Number 3: Brazilian Glasslite Vlix Figure (1988)
From the 1985 animated series Droids, Vlix might seem unfamiliar. He was part of a planned second series of Droids action figures by Kenner, but the line was canceled before he could be released. A few years later, a Brazil company purchased the rights to some of the scrapped toys and produced and sold them exclusively in Brazil. If you were able to get one of these it could bring you $45,000 or more.
Number 2: Obi-Wan Kenobi with Double-Telescoping Lightsaber (1978)
Obi-Wan first came with a double-telescoping lightsaber. Just like the others Kenner changed the lightsaber because of how delicate they were. Not many of these survived in the box. But, if somehow you have been sitting on one of these get ready for a vacation. In July of 2018, this figure sold in the box for $76,000 dollars.
Number 1: Boba “Rocket” Fett (1979)
To collectors this figure is known as the “Holy Grail” of Star Wars figures. This figure was extremely rare because it was never available for sale. Kenner decided to scrap the design because of safety concerns with the rocket-firing Boba Fett. Some very smart Kenner employees were able to get a few of the prototypes. If you were lucky enough to get one of these it could bring you $86,000 or more.
Who would have ever thought that these toys would take off in value the way they did? I can still remember playing with my Star Wars figures as a kid and not on time thinking that they would be worth money. I know there are many more valuable Star Wars items out there. Again, this is a small list compared to what you can collect in the Star Wars universe. What were some of your memories with your Star Wars toys? What is the most valuable figure that you own? Let us know by hitting us up on Twitter @thathashtagshow and myself @starwarsnerd574. Also stay up to date on all Star Wars news by following us at ThatHashtagShow.com.