Posted by D_Martin on June 12, 2013 at 09:45 PM CST
Imperial Seal Bookends - $70
License: Star Wars
Item Number: 80355
UPC: 8-71810-01020-2
Dimensions: H 5.85 W 5.25 D 2.75
Release Date: Q1 2014


Show your support for the Galactic Empire with the incredible Imperial Seal Bookends! Digitally sculpted by the master artisans at Gentle Giant Ltd., these unique bookends can be displayed together as a single, striking symbol of terror and might, or used to stylishly store your favorite media! The choice is yours! These limited edition hand-painted bookends come individually numbered and include a matching certificate of authenticity. Perfect for yourself or that special Stormtrooper in your life.
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