In 1807, the King expressed a desire for a more impressive uniform for the formation, and the rather striking uniform and helmet seen in these pictures was the result.
From 1809 uint5il 1814, a black bearskin with a back patch bearing a white cross, white cords and plumes was designated for wear, with the helmet reserved for full dress occasions.
Rawkins states that there is little or no information available on the uniform worn by the trumpeters; I have given mine black wings piped white, and the black and white checkered soubreveste worn for some dress functions, and the back cummerbund that was worn with it.
The shabraques once again had a black and white checkered border. The flag is a free download from the Piano wargames site.
I didn't flock the bases of these two officers, as they may wind up being rebased as part of one or more High Command bases. The figure on the left wears the uniform of an officer of the two Grenadier zu Pferd squadrons of the Leibgarde regiment; those squadrons were raised in 1809.
The other figure wears the uniform of an officer in the Garde du Corps. Once again, these sculpts are all by Lucas Luber of Piano Wargames.
Note the silver zigzag pattern on a black border (conceptually, a seam of W's, for Wurttemberg) on the yellow officer's shabraque. Like all officers of the Wurttemberg army, the silver mixed with gold, red, and black sash is worn about the waist.