Posted by Philip on December 5, 2009 at 09:53 AM CST
December sale link: Click this link to take advantage of the sale.

The price is $64.99 and worth every penny if you consider you are getting a 984-page hardcover with ribbon bookmark, featuring full-color photographs throughout. Here's a small description from the Paizo website:

"After half a decade of research, Gus Lopez and Duncan Jenkins have created the largest Star Wars price guide ever assembled. This guide will serve the beginner and seasoned collector alike with 56 extensive chapters that span every category of collectible. Every Star Wars item from 1977 to present is covered with information about the licensee, country, film, and current secondary market price. This is a truly international guide with approximately 100 different countries represented. Items are indexed by category and licensee, and this guide is the first Star Wars collectibles book to offer a complete licensee index with page references. Each chapter gives an in-depth background on every category of collectible and specifics such as grading, storage, preservation, holy grails, humorous items, and where to locate them. Gus and Duncan's Comprehensive Guide to Star Wars Collectibles is an essential volume on every Star Wars collector's bookshelf."
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