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    Hero Ray Park "Darth Maul" dueling lightsaber from Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace. (TCF, 1999) This style saber was used during fight scenes and can most noticeably be seen in the films intense final fight between "Darth Maul", "Qui-Gon Jinn" (Liam Neeson) and "Obi-Wan Kenobi" (Ewan McGregor). The main body of this piece is cast in resin with a long section of "all thread" running through it and protruding from each end. The "all thread" was used to attach hollow metal rods for the actors to use to fight with on set. Each end cap of the Saber is machined from aluminum to help balance the saber for when the actor spins it around on set. The main body is painted a metallic silver with black line-detailing and 3-black rubber details as well. The four red "buttons" on the main body were removed and painted at the request of actor Ray Park who stated it helped him with wielding and twirling the saber during fights. This piece exhibits a few minor scuffs and production wear to paint. Measures 27 in. long (including threaded sections; hilt measures 21 in.) In very good condition.

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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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