IMPERIAL AT-AT WALKER Imperial AT-AT Walker Collectible Bookends from Gentle Giant Collectible Bookends
The feared AT-AT (All Terrain Armored Transport) were the primary assault vehicles of the Galactic Empire during the Battle of Hoth. Tasked with destroying the Rebels' shield generator, the Imperial AT-AT Walkers completed their objective with ruthless efficiency, laying waste to many Rebel soldiers, vehicles, and installations in the process.
  
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Gentle Giant Ltd.
Collection: Collectible Bookends
Source: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Year: 2013
First Revealed: July 2011
Pre-Order Date: October 2012
Ship Date: September 2013
Original Retail: $225.00
Edition Size: 800 Pieces
Item Number: 80296
UPC Number: 8 71810 00967 1
What's In The Box?
  • Imperial AT-AT Walker Bookend Front
  • Imperial AT-AT Walker Bookend Back
  • Front Snow Base
  • Back Snow Base
  • Certificate of Authenticity
Points Of Interest
  • This is the first Imperial AT-AT Walker item that Gentle Giant has produced to date
  • The feet of the Walker are magnetic and stick very strongly to the bases providing a nice firm hold for heavy books
  • The front bookend weighs in at 2 pounds, 15 ounces while the back bookend is a full 3 pounds
  • Both the front and back pieces stand 8 5/8 inches tall when placed on the base
  • This marks the fifth released set in Gentle Giant's Collectible Bookends line

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