facing colors. It is depicted in the shako which began to replace the helmet starting in 1806, the transition continuing over several years, and starting with the Hungarian units.
Sash and Saber figures. Add to your 25mm ranges, guys... please?! In fairness, though, I have to say that the Austrian range is probably their broadest - German Line in Helmet, Hungarian Line in Shako, German and Hungarian Grenadiers (all with command packs, too), Artillerists, Chevau Legers, and 6# guns, 7# howitzers. Really need those 6 pounder Cavalry guns, though, and...
As I have mentioned previously, by my own conceit as de facto Kaiser of my wargames armies, my Grenadier units are unique among the infantry in carrying the white Leibfahne. This bears the arms of the Austrian Empire on one side, same as the yellow Ordinarfahne, but the other side bears an image of the Virgin Mary.
This picture shows the rear of the bearskin caps, nicknamed fauteuil ("armchair") by the French for its shape. The rear of the cap was usually in the facing color, with wavy white lace bands of somewhat varied patterns decorating the cloth backs.
That's it for today; good gaming to you all!