These pennons were kindly provided by Artem ('Imperial Forge'), who created some wonderfully detailed flag designs for Burgundian Ordonnance several years ago, but which sadly have yet to be available to purchase. They are based on images of the plunder acquired by the Swiss from the capture of Charles the Bold's baggage at the battles of Grandson and Morat. Whilst a few pieces of cloth are carefully conserved in museums, other images (including these) are based on drawings made in the 17th and 18th century, as the originals started to deteriorate.
Both of these are pennons of unknown Burgundian captains. The first contains the motto "Atendes"and the original was taken to Solothurn after either Grandson or Morat. The second depicts St George with the letters "E E"and images of large fish, possibly dolphins. It remains in the Museum in Appenzell, with a facsimile on show I believe.
Both pennons need a coat of matt varnish. These figures are on 60mm wide and 80mm deep bases, which I've used to have sufficient room to pose the figures so there's just enough space between them and to make them not appear too uniform and 'parade ground' trained. I have more in Coustillers in preparation, so am hoping to get more done soon, then I will tackle the basing.