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Everything in your collection of Vintage Star Wars Action Figures will go in here.   I want to clean up the other thread, and put my stuff in here, with some info on Old School Vintage Figures.    I will update this thread soon, and unlock it.   Just wanted to get it started for now so I remembered.   Some AWESOME info will be provided in this first post, from some very cool, and informative websites.   First things first...


First Packaging
By Richard Cox

    For many, the cornerstone of vintage Star Wars collecting is the 1977/78-1985 Kenner line of action figures. Acquiring these figures carded, with over 100 different figures produced, can be very daunting and is in and of itself the sole subject of many a collection. In addition, many carded collectors are beginning to look not only for the figure on a blister card, but specifically the card the action figure was introduced on. While for some this may mean getting Lando on an Empire Strikes Back card, to others it means Lando on a 31 back ESB card or even a 31A back ESB card. It is to these latter collectors, or prospective collectors, that this article is directed, as there is no literature, other than the cardbacks themselves, that presents this information. Insofar as determining the specifics of each cardback, Chris Fawcetts article covers the subject very well and will thus not be dealt with here in any detail. So if you need to know what a 45A back is go there. If youre looking to see what figure first appeared on the card youre in the right place.

Star Wars 12 Backs

    Technically, the first carded Star Wars action figures were the four available in the famous Early Bird kit offered in late 1977 and received in the mail in early 1978. These include Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, Princess Leia, and Chewbacca. However, most collectors simply do not consider this the first set of carded figures, but instead the first appearance of Star Wars action figures on an individual card, namely the 12 backs. Initially, only nine of the first 12 were released, though all of the figures did appear on the back of the card. Death Squad Commander, Jawa and Sandpeople were added soon after. This accounts for their absence on the Star Wars Action Collectors Stand offer.
The 12 back action figures are:
1) Ben Kenobi
2) Chewbacca
3) C-3PO
4) Darth Vader
5) Death Squad Commander
6) Han Solo
7) Jawa
8) Luke Skywalker
9) Princess Leia
10) R2-D2
11) Sandpeople
12) Stormtrooper

Star Wars 20 Backs

    The second series of action figures released with the Star Wars logo were the 20 backs. It is important to note that the earliest versions of the 20 backs did not have the Boba Fett mail away offer on them.
13) Death Star Droid
14) Greedo
15) Hammerhead
16) Luke as X-Wing Pilot
17) Power Droid
18) R5-D4
19) Snaggletooth (red)
20) Walrus Man

Star Wars 21 Backs

The good news is that theres only one 21 back figure to worry about. The bad news is that its Boba Fett, thus a tough and expensive one to come by. Many collectors dont bother distinguishing between 20 and 21 backs. Many others do. The 21 backs are the last figures to appear on a Star Wars card- sort of.

21) Boba Fett Empire Strikes Back

31 Backs

The first ESB action figures appeared on 31 back cards, though the logo first appeared on re-released 21 backs.
These first 10 ESB action figures are:
22) Bespin Sec. Guard (White)
23) Bossk
24) FX-7
25) Han Solo (Hoth Battle Gear)
26) Hoth Stormtrooper
27) IG-88
28) Lando Calrissian
29) Leia (Bespin Gown)
30) Luke Skywalker (Bespin Fatigues)
31) Rebel Soldier (Hoth Gear)
   

Empire Strikes Back 32 Backs

The 32A is the sort-of mentioned earlier, and the return of the 12 back card, though with a sticker of the later 20 figures slapped over the bottom third. However, the 32nd figure, Yoda, is of course not available on this card, but the later 32B. In fact, none of the ESB figures were actually available on this 32A card.

32) Yoda

Empire Strikes Back 41 Backs
33) AT-AT Driver
34) Dengar
35) Han Solo (Bespin Outfit)
36) Imperial Commander
37) Leia (Hoth Outfit)
38) Lobot
39) Rebel Commander
40) 2-1B
41) Ugnaught

Empire Strikes Back 45 Backs

The next set of ESB releases were the 45 backs. Many believe that R2-D2 with Sensorscope and C-3PO with Removable Limbs are 47 back releases, but they are shown on the 45 backs and were, in fact, first released on this cardback, replacing the earlier versions of the characters.

42) AT-AT Commander
43) Bespin Sec Guard (Black)
44)C-3PO (with Rem. Limbs)
45) Cloud Car Pilot
46) Luke Skywalker (Hoth Battle Gear)
47) R2-D2 (with Sensorscope)


Empire Strikes Back 47 Backs

There are two new additions shown on the 47 backs, Zuckuss and TIE Fighter Pilot. However, only the TIE Pilot was actually released on this cardback.

48) TIE Fighter Pilot

Empire Strikes Back 48 Backs

As an interesting aside, some ESB 48 backs have an Admiral Ackbar Revenge of the Jedi offer on them.

49) 4-LOM
50) Zuckuss
Return of the Jedi 65 Backs

Like the ESB 21 back, there exists an ROJ 48 back, though there are no new figures present. The first ROJ cards with new figures were the 65 backs.
51) Admiral Ackbar
52) Bib Fortuna
53) Biker Scout
54) Chief Chirpa
55) Emperor's Royal Guard
56) Gamorrean Guard
57) General Madine
58) Klaatu
59) Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard Disguise)
60) Leia (Boushh)
61) Logray
62) Luke Jedi Knight
63) Nien Nunb
64) Rebel Commando
65) Ree-Yees
66) Squid Head
67) Weequay
   

Return of the Jedi 77 Backs

68) AT-ST Driver
69) B-Wing Pilot
70) 8D8
71) The Emperor
72) Han Solo (Trench Coat)
73) Klaatu (Skiff Guard Outfit)
74) Leia (Combat Poncho)
75) Nikto
76) Prune Face
77) Rancor Keeper
78) Teebo
79) Wicket


Return of the Jedi 79 Backs

The last of the ROJ cardbacks are those with 79 figures pictured on the back. Some collectors maintain that these two figures turn up more frequently on POTF card, but these can be found fairly easily.

