosaxon Medieval Guild Viking – Tudor periods Location: Cambridge, New Zealand Also The Medieval Marauders Email:

La Licorne Blanc (Sth Burnett Medieval Society) 1100-1563 (notably The Black Prince) Location: Murgon South Burnett & Toowoomba Various workshops held monthly covering heraldry, costume, cooking, music & dance + Email: Website: 937494

Second Legion Augusta (NZ) 1st & 2nd Centuries Location: Auckland, New Zealand Legionaires, Auxiliaries & Artisans. Combat, sword and armour making + roman legion equipment. Website:

The Northern Horde of Tauranga Medieva Location: The Bay of Plenty The National Association of Antigue & Medieval Arts are hosting the event. Website:

The Wellington Medieval Guild 750-1600AD Location: Wellington, New Zealand Music, dance, singing, embroidery, costuming, plays and combat. Website:

Norway 7th Texas 1808AD Location: Oslo, Norway The group lets people join in re-enacting the military activities of the period

Det Sondenfjeldske Frivillige Musketeercorps 1861-5 Location: Oslo, Norway The group lets people join in re-enacting the military activities of the periods

Kongshirden 1260 Location: Bergen, Norway Primary focus on re-enactment fighting and live steel combat. Email: Website:

Ladehirden 7th – 11th Centuries Location: Trondheim Viking re-enactment and stage fighting Email: Website: 3859296

Legio XV, 108AD Location: Oslo, Norway The group lets people join in re-enacting the military activities of the periods, and the legion also helps you to make your own equipment. Website:

Nordenfieldske Grenader Compagnie 1808 Danish/Norwegian Line Infantry Location: Trondheim, Norway Infantry Email: Website:

Ordo Ignis 1300-1400 Location: Trondheim, Norway Knights on Horseback, foot combatants, archery. Email: Website:

Tordenskiolds Soldater Stavern Location: Norway Early 1700’s land/naval re-enactors Website:

Poland Nordulf C8th – C12th Location: Poland Migration period and Viking age jewellery, clothing, belts, baldrics, pouches, knives, and seaxes. Email: Website:

Portugal Guildas Aureas-Associacao de Recriacao Hisorica The Middle Ages Location: Portugal Re-Enacting crafts that existed as Guilds in The Middle Ages. Email: Website:

Romania Gladius Dei Sibiu Living history & Combat Website:

The Order of the Knights of Burzenland 14th C Brasov Living history & Combat Website:

The Order of the Knights of Hunedoara 13th-14th C Hunedoara Living history & Combat Website:

The Order of the Knights of Medias 12th-14th C Medias Living history & combat Website:

Paladins of Terra Medies C9th – C13th Location: Medias Living History & Combat Email:

The Silver Hawks 10th C Oradea Combat Website:

The Transylvanian Dragons 15th C Cluj-Napoca Combat, living history and medieval crafts Website:

Russia Union of St Olaf C14th Location: Russia Reconstruction of the Swedish crusaders in Finland, 1320-1370 Diocese Abo 283916

Scotland 94th Regiment of Foot (Scots Brigade) Napoleonic 1812-1815 Location: Ayrshire Accurate portrayal of Grenadiers, Drill, Musketry, Living History encampments Website: Email:

Celtic Britain 1300bc Location: West Coast of Scotland Website:

Fire & Sword Medieval-16th Century Location: Kilmarnock Living history and combat Website: Email:

Gaita Medieval Music Musical performance and publishing Website: Email:

Gordon Highlanders 1914-1918 WWI Re-enactment, drills, static displays. Website: Email:

Knights of Monymusk Vikings-Scottish War of Independence Location: Arbroath Combat, have a go archery, living history Website: Email:

Marr agus Fibh (member of Regia Anglorum) 850-1100 Location: Aberdeenshire & Fife, Scotland, UK Combat, living history. Email: Website:

Mythos Historic Events Medieval & Jacobite Location: Aberdeen, Scotland We provide banquets for corporate and wedding functions Website: Email:

Schiltron 1300-1500 (also Jacobite) Location: Aberdeen, Scotland The group stages and participates in historic events. Regular practise sessions. Website: Email:

The Sell Swords Dark age to C15th Location: Ayrshire Combat, mercenary, fight for who pays most Email: Website:

Verias Vincit Jacobite Rebellion 1715 Location: Ayrshire, Scotland We give dramatic combat displays as well as indepth living history performances Email: Website:

Spain Asociación Compañía Bellomonte 1450-1490 (C15th) Location: Belmonte (Cuenca) Association for Spanish Medieval Reenactment. Website: d=100002084082512 Email:

Asociacion Historico-Cultural Aliger Ferrum C13th Location: Valencia Combat & Living History Website: Email:

Caballeros del duero C12th & C13th We recreate ladies and knights of the Castilian court and civilian craft characters Website: Email:

Company Almogávares de Almansa Location: Almansa Centuries XI-XII-XIII Group of recreation almogávar, mercenary soldiers of the Crown of Aragon. Activities, Camps and life of camp, launch of azcona (short lance), throw with sling, workshop of leather, medieval fencing, group of flageolet and percussion, participation in battles and skirmishes... Website: Email:

Grupo de Recreación Histórica Signum Phoenix 1050-1490 (C11th-C15th) Location: Madrid. Group of medieval studies through living history. Website: Email:

Ludud Gladiatorum Vulcanum Roman Empire to 12th-15th Centuries Location: Madrid, Spain Gladiator’s combat exhibition, various workshops for children Website: Email:

MAGERIT C8th - C17th Location: Madrid (Spain) Combat, craft & Living History Website: Email:

Sweden Albrecht's Boesser 1364-1389 Location: Sweden Specialised in, and with particular focus on, early handgun’s manuscript fighting, battlefield fighting and medieval crafts; dyeing, weaving, blacksmithing, carpentry, leather crafts Email: Website:

Carnis 1364-1412 Location: Sweden Infantry warcamp under the banner of Margrethe 1st of Denmark. Enemy of Albrecht of Mechleenburg & his hand gunners. Website:

Gustav II Adolfs fotfanika Early 17th Century, specifically reign of Gustav II Adolf 1611-1632 Location: Goteborg, Sweden Honour guard, wedding guard, musket salutes, canon salute, city watch show, pike, musket & artillery drills. Troop & military camp. Website:

Jacobs Ledung 1250-1325 Location: Goteborg, Sweden Representing the common person of the periodfarmers and craftspeople. Dyeing, weaving, sewing, bone carving & cooking. Email:

Switzerland Companie of St George Late 15th Century Living history display of a small Burgundian garrison with a few guns. Website: Email:

