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In Total, 100 Limited Edition Framed Script Pages to be Available For Purchase on Star Wars Day, Friday, May 4

To commemorate Star Wars Day at 10 a.m. PST on Friday, May 4, prominent sports and entertainment memorabilia company, Inscriptagraphs, will release 100 framed movie script pages from the first ever “Star Wars” movie (Star Wars: A New Hope, 1977) owned by Carrie Fisher, who played the legendary Princess Leia.

“We are thrilled to offer “Star Wars” fans the opportunity to own a rare piece of cinematic history,” said Tyler Feldman, owner of Inscriptagraphs. “Items owned by the Original “Star Wars” cast members very seldomly hit the public market and we expect this unique conversation piece to sell out immediately.”

Each of the 100 script pages came directly from one complete movie script, owned by Fisher and was procured from Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds’ estate after their sudden passing in 2016. Accompanying each script page includes a letter of authenticity directly from Inscriptagraphs, guaranteeing each page is authentic, as well as a copy of the original letter of authenticity signed and issued from Todd Fisher, son of Reynolds’ and presider of Reynolds’ estate sale.

Every page is museum-quality custom framed, measuring 19” x 36” in size and will be available for sale (globally) at two different price points:

· $499 – movie script page reflecting no speaking line from Princess Leia

· $599 – movie script page reflecting at least one speaking line from Princess Leia

*Tyler Feldman is available for phone and in-person interviews as well as radio and in-studio TV segments.

Inscriptagraphs is a sports and entertainment memorabilia company committed to offering unique and rare collectibles. The perfect addition to any man cave, Inscriptagraphs offers thousands of autographs and game-used merchandise for fans of every sport and every team. Inscriptagraphs is located inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, footsteps away from the sports book. Guests can shake hands, take photos and reminisce with a roster of iconic sports figures at Inscriptagraphs’ celebrity meet-and-greets, happening every weekend. Interested parties can browse product inventory and current meet-and-greet schedule on their website, Become a fan of Inscriptagraphs on Facebook and follow their Instagram and Twitter.

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