COUNT DOOKU LIGHTSABER
(.45 Scale Replica)

Source:
(A New Hope)

Year: 2004

Assortment: Scaled Replica

Retail: $35.00

Part Number: SW-307

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Individual Display Stand
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Variation: Gold plated version randomly-packed.

    Availabilty: Order Directly from Master Replicas here.

    Details:

  • Second of three .45 scale lightsabers in the Sith Collection. Every detail of this scaled replica is consistent with the quality and authenticity you expect from Master Replicas.

  • This .45 scale version of the Master Replicas Limited Edition lightsaber replica of the prop seen in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones measures approximately 5.9 long x 8" high x 1.25 in diameter.

  • Constructed of the same high quality materials as our Limited Edition replicas - machined aluminum and injection molded plastic - each detail is exactly 45% of the original size.

  • Comes in a collectible quality presentation box with the prop story imprinted on the inside cover, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Individual display stand made of black injection molded plastic with clear supports for the replica. The top of the matte textured base is accented with a gold Star Wars logo and the name of the character.

  • Comments: Now you can hold the Force in the palm of your hand with the new Star Wars Scaled Replicas. Crafted from durable machined and die-cast metals, the Count Dooku Scaled Replicas is officially authorized by Lucasfilm Ltd. Start your collection with the Count Dooku, or get the entire second series of Star Wars Scaled Replicas, which also includes the Darth Vader and Darth Maul lightsabers. Collect them all and relive the adventure.



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