SANDTROOPER Star Wars A New Hope
The VC14 Sandtrooper was the sole Original Trilogy figure in the second wave of Hasbro's 2010 The Vintage Collection, but that isn't its only notable fact, as this is the first Sandtrooper to ever be packaged on a black and silver classic Kenner card. The figure itself is a repack of the 2009 Walmart exclusive The Legacy Collection Dewback with Imperial Sandtrooper. This time out, the figure includes a BlasTech T-21 Rifle.

The second wave of The Vintage Collection was revealed at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con. With the exception of a single Star Wars (A New Hope) figure that we've always wanted on a Kenner card, this assortment mainly focused on the characters from Revenge Of The Sith, marking the first time anything other than the Original Trilogy was represented on a Kenner Vintage card. The Assortment included Darth Sidious in his brown robes, Darth Vader as he appeared on Mustafar, Sandtrooper with a white Sergeant pauldron, the clean Phase II Clone Trooper, repacked Obi-Wan Kenobi, General Grievous with soft goods cloak, the definitive Magnaguard and the (yawn) repainted Clone Commander Cody. Wave two began shipping in September 2010.

All eight figures in this wave was available on both regular and foil cards.
U.S. Product Packaging
North American Tri-Logo Product Packaging
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Hasbro
Year: 2010
Original Retail: $9.99
Assortment Number: 20832/97568
Placement Number: VC14
UPC Number: 6 53569 51613 2
What's In The Box?
  • Sandtrooper Figure
  • BlasTech RT-97C Rifle
  • BlasTech T-21Rifle
  • Backpack
  • White Sergeant Shoulder Pauldron
U.S. Card Variations
  • There are five card back variations for the regular edition U.S. VC14 Sandtrooper. The code below works like this: F = Card Front, B = Card Back, FS = Card Front Sticker, BS = Card Back Sticker, DS = Date Stamp
  • F1.2 B1.3 FS1.2 BS(N/A) DS01791 - "Original figures in packaging from 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, and 2000's illustrated here are not available." text on cardback. Rocket firing Boba Fett mail-away offer sticker (missing from the card front in the photo, purchased as an error), faded Sandtrooper photo on card front.
  • 2.2 B1.3 FS1.2 BS(N/A) DS02631 - Corrected vibrant color Sandtrooper photo on card front.
  • F2.2 B1.3 FS2.2 BS(N/A) DS02701 - Boba Fett offer sticker updated to include text: " shipping and handling."
  • F2.2 B2.3 FS(N/A) BS1.1 DS02941 - Pictures of loose figures shifted to left-side of their respective cardback photos, photos of loose figures updated to VC cardbacks, bar code sticker on back of card displaying new asst. number: 53569-54573.
  • F2.2 B3.3 FS(N/A) BS(N/A) DS10411 - "Collect these awesome characters! (Each sold separately.)" added to cardback, new asst. number now printed.
  • Released simultaneously, Hasbro produced special foil version for each figure in this wave of The Vintage Collection action figures. As with all the foil cards in the first wave, all of the wave two foil cards were short packed and boasted much smaller print runs. The Foil to Regular production ratio was roughly one to every ten. This short-lived premium chase packaging ended with this assortment.
North American Tri-Logo Card Variations
  • There were three versions of the regular edition VC14 Sandtrooper figure sold in Canada.
  • The first didn't have a Boba Fett send away sticker of pamphlet.
  • The second version had the Boba Fett send away pamphlet in the blister, but the starburst sticker.
  • The third version had both the Boba Fett send away sticker of pamphlet.
  • The Boba Fett typo was fixed before this wave shipped, and to date there are no verified examples of the error sticker on any of the wave 2 figures.
  • All eight figures in the second wave of The Vintage Collectionhad a chase foil card produced and released.
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Photography by Rich Alot

Additional Photography by Suzan Lund and D. Martin Myatt

Text by D. Martin Myatt

U.S. Card Variations Catalogued by Vince Zannelli

Canadian Card Variations Catalogued by Scott McDonald

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