80) Lumat
81) Paploo


Power of the Force 92 Backs

The POTF logo appeared on 92 back cards only. Also note that one figure, the 93rd, was not pictured on any cardback, even his own: Yak Face.  Also, R2-D2 with Sensorscope has now been replaced by R2-D2 with Pop- Up Lightsaber.

82) Amanaman
83) Anakin Skywalker
84) A-Wing Pilot
85) Barada
86) EV-9D9
87) Han Solo in Carbonite
88) Imperial Dignitary
89) Imperial Gunner
90) Lando General
91) Luke (Battle Poncho)
92) Luke as Stormtrooper
93) Romba
94) R2-D2 (with Pop-Up Lightsaber)
95) Warok
96) Yak Face (Not pictured)


Droids and Ewoks Series

Kenner also released a series of action figures for both the Droids and Ewoks cartoon series. However, neither series of figures lasted very long and as a result there is only one cardback available for each line. Included for the sake of completeness in the Droids line is Vlix, a character that was only released in Brazil. If you are planning on adding this one to your carded collection, be prepared to spend a goodly amount of money. Also, the Boba Fett and A-Wing pilot are not new sculpts but the SW figures repackaged. All other figures in both lines are new, cartoon likenesses.

Droids:

97) A-Wing Pilot
98) Boba Fett
99) C-3PO
100) Jann Tosh
101) Jord Dusat
102) Kea Moll
103) Kez-Iban
104) R2-D2
105) Sise Fromm
106) Thall Joben
107) Tig Fromm
108) Uncle Gundy
109) Vlix

Ewoks:

110) Dulok Scout
111) Dulok Shaman
112) King Gorneesh
113) Logray
114) Urgah Lady Gorneesh
115) Wicket W. Warrick

And Then There's the Rest.

    There are a couple of figures not listed above that do warrant mentioning. The first is Blue Snaggletooth. Blue Snag never appeared on a card per se, but instead came with the earliest version of the Sears Cantina Adventure set. Many consider him carded if he is still in his Kenner baggie. Others dont really care as long as they have the figure. Sy Snootles and the Rebo Band were only sold as a set and were never carded individually. They appear in an ROJ box and include Sy Snootles, Droopy McCool, and Max Rebo.

Foreign (to U.S.) Packaging

    There were also many foreign types of packaging which have not been mentioned for.


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Re: Vintage Star Wars Action Figures...
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2012, 10:32:47 PM »

Guide to Kenner's Star Wars Figure Card Backs
by Chris Fawcett



Without a doubt, the most collected items from the Star Wars trilogy are action figures. Among action figure collectors are those who collect unopened figures in various packaging schemes that Kenner made. Most of the figures came packaged on a 6" x 9" card with a bubble or blister attached and the figure inside. The backer cards went through many changes in the line's eight-year history creating many variations of collectibles for the Star Wars action figure collector.

The information contained here will hopefully be of great help to the carded figure collector. While it would be almost impossible for a single person to obtain one of every variation of Star Wars carded figures, it is interesting to know what one has and what to be on the lookout for. At this point in time, few collectors are interested in which card back figures are on with the exception that most prefer 12-backs if given a choice. There are some figures, though, even harder to find than 12-backs. They're not as well known and not as well advertised. They may be difficult to track down, but the hunt is half the fun.

The most often used terminology for labeling these different cards stems from the number of action figures pictured on the back. Thus a 20-back has 20 figures pictured on the back of the card. A letter system is also used to designate the logo on the card. A 65-ROTJ back, then, would be a card with 65 figures on the back and the Return of the Jedi logo on the front. To break things down even further, there were different toy offers, promotions and advertisements on otherwise identical cards. These differences are noted by adding a letter to their designation and are assigned in the order of their release. For instance, a 65A-ROTJ figure would have the Return of the Jedi Logo on it, 65 figures on the back and the pictures of the Ewoks have been blacked out. A 65B-ROTJ is the same as a 65A-ROTJ except that you can now see the Ewoks on the back of the card.
 
Star Wars 12-backs

One of the most popular with collectors, the twelve backs belong in a category all their own because of the higher prices they command. It is interesting to note that there are instructions on the 12-backs for using the telescoping lightsaber feature that was originally planned for Luke, Ben, and Darth. The saber feature was dropped, but the text still made it onto the packaging.
 
Star Wars

Star Wars cards were also released with 20 backs which showed the first two set of figures and then on 21-backs which included the Boba Fett figure.

The last Star Wars header card was actually a 32-back. This seems odd looking at the fact that ESB cards started with 21-backs before moving on to 31- and 32-backs. This SW card, however, is simply a 12-back with a sticker slapped over the bottom half showing the next twenty figures e. A likely reason for this oddity is that Kenner started releasing ESB 31-backs and had some SW 12-backs left over. They wanted to update the card to let people know about the new figures, so they printed up a sticker showing the new figures. These were probably released just after the ESB 31-backs and before the 32-backs came out. These SW 32-backs are fairly difficult to find and could command a price of up to 40% more than book to a buyer interested in such variations.
  
