STAR WARS: Top Ten Most Valuable Toys

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Number 6: Boba Fett (1979)

Between 1979 and 1983, the same mold for the figure was available carded and by mail-away (via proofs-of-purchase or Sears). What makes this figure so popular is that it was the earliest release of Boba Fett carded figure. I still remember as a kid ripping this figure open and playing with it none stop. Today I wish I still had a carded one it can bring up to $12,000 or more.

Boba Fett (1979) Star Wars

Number 5: Luke Skywalker with Double-Telescoping Lightsaber (1978)

One of the original first twelve figures released Luke Skywalker was that hero that we couldn’t wait to play with and take on Darth Vader. What makes this figure rare is that it was first released with a double-telescoping lightsaber. The problem with it is that the lightsaber was delicate and broke easy so Kenner changed it before the product shipped. Making the carded one and even loose figures rare and valued up to $25,000.


Number 4: Vinyl Cape Jawa (1978)

The Jawa was also part of the first run of Star Wars figures. When it was first released it came with a vinyl cape. Well, what makes it rare is that right after it released Kenner decided to change the cape to cotton. Their thought was that people would want something of higher quality because the figure was smaller. The vinyl caped figure can bring a price tag up to $28,000.


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