The battalion commander, a Dayton Painting Consortium Spanish line officer (formerly a London Warroom line)
Both company commanders are also "Spanish" officers with an added musket.
The first company with the battalion commander.
The second company. The red dots denote the officer and sergeant figures for use in The Sword in the Forest rules variant of The Sword and the Flame rules that I used.
This Old Glory pack had 30 figures, luckily evenly divided between those with and those without packs. There were six different poses, also evenly divided 3 and 3. The pictures below show the front and rear of a figure from each of the poses.
Rear view, showing the packs on the three figures to the left and in the background while the figures to the right and in the foreground do not have packs.
These Old Glory figures were fairly easy to paint since they didn't have a lot of belting, turnbacks, lace, etc. All 30 figures are armed with muskets with fixed bayonets and also have tomahawks on their waist belt.