Empire Strikes Back

The first ESB cards were the 21-backs. These are basically the same card at the SW 21-backs with the logo updated for the Empire Strikes Back. These cards are some of the hardest to find and often get prices up to 50% over book. Of all the card variations, the ESB 21-back is probably one of the most sought after even though it may not be the rarest.

The Empire headers had a long life, proceeding from the 21-backs to 31-, 32-, 41-, 45-, 47-, and 48-backs. As new figures were added to the line, they were put on the card backs. Many of these cards also had variations on the toys and playsets shown at the bottom of the card.
 
 
Return of the Jedi

ROTJ cards had four card backs starting with a 48-back and proceeding through 65-, 77-, and 79-backs. The 48-back is the tough find of the bunch because it was a transition card like the ESB 21-backs. Kenner was moving all the figures onto ROTJ packaging and this card had the short run before being updated with ROTJ figures on the back. It can garner some price increases in the range of 25% over book value.

It is interesting to note that the 65A back has two figures blacked out on the card. These are both Ewoks. The reasoning behind this is that these cards were released before the movie Return of the Jedi was actually in theaters. George Lucas wanted to keep the Ewoks a secret, so he insisted that Kenner not reveal them.
 
 
Power of the Force

There was only one card back for this series of figures, the 92A (right). Figures that come on this card are often the mostly highly priced, even if the figure had been released on an earlier card. This is due to the fact that many less were released and that the nifty packaging which included a collector's coin is usually more sought after by collectors than other carded figures.
 
 
Droids and Ewoks

These two cards had scenes from the cartoons on the fronts and pictures of the Droids and Ewoks toys on the backs.
   
 
 
 
Trilogo & other Foreign

Trilogos were identical to ROTJ and POTF cards with the exception of the trilingual packaging. Figures packaged on Trilogo cards bring a much smaller price than the same figure on another card back. Most of the Trilogo card backs are the same as their U.S. counterparts, but there are a few differences. There is, for example, a 79-back Trilogo card with the Ewoks blacked out in the same manner as the 65A card. This back does not appear on the U.S. packaging.

There were many other foreign packaged items by Kenner affiliates in Europe, Asia and South America including Takara (Japan), Meccano (Mexico), and Palitoy (England). Some of these packages are very similar to their North American cousins and some are radically different.
 
 
Promotions...

Kenner held many promotions for free merchandise. Sometimes these were printed right on the card and at other times they were stickers plastered onto other card backs. Some offers appeared both ways. Here's a run down of the basic promotions that Kenner ran on blister cards:

1. Action Figure Collector's Stand: This offer appeared only on 12-backs and came with two variations, one offering the stand for 2 Proofs of Purchases and $2.00 and the other adding that it could be received free for 12 Proofs of Purchase.
 
 2. Free Boba Fett: This promotion was for the infamous Rocket Firing Boba Fett, none of which were ever actually shipped. The offer has several different appearances with later cards having a sticker slapped over the part of the card touting the Fett with a firing rocket. There are also several expiration extensions which appear as stickers on earlier cards with the offer.
 
3. Free Secret Star Wars Figure: This offer appeared on several cards extending from Star Wars and into the Empire Strikes Back era. The latest ESB card with the offer revealed that the secret figure was Bossk.
 
4. Action Figure Survival Kit: This package had several items to be used as accessories to the action figures. The offer ran only on the ESB 41-backs.

5. Star Wars Display Arena: Running on ESB 45-backs, this promotion only had one variation, an extension of the deadline.

6. Free 4-LOM: This offer only ran on one card, the ESB 47 back.

7. Free Admiral Ackbar Figure: This offer was touted as a Revenge of the Jedi offer, the name of the third movie before George Lucas decided to change it into Return of the Jedi.
 
8. Free Nien Nunb Figure: This offer was only on ROTJ 48 backs.

9. Free Emperor Figure: This offer only ran on the 65D card backs.

10. Free Anakin Skywalker Figure: This offer was on card backs from 65-backs through the end of ROTJ 79-backs.
 
Bringing it all Together

Below is a table that lists of the all 45 of the Kenner U.S. cards. They are listed in numerical order with information on headers, promotions, and other items distinguishing one card type from another.



EACH LINK SHOWS YOU A PICTURE OF EACH CARD!!!  DESCRIPTION IS IN RED!