VCRV The Swiss Assoc. of living history Roman Early Imperial A collaboration of various groups Website: Email:

Turkey Turkish Re-Enactors Location: Istanbul Focused on World War II Wermacht & WaffenSS and also were going to focus on World War I Turkish Army in Gallipoli. Email:

Les Pieds Gauches C15th Location: Switzerland Dance and music, offering courses as well as dancing with the public Website: Email:

USA 5th Texas Field Artillery American Civil War Location: Colorado The only American Civil War re-enactment in Colorado open to the public. The unit has one 3 inch Ordanance Gun. Contact:

71st Penn.Vol.Inf. Company B American civil war Based out of Southern CA & Northern NV We portray a mid to late war unit during winter quarters. Includes Civilian Corp. Website: Email:

The American Civil War Assoc. Northern California Website: Email:

American Civil War Society, Inc. Southern California Largest and safest civil war re-enactment group in southern California. Website:

Comstock Civil War Re-Enactors Northern Nevada Living history and combat Website:

The FTMS Period Covered: 1400-1600AD Location: New Bedford, MA Historically accurate pirates, fencing, presentations to schools, youth programs and libraries Website:

The Grellon Renaissance Guild 15th Location: Ventura, California, USA Archery/Forestry Guild Website:

Hawaii Historic Arms Assoc. Hawaii We exist for the perpetuation of firearms, accoutrements and edged weapons as living history. Website:

Highland warriors-Kingdom of the Gael 1560's Scottish Highlands Location: Fremont, California, USA Living History, sword theatre, weapons and clothing history & demonstrations. Email: Website:

St Ita's of Cill Ide (pronounced kill eeedie) 1564 Location: California, USA A participation guild focusing on the everyday lives of noble women. Sewing, carding wool, spinning, leather working. Website: Website

Knights of The Northern Realm Location: California Authentic medieval combat in historical armour Website:

Micel Folcland (Branch of Regia Anglorum) 950 – 1066 Location: Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana Focusing on the Danelaw in the early C11th. Accurate re-enactment of everyday life. Website: Email: The National Civil War Assoc. Mid California Dedicated to the education of the public about the people and events of the civil war. Website:

New Mexico Civil War Commemorative Congress

New Mexico The mission of the NMCWCC is to provide a forum for the communication of ideas and events between member units. Website:

The Neville Companye 1377-1485 Location: Maine & New Hampshire, USA Living history, crafts, archery, educational outreach programs for local schools and organizations. Website:

The Seattle Knights/ Pirates of Puget Sound 1100/ 1740 Location: Seattle, USA professional theatrical combat and equestrian performance troupe Email: Website: http://

Southern Nevada Living History Assoc. Nevada Living history & historic re-enactment Website: Email:

South West Civil War Assoc. American Civil War Arizona Arizona’s largest and most active civil war reenacting organisation. Website: Email:

TherionArms Location: Austin, Texas Historical swords, weapons, armor, and world antiques Website:

Time-Line Enterprises C18th – Today Location: Greensburg, PA Public shows, School events, Research Time-Line Enterprises, PO Box 304, Greensburg, PA, 15601, USA Website:!/pages/Time-LineEnterprises/134151009953852

Utah Civil War Association American Civil War We participate in battle and encampment reenactments, balls, living history activities and parades. Website: Email:

Veritas Swordplay Academy Location: Moses Lake, Washington, USA Veritas Swordplay Academy offers instruction in the German medieval martial arts of Master Johannes Liechtenauer Website: Email:

Viking invasion Viking period Location: San Antonio, USA Combat using Jomsviking system. Website:

The Vikings of Vinholm Viking Period Location: Maine, USA Live Steel Viking re-enactment Website:

Westmearc Viking & C11th Anglo Scandinavian culture. Location: Oregon & Washington, USA Military & civilian re-enactment, living history Email: Website:

HQ Wuffingas Historical Re=Enactment Club Medieval Tournaments Location: Cambridge City IN 47327 Living history, tournaments, training sessions. Website: 7421960024

Wales Ardudwy Knights (Marchogion Ardudmy) 1230-1340 (+ Owain Glyndwr) Location: North Wales Fighting, archery, falconry, games and many housekeeping arts! Website: Email:

Cosmeston Manor Archers C1346 Location: Cosmeston medieval village, Cardiff, UK Archers encampment, archery demonstrations

The Freemen of Gwent 14th Century & up to 1415 Location: Members all over UK Combat, archery living history, crafts and trades email: Website:

Sir Henry Vaughan’s Company 1639-1660 (Sealed Knot Co) Location: South & West Wales Living history, pike & Musket Website: Email

Marcher Stuarts 17th English Civil War Living History and military group displays Website: Email:

The Montgomery Levy 12th – 15th Centuries Location: Mid Wales, UK Full living history, combat, archery, field kitchen, medieval baggage cart & traders display “levied foot soldiers” Email:

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Australia Asa & Contarina’s Small Luxuries Location: Australia We specialize in historically accurate clothing and accessories. Website: Email:

Corps Sutler I Supply Roman, 17th century, Napoleonic and ACW clothing and equipment. Special items made to order. Website: Email:

Dark Ages Emporium Dark Woods Forge Location: Tasmania Location: Australia We sell medieval reproduction goods such as Bladesmith and Jeweller weapons, armour & Jewellery (LARP gear too) Website: Website: Email: Email: Dragons Realm Location: Australia All things medieval, mythological, magical, wicca, gothic and the macabre. Website:

Eco Drums Location: Australia We make drums from all eras, including turned medieval tabor style. Website: Email:

Errant Knight Location: Queensland, Australia Maker of Daggers, alloy warhammers & maces, bronze maces, C14th Pewter belts, jewellery & armour. 74956&ref=nf Email:

The Gilded Needle Medieval & Fantasy Location: Brisbane, Australia Commissions for medieval & fantasy clothing. Sewing kits and medieval style dolls. Email:

Historic Armouries Supplying quality munitions armour to the re-enactor community. Web Site: Contact:

To The Kings Wardrobe With over 20 years of experience and passion, we design and create bespoke historical garments of high quality and accuracy that feel wonderful to wear. Working in accurate natural fibres from leather to silk and linen, we reproduce the fashions of Western Europe from the Early Middle ages to the 19th century, with a special love of the 14th to 16th centuries. Hand finishing is a speciality and smocking is one of our hallmarks. Website: Email:

The Sutlers Store NSW Australia Location: NSW, Australia WWII, ACW, Napoleonic-specializing in French. Website: Email:

Belgium Brabantse Meade Location: Vertrijk, Belgium Production and selling of mead. Website: Email:

