Posted by AnthonyP on January 21, 2013 at 08:08 PM CST
From Gentle Giant's Facebook Page:

Dear Collectors,

The concept for the regular edition of our General Veers Mini Bust changed in development. Originally, the regular edition bust featured General Veers wearing un-removable AT-AT pilot armor. In revising the bust, we decided to display him in his officer’s uniform instead. We failed to keep you updated about the nature of these changes before this piece was released. This was unintentional, and we sincerely apologize for any disappointment and confusion this error has caused. If you are not satisfied with the final product, please return it and we will be happy to issue a full refund.

Sincerely,
The Team at Gentle Giant Ltd


About The General Veers Mini Bust:

“My lord, I've reached the main power generators. The shield will be down in moments. You may start your landing.”

The chilling words that spelled the doom of the Rebel Base on Hoth were uttered by none other than General Maximilian Veers, fanatical Imperial Officer and brilliant tactician. A career soldier with skill unmatched at piloting the Empire’s feared AT-AT Walkers, Veers rose quickly through the ranks to become one of the youngest, and most dangerous, Major Generals serving Lord Vader. His victory on Hoth only served to establish his legend.

This limited edition 1/6-scale mini-bust is cast in high quality polystone and is hand numbered with a matching Certificate of Authenticity. Displayed here in his Imperial Officer uniform, the General Veers Mini Bust is the perfect addition to any true Star Wars fan’s collection.
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