DALLAS – A collection of 23 Star Wars action figures sold at auction for a total of $201,180. The premiere Star Wars toys sold through Heritage Auctions during the firm’s Comics & Comic Art Auction, held Aug. 2-4 in Dallas, Texas, which brought in a total of $6,670,739.
Star Wars – Bib Fortuna (Red Cape) Loose Action Figure /TW Prototype (Kenner, 1983) Condition: AFA 85 NM+. Extremely rare! One of only two ever graded, and it’s estimated that only five examples are in existence, making it one of the rarest of Star Wars figures. COA from CIB (Collectible Investment Brokerage). From the Dubai Collection. $31,200
The valuable action figure collection included, but was not limited to:
Heritage Auctions reports the Dubai collection is one of the finest action figure collections to come to auction to date.
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Star Wars – Princess Leia Organa 12 Back-B Action Figure (Kenner, 1978) AFA 95 MT. Highest-graded example according to the current AFA census. On an A card back (mislabeled as a B card on the grading label). From the Dubai Collection. The action figure is 3.75″ tall. The card is unpunched. $19,200
Star Wars – Luke Skywalker 12 Back-C w/Yellow Hair Action Figure (Kenner, 1978) AFA 95 MT. The single highest-graded example according to the current AFA census. From the Dubai Collection. The action figure is 3.75″ tall. The card in unpunched. $28,800. Courtesy of Heritage Auctions, www.ha.com
Star Wars – Ben (Obi-Wan) Kenobi First Shot Prototype Action Figure with Yellow Saber (Kenner, 1977) AFA 70 EX+. The only graded First Shot of this figure. Very few are known to exist, making this one extremely rare. It is hand-painted, hand-glued, with no points of origin or copyright stamps to the legs. The pre-production prototype features Obi-Wan in a dark cape and with a translucent yellow double-telescoping Lightsaber. COA from CIB (Collectible Investment Brokerage). From the Dubai Collection. $20,400