Cardback#-Header ---   Offer --- Other toys pictured ---Description
http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/12Aback.jpg 12A-SW    Action Figure Stand    Tie Fighter, X-Wing, Landspeeder    The back of the card has artists renderings of the first twelve figures. There is a description of each and also instructions on how to use the telescoping lightsaber feature. The Action Figure Stand is offered for $2.00 plus 2 POPs.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/12Bback.jpg 12B-SW    Action Figure Stand    Tie Fighter, X-Wing, Landspeeder    Identical to 12A except the Action Figure Stand offer has added that it can be had for 12 POPs.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/12Cback.jpg 12C-SW    Action Figure Stand    Tie Fighter, X-Wing, Landspeeder    Identical to 12B expect the description for working the telescoping lightsaber is different.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Aback.jpg 20A-SW    none    Action Figure Case, Droid Factory, Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas, Dewback    This card has the eight new figures above the original 12 figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Bback.jpg 20B-SW    none    Action Figure Case, Droid Factory, Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas, Dewback    The card back has a different picture of the Creature Cantina and a different description for it and the Land of the Jawas.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Cback.jpg 20C-SW    Boba Fett    Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas    The front of this card announces the free rocket-firing Boba Fett offer and the back explains how to get him along with a couple pictures of the figure.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Dback.jpg 20D-SW    Boba Fett    Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas    This card is identical to 20C expect that the rocket firing Boba Fett picture is covered by a black sticker.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Eback.jpg 20E-SW    Boba Fett    Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas    This card is identical to 20C expect the Boba Fett picture on the back is covered by a yellow and black sticker containing a description of the bounty hunter.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Fback.jpg 20F-SW    Boba Fett    Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas    This card is the same as 20E but with an additional red circular sticker extending the offer's deadline to 3/31/80.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Gback.jpg 20G-SW    Boba Fett    Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas    This card is identical to 20F but the extension sticker is a red rectangle and extends the offer to 12/31/80.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/20Hback.jpg 20H-SW    Secret Figure    Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas    The front of the card has a sticker over the Fett offer that announces the Secret Figure promotion. The back has a sticker over the entire top of the card with details of the offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/21Aback.jpg 21A-SW    none    Action Figure Case, Droid Factory, Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas, Dewback    This card back shows the first 21 figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/21Bback.jpg 21B-SW    none    Action Figure Case, Droid Factory, Creature Cantina, Land of the Jawas, Dewback    This is identical to 21A except that the toy pictures are in a different placement.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/21Cback.jpg 21C-SW    Secret Figure    none    The front of this card has a sticker with the Secret figure offer. The back would be the same as 21A except that the sticker for the free figure covers the bottom half of the card.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/21Dback.jpg 21D-ESB    Secret Figure    none    This card is identical to 21C except for the ESB header and the fact that the Secret Figure offer is printed instead of being a sticker.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/21Eback.jpg 21E-ESB    Secret Figure    none    Same as 21D except for a red circular sticker extending the offer and revealing the secret figure as Bossk.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/31Aback.jpg 31A-ESB    none    Hoth Playset, Star Destroyer, Vader Case    The first thirty one figures are shown on the back.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/31Bback.jpg 31B-ESB    none    Snowspeeder, Imperial Transport, Millennium Falcon    Identical to 31A except for the toys pictured.

http://theswca.com/images-speci/cardbacks/images/32asw.jpg 32A-SW    none    Tie Fighter, X-Wing, Landspeeder    This card is the same as 12A except a sticker covers the bottom third of the card and shows the first 20 figures from the ESB line.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/32Bback.jpg 32B-ESB    none    Hoth Playset, Star Destroyer, Vader Case    Identical to card 31A except for the addition of Yoda in the upper left hand corner and slightly different toy pictures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/32Cback.jpg 32C-ESB    none    Snowspeeder, Imperial Attack Base, Millennium Falcon     Identical to 31B with Yoda and the Imperial Attack Base added and the Imperial Transport removed.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/41Aback.jpg 41A-ESB    none    Vader Case, Tie Fighter, Dagobah, X-Wing, Millennium Falcon, Cloud Car, Slave I     41 figures are shown on the back.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/41Bback.jpg 41B-ESB    none    Snowspeeder, 3 Mini Rigs, Tauntaun, Probot Playset, AT-AT, Imperial Attack Base    This card is the same as 41A except for the toys shown.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/41Cback.jpg 41C-ESB    Survival Kit    none    The bottom of this card has the Action figure survival kit offer and the top shows the 41 figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/41Dback.jpg 41D-ESB    none    Vader Case, Tie Fighter, Dagobah, X-Wing, Millennium Falcon, Cloud Car, Slave I    The figure pictures are shown on a blue background instead of in the small boxes. Otherwise the same as 41A.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/41Eback.jpg 41E-ESB    none    Snowspeeder, 3 Mini Rigs, Tauntaun, Probot Playset, AT-AT, Imperial Attack Base    This figure pictures are shown on a blue background instead of in the small boxes. Otherwise the same as 41B.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/45Aback.jpg 45A-ESB    Display Arena    none    This card has the Display Arena offer. The card back has the figures pictured on a yellow background and the offer is on the bottom third of the card.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/45Bback.jpg 45B-ESB    Display Arena    none    This is the same as 45A but with a sticker extending the offer's expiration.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/47Aback.jpg 47A-ESB    Free 4-LOM    none    The card offers the free 4-lom figure on the back and front. The top shows 47 figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/48Aback.jpg 48A-ESB    none    AT-ST, Tauntaun, Wampa, 5 Mini Rigs, Rebel Transport    This card has 48 figures on the back.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/48Bback.jpg 48B-ESB    Free Ackbar    none    Same as 48A except for a sticker on the bottom third explaining the offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/48Cback.jpg 48C-ESB    Free Ackbar    none    Same as 48B except the offer is printed not a sticker.
 
