JABBA'S PALACE
3-D Display Diorama

Source: (Return of the Jedi)

Year: 1998

Retail: $18.99

Assortment: 3-D Display Dioramas

Assortment Number: 84040/84068

UPC Number: 7628184068

Packaging Variations:

  • Bio card with podracer
  • Bio card with Podrace arena


  • Weapons and Accessories:
  • 25" Wide Display Diorama
  • Unique Han Solo in Carbonite figure
  • Binders
  • Carbonite Block
  • Comments: As one of a species known to live for atleast one thousand years, Jabba the Hutt had plenty of time to build up his ill-gotten empire. No other crime lord lived in such luxurious, palatial surroundings, where his every need was immediately attended to by members of his court and a large collection of slaves. The repulsive, slug-like Hutt had his fingers in just about every unseemly activity known, from elaborate smuggling operations to his early days on Tatooine when gambling on Podraces was as big as the sport itself.

    Points of Interest:
  • The photos on the back of the box originally showed Jabba on his throne and Anakin's podracer, then was changed to exterior shots of Jabba's Palace and the Podrace Arena.
  • The unique Han Solo in Carbonite figure in this set includes the same legs from the Han Solo in Carbonite carded figure.

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