"It couldn’t have been a better way to graduate."
It is being sold off by Star Wars fans who need the space in their garage for their car.
The tiny Boba Fett figurine was originally released in 2003 as part of an expensive box set.
Han Solo’s blaster was previously considered missing and presumed lost forever.
The owner had no idea of its potential value and the item of clothing remained in her wardrobe for more than 40 years.
By Lauren Beavis via SWNS The estate of Star Wars 'Boba Fett' actor Jeremy Bulloch - including his own life-size toy and unseen Ewok footage -...
May the bids be with you.
You don't know the power of Vader's Scottish side!
"You wouldn't want to over shoot that roundabout, you might get obliterated by the super laser."
This is the way he creates amazing photos using Legos.