At the opening of the Seven Years War, Cuirassier regiments were of 6 squadrons, including an elite troop of carabineers. Strength could vary from 800 to 1000 troopers, so using our figure ratio of 1:25, this would equate to between 40 and 50 figures. Far too big to form a line on our 4 x 6 table. However, battlefield conditions reduced this number to nearly half as at Kolin. (Osprey’s Kolin calculates 465/sqd.)
Using the approximate strength of 450, this brings the figure total per regiment to 18. So in essence, the three squadrons I have listed are in actuality 3 “divisions” of 2 weak squadrons each.
Sorting out three bags of Austrian cuirassiers; each row will be glued to a plinth for undercoating and painting.