It was recruited chiefly in Carinthia (Inner Austria), and the facing color is variably described as "Bright Green", "parrot green", Poplar Green (probably mistranslation). I went with Bright Green (Delta Ceramcoat "Jubilee Green"), as shown in Enrico Acerbi's volum eon the Austrian Army, but likely the somewhat sickly yellow-green of "Parrot Green" would be more correct.
Sunday, April 18, 2021
IR #26, Hohenlohe
IR #26 had a succession of Inhabers during the Napoleonic Wars. From 1790-1800: Wilhelm, Feldzugmeister Freiherr Schroder von Lilienhoff, from 1800-1803: vacant, from1803-1814: Ludwig, Feldzugmeister Furst zu Hohenlohe-Bartenstein, and finally from 1814-1815: Wilhelm, Prince (later King) of Orange-Nassau!
These are once again "old" (aside from the command figures) Old Glory figures, part of the "300 Austrians" purchased at Historicon - Valley Forge, in 2011.