Britains Swoppet Knights: Swops.

  This page doesn't claim to be an exhaustive catalogue of all viable permutations of the Swoppet Knights, but it does, I hope, give some idea as to the scope for swopping the legs and torso sections, as well as a few changes of weapon.

The #1470 legs with #1471 torso make an imposing combination, and the colour co-ordination adds a little extra touch of individuality.
#1470 legs with #1471 torso
Trotting horse with #1450 torso and standard - this horse can also be used for #1470 torso with similar results.
Trotting horse with #1450 torso
The "standing crossbowman" - #1475 torso with #1472 legs. This swop only really works for the blue figures, as the colours are fairly close to matching.
#1475 torso with #1472 legs
Mounted axemen, one of the most common variants of Swoppet Knights. Rearing horses with, on the left, the #1474 torso, and, on the right, the #1471 torso, but with an axe substituted for his sword.
Rearing horses with #1474 and #1471 torsos
The #1471 legs with the #1452 torso makes an impressive swordsman - or axeman.
#1471 legs with #1452 torso
The #1450 torso on the trotting horse.
#1450 torso, trotting horse
Trotting horse and #1474 torso, another striking mounted axeman.
Trotting horse with #1474 torso
Two more examples of the versatility of the #1470 legs: on the left, with #1452 torso; and right, with the "correct" torso but an axe replacing the traditional lance.
#1470 legs with #1452 torso #1470 legs with #1470 torso and axe
The #1471 torso mounted on the trotting horse, another fine swordsman.
#1471 torso, trotting horse
Model #1450 with the standard replaced by an axe.
Model #1450 with axe
Rearing horse with #1452 torso.
Rearing horse with #1452 torso