I can't see the images right now (it's a network access thing), but I was looking at them last night--so my caveat is that I'm going off of memory here.
IIRC, all three of these images look to me like the guy is in a mittelhut on the left, with his right shoulder forward. The first one really could be read either way, but since all three seem to be a representation of the same "scenario," I'm willing to think that's what's going on.
I can't think of any mention of a mittelhut on the right, or of any devices for it, either, which makes me think it's on the left. Perhaps the drawing is showing how the guy has just "over wound" his body, so that the front of the staff juts forward on his right, from behind his back. That's how I've interpreted the larger Meyer images in the past.
But, honestly, concerning that first image in particular, I'm not sure.
If it is on the right, I can't see any utility to doing it with crossed hands (assuming the left hand is leading, which is normal for the staff), so it would be a reversed "longsword" grip with the right hand leading, making this similar to a right mittelhut or neben in the sword.
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