Star Rovers (Archive)
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About the Range
An obvious subset of these miniatures were unofficial Star Wars figures and the addition of things like "rabbit ears" to the Stormtrooper look-a-likes were finesses that buyers could easily remove. According to The Star Wars Collectors Archive , who refer to these as Heritage figures, Lucasfilm quickly shut the production of these figures down. George Lucas is said to have admired the figures. His lawyers did not . Archive appears to have then entered a cat-and-mouse game of releasing slightly modified figures every so often.  The "Bootleg Set: Cantina Band" (our name) listed below is probably one of the earliest if not the very first sets of Star Wars miniatures ever produced.
Star Rovers - Aliens
Star Rovers - Re-Issued Collector Set
- Not sure about who released this set, TSWCA attributes it to Heritage (in quotes)  and states that a pre-painted set was available. But this boxed set clearly includes figures from the Star Rovers line which is listed in Zocchi  as Archive.
The Bootleg Set: Cantina Band
- Names above are guessed.
- In 1977 Nevile Stocken of Archive released a set of Star Wars figures ("© 77 Nevile Stocken"). 
- The last 4 of these bear a strong resemblance to later Star Rovers figures above.
- , Zocchi Distributors, Feb'80 Catalog
- , The Star Wars Collectors Archive, "Heritage figures case (blue)"
- , The Star Wars Collectors Archive, "Heritage Pewter Figure Set -Unpainted"
- , Empire of the Wyrms Friends, "Archive Miniatures"
- , SoL, "Archive Miniatures"
- , LMW Star Wars Overview Page