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Star Wars Memorabilia news.
Sotheby’s auction house in London held a Star Wars only auction last December.
The collection owned by Japanese designer Nigo included a rare Luke Skywalker figure, coins and more than 600 action figures sold for a total of $500,000.
“As a designer, I have always been inspired by ‘Star Wars,'” Nigo said in a statement. “I am honored to be launching this sale and hope that it will bring excitement to ‘Star Wars’ fans around the world.”
A Star Wars fan had his Star Wars collection stolen from his house in the UK while on holiday.
The collection was worth an estimated £50,000 ($85,000) and included hundreds of action figures and vehicles.
Of note was a Darth Vader model and a rare Yoda Force FX lightsaber.
The owner of the collection said “It has been absolutely awful. Not only has the collection been stolen, but I am now finding myself looking into my friends and members of my family”
The collection was stored in a hidden area in the loft of the house, so casual burglars would not have known the collection was there.
Mark Hamill has decided to help fans wanting to spend money on Star Wars memorabilia by teaching them how to spot fake signatures.
The Luke Skywalker star has show pictures on Twitter of his real signature, so that fans can spot fakes that some criminal websites are trying to sell.