Kolja the Karelian Location: Belgium I make wooden spoons and bowls by hand Website: Email:

McFarthingbowl’s We sell a variety of multi-period items: buckles, buttons, lace, shoes, sabres, horn and bone products, uniforms etc. Email: Website:

Canada Name : Darksword Armory Location : Montreal, Quebec, Canada Hand forged swords & armors for reenactment groups and serious collectors, with a particular focus on the 5th to the 17 th C. Custom orders & Damascus steel blades are also available. Website: Email:

Tanis & Enif Metal Imporium Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Mail making Email:

Czech Republic Arma Bohemia location:Velvary/Prague High quality weapons, armor pieces and everyday equipment of middle ages and renaissance. Website: email: Kovex-Ars Ltd Nechranicka 239, 43145 Brezno, Czech Rep. Weapons, armour, leather goods & metalwork. Email: Website:

Arms and Armor Manufacture Wide range of arms and armour available to order. Website: Email:

England 6of1 Location: Lincolnshire Authentic provenance artefacts Iron age to steam age Website: Email:

19th Century Tailoring Location: Bournemouth For all your 19th Century tailoring needs. Website: Email:

1066 Creations Location: Shropshire Gargoyles, green men, folk lore image casts Website: Email:

Aelfgyfu Location: Staffordshire Hand made Dark-Age giftware Email:

Eric Moulder Maker of historical woodwind instruments Shawms, Crumhorns, Curtals, Rauschpfeifen, Cornamusen and Baroque Bassoons Website: Or:

Alison & Hugh's Handmade Things Newark Website:

Ancient Battle Crafts Supplier to reenactors, museums & collectors. Arms, armour, shields, clothing, shoes, tents, jewellery, chainmail + lots more 300BC 1600AD Email:

Annie The Pedlar Location: Hampshire, UK Tudor/Elizabethen reproduction accessories and haberdashery. Website:

Annott’s Pots Location: Essex Individually handcrafted reproduction pottery, 2000BC-1800AD Workshops for schools and museums Email:

Arabian Knights Location: UK Leather supplies Email:

Arbalist Armoury Medieval crossbows & Quarrels Longbows & Arrows Email:

Archers Review This is a website, run for and by archers with a thirst for knowledge. Our extensive collection of reviews is split in to a number of sections to make it easy for you to find what you are interested in Website: Email:

Art Pol Location: Cheltenham Email:

Paul Atkin Historical Woodworker Woodware for the reenactor and modern market. Email: Website:

Bad Ceramics Location: UK Unique handmade ceramics Website: Email:

Barefoot Leather Location: Ludlow Manufacturer of leather goods. Website: Email:

Battle Ready Hand crafted leather armour Website: Email:

The Battered Booke Shoppe Location: Norfolk, UK Manufacturers of hand bound medieval books for re-enactors, film, tv and museums. Website: Email:


The Bearded Dwarf Outside Bars John Freeman Real Ale tents & Meadariums (mead & fruit wines) for historical re-enactments and markets. Email: Website:

Sister Beth Calligraphy Location: UK Poetry, verses, inspirational quotes, all hand crafted originals. Website: Email:

Black Hand Armoury Matt Black Armour Location: UK Location: UK Arms, armour, jewellery & fashion wear for re- Armour made to order enactment periods from Bronze Age to Website: Napoleonic. Email: Website: Black Bear Events Location: UK 20 years experience in event management. We can supply site infrastructure, marquees, caterers and entertainers Website:

Black Sheep Emporium Location: UK Period costume researched and made for you by Jennie Black Website: Email:

Black Star Clothing Medieval clothing range for all ages and sizes up to xxxxl for lords & size 42 for ladies. Website: Email:

Blast from the Past Sophie Matthews & Chris Green Historical Music Website: Email:

Bohemia Beauty Replicas of Historical glass Website: Email:

Born 2 Late Historical Leatherworker Website: Email:

Brandon Thatchers Film Services Location: Rugby We offer a complete rustic scenery construction service for events. Website: Email:

Buckleswyvern Location: South Glos, UK Wooden practice swords and medieval heraldry plagues, wall hangings, fridge magnets Email:

Gary Burbeck (VTCT MFHT Fully qualified and insured freelance BSL-using Massage & Holistic Therapist available for public & private appointments in the SW UK and events nationwide. Sports, Swedish, Hot & Cold Stone massage; Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Reiki. Email: Website: Busy Mole Music Ltd Location: UK Harp makers, dealers in early musical instruments & early music specialists. Email: Website:

H Burbeck Copperfoil method stained glass design and creation using the glass itself to make images in many forms such as panels, plaques, mirrors, suncatchers or other 2D work in any genre, shape, size, style, timeline/period . Email:

Candles for All Ages We specialise in candles for most periods. Also candle related historical interpretations. Email:

Candle Maker Period candles (ONLY beeswax and tallow with authentic and modern wicks); lighting accessories including horn paned replica period lanterns; small personal sundries: combs, spectacles, pins, needles, dice; period textile equipment: spindles, shuttles, lucets, heddles etc. ALL hand made in wood, bone, horn or metal. Website: Email:

The Captains Seamstress Elenna De Vargr Period Costumes from the 10th to 18th Century. Costume design and advice for all periods covered. All items hand stitched. Email:

Cavalier Books Civil War Sutler Books ideal for the re-enactor, covering a wide Location: Dorset range of history. American civil war clothing, frontier clothing, Website: associated leather work, soldiers needs items, accroutrements, footware, ladies ware and dresses and footware. Website: Email: Class History Classic Costume Location: UK Location: Plymouth The place to find re-enactors taking history into Mainly Regency Period costume the classroom Website: Website: Email: Email: The Cloth Hall Location: Huddersfield Natural fibre & reproduction historical textiles. Email:

Cloak’d & Dagger’d Jackie Philips Costumes Email: Website:

Club Axe Ltd Mr Richard Cooper Medieval re-enactment furniture Also Bespoke Furniture Website: Email:

Hector Cole (Arrowsmith) Location: Chippenham, Wiltshire, UK Top quality reproduction hand forged arrowheads of all periods. Archaeologically correct artifacts and blades forged to order. Website: Email:

Company of Artisans Location: UK Domestic & social history interpretation. Medieval tile making, wattle & daub, plaster, Tudor bricks, stone masonry. Website: Cornish Leather Craft Hand carved leather made in Cornwall: we sell standard or custom made leather goods from bookmarks to belts and bags, guitar straps to hair accessories. Any item considered. Website: Email:

