London, ON Star Wars memories & collection for sale or trade (London Area)

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  1. Obiwan_Timobi Jedi Padawan

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    Feb 24, 2007
    Hello All, (This is not an advertisement)

    Long time reader of the forums. I have some dated Star Wars stuff that I am looking to move. Sell or trade. Much like when I was a kid, my son is starting to love star wars, but most of the stuff I have are not toys. Mostly mags, records, glasses, posters, store displays 2 storage bins worth. i would much rather have a Star Wars fans get it rather then a collectable shop who will jack the price.

    Unfortunatley I had to part with 50 carded action figures to give my kids a good christmas a couple of years ago - the company I was working for went under making things tight at christmas. The original trilogy has been a big part of my life and my strongest bond with my late father. It is wonderful seeing my son take an interest making him a third generation star wars fan! It will be great to hear what he thinks of watching the movies from 1-6, as he gets older.

    Willng to trade for action figures that my son would like, 1995 potf especially anything R2d2 and/or C-3p0. He loves those droids!

    Beside from the collection - it would be interesting to hear everyones first star wars memory.

    One of mine:

    After seeing Star Wars ( A new hope) and Empire back to back on the big screen as a twin bill, we stopped at a kmart and he bought me five action figures:

    Lando
    2 snow troopers
    Luke - (hoth)
    Lobot

    Or the line up for Return of the jedi - over two and a half blocks on opening night.

    All the best!
  2. Lord_Robert Jedi Master

    Member Since:
    Sep 20, 2005
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    Welcome Obiwan_Timobi

    It's all ways good to here from fellow fans. My children love SW too but they're in their later teens. It's a wounderfull thing to go from introducing them to the toys as a child to having them take a swing at you with a full size master replicas saber. That's when you love to say "I am you father". It gives it a whole new meaning.

    I'm always looking for vintage SW stuff. I'll send a private message. with my phone #.


    My first SW memory was opening night in 1977. I was 8 years old, my oldest brother age 14 took me all the way across town on the bus to the westmount theater to see the movie.
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