What we have here is a Model Trem Brazilian lead bootleg complete with box and weapon. Model Trem bootlegs are few and far between and to find them in such nice shape and complete with box and weapon is even harder. 2-1B is one of the few to have shown up with alternate parts. Take note of the arms. One comes with standard 2-1B arms while the other comes with arms that have "hands" on the end. IG-88 has also shown up with these alternate arms.
The second image is something completely new. Just by looking at this one can see that it's not your standard fare. The figure itself appears to be more beefy than the one pictured in the first image. In fact, it could almost pass for a licensed figure. Take notice that the arms and legs are not held on with screws as the standard ones are. This means that the torso was made in two pieces as with a licensed Kenner figure.
It's not clear yet whether these came earlier or later or why the style was changed. All that is known is that several of these figures have turned up like this including:
|Description by:||John J. Alvarez|
|Photo:||Joseph Yglesias, Don Raskin|
|From the collection of:||Joseph Yglesias, Don Raskin|
|Film:||Return of the Jedi|
|Category:||Toys / Action Figure Related / Small Action Figures (Bootleg)|