Richard III at the battle of Bosworth Field on his white charger. Legend has it that the horse was called White Surrey.
The Battle of Bosworth and the beginning of the Tudor dynasty 1485. The death of Richard III by a Welsh halberdier possibly Rhys ap Thomas.
Gothic armor for knight & horse
Richard III's short reign came to an abrupt end at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. At the height of the battle, Richard III was deserted by his most valued lieutenants. But his bravery never faltered, and he fought to his death. The victor, Henry VII Tudor, became king, and the Wars of the Roses ended soon after ~
While it may not be the original, this is pretty darn good.
Battle of Bosworth 22nd August 1485 - Sir Percival Thirlwall proudly carries the standard of King Richard III
Artist's impression of the slaying of Sir William Brandon of Soham (Henry Tudor's Standard Bearer, and father of Charles Brandon) by Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field on 22nd August 1485. Painting by Graham Turner.