JAR JAR BINKS Jar Jar Binks 2012 Holiday Gift Mini Bust 2012 Holiday Gift Mini Bust
Continuing their long tradition of sending out extremely limited edition Holiday mini busts to a select group of people and companies that they work with, Gentle Giant Ltd. created 220 special Holiday Greetings Jar Jar Binks Mini Busts. This Mini Bust, while similar to 2012 Premier Guild Members Holiday Jar Jar Binks & Wald Mini Bust two pack, features a unique base image which is black compared to the two pack's silver base image.
Product Packaging
Product Information
Manufacturer: Gentle Giant Ltd.
Collection: Mini Bust
Source: Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
Year: 2012
First Revealed: San Diego Comic-con -July 2012
Pre-Order Date: July 2012
Ship Date: December 2012
Original Retail: N/A
Edition Size: 220 pieces worldwide
Item Number: N/A
UPC: N/A
Included in the box:
  • Jar Jar Binks Mini Bust (2 pieces)
  • Holiday Lights
  • Santa Hat
  • Certificate of Authenticity
Points of Interest:
  • Jar Jar was originally shown in plain clothes without the Christmas attire at San Diego Comic Con 2012. Before the show wrapped, both versions had been revealed. Gentle Giant made him the 2012 Holiday Gift Mini Bust
  • After being solicited as a light-up collectible, Gentle Giant announced that due to time constraints, the light-up feature along with the battery pack would not be included. However, fan outcry saw to it that they did in fact keep this fun feature and it was put back in place for the gift version
  • The bottom of the bust is silver in colour making it different than the black color we typically see. This has become the standard on Holiday pieces over the years differentiating them from regular releases

Photography D. Martin Myatt

Text by Chris Wyman & D. Martin Myatt

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