http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/48Dback.jpg 48D-ROTJ    Free Nien Nunb    none    The bottom third of the card has the Nien Nunb offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/65Aback.jpg 65A-ROTJ    none    Bandoleer Strap, Y-Wing, C-3PO Case    This card shows 65 figures except two, Logray and Chirpa, are blacked out.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/65Bback.jpg 65B-ROTJ    none    Bandoleer Strap, Y-Wing, C-3PO Case    This card is identical to 65A except the Ewoks are visible.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/65Cback.jpg 65C-ROTJ    Emperor    none    The same as 65B except for the bottom third of the card explaining the Emperor offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/65Dback.jpg 65D-ROTJ    Anakin    none    The same as 65B except for the offer for Anakin on the bottom of the card.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/77Aback.jpg 77A-ROTJ    none    The Rebo Band, Ewok Glider, Ewok Catapult, Rancor    The back shows 77 figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/77Bback.jpg 77B-ROTJ    Anakin    none    This card is the same as 77A except that there is a sticker on the bottom telling about the Anakin offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/79Aback.jpg 79A-ROTJ    none    The Rebo Band, Ewok Glider, Ewok Catapult, Rancor    Shows 79 figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/79Bback.jpg 79B-ROTJ    Anakin    none    This is the same as 79A except for a sticker showing the Anakin offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/79Cback.jpg 79C-ROTJ    Anakin    none    The back has printed info on the Anakin offer.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/92Aback.jpg 92A-POTF    none    Collectors Coins    The back adds all the new figures and the bottom third explains the Collector's Coins.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/triback.jpg Tri-Trilogo    none    none    This card is actually a 79-back, but it only appears on Trilogo cards. Notice the blacked out Ewoks.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/Eback.jpg E-Ewoks    none    Ewok Battle Wagon, Ewok Village, Ewok Glider, Ewok Catapult    The back shows 6 Ewoks figures.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/Dback.jpg D-Droids    none    ATL-Interceptor, Side Gunner, Droids Lightsaber    12 Droids figures are pictured.

http://www.12back.com/features/cardbacks/cardbacks.php3
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Re: Vintage Star Wars Action Figures Information...
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2012, 11:30:22 PM »
my Logray came in today.    great condition besides the bubble/blister yellowing, but that happens a lot.   that's why the ones you find that have the clear blister, are even that much more than with yellowing.   anyhoo... hope this card brings back memories for some, it did for me.  :tusken: :jedi: :jabba: :r2d2: :yo daddy: ....


Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1983
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 70710
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Shaman Staff
Shaman Pouch
Logray Headgear

Point of Interest:
  This figure first appeared on the Return Of The Jedi 65 back card. Due to Lucasfilm’s desire to keep the Ewoks’ appearance a secret, the Return Of The Jedi 65A card backs had both this figure and Chief Chirpa blacked out. Despite this, Logray was still released on the Return Of The Jedi 65A card.

Comments: A lot of people may say that the Ewoks were pushovers, but if the vintage Logray (Ewok Medicine Man) is any indication, nothing could be further from the truth. If anything these dudes are creepy… really creepy. We’re not talking Michael Jackson’s nose creepy… We’re talking that The Shining creepy. (The Kubrick film, not the lame made-for-TV thing with that guy from wings) And good ol’ Logray takes the cake. Yup, he’s creepier than that zombie witch doctor dude in The Serpent And The Rainbow.

Major Variations:
Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Logray (Ewok Medicine Man), for the most part, only has spray op colour variations. The figure is available with light tan, dark tan, and gray stripes. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtLogray.asp

















well.. my Emperor, and Tri Logo Luke Jedi Knight came in today... as well as my Tri Logo Emperor.   GREAT conditions for these..... i'll describe them as best i can with the pictures i just got done taking.

also, here is some info on "Tri Logo" Vintage Star Wars Figures.  http://trilogo.info/intro-history/what-are-trilogos/

Here's a pic of the two of them.


Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1984
Release Date: 1983
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Power of the Force
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 71240
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Walking Stick

Point of Interest:
  This figure was first offered as a send away offer on the American Return Of The Jedi 65C and the Canadian Return Of The Jedi 65B card backs before becoming available at retail on the Return Of The Jedi 77 back card.

Comments: Before he was known as Darth Sidious, our boy went by simply The Emperor. What many people don’t realize though, is that this guy, who was once a simple senator known as Palpatine, had his motivations clearly spelled out to the [soon-to-be] Star Wars Generation before any of the films were even released. As a matter of fact, Sci-Fi fans who picked up the Star Wars: From The Adventures Of Luke Skywalker novel ‘written’ by George Lucas in 1976, were privy to the underlining plot of The Phantom Menace months before A New Hope was released. The book had a small prologue called The Journal Of The Whills, which for the most part is all about pug ugly here. Facts are kooky.

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, The Emperor action figure was produced using at least two different sculpts. Though quite similar, the two versions are nonetheless unique. The first version was moulded in slightly darker plastic and sports soft details on sculpt of the robes, yet has a much sharper detail in the sculpt’s hands. The second version, which has thus far only been found moulded in a slightly lighter gray plastic, has a more finely detailed robe, but the hands lack most of the definition found in the other version. This version can easily be spotted by its smaller date stamp. Neither version has a COO*. There is little indication that one is rarer than the other.

The Lili Ledy version of this figure was shipped with a black version of Chief Chirpa’s staff instead of its trademark cane.

*COO is the commonly used term for ‘Country Of Origin’, which refers to the stamp usually spotted on a figure’s leg that states which country it was manufactured in. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtEmperor.asp





Couple of pics of the regular carded Emperor.  Yellowing of the bubble to about 60% as described when I bought it, but besides that, the card is really in excellent shape.  The card is not even punched at the top.  Can't wait to AFA these group of figures I bought.   Two pics here.. one with the flash for better look at figure, one without to see the card better.