The Company of the Black Bird, 1066-1356 Historical presentations, talks, living history and re-enactment. Website: Email: The Costume Mercenary Commissions undertaken Website: Email:

Crossbows Replicas Our craft experience is based on creating reproductions of weapons, armour, halberds and medieval firearms as well as crossbows. Website: Email:

Crossman Crafts Location: Portsmouth, UK Hand crafted personal accessories, combs, pomanders, sewing and weaving accessories, gaming items and more! Website: Email:

The Cutting Edge Company Location: Sheffield The Cutting Edge Costume Company site for Leather armour, weapons and costume for Live Role Players (LARP), Reenactors, Goth, Punk, Theatre and Film Website: Email:

Damnonii Traders Location: UK We supply furs including wolf, bear, cross wolf, coyote and assorted deer. Email:

Danegeld Derbyshire Arms Ltd Location: London, UK Location: Derbyshire, UK Dark Age & Medieval Silver and Bronze All kinds of black powder firearm including Jewellery. wheel locks. Medieval to the C19th. Website: Email: Design Asylum Location: Warwick Costumes researched and custom made to your measurements and requirements. This can include chainmail, leathercraft and tooling as well as cloths and underpinnings. Email:

Dilligaf Brian Tassinari Medieval beds and boxes Any commission undertaken. Website: Email:

Douggie the Wood Location: Strensall, York Wood craftsman and period furniture maker. Website: Email:

Dragons & Unicorns Locations: Ringwood Hampshire Shop in Swindon, WiltsHistorical and Fantasy clothing for male and female of all ages - no limit on size as we handmake each outfit so available from Zero to Hero. Website: Email:

The Dragons of Wye-ten Dressing History Medieval Puppet theatre. Lives like dragon C18th & C19th bonnets, silk stockings &C. puppets play all the parts in this unique puppet An engaging series of presentations. show. A large range of authentic dress patterns Website: Website: Email:

Eceniron (Historic Blacksmith) Location: Suffolk A wide and varied range of historic Iron work made by skilled blacksmiths Email:

Embellished Joanna Tyrrell Thread Buttons, Ladies & gentlemen’s textile and knitted accessories. Extant item enhancement. Website: Email:

Embroidery Emporium Location: Bath, UK I make embroidery and black working suitable for use as parts of historical costumes. Email:

Evenlode Studio Location: Oxfordshire, UK Large range of leather arnour and props for theatre, live roleplay and historic re-enactment. Website: Email:

EventPlan Limited Howard Giles Professional historical event planning and management services; live historical events to enjoy (with historical traders welcome at most events); reconstructions for TV and film. Web site: Email:

Extra Klasse WWII The core of my range is produced by Michael Janke in Germany, who is renowned for his quality & accuracy of style. Aged, they are sometimes hard to distinguish from the originals. I am confident that you will not be disappointed with the quality of his superb garments. Website: Email:

Excalibur Artifacts Location: Farnborough Mike and Thelma Smith bring history to life. Have a Tudor person into your classroom. Handle clothes and artifacts as well as participate in Tudor games and activities. Make history fun for everyone Email:

Fairbow UK Location: Spalding, Lincolnshire, UK Suppliers of traditional English Longbows, American flat bows, horse bows of varying tribes/armies and all leather work and sundries Email: Website: Tel: (James) 07771 866133

Foxblade Trading (& re-enactment shoes) Manufacturers and suppliers of boots, shoes, leatherwork & historical supplies. Website: Website: Email:

House of Freyja Handmade medieval cloaks, generic cloaks in velvet. Rune sets, Medieval inspired pendants. Handmade replica stained glass pendants. Website: Email:

Gemmeus Historical reproduction jewellery Location: Suffolk, UK Jewellery. Also available for commissions. Email: Website:

The Giddy Kipper Purveyors of Fine Food Fayre Historical, themed & Outdoor Events Website: Email:

Gothic Green Oak Location: UK We specialise in historic board games, dice & playing cards covering Roman, Anglo Saxon/Viking, Medieval, Tudor, ECW & Napoleonic. Email: Website:

Jack Greene In role historical presentations for schools, heritage sites, museums, films and TV. Website:

Greenleaf Workshop Location: UK Greenleaf Workshop specialises in the creation of bespoke arms and armour and material for museums, living history re-enactors, theatrical productions and collectors. Website:

Grunal Moneta Location: Lincoln Hand struck coinage in pewter, copper, bronze, silver or gold. Travelling Mint craft demos. Website: Email:

The Gunner Hautbois Location: Lincolnshire, PE12 0EF Location: North Yorkshire Late Victorian to 1980's deac's, specialise in the Music in historical context 1066-1945 Vickers Machine Gun and Lee Enfield Rifles Website: Website: Email: Email: Richard Head Longbows Over 30 years Experience with Longbows. Location: Melksham, Wiltshire, UK Makers/suppliers of all Longbow Archery equipment. Hand made to your specifications. Email: Website:

Brian R. de Heer Period Weapons Armour & accessories; Wooden Boxes ; Drinking Horns / Tankards / Mugs ; Linen & Cotton Clothing.;Quality Leather offcuts; Pouches & Bags Email:

Hedgewitch Historical instruments, clothing, wood crafts etc Email:

Heritage Tents Aurillac Way , Retford, Nott’s DN22 7PX Phone : 01777 703489/Fax : 01777 704743 Medieval tents-pavilions, Burgundians, wedge tents, bell tents, Traditional pole tents, awnings, tailor made tents, hand sewn eyelets and groundsheets Email: website :

Herts Specialist Fabrics Historic Arts Carpentry Location: Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK Paul Bennett Supplier of cloth to the re-enactment world. Hand-made furniture, weapons, Reproduction fabric for museums, listed games and accessories. buildings, film, theatre & television. Website: Website: Email:

Historical Costumiers Historical Management Associates Ltd Makers of historical costumes. 250 books on subject’s pre 1660 which we Costumed interpretation, Suppliers of costume publish, banquets, sheepskins, specially made accessories. period fabrics, historical fruit varieties and Website: reconstructed landscapes for living histories and Email: film work. Website: Email: Historical Promotions & Event Management History Matters Butstone Business Centre Suppliers of Medieval shoes & boots, arming Petrockstowe, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 3ET points, clothing points & aylets, padded jacks, UK gambesons & aketons. Website: Website: (01837) 811243 or 07944 524657;www.historymatters House of De Clifford Suppliers of ethically produced fur to the historical and re-enactment world. Members of the British Fur Trade Association. Email: Website:

David Hodges Medieval trader (+ other periods) Location: Northants, UK Forges, fireboxes, spits, lamp irons, banner stakes, tent pegs, tools for making & repairing armour + general tinsmithing and sheet metal work. Website: Email:

Jane Huggett Location: UK Historical Costume Maker, covers all periods. Also available for talks as a professional costumed interpreter. Email: Website:

Jones Instruments Location: Staffordshire Bagpipe Maker Website: Email:

Kanes Armoury Sells historically accurate, hand made leather armour and accessories.

