The most expensive Star Wars Memorabilia ever


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What is the most expensive Star Wars memorabilia in the world?


The Star Wars series of movies has seen countless pieces of memorabilia sold from its cartoons, novels, comic books, and just about anything else that an avid fan could hope to collect but which amongst the crowd sells for the highest price?

The piece is of course, a prop that was worn during the filming of one of the movies. The movie was Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and the person who wore it was Bob Anderson, Olympic fencing champion. He wore it during the fight scenes between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader, with Anderson playing the part as Darth Vader. Anderson was the stunt double that played Darth Vader’s more physical scenes and sizing was only one of the reasons why he didn’t wear the same mask as David Prowse, who played the entire part of Darth Vader, except for his voice. The other reasoning for the extra mask was due to the fact that Anderson needed the eyes in his mask to be different because he had to see so clearly while he fought.

The mask was sold in 2003 by Profiles in History auction house in California for $115,000, making it the most expensive Star Wars memorabilia ever.


Darth Vader's Mask


The world's most expensive Star Wars Memorabilia ever

The most expensive Star Wars Memorabilia ever

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