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Royal Castilian guard  Cien continuos 10
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CC 035 Royal Castilian guard Cien continuos 10


Painted 1/30th scale toy soldiers.

Battle of Pavia serie

Reference: CC 035 Royal Castilian guard  Cien continuos 10

Modeled,  cast and painted in our workshop

Made in Spain figures for collectors.

Own design models.



Los "Cien Continuos Hombres" was a prominent military unit of the Royal Guard of Castile during the reign of Charles I of Spain and V of Germany. These men were part of the personal guard of Emperor Charles I, also known as Charles V, and played a crucial role in the Battle of Pavia, which took place on February 24, 1525, during the Italian Wars.

The Battle of Pavia was a conflict between the forces of the Kingdom of France, led by King Francis I, and the Spanish and German imperial troops in the service of Emperor Charles I. During the battle, the "Cien Continuos Hombres" stood out for their bravery and loyalty to the emperor.

The unit got its name due to its unique and continuous composition of one hundred men. They were a kind of elite force, well-trained, and highly disciplined. Their participation in the Battle of Pavia was crucial for the victory of the imperial forces, and their loyalty to the emperor stood out in the military history of the time.

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