Nearly 13,000 items with checklist style listings, over 2700 color photos, and accurate estimated values makes this collector's guide a must-have for everybody selling, buying, or who has ever owned and enjoyed merchandise produced for the Star WarsTM saga. Goods have been collected from over 50 countries and compiled together into this impressive tome, the longest running Star Wars identification guide series in print.
The items available in this guide, with the exception of toys-a category so large it requires its own book, range from Advertising and Dart Boards to Squeaky Toys and Window Clings. From the 1976 pre-release movie paperback through the latest Clone Wars kitchenware, thirty-five years of exciting and obscure Star Wars collectibles are archived here for you to discover, marvel over, and enjoy.
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Geoffrey T. Carlton has loved Star Wars since the debut of the first movie in 1977. He estimates that his collection of over 6,000 pieces of memorabilia is valued at between $80,000 and $85,000. He is a member of the 501st Legion of Stormtroopers, ranked commander. His Star Wars Super Collector's Wish Book was the first of its kind, boasting over 23,000 listings and nearly 12,000 color photographs.