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Christmas Gift Idea - Vintage Star Wars Carry Case Wood Art Plaques

Star Wars Carry Case Wood Art Plaques Are A Thing Of Beauty.

If you know me you will know that I am a huge fan of all things retro when it comes to Star Wars.  My collecting focus is mainly Kenner products from the 70's and 80's and of course I have a couple of the fantastic-looking vinyl collector cases that holds 24 of my precious figures.  What was a particular standout of these cases and it still brings a smile to my face were the memorable artwork on the front and thanks to Regal Robot you can now have these designs on your wall.  There are four designs to choose from:

Star Wars: A New Hope™
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back™ Version A (Yoda top-right)
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back™ Version B (Wampa top-right)
Star Wars: Return of the Jedi™ 

The wood art plaques use the iconic artwork from the Lucasfilm image archives and measure 17.5″ wide.  Regal Robot ships these beauties (US only) ready to hang!  The plaques are completely official and will compliment any collector's room.  As a bonus they are currently on offer at $29.99 (Normally $39.99) and as always, action figures are sold separately.

Here's the link and please share your photos if you buy any.  We'll feature them on our social media pages.

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