Part of the "300 Austrians", these are once again "old" Old Glory figures.
Grenzer Regiment # was recruited in the Northwestern part of the Karlstadt region of Croatia. It was first raised in 1746.
"Grenzer" is of course already plural in German, meaning essentially, "Borderers", men living and fighting on the border of the Hapsburg and Ottoman lands .
2 Regular (I, II)and 1 Reserve (III) battalions fought in 1809, the 2 regular battalions, which included 44 artillerists, and 240 Schutzen, totaled 2,966 men, at least on paper. The Reserve (III) battalion had a nominal strength of 1,171 men. A Landwehr (IV) battalion was also to be raised, with a paper strength of 1291 men (six 200 men companies plus staff).
The Regiment has light orange facings and brass buttons. Grenz units evidently were issued one white Leibfahne and one yellow Ordinarfahne to the first battalion, and 2 Ordinafahnen to the second battalion, same as the line regiments, but after 1807 this was reduced to just 1 Ordinarfahne per battalion and no Leibfahne. The yellow Ordinarfahne seen here is once again by Adolfo Ramos.
The Ogulin regiment fought at the Piave, St. Michele, Tarvis, and was present at Raab. The III battalion fought at Gospic.