Here is the Luke... couple minor things wrong with it, but nothing to wrong at all for what I'm looking for in a grading.  But this is a harder to find Tri Logo...


Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1983
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Power of the Force
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 70650
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Palace Blaster (gray or brown)
Lightsaber (green or blue)
Jedi Cloak (with or without snap)

Point of Interest:
  This figure first appeared on the Return Of The Jedi 65 back card.

Comments: Hands down, the vintage Luke Skywalker (Jedi Knight Outfit) action figure had it going on. Not only was the sculpt dead on, the contemporaneous Jedi came with not one, not two, but three stupid-cool accessories, thus making it the quintessential Luke Skywalker figure in the vintage line.

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Luke Skywalker (Jedi Knight Outfit) action figure is loaded with virtually every type of major variation imaginable. Not only was it produced with noticeably different sculpts; it was also available with countless accessory variations/ combinations, making it one extraordinary example for a collector with a necessity for variations to focus on.

Body Sculpts:
There were two main body sculpts used in the production of this figure, each seemingly originating from different countries, though not proven to be exclusively so, that at a quick glance look identical. Nonetheless, each has its own characteristics that separate them form one another.

One version, produced in [originally] Hong Kong, is a touch shorter and sports a slightly more defined sculpt. It is easiest to spot by the shirt (under the Jedi tunic), which sports two protruding horizontal lines to make the front part that is later flipped down in the film. The second sculpt [originally] produced in Taiwan, is noticeably taller when standing beside the first version, and sports a single line on the shirt where the other has two.

Head Mouldings:
This figure was produced with heads moulded in flesh-toned plastic with painted hair as well as heads moulded in light brown (the hair colour) with the face painted on. Since this was one of the many figures produced with the removable style head that Kenner favoured using in most post Star Wars figures, it is absolutely impossible to say that either version of the head was produced exclusively for one body type. Though quantities may vary from one region to the next, it is popular belief that the flesh-tone moulded head is the rarer of the two.

Lightsaber:
Earlier versions of this figure were produced with Blue Lightsabers, but Kenner was quick to correct the colour (and inadvertently create the only vintage Luke figure with the right blade colour). The Green Lightsaber was packed in with every card back variation after its insertion on the later Return Of The Jedi 65 back cards. Though not shown, there are three known Lightsaber sculpts. Two of them were released domestically, but the third has only shown up with Lili Ledy figures. Click here to see a comparison of all three sculpts. To date there has been no documentation of the blue Lili Ledy version being released in blue.

It is extremely important to keep in mind the vast quantities of reproduction Lightsabers. In the photo comparison of the authentic and repro Lightsabers, examine the portion where the hilt meets the blade. Kenner has never produced this style of Lightsaber (in any colour) with this portion rounded as found in almost all known reproductions.

Palace Blaster:
Though the vast majority of this accessory was moulded in gray plastic, there were many produced in brown/ gray plastic. It is commonly accepted that the latter version was available primarily in Europe.

Cape:
The cape was produced both with and without a snap. It is popularly believed that the version with the snap was the first produced, and likely due to cost restraints was replaced with the sewn-shut version. Though both versions were available with the earlier produced Blue Lightsaber, very few carded figures with the Green Lightsaber have been documented with the Snap Cape.

Because of all of these different components, it is possible that there were over twenty versions available... and these are only the major variations. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtLukejedi.asp





Here are the small flaws.  You can see it with some small veins next to Lukes face on the card.  As well as a price sticker rip on the top.  Bubble is clear though, and 100% intact (all the bubbles in my pics are completely intact 100%!)  Anyhoo...





Here are the backs of both cards as well.  Notice that the Tri Logo card, has two figures blacked out, and no bar code in the back.



And here is my Tri Logo Emperor in great NM quality.  Only one thing wrong, and that's a small, tiny tiny tear on the bottom of the card... and that is all!  Card is NOT punched, and the bubble is almost completely undamaged.  Apparently tri logo bubbles most always dent do to crappy plastic, but this one is about 95% dent free.













scored an incredibly NM Stormtrooper... i can't wait to AFA these..  only thing wrong with this one, is a little yellowing on the blister/bubble, and a little bend to the card, yet the bend has created no veins... so i'll take that!   it will straighten out in an AFA case!


Figure
The vintage Stormtrooper is the exact polar opposite of the modern figure. Even though it is actually quite accurate to the film version, it is completely void of any form of action posing points of articulation save for the hips and shoulders. On a positive note, with his moulded head, he had no choice but to stay on target… as long as he was facing it directly.

This figure made its first carded appearance on the Star Wars 12 back card in 1978 and carried through on every card back right up and including 1985’s The Power Of The Force assortment, at which time it was renamed 'Imperial Stormtrooper'.

Year: 1978
Original Retail: $1.99
Assortment #: 38240

All vintage figures have minor variations, but the Stormtrooper has one major variation that is exceptionally hard to come. The Japanese Takara version, while similar in its stance, is an entirely different sculpt. It is easiest to spot by looking at the head and wider hipped legs. Also of interest with the Takara version, is the bolt on the figure's back, not unlike any See-Threepio (C-3PO) or Death Star Droid figures. http://www.rebelscum.com/Kenner-F-Stormtrooper.asp











new figure came in today, and so did my cases... so here we go.

new figure... Royal Guard.    a little tear on the back, and a couple creases here and there, overall really good condition once again!


Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1983
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 70680
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Force Pike
Outer Cloak
Inner Cloak

Point of Interest:
  This figure first appeared on the Return Of The Jedi 65 back card.

