These are similar to the 1st Foot guards apart from yellow/ gold lacing on hats, red breches and stockings and gold buttons. The pikemen's scarf trim was red as was the hat ribbon/band.
The Command stand
I have not zoomed in too close with above pics. They just give you a general idea of how the units look.
Below are a couple of zoomed in pics. These leave the painter a little exposed but the reader gets to see where the paint goes (or should go)!! So please don't be too critical as all errors become glaringly obvious.
There is only one battalion to do to complete the King's Foot Regiments at Sedgemoor. That is a second battalion of the First Foot Guards. (There was a smaller unit of reserve called the Wiltshire Militia which I hope to come to at a later date!)
I have sufficient figures to complete this 2nd battalion of Foot Guards and will then use some of the remaining figures to prepare a rebel regiment of foot. I'm quite amazed at how many unpainted castings I have from this period (mainly Dixon and some Foundry.)
The last time I bought these was about 2 years ago when I painted the 5 main Rebel regiments at Sedgemoor which I have since sold (I'll see if I can find a few pics of them and post at a later date.) The castings I am using now come from that purchase and various preceding ones.