Kats Hats High Quality Bespoke Historical Headdresses, Costumes and Accessories, cover the 13th, 14th and 15th Centuries and are individually handcrafted to order and customised to suit existing outfits or a new ensemble for any historical setting be it Re-enactment, Music and Dance. Website: Email:

To The Kings Wardrobe With over 20 years of experience and passion, we design and create bespoke historical garments of high quality and accuracy that feel wonderful to wear. Working in accurate natural fibres from leather to silk and linen, we reproduce the fashions of Western Europe from the Early Middle ages to the 19th century, with a special love of the 14th to 16th centuries. Hand finishing is a speciality and smocking is one of our hallmarks. Website: Email:

Lancasters Armourie LTD Location: North Derbyshire, UK Arms and Armour specifically for full contact medieval combat. Email: Website:

Leathstitch (Steven Pole) Location: Leicester, UK Leather goods & canvas kit bags. Email: Website:

Legendary Armouries Location: UK Trader in arms and armour from all periods along with fantasy, movie swords and revel/airfix model kits. Website:

Karl leofrsson Location: Cornwall, UK Leather work and maille making, also story telling Email:

Letters of Marque Historical replicas of accoutrements and props from the Golden Age of Pirates. Website: Email:

Lionheart historical replicas Location: Sussex Manufacturers of the finest replica medieval pewterware. Pilgrim & Secular badges, dress accessories, spoons, domestic wares. Website: Email:

Lone Knight Supplier of Roman to Medieval re-enactment, historical and fantasy items. Website: Email:

Maggie’s Location: UK The makers of costumes for adults and children Website: Email:

Mayhem Photographics Location: UK Get shot by an expert Re-Enactment photographs Website:

Mercia Sveiter Bronze & Pewter Castings. The whole original gdfb range inc. chainmail, helmets, spear heads, clothing, horn items & swords. Email: Website:

Medieval Art & Woodcraft Frances Perry Location: West Yorkshire, UK Reproduction & modern furniture, weapons and living history items. Medieval & historical reproductions of images as pictures, banners & flags. Email: Website:

Medieval Heraldry Location: UK We design and manufacture high quality heraldry apparel, flags and shields for the discerning medieval re-enactor, LARP enthusiast as well as museums, historical venues and themed events. Website: Email:

Medieval Photogrpahy Historical|Re-Enactment|Wedding Documentary|Event|Commercial TV & Film|Stock Photography Website: Nigel Wallace-Iles

Medieval and Pirate Costume Sally Fever Location: Isle of Wight Email:

Medieval Supplies Location: Staffordshire, UK Journals, leather goods, dipping pens. Website: Email:

Medieval World Location: Thetford, Norfolk , UK We bring history to life with a presentation on a variety of historical subjects. All delivered with historical accuracy and a dash of humour, plus artefacts for the audience to handle. We can also provide the discerning re-enactor, or museum and the like, with a number of hand-bound historical books. Website: Email:

Medren Medieval Location: Staines, UK Medieval, renaissance and gothic style dresses made to measure, hire or buy! Website:;www.medieva Email:

Paul Meekins Military & History Books Location: Warwickshire Large selection of books. Secondhand, out of print and new. Website: Email:

Megan McConnell Embroidery Editor Email: Website:

Merchant of Menace Large range of re-enactment items including armour, weapons and leatherwork. Website: Email:

Mike the Hat Fine felt and woollen hat maker Website: Email:

Mike’s Military Books Location: Tring, Hertfordshire, UK Selling previously owned books, model kits and militaria Website:

H W Morgan & Sons Location: Herefordshire, UK A family business carrying on the tradition of making hand cleft ash tent pegs. No minimum quantity Email: Website:

My vintage life A shop full of vintage and retro accessories for your home, yourself, and your life. Website: Email:

Edward Nash Location: Isle of Wight Armourer Email:

Natural Spa Supplies Sally Mittuch BA (hons) PGCE RMANM Import, wholesale, retail & training courses. Soapnuts, Rhassoul Clay, Alum Crystal, Argan Oil‌ Website: Email:

Needwood Tree Location: Burton-on-Trent Medieval Market Traders, specialists in obsidian windchimes, crystals, wooden chests, boxes, jewellery and incense. Website: Email:

Nidderdale Archery Location: Pateley Bridge, Harrowgate, UK Traditional style bowyer and fletcher and artificer of medieval style longbows & arrows. Ash shafts and bow staves. Bow Making courses Website: Email:

Nonimus Minstrels of Merrie England A colourful band of costumed entertainers. Period instruments with basket full of lively song, dance and medieval music. Website: Downloads: Bookings: Julie 07790 537512

NP Historical Shoes Location: Derby, UK We make hade made, authentic footwear from ancient to C18th. We also demonstrate our craft at events. Email:

The Pagan Sanctuary Location: Reading, Berkshire, UK Dragons, Fairies, Swords, Display & ReEnactment types. Website: Email:

Pans Pantry Location: Norfolk, UK We specialize in selling incense resins, burners and associated goods. Website: Email:

Past Tents LTD Location: Biddlesden Brackley, UK Purveyors of fine quality tentage. Special designs undertaken. Website: Email:

Peggy’s Necessities Sundrie apparall for souldiers and goodwives of the middling sorte Email: Website:

A Piece of History Location: UK Traditional archery supplies Website: Email:

Pilgrim Shoes Location: Wooton, Bedford, UK Reproduction Tudor & Elizabethan shoes. Website: Email:

Pike & Shot Events Ltd Event Management, Historical interpretation & consultancy for live historical productions, films, TV, schools, museums and the heritage industry. Website: Email:

Pimpernel Clothing Pinchmill Leathers Ltd Location: UK Paul Hoogstraten th th I sell 18 and early 19 century clothing and Leather Merchants accessories including leather goods. Website: Website: Email: Email:

Plantagenet Reproductions Location: UK Purveyors of fine wrought ironwork & historic costume, cloaks, clasps, armour and powderflasks Website: Email:

PlugfirecapgunsUK Location: Cambridgeshire, UK Replica firearms for re-enactors, periods from WWI, WWII, to modern day conflicts. Website: Email:

Kochan Philips Historic Textiles Suppliers of exclusively UK manufactured historical textiles made to rigorously researched specifications derived from study of original samples and documentary sources Website:

