Two NCOs leading and two with standards, as shown. Note that the standard poles are separate wire pieces–cast-on poles bend too much.
These figures make great additions to our Russian line infantry sets.
Below, examples of Russian standards. The red flag with the white cross on the right is seen in contemporary paintings being carried by an aide behind Gen. Skobelev and likely denotes his rank or command position. The white flag with the blue cross on the left is actually a naval ensign of the period.
Regimental flags were very much like Napoleonic Russian flags in overall design.
NOTE: All figures are sold plain (not primed) and without the bases or painted flags shown.