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EAN-130733966066680   EAN-13 barcode 0733966066680
UPC-A733966066680   UPC-A barcode 733966066680
Product NameVandor Star Wars Episode 4 Large Tin Tote, 7 By 9 By 3-1/2-Inch, Black
LanguageEnglish
CategoryCleaning Supplies / Equipment
Short DescriptionHeight:7.5 inches / Length:9 inches / Weight:0.82 pounds / Width:3.5 inches
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B007COUJNA
SKUVDR-99270-C
Price New8.32 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Price Used14.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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THE ART:

This striking artwork for Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope by British artist Tom Chantrell became an instant hit with fans when it made the scene in late 1977. Chantrell was known for using family and friends to pose for his movie posters. His wife Shirley held a plastic sword in their back yard to pose for Princess Leia in this original Star Wars movie poster art.

Original Movie Poster

WHAT'S HOT?

Tin Totes are hot, hot, hot! For everyday use or as a collector item, these sturdy boxes have great storage space and fan favorite designs.

See our line of Large Tin Totes

OUR PROMISE OF QUALITY:

In the world of licensed merchandise quality is every bit as important as price. Vandor can provide both with thousands of great items that speak to fans of all ages.

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