The first inconsistency is that they are in three orders of dress: campaign dress, greatcoats and full dress. Secondly, they are by multiple manufacturers: Airfix, Revell, Esci, Strelets, Hat, Zvezda and many metal types. Thirdly, they are a mix of Chasseurs and Grenadiers and there needs to be some rationalisation. Finally, they are designed for different parts of the battlefield: some for Plancenoit, some for the final assault on the British position and others in reserve. Many are also conversions and a few aren't finished.
So this is a work in progress, but I hope, for all their imperfections, you like them.
First of all, Grenadiers in Greatcoats. They are a mix of the Revell set and Hat conversions. I love the dark blue coats of the Old Guard.
A HYTTY figure among the Revell
A Franco-Prussian conversion
Hard to get them all in focus:
These are mostly Hinton Hunt and Alberken, with S Range at the back and Les Higgins at the front (I wish those bayonets were better!).
Airfix with plenty of conversions
Strelets - General Drouot with Eagle
Strelets Chasseurs in greatcoats, a slightly rough set best observed at a distance.
Zvezda with a converted War of Independence officer saluting
Revell and Airfix in greatcoats, with a few Art Miniaturen.
Zvezda, the sculpting is outstanding.
A wounded Grenadier is dragged away by a comrade.
Hinton Hunt officer, looking quite cross.
Converted War of Independence figure limps from the field
Strelets Crimean wounded figures
Possibly the nicest figure Airfix ever made - Guard drummer
Art Miniaturen officer
Franznap conversions with a HYTTY officer