Star Wars: The Vintage Collection Archive Book

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The Vintage Collection Archive Edition book is a comprehensive historical text and detailed visual archive of one of Hasbro's most popular lines of 3.75-inch Star Wars action figures, The Vintage Collection (TVC). 

Whether you're new to Hasbro's The Vintage Collection or a long-time collector, you'll find the book's easy to use layout an invaluable resource. Weighing in at a whopping 4.5 lbs., the book's 364-pages cover The Vintage Collection action figures, creatures, vehicles and playsets. Entries include a detailed record of each item with vivid, high-resolution photos. A massive 32-inch fold-out showcases the line's premiere vehicles: Millennium Falcon and Jabba's Sail Barge (The Khetanna).

Additional features include: foreword by Star Wars super-collector Steve Sansweet;  matrix of all TVC action figure packaging variations; timeline of Hasbro's Star Wars product lines; chapter exhibiting conceptual and unproduced items that didn't make it into the TVC line; and much, much more!

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Emma Jeffrey
Fantastic Book- totally recommend!

A must have book for collectors. Beautifully presented with lots of key information.Cannot recommend enough. Lovely service from the publishers too.

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Donna Cagle

My husband loves his book

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Brent Roberts
Excellent Book!

This book was worth both the wait and money! The photos are clear and clean. The authorship is also unique in that it gives the perspective of the actual people who design the toys! A fun book to gradually work your way through over a cup of coffee for both toy and Star Wars fans!

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Mark Hamilton
Amazing resource

Love love love this book, helped me draw up a target list of figures I need to get hold of

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George Bilton
star wars the vintage collection

the actual book is amazing but alot of money for what it is, the only other this is the postage is so high from the USA, that the actual postage is more expensive than the book itself. seems ridiculous really, but I do hope you do a follow on to this book.