Simmons Auction House

Warren, New Jersey 07059

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Online Auction House located in Central, NJ. We curate amazing vintage and unique collections from all over the US and offer them through online auctions each month. We also work with estates, consignments and personal collectors

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    Star Wars Rare Toys Auction to Include Boba Fett and Obi-Wan Kenobi Figures

    An original Star Wars Yoda card with a 3.75-inch toy. Image courtesy of Simmons Auction House. “May the Force be with you” — a famous catchphrase recognized even by those who are not fans of the movie that conceived it. That’s the kind of popularity the Star Wars universe has earned for itself. Few others enjoy the same reach as the Star Wars franchise. With gripping storylines, memorable characters, and valuable merchandising, the Star Wars universe has acquired a fandom that crosses generations and a vast demographic range. Noticing the franchise’s massive potential, Disney purchased Star Wars from Lucasfilm Ltd. for a whopping USD 4.05 billion in 2012. Disney’s marketing plans and extensive merchandising helped expand the franchise to the fullest. After the release of 12 movies since the first film in 1978, Star Wars has generated more than $10 billion in box office revenue, not to mention the billions that franchise deals and merchandise rake in every year. In its upcoming event, Simmons Auction House will present an online sale of Star Wars toys and original action figures. The catalog features a few graded and some rare pieces from the period of 1977 to 1985. From Yoda, Luke Skywalker, and Darth Vader to human bounty hunter Boba Fett, Ewok, and stormtroopers, the collection comprises a variety of Star Wars character toys and figurines. A Boba Fett 3.75-inch toy featuring Mandalorian armor and gun. Image courtesy of Simmons Auction House. Even though Boba Fett’s appearance in the original films was rare, this Star Wars character gained considerable popularity in the collector’s market before his live-action debut in Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. A Boba Fett 3.75-inch toy is available in the upcoming Simmons Auction House event. Armored with a Mandalorian suit and gun, the figure has an estimate of $5 to $1,000. A Boba Fett action figure set the world auction record for Star Wars toys in 2019. Hake’s Auctions sold the Boba Fett J-slot rocket-firing prototype for $185,850 during an online sale. An Obi-Wan Kenobi 3.75-inch toy. Image courtesy of Simmons Auction House. Another iconic character from the…