Piva Director: Eric Moulder Popular music of the Renaissance Website: Email:

Prior Attire Izabella Pitcher Historical Costumier Website: Email:

Props Resources Dept. Vintage clothing, props & Militia Location: 54 Blackwell Street, Kidderminster, DY10 6EY, UK Also: Castings Resources Dept

Rachel Puckey (Tent Maker) Location: Shrewsbury Makers of Re-Enactment getald/ridge-viking-bell tents etc Email:

Pyewackett Location: Tring, Hertfordshire, UK Saxon Selling Thor’s Hammer plus jewellery, Goddess things etc Website: Email:


Quiverstock Traditional fletcher, custom made authentic medieval arrows Website: Email:

Raptor Care Location: UK Falconry displays, private parties and corporate days. Handling sessions. Website: Email:

Ravencrest Location: UK We sell re-enactment grade armour, helmets, bucklers, boots etc Website: Email:

Ravenstonz Location: UK We create replica pieces of metal work using silver, gold, brass and copper based on designs found from Dark Ages and Early medieval archaeological sites and historical records Website: Email:

Ready to Wear ( 1640’s style) This is the webpage of a group whose aim is to improve the kit and clothes of a C17th civil war re-enactment group, using the most up to date references and research. Website:

Reddog (Stephen Norris) Location: Buckingham, UK Historical Blacksmithing Casting & Jewellery Website: Email:

The Reenactors Closet Location: Ware, SG11 1TF For all your authentic clothing Ebay Shop: The Reenactors Closet Email:

Re-enactment Supplies Location: Staffordshire, UK Authentic Supplies for re-enactment purposes for the 15th, 16th & 17th centuries Website:

The Re-Enactor (Trading) Magazine Reiver Trading Location: Herefordshire Location: UK Supplier of wooden tent pegs (6�-18�), unspined Hand Cast English Pewter for museums and Rearrow shafts and rope Enactors. Email: Website: Email: Robin Hood Events Ltd Goose Farm Broadoak Canterbury Robin Hood Events offer s fantastic archery days out Website: Email:

Roo the leathercarver Preston, Lancashire We design and make a large range of high quality leather goods Pouches, Belts, Quivers, Armguards and the like. Websire: Email:

The Roving Pieman Location: Northumberland, UK We produce & supply pies, cakes, jams, chutneys, cheese + specialise in Hog Roasts. Email:

Rune Lore Vikings Karl Leofrsson Location: Kernow, UK (Cornwall) Leatherwork and storytelling. Website:

Vanessa Ryall Creative Concepts Artist: Designer: Tutorials: Cooking: Ambience: Interiors: Email:

RZMilitaria WWII The WW II Gebirgsjager and field equipment are my speciality. I mainly specialise in Third Reich items, but also deal with other periods and countries from around the world. Website: Email:

Sands Bros Chris & Lee Sands Location: Midlands, UK Stonemasons. Any and all stonework undertaken Email:

Sentimental Journeys Location: Lincolnshire, PE12 0EF Specialist suppliers of British Military and civilian equipment and accoutrements 1914-60. Website: Email:

Sewn By Design Location: Ware, SG11 1TF Fancy dress, reproduction historical costumes, Prom dresses, Wedding & Bridesmaids dresses. Website: Email:

Shield maiden Mrs. P. Cload Location: West Berkshire, UK Design and manufacture of shields, plaques and banners, for display or combat Email: Website:

Shoot and Scapa Location: Farnham, UK Hand made and stitched reproductions of historical footwear, bags and archery accessories. Website: Email:

Silver Arrow Archery Location: Bedfordshire, UK All things archery! Website: Email:

S.J's. (Seamstress) Location: Staffordshire, UK A Historical seamstress, period accurate clothing, specialises in the 18th Century but covers all periods Email: Website:

David Smith Events Organiser Location: Wellingborough, UK Organises event around the UK Email:

Soaps of the Sacred Spring Spellbound Supplies Location: Mildenhall, UK Anita & Roger Carthew Handmade and hand milled historical soaps & We stock herbs, crystals and pagan goods. Pater Noster Beads Email: Email: Website: Spirit of the Fens Leather Location: Cambridgeshire, UK Hand carved leather goods. Unit 1a, 3 Acres, Creek Road,South Junction, March, Cambs, PE15 0BY Email:

Standing Stones Studios Location: Buckinghamshire, UK Makers of quality historical replicas Email: Website:

Brad Steele (Stonemason & Carver) Telling History Demonstrations, talks and lectures available on Location: UK the practise and history of the craft of the Maureen James tells tales from an authentic tent stonemason and stone carver. wearing clothing of the appropriate period. Iron Email: age to modern times covered. Website: Email: Templar Insignia Templar Taverns Location: Warwickshire, UK Neil Comley Badges, sculptures, figurines, books and prints on Outside bars and off sales, Quality fruit wines, the Knights Templar and associated subjects. meads and ales Email: Email: Website: Tillerman Beads (Mike Poole) Location: West Yorkshire, UK Handmade glass lampwork beads based on examples from Museums, archaeological finds and reports. Website: Email:

Time – Travellers Battlefield Pyrotechnics, School Visits, Events Organised Website: Email:

Time Warp Textiles Accurately replicated period fabrics for the ultimate in authenticity when recreating replica historical clothing Website: Email:

Time Warrior Productions Location: Derbyshire, UK I sell historic crafts, weaponry, and general supplies from the Roman to Medieval period. School visits & video production Website: Email:

Tinctoria Moira Forsyth Dyer of yarns, fibres and fabrics for knitting, weaving, needlepoint, textile art, braidmaking & embroidery Website: Email:

Tinkers Tailor A fine selection of 18th Century goods all handmade in Great Britain with soldiers, sailors and C18th civilians in mind. Website: Email:

Dave Tonge (Yarnsmith of Norwich) Traditional Materials Costumed Historical Storyteller Location: Essex, UK Teller of Saxon, Viking, Medieval, Tudor and Raw materials for the craftsman Stuart Tales Website: For Old and Young, Rich and Poor! Email: Website: Email: Tudor Market Location: UK A collection of makers and sellars of reproduction Tudor wares. Website: Email:

The Tudor Tailor Reconstructing sixteenth century dress Research, training, production of costume. Practical workshops. Website: Tel: (01483) 414356 Email:

Unicorn Crafts Location: Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, UK Purveyors of variable reproduction medieval artifacts including ironware, wooden items, jewellery and pottery Email:

Viking Crafts Location: Kettering, UK Quality reproductions of viking artefacts Website: Email: EU ONLY!

