(left) Charles II, (right) Duke of Buckingham.
(left) Sir Royston Twiston-Rawlings, (right) Lord Byrom
(left) King's Herald, (centre) Lord Leven, (right) George Goring.
(left) Sir Ralph Hopton, (centre) Septimus Gryndell, (right) Sir William Waller.
(left) Earl of Essex, (right) Earl of Newcastle.
Marquis of Montrose with standard bearer.
Lord Rothes with escort.
Many of these figures will double for various commanders as and when the battle requires it, some will become fictitious leaders, just like Sir Royston and Septimus.