AT-AT IMPERIAL WALKER
(Signature Edition)

Source:
(The Empire Strikes Back)

Year: 2005

Assortment:
Studio Scale Vehicles

Retail: $1,399.00

Production Sequence: 39 out of 750

Part Number: SW-136-P

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Acrylic Dust Cover
  • Signed Plaque
  • Snow-Effect Base
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Details:

  • Faithfully reproduces the original 19-inch high filming miniatures as seen in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Presented on a snow-effect base with footprints and crashed snowspeeder
  • Includes an acrylic dust cover to protect your model
  • Comes with a plaque signed by ILM special effects artist, Phil Tippett
  • Limited to 750 pieces worldwide
  • Comments: It was a dark time for the Rebellion. Imperial troops had pursued the Rebel forces across the far reaches of the galaxy to the remote ice world of Hoth. Leading the attack, was one of the Empire's most devastating assault weapons- the fearsome All Terrain Armored Transport (or AT-AT).

    Legions of film-goers watched in awe as the AT-ATs thundered towards Echo base in one of the most memorable sequences in motion picture history. Recreated from a direct study of the surviving miniatures in the Lucasfilm archives, this studio-scale replica is signed by renowned special effects supervisor and animator Phil Tippett. Master Replicas' AT-AT Signature Edition faithfully reproduces the details of the original filming miniatures and includes a snowscape diorama, complete with Luke Skywalker's crashed snowspeeder (cast directly from an ILM miniature).

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    The unpacking process detailed below

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    Points of Interest:
  • Photography by Philip Wise
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