FF:WA What is your prized piece of star war Memorabilia

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  1. Ivo1 Jedi Knight

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    May 7, 2002
    Mine is my 1977 original star wars cards all the star wars series aswell as the esb and rtoj cards
  2. Darth_Soup Jedi Master

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    Oct 15, 2001
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    Mine would have to be my first edition copies of the original trilogy novels, and my 12 inch Darth Vader figure :)
  3. Jedi Daniel Force Ghost

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    Apr 7, 2000
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    Mine are either my Star Wars Chronicles Book, My 12" Anakin Skywalker (Old) figure or my original 1983 Return of the Jedi Record.
  4. soneil Jedi Master

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    Nov 30, 2000
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    I have Alec Guiness in a cryo tube behind our fridge.
  5. Shadow_of_Evil Jedi Youngling

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    Nov 18, 2001
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    Well cause im young i dont have many great star wars things [i have heaps of sw stuff but not great] but the best would be limited edition scout trooper and x-wing pilot figures that are about $50-$60 each....


    Not that good really
  6. Dingbat Jedi Knight

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    Nov 10, 2001
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    Yeah, I'd be another one of those people who doesn't have anything I would consider 'great'. I do have a couple of things that I would call 'pretty darn cool'.

    The first would be my 'Loose Lips Sink Starships' ILM T-Shirt. One of my friends had an uncle who worked at Skywalker Sound and he was going to send my friend some ILM/Lucasfilm shirts and my friend being the good friend he is asked his uncle to chuck an extra one in for me. It's very well worn these days and is starting to look a little old (and its run in with the pen I left in my pocket that went through the wash didn't do it any good).

    Second would have to be more semi-autographed Illustrated Star Wars Universe book. I say semi-autographed becuase the book itself wasn't autographed, a sticker was autographed by Kevin J. Anderson and I stuck the sticker in the book. ;)

    Other cool, but not really special things of mine are my Darth Vader helmet, my Interactive Yoda doll, and my R2-D2 telephone.
  7. Dags Force Ghost

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    Dec 3, 2000
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    Has to be my favourite, well worn, THX cap that I bought at Skywalker Ranch in 1993. Of all the caps I own, it's the only one I ever wear.

    Couldn't ever bear to part with it.
  8. DarthDatorri Jedi Master

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    Apr 16, 2001
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    My most prized SW possesion would have to be the part of the EPII set that was given to me in 2000. It's a light fitting from Coruscant. I'm sure it'll look awesome on screen (It's gonna be my own little 'ET' :) ) but in the flesh, it's just a few bits of metal that has been glued together.

    ...But I still love it :D
  9. Darth_Soup Jedi Master

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    Oct 15, 2001
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    I have another very prized Star Wars possession but as this is a PG forum, I cant really say it..... that being said, most of the old-school board members know what I'm talking about ;)
  10. FaLLeN-AnGeL Jedi Master

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    Dec 3, 2001
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    My most prized piece of Star Wars memorabilia would have to be.... Darth_Soup... :p :D [face_laugh] [face_love]
  11. Grizzly Jedi Master

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    Jul 22, 2000
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    Wow! someone else with first edition of the OT novels!! How's your copy of SW holding up DS? Mine's got pages falling out everywhere :(

    Apart from that, my prized memorabilia would have to be the whole library :D
  12. soneil Jedi Master

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    Nov 30, 2000
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    I only have ROTJ as an original novel. The others I have as part of the omnibus.
    One rare item I have is the TPM soundtrack on LP.
    I used to have some extremely cool stuff. Used to. :_|
  13. Shaven_Wookie69 Jedi Knight

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    Feb 26, 2001
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    I like my 3ft long scratchbuilt Star Destroyer (still working on it)that was in the newspaper
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