Posted by D_Martin on July 25, 2012 at 02:35 PM CST
If there is one thing you have to love about collecting vintage Star Wars it is the constant new discoveries. Since there were no media sites like Rebelscum or the Star Wars Collectors Archive back in the day, what would be documented instantly now may not be widely known for years, and in some cases decades. Case in point is the AFA graded carded Lili Ledy Jawa with Attached Hood. Some collectors may have been aware of this variation, but there isn't a lot written about it, so finding the above linked auction was the first we've ever heard of this variation. Follow the above link to check it out and if you have more information on this one, please feel free to let us know.
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