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This Jawa toy was added on January 2019 and originally released in 1977 with a retail price of $1.99. This action figure is part of the Star Wars genre within the Kenner Vintage Collection series and included in Wave 1. It can be found online by using the following codes: UPC: 38270, and on eBay (#ad). With an average selling price of $812.57, this toy is highly collectible as it's selling for 408x over its retail price and is trending down. Not surpringly, this toy ranks in the Top20 within it's stats category for the Kenner Vintage Collection category. Hundreds of collectors have this toy (126) in their user collections, so it does seem to be very popular. Also, there are several variations of this figure. Often variations can be worth more so carefully inspect your toy to see which version you have.
The Star Wars Kenner Vintage Collection Jawa action figure, released in 1977, is a classic piece of Star Wars memorabilia. The Jawa is a small humanoid creature known for its glowing yellow eyes and brown hooded robe, which are accurately depicted in this action figure.
The Jawa action figure comes with a small, removable ion blaster, a weapon commonly used by the Jawas in the Star Wars series and held in the figure's hand.
In the Star Wars universe, Jawas are known as scavengers from the desert planet of Tatooine. They are recognized for their ability to repair and resell discarded or broken machinery. This characteristic is not directly represented in the action figure, but it is a significant part of the Jawa's identity within the Star Wars genre.
One unique feature of the Kenner Vintage Collection Jawa action figure is a rare variant in a cloth robe. Unlike many action figures from the same era, which often used molded plastic for all parts of the figure, the rare variant of the Jawa features a robe made from actual fabric.
Another interesting aspect of this action figure is its size. The Jawa figure is smaller than most Star Wars action figures, with R2-D2 being even shorter. This is in line with the Jawa's depiction in the Star Wars films, where they are shown as being significantly shorter than human characters.