I figured some French would still be wearing the bicorn during the early years of the Peninsular War and almost certainly in 1806 Italy. With Kevin's interest in the Egyptian campaign, these French in bicorn could see service there too and in many of the earlier campaigns.
Two battalions of these Frenchmen with 16 figures in each march off the table. The models exhibit much character in the face and appear to have been campaigning for some time. The facial features are really quite amazing. Uniforms have a mix of trousers and the models are cut very slenderly. These are long and lanky soldiers slimmed by the rigors of the march.