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STAR WARS ACTION FIGURES GALLERY #01

Updated: July 10, 2021

What are the most valuable Star Wars action figures? What makes Star Wars action figures valuable? How much are your Star Wars action figures worth? Where to sell your Star Wars action figures Star Wars action figure selling tips

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What are the most valuable Star Wars action figures? The average retail value for a common Star Wars action figure is $2 to $5. The average loose vintage figure is worth $10 to $20. Sealed Star Wars action figures produced between 1977 and 1985 are worth between $100 and $200, but some are worth up to $1,000, $10,000 or more. Real-world eBay auction price examples are listed below.

Action Figures Value: (on card, mint condition) Value (loose) Boba Fett with rocket firing mechanism (1979) Up to $45,000 Up to $10,000 loose Jawa with vinyl cape (1978) Up to $6,000 Up to $2,000 loose Double telescoping Luke Skywalker (1978) Up to $1,000 Up to $800 loose Yak Face (1985) Up to $2,300 Up to $300 loose Double telescoping Obi-Wan Kenobi (1978) Up to $30,000 Up to $10,000 loose Double telescoping Darth Vader (1978) Up to $30,000 Up to $10,000 loose FX-7 UK Release (1980) Up to $11,500 (set in 2014 auction) Up to $20 loose Blue Snaggletooth (1978) Up to $700 (sealed in original plastic bag this figure was not carded) Up to $200 loose Han Solo Small Head (1980) Up to $2,500 Up to $50 loose Vlix Brazil Release (1985) Up to $4,000 Up to $600 loose Anakin Skywalker with Collectors Coin Canadian Release (1985) Up to $7,500 Up to $165 loose Sources: Lifehacker, CBR, Gunaxin, ToyWorth

Any given Star Wars action figure is worth whatever someone will pay for it, but experts agree on several notable examples that carry high value. Some Star Wars books are worth $1,000. Experts weigh in on the most valuable Star Wars books here One of those is the original farm boy Luke Skywalker, which featured a double-telescoping lightsaber, says Martin Thurn, President of the Washington DC Star Wars Collecting Club and a collector since 1978 who serves on the steering committee for the Collectors Stage at Star Wars Celebration. “His yellow lightsaber was made of two pieces of plastic a hollow tube and a tiny inner shaft that extended out from his arm. Hundreds, maybe thousands, of this double-telescoping toy were mailed out in early 1978 to lucky holders of the Early Bird Certificate package, says Thurn. However, due to safety concerns, the lightsaber soon had to be redesigned as one solid piece of plastic, and thats what the other million Lukes have. A complete original double-telescoping Luke in mint condition can easily fetch $1,000.

A collection of Star Wars action figures owned by a member of the Washington DC Star Wars Collecting Club. Source: Martin Thurn Another example of a valuable Star Wars action figure is the vinyl-caped Jawa. Late in the sales process, the manufacturer, Kenner, felt the vinyl cape looked and felt cheap, so it was replaced with a plush fabric robe with hood. Thurn says only a few hundred vinyl-caped Jawa made it to store shelves, while nearly one million were sold in the cloth robe, driving the value of a complete original vinyl-caped Jawa in mint condition to $2,000 and as much as $6,000 if its still in the original packaging. The holy grail of Star Wars action figures is the 1979 Boba Fett with rocket firing mechanism.


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