This time some officers. Here his text in German and English
It is not a classic command set, rather a selection of officers with different variants of the equipment.
The first set includes three officers with the saber / sword on the shoulder.
The first officer, with a plume on the bicorne, wears a captured Mamelouc saber, an armament that was not uncommon in the Orient.
The officer in the center, also with plume, wearing a saber with the belt, which was more usual to the infantry legére or grenadiers, and a coat roll en sautoir.
The officer on the right has a pompom on his bicorne and wears an epé, a sword, as was customary with the fusiliers.
In the second set has three officers with their the weapon in the scabbard.
The officer on the left belongs to the fusiliers recognizable by the pompon and the epé.
The middle one is an officer of the legéres or grenadiers with plume on the bicorne and with saber at the bandolier.
And on the right an adjudant sous officier. As a sergeant he carries no gorget, but like the officers he has epaulets and a plume. He is fitting to the middle officer. He wears the saber with the bandolier, but without portépe, a stick and a coat roll en sautoir.