When I raised these three units (Line cavalry regiments del Rey and Algarve, plus the Garrochistas), they only had six figures each, instead of the usual 8 for my Cavalry units.
This because Brigade games had not yet released the command packs for the Line cavalry or the Garrochistas, and I was hoping they would be coming out shortly.
Some correspondence with Lon made it clear that while they might be out before Historicon, it would be very unlikely that would happen with enough time to paint them. Thus I fell back on plan B - use the command pack for the Spanish Dragoons, there being little difference between they and the Line cavalry, and use the other variant pack for the Garrochista command.
Thus ordered in April, I just finished the extra stand for each of the three units (the 3 figures left over were also painted, will serve as sub-commanders, aides, etc). The flags are by Adolfo Ramos once again, although none of them are strictly speaking exactly right for their units. The flag carried by Del Rey (on the left of the picture) was actually a Hussar standard. I painted over the central; device on that, and replaced it with the proper "serpent-swallowing-a-man" device of Milan. This is a nod to tjhe origins of the regiment, the antecedents of which were raised in Lombardy circa 1536. The trumpet banners of the bear the same device.
The Garrochistas were given the generic "Cavalry Guidon", and the Algarve regiment the standard of the Calatrava regiment. Happily, this flag has a silver border matching the white lace/white netal buttons of the regiment. I painted the emblem of the Calatrava regiment (an ornate red cross on a white background) on the trumpet banners for consistency.
The trumpeters of the Line Cavalry wore "reversed colors", but as with the Dragoons, the most likely interpretation of that is red jackets, this time with dark blue turnbacks and pocket edging, with the facing colors otherwise as per the rest of the regiment. As the del Rey regiment had red facings, the trumpeter's collar, cuffs, and lapels remained red, with yellow/gold piping.