2012 TOPPS STAR WARS GALACTIC FILES 2012 Topps Star Wars Galactic Files Deluxe Printing Plate Set Deluxe Printing Plate Set
After releasing Star Wars: Galactic Files, the largest Star Wars trading card set in history, Topps decided to make it even more special by releasing a very limited number of print plate boxed sets which they teased at the 2012 New York Comic Con and then just a short time later, sold through their own website exclusively. The set consists of all four print plates used to create one of the 350 trading cards that make up the base set. Each box comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity that matches the featured card number along with a 24-piece character card set only available through this offering. After seeing the set in all its glory, completest collectors will simply have to have it as technically, no collection will be complete without it. Especially since the cards are numbered sequentially after the 350th card with number 351-374.
Product Information
Manufacturer: The Topps Company Inc.
Collection: Topps 2012 Star Wars Galactic Files
Source: Star Wars
Year: 2012
First Revealed: New York Comic Con 2012
Pre-Order Date: November 2012
Ship Date: November 2012
Original Retail: $499.95
Edition Size: 350 Pieces
SKU: SWGFPPS-12
Included in the box:
  • 1 complete set of 4 plates used to print one of the 350 different 2012 Topps Galactic Files trading cards: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Black
  • 1 full set of 24 exclusive Star Wars Character cards not available anywhere else
  • Certificate of Authenticity
Points of Interest:
  • ShopTopps.com exclusive
  • Comes in a super deluxe foil stamped faux leather case

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