SWTOTW, Week 17, 2019, Part 1/2 Jawa

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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 17, 2019, Part 1/2

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Snaketibe wrote:
spoons wrote:Just one or two Jawas to add then Nick :lol:

I missed this one too - here’s a Meccano from a holiday to Brighton a few years ago

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Nice Moc, Andy. Thanks for sharing :-)

I remember back in the early 90's when I first got back into collecting vintage, Meccano Jawa MOCs seemed to be everywhere. I don't remember seeing many other Meccano MOCs, just the Jawa who could be picked up really cheaply. Stupidly though, I didn't buy one as I wasn't really into collecting MOCs or foreign variants at the time :roll:
I was the same, kept passing at the £30 mark and then watched them creep up. I think my one was actually from Toy Toni's stall, which wasn't ideal :oops:
http://www.vintagestarwarsdiecast.co.uk for all your vintage die cast needs
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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 17, 2019, Part 1/2

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Pomse2001 wrote:
Snaketibe wrote:Lots of terrific posts, everyone! I wish every TOTW thread was this well subscribed, but I guess the Jawa is a pretty popular figure :-)

Here's my assortment of the cloaked midget; a vinyl caped version which came from Jim Stevenson in the early nineties, plus a selection of cloak material, stitching colour, and hood shape & size variants, plus a pin-prick eye variant on the right-hand end. The guns are a mix of nippled and no nippled versions. Sadly, I have no MOC to offer, but I do have a decent cardback to share:

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another amazing collection from you :D I love the variants, the vinyl cape jawa looks amazing and also that palitoy cardback, amazing.

I agree wish every TOTW thread was this well subscribed :wink:
Thanks :-)
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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 17, 2019, Part 1/2

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StarWarsFan wrote:My Jawa army
Amazing jawa army, are all 3 vinyl capes original ? :shock:
Hi mate thanks, no I wish, one is though
My feedback:
http://www.starwarsforum.co.uk/viewtopi ... 22&t=26702

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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 17, 2019, Part 1/2

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coomber75 wrote:So I've failed miserably normally to being able to add to these... But this week I can post some pics!!
This little fella got me back in to collecting when I found my old childhood VCJ.... Where... Yep you guessed it... In the loft.. True story :lol:
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But only recently started a bit of a focus
Wow fantastic army of jawas, how many do you have ? :shock: I also like the moc 8)
i think i topped out at 50 :lol:
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Re: Star Wars Toy of the Week, Week 17, 2019, Part 1/2

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StarWarsFan wrote:
Pomse2001 wrote:
StarWarsFan wrote:My Jawa army
Amazing jawa army, are all 3 vinyl capes original ? :shock:
Hi mate thanks, no I wish, one is though
ok, thanks. They still look great :D which one is the original on the picture ? :D
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