Comments: The vintage Emperor's Royal Guard is the textbook example on how to make a figure of this character. Considering how well conceived this figure was, it is mind boggling to think how wrong the two modern remakes truly are. There is little doubt that if the Saga line offered an exact reproduction of this figure, it would be hotter than Georgia asphalt!

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Emperor's Royal Guard has no major variations.

Do not Do This At Home:
It is important to note that for the images used to show the Royal Guard without the cloaks, a figure had to be permanently affected. Even though they were taken off without any noticeable damage, they are not meant to be removed and could destroy an otherwise perfect figure. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtERG.asp









and then here is some of the Vintage Wall... only the vintage carded figures going up on this side...







56K warning...


Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1984
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 71320
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Pruneface Rifle
Pruneface Cloak

Point of Interest:

  This figure first appeared on the Return Of The Jedi 77 back card in the United States, but can also be found on the Emperor offer Canadian Return Of The Jedi 65 Back card.

Comments:
Generally speaking, vintage collectors disregard virtually everything the Expanded Universe has offered to the Star Wars community. Even though they still call him Pruneface instead of ...Orrimaarko..., all have to agree that the EU did answer the age old question that overshadows all others in the vintage community: ...Who’s this guy???... With it’s rather ambiguous card back photo, most collectors thought the figure was based on one of the myriad characters from Jabba’s Palace who got a millisecond of screen time in Return Of The Jedi. As it turns out, he ended up being a rebel dude from the second act... who only got a millisecond of screen time in Return Of The Jedi.

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Pruneface action figure has no major variations. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtPruneface.asp












Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1984
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 71190
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Skiff Guard Battle Staff

Point of Interest:
  Originally available in the 1983 Jabba the Hutt Dungeon playset, this figure first appeared carded on the Return Of The Jedi 77 back card in the United States, but can also be found on the Emperor offer Canadian Return Of The Jedi 65 Back card.

Comments: Despite how simplistic the vintage Nikto figure appears to be, it is one of the most faithful sculpts to be found in the Kenner line. As a matter of fact, save the yellow lines that were on the character’s pants, this figure proves that the people at Kenner were not only very concerned with making top quality toys that best represented the film, they wanted to make toys worthy of the children that they made the toys for. There is little doubt that Kenner ‘really did care’ about more than the bottom line and it showed.

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Nikto action figure has no documented major variations. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtNikto.asp












Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1983
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 70780
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Rebel Battle Staff
Point of Interest:
  This figure first appeared on the Return Of The Jedi 65 back card.

Comments: Ironic story about our good General Madine… When Return Of The Jedi was being filmed, this character played a large part in the space battle over the forest moon of Endor. Unfortunately for Kenner, that portion of the story, for whatever reason, found its way to the cutting room floor well after the toymakers began production on the figure; creating one heck of a peg warmer. Ironically, Hasbro kept that in mind and stayed far away from the bearded rebel leader in the spiffy gray uniform, and every collector of the modern line wants him…

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the General Madine figure has a few interesting variations:

Head Moulds and Sray ops
Madine was produce with heads moulded in both gray and flesh coloured plastics. As such, there are two distinctly different spray ops to be found. The gray Moulded head had ‘flesh” coloured paint applied to the face, where the Flesh Coloured head had spray ops applied to the hair and beard. There is also a colour variation on the Flesh Moulded heads. Where most figures with this head sported gray spray ops, some were produced with green paint. Since this was one of the many figures produced with the removable style head that Kenner favoured using in most post Star Wars figures, it is virtually impossible to say than any of these variations were exclusive to any country or body variation.

Limb Moulding Variations
Where as the mast majority of limbs produced for this figure were moulded in gray, there are some that were moulded in black. Therefore different spray ops were applied to keep with the figure’s intended design. To date all known examples of the Black moulded limbs figure originate from Taiwan, though it is possible that this version could also have been produced elsewhere as well. So far there are no known examples with a mixture of gray and black moulded limbs, but it should not be ruled out that such a thing could exist. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtMadine.asp












Source:  (Return of the Jedi)
Date Stamp: 1983
Release Date: 1983
Carded Availability:
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 70760
Retail: $2.99
Weapons and Accessories:
Skiff Guard Vibro Axe

Point of Interest:
  This figure first appeared on the Return Of The Jedi 65 back card.

Comments: In Kenner’s vintage Star Wars line, the Weequay action figure was in a daring action pose. In fact, this figure was the most extreme example of action posed figures back in the day, and you know what? He could still fit in every vehicle included in the entire 3 3/4 collection! Crazy that.

Major Variations:
Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Weequay action figure has no major variations. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtWeequay.asp













one of my favorite figures growing up.. was able to get one for a good price, in a good condition.   this is my oldest one now that i have on card, the rest are Return of the Jedi, this is Empire Strikes Back, and it's on a 41 Card.. meaning 41 action figures on the back.


Source:  (The Empire Strikes Back)
Date Stamp: 1980
Carded Availability:
  The Empire Strikes Back
  Return of the Jedi
  Tri-Logo
Assortment No. : 39790
Retail: $2.49
Weapons and Accessories:
Smuggler Blaster

Point of Interest:
  Originally this figure was named Han Solo (Hoth Outfit) on The Empire Strikes Back card back, only to be changed on the Return Of The Jedi card back to Han Solo (Hoth Battle Gear), and remained so on the Tri-logo card as well.

