If you want a diverse set of miniatures for a historical mediaeval or quasi-mediaeval setting, especially if you want people who are not all tooled up for combat, this is well worth a look. Most of these figures would not look out of place on the streets of any historical or fantasy town.
In the set you get a selection of fighting men - knight, serjeant, man-at-arms, crossbowman and mercenary - and a huntsman who might after all not be looking for boar with that long spear... Then the others: a lady, a priest, a monk, a woodsman, a wise woman, a peasant, a shepherd, a rogue and a thief. The two religious figures are robed, the robes being nondescript enough that they do not scream 'Christian' even though that's what they are, if you are using these figures as actual Normans. The peasant, rogue and thief are pretty much interchangeable, just regular commoners with nothing to make the 'thief' character any more villainous than the rest!
There are also a few mounted figures: a knight, a lady and a serjeant and possibly the real gem of the set: an ox wagon! That makes a fine addition to any scene, and could come in useful for a band of travellers if they have plenty of stuff.
All figures come as both 2-sided and 3-sided variants - although the 3-sided ox cart comes in two separate bits due to its size (and is labelled 'Serjeant' for no readily apparent reason). A nice set.