Here a difference must be done between the Miquelets and the regular troops, since the dynastic union between Catalonia and Spain in the XV century, catalans were free from service in the spanish army, existing instead companies of volunteers called "miquelets" skilled in rough terrain fighting; those troops where widely used through the XVI, XVII, and XVIII centuries as their knowledge of the terrain and guerrilla skills were unmatched for the normal troop, both sides, spanish and catalan used them in the Spanish Sucession War that ended with the conquest of Catalonia in 1714. For such role, as the only local profession troop in the start of the war, is comprehensible that instead of wearing the normal "french style" coat of the corrigimentos they wore instead a more expensive hussar jacket with black cordons, their skill was worth of it.
Almost all uniforms from the tercios have been lost in the pages of history, arriving to us only the one of the province of Girona (avove) and of the city of Vic (with blue instead of brown with in red, and the fether in red and white).
a five men team
the hat was easy to make, just cutting the brittish shacko by te middle and adding a circle of cartboard for the hat's wing. (easy way of making british marines too!), rosette made with greenstuff.
'ere comes the frenchies!