A Universe of Star Wars Collectibles 2nd Edition
July 2002
287ppg

Publisher: kp books
Author: Stuart W. Wells III
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Cover Price: unavailable
Media: Softcover
ISBN: 0-8734-9415-6 - 1st

SYNOPSIS
The force will be with all collectors who own this comprehensive guide to one of today’s hottest collecting fields.

Star Wars fans will find more than 600 photos and more than 2,000 listings of collectible items related to the popular movie series from 1976 through 2001, including Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. Features photos, up-to-date pricing, and accurate descriptions for more than 40 categories such as action figures, books, clothing, food collectibles, games, trading cards, vehicles, wall art, statues, comics, coins, and more!

Star Wars is hotter than ever and this updated and revised edition of the best-selling collector’s guide is the ultimate resource for fans.

Author Stuart W. Wells III is a well-known authority on Star Wars collectibles. He is also the author of Star Wars Collector’s Pocket Companion.

• More than 2,000 listings of the hottest Star Wars collectibles, including up-to-date pricing, accurate descriptions, and more than 600 photographs to aid in identification

• Features more than 40 collecting categories

• All-new section covering Episode 1: The Phantom Menace



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