Most war game sources claim that little more than the artillery got involved when the Swedish contingent was on a battlefield, a shot at Bernadottes attempting to spare Swedish a large casualty list. In Nafziger's book on the Battle of Leipzig it is mentioned that Swedish Jagers were involved in storming city gates on the northern side of the city.
Here is a battery:
The distinguishing feature was the color of the plume by regiment, yellow and white. The jacket and pants were dark blue, the Swedish Kusket (hat) was worn by both regiments. The belting was buff and the leather pouches black. Swedish horse artillery, according to one of the articles previously mentioned had a 'falling plume' on a shako rather than a Kusket, but I found no illustration to suggest other uniform differences.
The gun carriages were painted a 'blue-green' and I have made an attempt not to go too much too the turquoise in hue.
To finish up, I have a command stand given to me by my friend Dave. It represents Bernadotte in the filed as commander of the Army of the North. Again, various Minifig castings were used and the flag is hand painted.
View from the front of the stand. here he is in all his glory.
A side view, which shows off the flag.
Giving credit where credit is due.....
Again, many tabletop engagements but sadly no simulations of Leipzig for these fellows, although a chosen few get to participate in the 1813 based Snappy Nappy event this weekend.