W.A.G.(Washing borough archaeologygroup) We make short heritage films for museums & schools. (Empathise on Lincolnshire’s heritage) Website: Email:

Judith Watkins Pole Arms

Wight Leather Craft Location: Isle of Wight Bespoke leather goods hand made to measure. Website: Email:

White Rabbit Lynens London We make historically accurate garments, specialising in authentically made undergarments. Website: Email:

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Windfall Photography Medieval event photographic specialists Website:

Wolfs Crafts Location: Northampton, UK Wood carving and leatherwork Website: Email:

Withycot Woodcraft Location: Prickwillow, Cambs, UK Turned tableware, “Treens” for Re-Enactors Website: Email: ZOUNDS! Public Address for Historical Re-enactments Superb Quality at Reasonable Prices Tel: 01785 662884 or 07775 621139 Email:

France CAPELADA Bouisse Cyrille Craft(home-made) manufacturing of felt hats and fabrics(tissues) inspired of diverse périod of the history. Email: 93581154007

Nigel Carren I specialise in restoring and reproducing historic european plate armour fom the 16th and 17th century. I also produce fully articulated miniature suits (1/7th Scale) TV & Film and fashion work. Website: Emai:

Jane’s Wardrobe I make all aspects of clothing from underwear to gowns and coats. Couture Corsetry, period costume and bridal wear Website: Email:

The Mulberry Dyer Location: Houvigneul, France A history of colour! Authentic dyeing demonstrations, talks Website: Email:

SARL THE ESPAVIOTE RN88 - les baraques 43370 CUSSAC SUR LOIRE Such. 04 71 03 99 87 Fax. 04 71 03 65 42 Email: Website:

Germany Famwest Nehelenia Patterns For the best German made period tents at D-59199 Bonen excellent prices. We stock historical sewing patterns 10th - 20th Email: Century, corseting and millinery materials, jewelery, period fabrics, tools and notions, ribbons and laces. We ship worldwide. Please ask for our pattern wholesale catalog! Website: Email:

Vehi Mercatus (The Driving Traders) Location: Langdorf, Germany We sell re-enactment equipment for the medieval period and later Website: Tel/Fax: +49 (0) 9921-882371 Email:

Frank Packer Altertümlichen Lederartikeln Location: Erfurt. 18th and 19th century Knapsacks, Haversacks, and Leather Articles for the Soldier, Traveller, or Adventurer; from extensively researched period designs, or will also undertake custom work and single commissions. Email:

Unlicht Location: Germany Gothic metal mittelalter Website: Email:

Westernbedarf Halang Location: Freiberg, Germany. Historical Tents, wooden plates & leather. Email: Website: &

Greece Strategosathena Location: EU Trade historical figures of historical enactment. Website: Email:


India The Curios House Location: Udaipur, India Suppliers of arms and armour to film shooting, collectors and museums. Website: Email:

Daniyal Steel Crafts We specialize in making historical accurate and highly authentic historical replicas - Helmets, Body Armour, Leather footwear, Chainmails, Clothing, Shields, Tents and a vast range of other miscellaneous other historical related products. Email:

Indian Damascus Location: India Arms, armour, chainmail, swords, daggers and arrow heads. Period and contemporary jewellery, period locks and keys Email: Website: www.INDIANDAMASCUS.COM

Indian Trade silver Location: India Purveyors of the finest trade silver reproductions from history, and original designs done in the 18th & 19th century styles. Website: Email:

N.V. Sikligar Inc Location: India “One stop store for your re-enactment needs” Handcrafted muzzle loading guns, pistols, spare parts, Damascus knives + custom made renaissance & medieval arms and armour. Website: Email:

Indonesia FARIS REEANCTMENT BASAR Location: Indonesia Medieval Saracen Muslim Equipment to all who would like to create a medieval Saracen Group or Character. Website: 038376503

Ireland The Irish War We sell Irish war of Independence uniforms , caps , medals, badges etc for the re-enactor and collector. We ship worldwide. Website: Email :

Mircat Manufacturing ( Bows Strings and Leather Things) Location: Ballinamore, Co Leitrim I produce Traditional wood bows, either split stave or from board, mostly in Ash up to 60# draw weight Website: Email:

Mouthful of Mead Location: Wexford, Eire We make outfits from the Roman period right up to the end of the Medieval period. We also make a huge range of shields and reenactment waster swords. Website: Email:

Italy Davide Bulzacchi Sartoria Storica MonRo Loaction: Padova Location: 47121 ForlÏ (FC) Wooden supports for shields and handmade Medieval Clothing for Re-enactors. C12th – shields replicas. C16th. Armour & Leather protection. Email: Website: Email: VIDUQUESTLA, PADOVA, ITALY I make historically board game and objects of daily use in medieval times (also reconstructions on application). Website: e-mail:

Netherlands Fairbow Suppliers of a wide range of stock for the archer Website: Email:

Gelderseroos Medieval to C19th Clothing and shoes, orders undertaken! Website: Email:

Atelier Zilverlinde Goldsmith, historical reproduction jewellry & leather masks Website: Email:

De Zwarte Zwaan (The Black Swan) Medieval and Victorian Living History group Living History, Crafts, Daily live Website:

New Zealand Imaginosfilms Location: North Island, New Zealand We’re involved in the local re-enactment scene, filming and photographing a lot of events. Website:

THORNFORGE Padlocks/Plate Locks/ Roman to Renaissance Knives/Damascus/ Daggers Plate Armour/SCA Armour etc. Email: Website:

Norway MS Reenactors Shop A large and varied range for re-enactors Website:

Sadefjord Paintball Paintball games Location: Sandefjord Email: Website:

Poland Gardariki I make naalbinding knitwear in historical stitches. Website: Spes-medieval market Location: Torun, Poland. Clothes, gambesons, furniture, tents, equipment, armaments & accessories. Email: Websites:


Jae Design Location: Minsk Clothing designed and produced for all periods. Website: Email: Replika Art Location: Grzybowo Antler and Bone items Website: Email:

Portugal Northern Winds Handmade unique items for re-enactment and Live Action Role Play (LARP). Medieval, Roman and Arabic clothing and accessories. Website: Youtube: Email:

Russia Narval Location: Siberia, Russia We make acoustic musical instruments of ancient Russia (C9th-C11th) and medieval Russia (C12th-C17th) Website: Email:

Scotland Armour Class Scottish Manufacturers of swords Manufacturers of dark age, medieval, 17th century and Scottish swords Website: Email:

Gallowglass Location: Perthshire Hand made glass beads, lamp work and fused glass art. Unique jewellery. Website: Email:

