ok then, if it came with propstore already, this is already something.
well, so yeah, those parts are all kind of weird!
Farmer contacted David Middleton, the construction storeman for The Empire Strikes Back at Pinewood Studios, who released one of the original “Darth Vader” costumes used in the film in order to make the master molds and patterns necessary to create exact replicas of the costume for the film's premiers in select major markets. This is one of the surviving costumes from the handful of examples that were produced by N.J. Farmer Associates LTD
Steve Sansweet I believe. Saber shows the hallmarks of touring sabers. (wrong size, wrong shape, wrong parts, etc. lol) Maybe part of the collection Don Bies made, given that it uses a cast of that mystery part on the back.. seems to be the only thing connected to filming.What about this one?suposedly it a screen used lightsaber with the blade still attached. I’m drawing a blank on the owners name,he is a well known collector though.its looks corect but that card is so different from anything else I feel like this is a touring saber. But why have the blade with it if it was.
Why the blade if it’s a promo saber?dont get me wrong I completely agree that it isn’t screen used. It’s way to clean,if it was in fact a stunt saber with a blade it would be dinged up. There’s barely a mark on it.was the blade installed as a way to swindle people into thinking it was screen used?im sure it got a premium price as a screen used lightsaber compared to a promo saber. Plus I remember seeing an interview were he mentioned the blade is a tank antenna.was there were the rumor of them being tank antennas started?Steve Sansweet I believe. Saber shows the hallmarks of touring sabers. (wrong size, wrong shape, wrong parts, etc. lol) Maybe part of the collection Don Bies made, given that it uses a cast of that mystery part on the back.. seems to be the only thing connected to filming.