Wikipedia says that a burgher is a citizen of a borough or town, especially one belonging to the middle class. Burgher's house is a very nice, two-storey building with detailed internal premises, few rooms and stairs. The model can be used as a part of the medieval town in compilation with other buildings.
This kind of buildings dates from the 15th century and perfectly fits medieval or Modern Age (XVII-XIX) landscapes. It is also suitable for landscapes and dioramas of World War II. The Tavern is compatible with 28 or 25 mm miniatures of 1/56 and 1/48 scale.
Note that through the material of the model (cardboard) you can modify it or turn it to a ruined or a burned out building.
The model could be easily assembled without glue or scissors. It is provided with step-by-step instructions (they are language independent and full of pictures).
Together with this kit you also receive 9 flat cardboard miniatures (25 mm): burgher and his family, 3 knights (two of them are on horses) and a few villagers.
Compatibility with game systems: Fantasy or historical game settings, 28 or 25 mm: Warhammer FB, Age of Sigmar, The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Confrontation, Kings of War, Malifaux, Warmachine, Mage Knight, Mordheim, Hell dorardo, Alchemy, Anima Tactics, Hordes of the Things, Arcane Legions, Celtos, Field of Glory, De bellis Multitudinis, Saga, Black Powder, Dux Bellorum, English Civil War
|Scale||28 mm, 25 mm|
|Shipping weight||0.4 kg|
|Contents||14 details, an assembly instruction|
|Size of the assembled model (L*W*H)||160x100x150 mm or 6x4x6 inches|