Unfortunately, i don't use facebook but i'm happy to provide more pictures to anyone to try to confirm it either way. He certainly doesn't feel like my Snow Trooper with no glue or iron marks on the card he also doesn't have a triangle at the bubble. I only noticed when someone pointed out the placement of the bubble on my Snow Trooper just how high up it is
Rebel Commander looks like my other carded figures. Personally i think he's genuine simply because i bought him well before the Snow Trooper probably at a boot fair or local school fair so he would've already his homemade figures mixed up with other sellers and i'm sure if he'd perfected his technique he wouldn't be so sloppy on later figures but i'm happy if it proves otherwise since i paid next to nothing for him compared to his value today. I'd imagine that the more sought after figures would've received a better job than figures that no-one really wanted.
I will say that this whole scandal must've been a terrible experience for many people once it came to light their must be many collectors whose collections have been made up of these fakes i can imagine their anger at this guy who basically conned people and got away with it. I'm not sure this is the right place to ask but the Tri logo bubbles don't seem to yellow while the others do anyone know why this happens? I'm convinced that my Darth Vader had a lovely clear bubble and was mint when i got him but now 30 years on the bubble is now brown and very brittle.
I've edited this post to add some extra pictures of Rebel Commander one thing i'm struggling with is on the list of known Toy Toni re-cards the Dutch Clipper Rebel Commander is a 72 back card while mine is a 45.