Han Solo Blaster Developmental Prototype Set

Source: (A New Hope)

Year: 2003

Assortment: Prop Replica

Final Auction Price: $2,551.01

Production Sequence: Limited to 1 set

Comments: This hand-made prototype was created from original Lucasfilm Ltd. archival materials and is the only one that still exists, making it one of the most extraordinary collectibles in the world.

Also known as a first-shot or a test-shot, this Developmental Prototype includes an informational booklet outlining the development process with photos of the replica design in progress.

This hand-made prototype was created from original Lucasfilm Ltd. archival materials and is the only one that still exists, making it one of the most extraordinary collectibles in the world.

Also known as a first-shot or a test-shot, this Developmental Prototype includes an informational booklet outlining the development process with photos of the replica design in progress.

The Han Solo Blaster Developmental Prototype includes a framed artist proof of the Han Solo Blaster lithograph created from the original blueprints drawn during the design process of the prop replica, adding to its unique value.

The Pre-Production Artist Proof is made of the same quality materials as the limited edition replica. Its beauty and craftsmanship will astound you even at this early development stage.

The Pre-Production Artist Proof also comes with a certificate of authenticity and a custom-made, Lucite display case.



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