Check out this beautiful 30th anniversary medallion frame Philip Wise made for me. It's perfect for people who only wanted a few of those awesome medallion sets offered at Celebration 4, Celebration Europe, and Celebration Japan. You can order full set, or individual medallion frames, right here online.
Luke, Han, Chewbacca, and the droids R2-D2 and C-3PO are caught in a net that the Ewoks rigged to capture prey. As the Rebels hang in mid-air, Artoo extends an arm with a cutter and quickly slices through the thick rope, sending everyone tumbling to the ground - only to find themselves surrounded and captured by Ewok warriors. Click here for some great loose shots over at Rebelscum.com!
I finally got my hands on a UGH R2-D2! This special chase figure is part of the Ultimate Galactic Hunt promotion: a series of 12 variant figures. It is the same exact figure but the packaging has gold foil on it and the exclusive coin is also gold.
Everyone who presented at the collecting panels during Celebration IV was given a full set of gold coins enclosed in a beautiful acrylic display case as shown here. Above is the R2-D2 from my own gold set. I presented on two collecting panels, one for focus collecting, and one for collecting clubs. Just figured you all might like to see it added to the archive!
Celebration Europe also had twelve collectible "medallions" randomly given out during the collecting panels. Above is the R2-D2 medallion. Special thanks to Gus Lopez for picking one up for R2D2Central.com! If you have one, two or all twelve, I highly suggest these nice acrylic display cases made by our good friends at Rebelscum.com.
At Celebration IV there were twelve collectible "medallions" randomly given out during the collecting panels. Above is the R2-D2 medallion. Special thanks to Chris Fawcett for the hook up! If you have one, two or all twelve, I highly suggest these nice acrylic display cases made by our good friends at Rebelscum.com.
From Rebelscum.com: "Rebelscum reader Joe Macudzinski writes in to alert variation hunters of a purple-hued blast effect he found of R2-D2 while searching for new figures. Although Joe found 4 like this, there's no word if this is an intentional change, or an error similar to the Holographic Obi-Wan Kenobi from last year."
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