"Flametrooper" Helmet from Star Wars: Episod...
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Description"Flametrooper" Helmet from Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (TCF, 1980). A new design of Stormtroopers, the "Flametrooper" was introduced in in the seventh installment of the classic Star Wars franchise, and although scenes were filmed with the troopers, they were cut on the editing floor, but can still be seen in the films deleted scenes available on Blu-Ray. This helmet features a cast fiberglass shell expertly painted white with black detailing and 2-silver-painted port slit lens for eyes. Interior is padded with foam for comfort of wearer, with some detached but still present. This piece measures 12 x 11 x 12 and remains in excellent, production made condition. Comes with a COA from Heritage Auctions.
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