Ok Star Wars fans, we've got a look at a new Star Wars collectible book of collectables that is a must have for any hardcore Star Wars fan. The book is called Star Wars: 1,000 Collectibles: Memorabilia and Stories from a Galaxy Far, Far Away The book has pictures, stories, and details from the largest private collection of Star Wars stuff ever. From toys and costumes to life-size statues made of LEGO bricks to consumer goods such as candy, clothing, toothpaste and much more.
If you want to Buy the book over at Amazon Click Here. It's going for $23.10.
Here is a little bit of info to give you a better idea of what the book consists of along with picture.
Info from StarWars.com:
The book by Stephen Sansweet with Anne Neumann is the book Star Wars collectors have been waiting for -- a 568-page virtual exhibit of Sansweet's personal Star Wars collectibles museum -- called "Rancho Obi-Wan" -- showcasing 1,000 hand-picked items from the world's largest Star Wars collection. Accompanying each image -- and there are over 1,000 -- are historical tidbits, little-known facts, and personal stories drawing the reader into the rich universe of Star Wars collecting. It's a sugar rush of eye-catching imagery and quirky commentary matched with an engrossing account of one collector's mission to preserve the merchandising legacy of Star Wars for generations to come.
Product Description from Amazon:
Drawn from the largest private Star Wars collection in the known universe, this stunning treasure trove of memorabilia and colourful anecdotes mixes fun with nostalgia, delighting both the casual fan and the serious collector. Since the first Star Wars film opened in 1977, George Lucas’s epic space fantasy has become not only one of the most successful entertainment franchises of all time, but also an obsession for collectors around the globe, who have spent more than $15 billion on Star Wars merchandise. These collectibles range from the offbeat: C-3PO tape dispensers, fan-made bantha pinatas, and Darth Vader popcorn poppers; to the everyday: Boba Fett cake pans, Yoda PEZ dispensers, and “Cream of Jawa” soup. Here for the first time is a chronicle of the constantly expanding, all-encompassing, often-surreal lifestyle of collecting Star Wars, filled with incredible stranger-than-fiction stories from the galaxy’s foremost collector.
Now check out the pictures and tell us what ya think!