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    Christopher Lee "Count Dooku" production made static lightsaber from Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones. (TCF, 2002) Production made lightsaber measuring 10.25 in. and crafted of resin expertly painted and polished to appear like metal, with stylized 3-in. hook-like protrusion on the "blade" end with rubber grip mid-shaft. This hilt does not feature a threaded rod for fighting sequences and was intended to be a static non-fighting lightsaber. This piece was never completed by the production as evidenced by the lack of red fitment in groove near the butt of the hilt, protruding buttons in small circular recesses, and rubber grip never installed in remaining designated areas. Exhibiting repair to the 3 in. metal tip. A beautiful display piece with acrylic stand.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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