Sir Nigel

Sir Nigel is a knight in the service of King Edward III in the first phase of the Hundred Years War. His character is based on the historical knight Neil Loring. He is described as a valiant but bald-headed little knight, known and admired by every lord and soldier on both sides of the English Channel. He constantly takes part in jousts and sword-fights for honour and glory. He is famed for his deeds in several battles including Crécy and Poitiers.

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To date, Arthur Conan Doyle's characters have been translated onto the page, into products and onto the screen by Hollywood and beyond. Here are just a few of the interpretations of this original Arthur Conan Doyle character over the years. Work with us to create the next version of this fascinating character.

The White Company

Illustration (1901)

N.C. Wyeth

Sustains Englands Honour (1922)

The Kinneys

Illustration (1906)

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