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Star Wars Replica Props

Star Wars fans rejoice! Lucasfilm and Disney have presented their own line of official replicas of some of the franchise’s most iconic props. The collection was created by the Proshop at Pinewood Studios in the UK, the same place where all the iconic weaponry, masks, helmets and armory that you see in Star Wars: The Force Awakens were manufactured. The amazingly detailed pieces are unprecedented in their accuracy, and currently include impressively accurate replica of iconic pieces such as Darth Vader’s damaged helmet, a Stormtrooper helmet, Kylo Rens helmet, and Chewbacca´s Bowcaster to name a few. Check out the manufacturing process in the video below.



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