Shetland Handspun Location: Scotland Handspun yarns, natural colours, traditional garments, Shetland lace. Workshops/Tuition Website: Email:

Macdonald Armouries Edinburgh Our specialty is that all our pieces are individually made rather than mass produced and can easily be further customised. Website: Email:

Wield a Shield We specialise in the construction and painting of handmade wooden shields for reenactors, children's play and decoration Website: Email:

Zippy Stitch Location: Fife Period costume and clothing. Victorian to 1950’s Website: Email:

Spain Marshal Historical Alfafar, Valencia, Spain. In Marshal Historical we have a commitment to bring the best quality items for re-enactment, living history, LARP, and WMA use. Our staff with more than 10 years of experience, uses pictorial references and surviving examples to design our pieces: cloth, armour, weapons, tools, complements. Website: Email:

Sweden Avacyn Historical jewellery and reproductions made by a professional re-enacting goldsmith. Website: E-mail:

Handelsgillet 300- to 1900-Century Handelsgillet has provided material and items of high quality, based on archaeological findings, since 1999. We provide fabrics dress accessories, books, patterns, sewing tools, eating utensils, and much much more. Website: Email:

Viking Kristall Stig Nielsen Jewellery Email:

Ukraine Steel Mastery Location: Kiev, Ukraine Producers of large range of steel armour for medieval, SCA, LARP and re-enactment Website: Email:

Willy Trambone Location: Sevastopol, Ukraine Leatherworker Email: Website:

U.S.A Ancient Traders Ltd Location: Texas We specialize in premium re-enactment supplies. We have the first and only commercially available jousting saddle on the market and is in its final stages of R&D. Website: Email:

Black Diamond Metal Arts Location: Black Diamond, Washington State, USA We produce art, signs & armour Website: Email:

Castle Keep Ltd Location: 83 South LaSalle Street, Aurora, Illinois, 60505. Ancient to WWII Re-Enactment originals & reproductions. Website:

C & C Sutlery USA Your one stop source for civil war re-enactment supplies. Website: Email:

Coon River DragonSlayer Visions Iowa, USA Location: Dayton, Ohio, USA We are one of the leading manufacturers & I work with chainmaille, mostly jewelry. suppliers of civil war uniforms for re-enactors. Website: Website: Email: Email: Fall Creek Indiana, USA We have been in the sutler business for 30 years supplying re-enactors, living historians, museums, movie production and victorian era buffs. Website: Email: Fort Vause Outfitters We specialize in products for historical reenactors including 16th, 17th & 18th Century reproductions Website:

Folump Enterprises Location: USA Focusing on Early Medieval offers or what trade sells/produces books and pamphlets. Website: Email:

Garb The World Location: Los Angeles, USA We sell custom-made historical and religious clothing. We also carry a wide variety of period shoes for reasonable prices Website: shtml Email:

G & M Mercantile USA A full range of merchandise from souvenir items to complete officer uniforms. Website: Email:

Horse ‘n’ Round Studio Location: Duvall, Washington, US Custom made maille armour & kits, horse bathghans, jewellery, vaulting training and more! Website: Email:

Ivan Henry Trading Company 17th & 18th Century reproduction weapons and clothing. Website:;www.ivanhenr Email:

C.D. Jarnagin USA Provider of fine wares from 1750 – 1865 Website: Email:

Landser Outfitters, LLC Location: Foothill Ranch CA 92610 Re-production WWI and WWII Militaria Website: Email:

Frazer Brothers Dallas, Texas Uniform supplies for Texas reolution, Mexican war, American civil war, Indian wars and Spanish American war. Website: Email:


The Lumenaris Group, Inc Location: USA Our company makes a barbeque patterned after an 1830’s shaker stove. Website: Email:

Mercury Supply Company Sutler Livingston, Texas High quality military & civilian goods and clothing for re-enactors. Website: Email:

Originals by Kay Location: USA All things civilian for the mid 19th Century Website: Email:

Regimental Quatermaster Gettysburg, PA, USA America’s leading civil war sutler Website: Email:

Revival Clothing Company 27 S. May Street Aurora, IL 60506 708-502-1937 Viking to 15th century medieval clothing, footwear, arming clothes and accessories made out of authentic fabrics from research based on period reference Website: Email:

Rudderbows archery Location: Ellensburg, Washington For Medieval and Victorian era reenactors We build a variety of English style Longbows, Medieval bows as well as a medieval crossbow. We also offer working indian replica bows at modest prices for the pre 1865 reenactors Website: Email:

SCA, Shire of Nany-Y-Derwyddon Location: Tennessee, USA Manufacturer of fine leather goods for the ReEnactor. Armor and Accessories. Provider of period Footwear for the Re-Enactor from the 9th17th Centuries.

Service of Supply Location: Selah, WA Hard to find and unique WWII reproductions. First-Aid Pouches, Bandoleers, Neckties, Gas Brassards. We're the only place to get reproduction M1 Garand Clip Cardboards and Durable Fabric Reproduction Gas Brassards. We also have a large inventory of reproduction and original medical items. Website: Email:

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Texas Sutler (Colonel Jerry Tubbs) Location: Houston, Texas Supplier of hard goods and clothing for the men and women of the 1820 to 1840 time period Website: Email: Urweg - Nordic Tribal Jewelry PO Box 322 Corvallis, Montana 59828 Museum quality replica Viking, Celtic & AngloSaxon Jewelry handcrafted in Sterling Silver and Bronze Website: Email:

Two Flags Sutler Location: Escalon, California, USA Dedicated to provide the American civil war reenactor with authentic period reproductions for soldiers & civilians. Website:

Wales Andy Burke Historical Shoes & boots Location: Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales Handmade and bespoke shoes & boots Email: Website:

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Cap-a-pie Location: Cardiff, Wales. Specialists in Authentic Medieval Maille. Email: Website: Glennderi Location: Abergavenny Medieval furniture Website: Email:

The Maille Tailor Location: Caergybi, Ynys Mon incorporating coifs into hauberks; to make a more authentic look for Norman conquest to mid C13th maille armour. Website: Email:

Sally Pointer & Gareth Riseborough Location: Mountain Ash Historic hats, stockings & knitted items History of perfumes, cosmetics & soap Metal, bone & horn work. Website: Email:

Black Star Leather 100% hand crafted, custom leather goods made to order. Re-Enactment our speciality! Email: Email:

Wotaloadofcassocks Location: Wrexham For all your medieval/period costume needs Website:

The Re-Enactor, Issue 42, July 2012  

Monthly online magazine aimed at all periods of re-enactment history

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