This line will cover the various armies of the late 17th century from the adoption of the classic soldier's jacket until the apostles fell out of favour, around the middle of the War of the League of Augsburg. It will include such famous campaigns as the Siege of Vienna, the Battles of Sedgemoor and the Boyne, and Fleurus, Steenkerque and Landen.
The Hungarians and Ottomans can probably be used considerably earlier in the century as well, and some of the Ottomans would be suitable up to the 19th century!
Late 17th Century French
The major power in Europe in the late 17th Century, the French had several distinctive uniform features which are captured on these models, namely, the ribbon on the shoulder, and the cuff further up the sleeve.
For the Hungarian light horse fielded by French armies, use the Hungarian range below.
Seventeenth century Hungarians to fight in the wars of this tumultuous century, including later Haiduks or other musketeer infantry wearing more businesslike dress than in the 16th century. The armoured hussars have a variety of protection, wearing at the least a breastplate, and could also be used as Polish Hussars by gamers who don't believe the wings were worn in battle (yes, both of you). This is the line for the Kuruc Rebellion!