If you play historical games set in the 17th century (or quasi-historical ones such as 7th Sea), this is a fine set of paper miniatures for any set-piece combats or other occasions where precise location becomes important.
Don't worry about the anatomical imperfections of the fellow on the cover, although most of the musketeers are impossibly thin most at least have decent hips (and in a few cases, quite tasty buns!). There are a wealth of poses and options available too - with seven musketeers on foot (one labelled as a 'Lord'), most with their rapiers out and ready for action.
Others in the set are a single Lady, a Cardinal (in slightly suspect but identifiable cassock), four 'Guards' with long tabards and rapiers ready to quell those pesky musketeers, a couple of servants and four mounted men (again one designated as a 'Lord' even though he looks like the others).
Furthermore, for every figure you have the choice of an A-frame (front and back views) standee or a triangular one (3 views of the figure from different angles). They're all rather fun and will be gracing a gaming table hereabouts if I fire up my Flashing Blades game any time soon!