Comments: Have you ever noticed that the word ‘outfit’ doesn’t really sound all together manly? A fine example is the original name on The Empire Strikes Back card back for the Han Solo (Hoth Outfit) action figure. Though you can count on the fact that the name didn’t actually affect sales, Kenner must have realized the power of a name when they renamed it ‘Han Solo (Hoth Battle Gear)’ on the Return Of The Jedi card backs. Either way, the figure’s (sort of) working holster made this version of the scoundrel very cool… even if we all wish to disregard the ‘outfit’ thing completely…

Major Variations: Though all vintage figures have minor variations, the Han solo (Hoth Outfit) action figure is riddled in paint variations, has a few minor sculpt variations, as well as one fairly significant, but at this point, seemingly very rare major mould variation.

Unlike all the countless leg colour variations on this figure, a version with legs moulded in tan plastic with the blue of the jacket painted on has surfaced.

This is a major discovery, that though speculated for about a year, which was only recently documented. Though there is little doubt that many more will surface, at this time there are only two documented examples.

Discovery of the Moulded Legs Han solo (Hoth Outfit) came, unexpectedly and -despite extensive research- completely by chance, after the acquisition of this odd error figure (pictured above) which sports both a moulded and a painted leg. This error serves as the perfect comparison of both the versions, much to the benefit of the vintage Star Wars collecting community. However, finding the Moulded Legs figure based solely on jpg images is a nearly impracticable task, due to the similar tone it shares with a few of the painted variations.

Even though it is certain more than the two figures currently documented exist, without any carded examples found it is impossible to say when this version was produced and for how long. Therefore, it is at this time impossible to state how rare this version is. http://www.rebelscum.com/VINtHanhoth.asp







Nice and straight.. no curves or bends...



Only damage is the price tag tear, and a bit of a red mark.. i couldn't care less though.. not ever selling this one any time soon.



The back.. love the blue back.   Different looking from the RotJ backs.











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post of my other figures have been updated, like the way i made this one.  i've added some pretty cool information on each figure from a site that's into this stuff.   

anyways.. my crown jewel right here.   it's more rare because it was made in Taiwan, and most of them are made in hong kong.   it's a 20 back, b card, which you can find in the second post of this thread the info on that.. but the B card being from Taiwan is really rare.    this is the second line to come out, very old school, and this thing is in good condition for it's age.    i give you my vintage star wars Chewbacca 20 Back, B card.


Figure
You may not know it by looking at the vintage Kenner Chewbacca, but this bad boy has ripped the arms off of many a figure in his thirty-three year reign of supremacy. Unlike the modern line, today’s addition to the Kenner Photo Archive was only available like this. Back in the day, collectors had to use their imaginations to set Old Chewie on a mynock hunt or have him track Probe Droids with his pal on the icy plains of Hoth.

This figure was included in the Early Bird Set, but made its first carded appearance on the Star Wars 12 back card.

During the Return Of The Jedi 65 back releases, the image on this figure's card was replaced with a shot from ROTJ. Though known examples indicate that the switch took place during the 65C production run, It is possible that earlier examples could exist. The original photo made its last appearance on the Return Of The Jedi 65C back. Note that the distinction of 65D and 65E cards is the Anakin figure offer stickers, the 65C was the last printed 65 back variation. The new image was used on all other cards after including The Power Of The Force and Tri-Logo cards.

Year: 1978
Original Retail: $1.99
Assortment #: 38210

Though all vintage figures have minor variations, Chewbacca has no major variations. There is often talk of a green-limbed version of this figure, but it is popular belief that it is discoloring due to plastic deterioration.

One of the minor variations that is interesting enough to note is the version with the iridescent green/brown pouch (pictured above). There are only a few specimens documented, but that cannot, and should not, conclude the rarity of this variation.

There are a few variations in the colour of Chewbacca's weapon. One is very obvious, but the other two are near impossible to spot without holding it in front of light. The tough variation to spot was an early version moulded in dark green plastic. It was swapped out during the 12 Back production run with a new version moulded in dark blue/black plastic. The green version is commonly considered to have come only with the Early Bird Set figure, but it has never been proven to be exclusive to the set. The easy to spot variation was moulded in a lighter blue, not unlike many of the weapons included in the 30 Back debut figures. This version of Chewie’s Bowcaster is pretty tough to find, and while its believed to have been produced during the initial run of figures from The Empire Strikes Back it hasn’t been documented as such.http://www.rebelscum.com/Kenner-F-Chewbacca.asp









Couple little problems with it... here's a little price tag mark... followed by a little corner bend.





and then the back.. only 20 figures on the back!







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Damn.. just going over this thread again.. it took me a long ass night to make those first to post.   Awesome shit.. I want to add to this collection.   Originals are going to go up big when the new movies come out.

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some guy is selling a 12" C3PO from 1979 for $20 on CL, wonder if its worth it?
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if it's in the box.. i think that's a great deal.    here's a quick ebay search.  http://www.ebay.com/bhp/star-wars-12-inch-c3po

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if it's in the box.. i think that's a great deal.    here's a quick ebay search.  http://www.ebay.com/bhp/star-wars-12-inch-c3po

i just checked, the guy must of sold it. it's not listed anymore. just like the SW laser disk that was only up for a few hours.
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I need some new figures!   New movies coming soon.. anyone else got some oldies carded still?

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Re: Vintage Star Wars Action Figures MOC Info. And pictures of your collection.
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