DARTH VADER Star Wars 1/1 Scale Legend Edition A New Hope Helmet
While collectors were able to view the prototype in person at Celebration V, eFX Collectibles didn't open the pre-order for their A New Hope Darth Vader helmet replica until April 2011. There were two versions of the helmet offered. The Limited edition, which was a idealized version of the helmet with a production run limited to 1,000 pieces, and the incredibly screen accurate Legend Edition which perfectly reproduced every brush stroke on the actual prop. Initially, the Legend Edition was to be limited to only 250 pieces, but due to overwhelming response from collectors, eFX chose to extend the production run to the actual number of Legend Editions ordered. In the end the production run for this version was set at 364 pieces. THe Legend Edition helmet began shipping in June, 2012.

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Product Information
Manufacturer: eFX Collectibles
Year: 2012
Original Retail: $999
Edition Size: 364 pieces
What's In The Box?
  • Screen Accurate Vader Mask
  • Screen Accurate Vader Helmet
  • Display Stand (Base, Rod, Upper Support, 2x Unique Screws, Washer)
  • Individually Numbered Plate Signed by Brian Muir
  • Numbered Plate Display Stand
  • Limited Edition Acme Archives Fine Art Print
  • Historical Pamphlet in Envelope
  • Registration Form
  • eFX Sticker Sheet

Photography & Text by D. Martin Myatt

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