Star Wars Kenner Vintage Collection Slave I
  • Star Wars Kenner Vintage Collection Slave I


    Slave I released in 1980 to support The Empire Strikes Back.

    Boba Fett’s Spaceship features removable side panel to position Boba Fett for take-off in his remotely operated, clicking pilot seat. Wings automatically rotate between landing gear and flight positions. Push the cruise button to hold wings in position and maintain flight pattern. Relive Boba Fett’s taking the frozen Han Solo to Jabba the Hut.

    Contents: One spaceship with gravity operated wings and removable side, clicking cannons, opening rear ramp, movable seal and simulated frozen Han Solo in carbonite.
  • Year: 1980

    Retail: $17.99 Series: Kenner Vintage Collection Group: Empire Strikes Back Vehicles and Playsets
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RetailerPriceDiffLowest Found
ebay Sold AuctionsAvg: $1,675.00+$1,657.01 (+9211%)$1,600.00
ebay Buy It NowAvg: $1,748.31+$1,730.32 (+9618%)$1,599.99
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The average price based upon the last 2 sold auctions is: $1,675.00

[High: $1,750.00/Low: $1,600.00]. The average Buy It Now price is $1,748.31 based upon 3 filtered active auctions out of 9 which includes AFA graded auctions.

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This Slave I toy was added on April 2021 and originally released in 1980 with a retail price of $17.99. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the Kenner Vintage Collection series. With an average selling price of $1,675.00, this toy is highly collectible as it's selling for 93x over its retail price. Quite a few (61) of these toys are in user collections so it does seem to be somewhat popular. AFA auctions are considered in determining the value of this item, potentially leading to a greater variance in the price range.

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