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I WANT ONE! Qui Gon Jinn Lightsaber Limited Edition

Qui Gon Jinn 
Lightsaber Limited EditionExactingly copied from surviving filming props in the Lucasfilm archive, this awesome replica reveals never before seen details.

Qui Gon Jinn Lightsaber Features:
  • Machined aluminum and brass parts
  • Anodized black details
  • Anodized red female knurled button
  • Intricate pommel detailing
  • Museum quality display case with mirrored base and acrylic cover
  • Numbered plaque and certificate of authenticity

Buy Qui Gon Jinn's infamous lightsaber today!

"Obi-Wan, promise... promise me you will train the boy. He is the Chosen One. He will bring balance. Train him..." Qui-Gon Jinn Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace

Defiant to the end, with his last breath the venerable Qui-Gon Jinn exacts a fateful promise from his Padawan, Obi-Wan Kenobi, to train a young slave boy named Anakin Skywalker to become a Jedi Knight.

During a mission to settle a simple trade dispute between the greedy Trade Federation and the peaceful world of Naboo, Qui-Gon and his apprentice became embroiled in a sinister plot, engineered by the mysterious Darth Sidious, Dark Lord of the Sith.

Escaping an ambush, the Jedi landed on the Outer Rim world of Tatooine, where Qui-Gon met a young slave boy, Anakin Skywalker. A practitioner of the Living Force, Qui-Gon sensed the boy to be the "Chosen One," a Jedi who would bring unity and balance to the Force, and requested permission of the Jedi Council to train the boy. Fearing Anakin's future to be clouded and uncertain, the Council refused.

As the nefarious scheme of the evil Darth Sidious reached its climax, Qui-Gon was killed in battle by the vile Sith Lord's apprentice, Darth Maul. Mindful of his beliefs Qui-Gon swore Obi-Wan to carry out his last wish, setting in motion a chain of events that would bring chaos, but ultimately peace, to the galaxy.

In Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, Qui-Gon's lightsaber was machined by the prop department from aluminum. Resin parts were cast and a rare, red aircraft button was added as decoration. Working directly from surviving props in the Lucasfilm archives, Master Replicas' engineers have crafted a copy of the hero version of the hilt from machined aluminum, featuring rich black anodized parts, never before seen details, and a red anodized button complete with the rare knurl of the original.

What's in the box?

Qui Gon Jinn Replica Lightsaber handle, museum quality display case with mirrored base and acrylic cover, numbered plaque and certificate of authenticity.





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