These are great examples of bootleg mash-up goodness. In the top one you have dragons from Fleetwood Sword and Sorcerer, Knights from what looks like Britains, crossbows and catapults from the game "Crossbows and Catapults" and for some reason German flags and accessories that look like they are from an army set. Amazing. I also love how on the playset in the second picture the letters are written in gangster tagger/airbrush style. Nothing says Medieval times quite like lettering done in spray paint! Still, it is nice that some companies even bother with any of this stuff at all anymore.
Bonus Trivia: The "Knight" bag appears to be recycling this piece of Chris Achilleos art, which was also used for the front cover White Dwarf Articles Volume III.
Oh man you are right...nice bit of artwork by the way too. I am sure they did not pay for that....
Thanks for the input Bajiee. You are dead on. I'm sure the artist never saw a dime from the toy company.