10 Most Valuable Star Wars Toys

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6. 14K GOLD LEGO C-3PO 2007

14K-Gold-Lego-C-3PO Value

In 2007 Lego had a contest which was on the back of the March April 2007 Lego Magazine. The contest was organized as a commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Star Wars franchise, five lucky winners were selected to receive a solid gold 14K C-3PO minifigure. This figure also has a bronze and a silver version, not worth as much though.

Estimated Value: $10,000

5. FX-7 (Medical Droid – Vintage Empire Strikes Back, 1980)

FX-7 (Medical Droid - Vintage Empire Strikes Back, 1980)

This collectibles rose to fame in February of 2014 when an anonymous bidder in the UK paid a whopping $11,500 for it.

It’s not known why a mint version of this action figure, produced by the UK toy company Palitoys, sold for as much as it did on in 2014 at Vectis Auctions. Maybe it was because of the rarity of the character compared to some other figures (Vlix or Yak Face are rarer though), maybe it was because of the mint condition of the package.

Estimated Value: $11,500

4. STAR WARS #1, 35¢ VARIANT 1977

35-Cent-Variant-Star-Wars Value

Star Wars #1 was released in July,1977 (right before the movie) and is part one of the movie adaptation of Star Wars IV: A New Hope. Marvel decided to raise the price to 35¢ in select cities which were Memphis, Toledo, Tuscaloosa and Wilmington. Out of an estimated 1,500 35¢ issues printed, only a small fraction are believed to exist today. Owning a 35¢ issue, and not a reprint, would net you $13,600.


Estimated Value: $13,600

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