GENERAL MCQUARRIE General McQuarrie Celebration Anaheim Mini Bust from Gentle Giant Ltd. Celebration Anaheim 2015 Exclusive Mini Bust

General McQuarrie's knowledge of logistics and planning made him an integral part of the planning and establishment of the Rebellion's new Echo Base on the planet Hoth. General Rieekan selected McQuarrie to serve as his second-in-command at Echo Base, where McQuarrie was instrumental in the facility's construction.

Gentle Giant Ltd. proudly brings you the General McQuarrie Mini Bust. This bust was inspired by the The Empire Strikes Back cameo appearance of iconic concept artist Ralph McQuarrie, who created the initial designs for Star Wars. Each limited edition hand-painted polyresin mini bust comes individually numbered and is paired with a matching certificate of authenticity. May the Force be with you.

Announced and put up for Premier Guild Member pre-order on April 6, 2015, Gentle Giant Ltd.'s General McQuarrie 1/6 Scale Mini-Bust was made available to the public exclusively at Celebration Anaheim. Needless to say, it sold out at the event.


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Product Information
Manufacturer: Gentle Giant Ltd.
Collection: Mini Busts
Source: The Empire Strikes Back
Year: 2015
First Revealed: April 6, 2015
Pre-Order Date: April 6, 2015
Original Retail: $120.00
Edition Size: 500
Item Number: 80501
UPC Number: 8 71810 01125 4

What's In The Box?
  • General McQuarrie Mini Bust
  • Certificate of Authenticity

Photography & Text by D.Martin Myatt

Page built by Adam Lamping

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