Here is a Fifer and Drummer. They are shown with berets. The Fifer has a short jacket and open legged pants. The drummer has a slightly longer jacket and pants tied at teh knees.
This man has the sponge for a cannon. He has a broad-brimmed hat and typical attire.
This man has the ladle for a cannon. He has a broad-brimmed hat and typical attire.
This man is handling a cannonball. He has a helmet instead of a hat.
This man carries a gunners quadrant and wears a morion helmat with plume.
Here is aman with a linstock. He would be the commander of the gun and wears a gorget and helmet.
This man is officer material. He has high boots, back and breast plate, a sash, and broadbrimmed hat with plume.
This is a dragoon. He is firing from the saddle. He weas a long coat, shoes and stockings, and broadbrimmed hat with plume.
This is a typical cavalry man. He has a buffcoat and an iron hat. He's firing a wheellock pistol.
This man has high boots, back and breast plate, and a plumed helmet. He is firing a wheellock but he also carries a carbine.
This is a cuirassier. He has back, breast, and leg armour. His helmet is the lobster style with the three barred faceguard.
This man also wears a buffcoat and has a typical broadbrimmed hat. He's firing a wheellock pistol. Like the infantry in the last post, all of these figures have removal heads so that the can be swapped.