Gentlemen, I found an interesting document in the Nafziger collection. This collection has a large number of OOB's for the WSS, although the index system is a pain. Most of these have no details of unit strengths but I found one that details the French Cavalry under Vaudemont, 1703. I have summarise...
I'll have a look and see what I can find but a lot of these liveries are not known. The Royal livery seem to be used by regiments that were connected to a region rather than named after their colonel. Then of course there are the royal regiments who used it too.
I agree with Churchill, the Ramillies book in particular is a good read but the Oudenarde and Malplaquet books are worth reading too. Although they are mainly focused on Marlborough, I've enjoyed reading the books by James Falkner and you can often get them second hand. For uniform info the best int...
Have had a look at the Calpe range of Napoleonics? They do a very nice range of Prussians, French and Saxons. Should fit in well with the Front Rank figures as they're big figures,
If your interested in the WSS period, I'll have a look at the OOB's for the Dutch guard units, I seem to recall that they were brigades with other Dutch cavalry regiments. Whilst it is true that most regiments in this period were known by their colonels name, this wasn't always the case and certainl...
It will be interesting to see if anyone comes up with specific information but I suspect we don't really know which uniform they were wearing and the choice will be yours. The old uniforms are very colourful though!
I can't see the value of the Aussie dollar coming down any time soon. They are rich in natural resources that the world is running out of, plus I don't think they were particularly affected by the banking crisis that triggered the recession. It must be a nightmare running an international business a...