The division is the 6th one I've painted over the years, completing 2 full Corps, and is structured the same as the rest. I use the To the Last Gaiter Button rules from Realtime Wargames, with a few minor modifications to formation structures. The French regiments are represented by 2 battalions instead of the 3 they actually had, to reflect the reduced regimental manpower in the field compared to the Prussians and Austrians. I also omit one of the brigadiers, to re-balance the command and control capabilities in line with the smaller number of wargame units compared to the actual OOB.
All in all, we have the following: 1 Divisional Commander, 1 Brigadier, 4 'line' regiments each of 2 battalions, 1 chasseur battalion, 2 field batteries and 1 mitrailleuse battery. This represents about 9,000 men and 18 guns. This takes the French to about 60,000 in total, which won't stop them losing on the table, but will help them look more impressive when they do!
All figures are Heroics & Ros as always. All but one of the flags are home-made (and a bit over-sized to look better) with pin and foil as I'd run out of H&R ones. I've also started giving some command bases a flag to help them stand out better.
Next up, a composite Wurttemberg and Baden division and 1859 Austrians!