My source such as it is a scattering of printed German text ton the troops at Blenheim that a friend gave me 20 years ago. I think it is from some German Military periodical of the 1980’s?
Page 46 as translated by me is as follows:-
C. P. Goldberg
Hochstadt 13. Aug. 1704 The uniforms of the armies involved (V)
Duchy of Wurttemberg
As translated and provide earlier in this thread above
Lieb und Grenadier Regt of Foot
2 Bat . Losses [these are then quantified in detail but uniform not identified]]
Regiment of Foot Hermen
1 Bat., Uniform and losses not identified
Regiment of Foot Sternfels
1 Bat, Losses (these are then quantified in detail) [uniform not identified]
Then the remainder of the page deals with Horse and Dragoons. Finally it quotes the following sources (which I have not translated)
1. Stadlinger, L J: Gesschichte des Wurttebergischen Kriegswesens, Stuttgart 1856.
2. Dr.Wijn,J.W. Het staatsche Leger, Teil VIII , Band 1 1702 – 1705. s’Gravenhage 1956.
3. Knotel – Sieg : Handbuch der Uniformkunde. Hamburg 1959
4. Belaubre, J : Les Triomphes de Loius xiv. Selbstverlag 1970 ff
The leaves I have a wealth of other detail from other contingents at the battle. Thought much of it today has been subsequently repeated elsewhere. For example the Guards standard on Warflag.
For example CS Grant mentions the Guards Regt in his book but intriguingly notes they had yellow facings
In time maybe we’ll find out some more. Probably after I’ve painted the figures for my Blenheim Allied Army only to find they’re wrong (such is life)