Loose Star Wars Vintage figures - Original Vintage Goodie´s

Complete guide of vintage Star Wars figures

If you know the looks of a certain Star Wars figure but can´t remember it´s name, then this complete guide to vintage Star Wars collecting is a must for you. There are a total of 96 different Star Wars figures throughout the whole line if you bring in the very rare Blue Snaggletooth and the Max Rebo Band. Use this complete list to start of your collection of loose vintage Star Wars figures. If you´re a long time collector and in the search for different variant´s, this guide isn´t for you. Instead you should head over to the Star Wars Variant Guide.


A New Hope

The first original 21 Star Wars figures that appeared in the episode IV, A New Hope. These figures were released between 1977 to 1978, whereas the first twelve figures of the line were produced in 1977 and the remaning 8 in 1978. Today, the first 12 vintage figures are considered to be the true vintage originals, and those who will increase the most in value over time, especially now that the new movie The Force Awakens Episode VII has hit the theaters. You´re aim should be to collect these vintage Star Wars figures in mint condition. The first twelve figures are also called 12 back if they´re still sealed in its original packaging, also called MOC - Mint on card. Teleport yourself over to the First 12 figures and have a look at what´s in stock right now.


Luke Skywalker Farmboy
Darth Vader
Princess Leia Organa
Ben Obi Wan Kenobi
Han Solo
Chewbacca
C-3PO
R2-D2 Solid Dome
Stormtrooper
Jawa
Sand People / Tusken Raider
Death Star Commander / Star Destroyer Commander
Greedo
Hammerhead
Snaggletooth
Walrus Man
R5-D4 - Arfive-Defour
Death Star Droid
Luke Skywalker X Wing Pilot
Power Droid


The Empire Strikes Back

A total of thirty figures were produced between 1979 and 1982 in line with the movie Episode V - Empire Strikes back. In this series of figures you´ll find vintage goodie`s like Boba Fett, Yoda, Lando Calrissian and of course, the Slave 1.


Boba Fett - Bounty Hunter
Bossk - Bounty Hunter
FX-7 Medical Droid
Han Solo in Hoth Outfit
IG-88 - Bounty Hunter
Imperial Stormtrooper in Hoth Battle Gear
Lando Calrissian
Luke Skywalker Bespin Fatigues
Rebel Soldier in Hoth Battle Gear
Leia Organa in Bespin Gown
Yoda - The Jedi Master
Dengar - Bounty Hunter
Han Solo in Bespin Outfit
Lobot
Ugnaught
AT-AT Driver
Leia Organa in Hoth Outfit
Imperial Commander
Rebel Commander
2-1B - Two Onebee Droid
AT-AT Commander - General Veers
Luke Skywalker in Hoth Battle Gear
R2-D2 With Sensorscope
Bespin Security Guard
Bespin Security Guard 2
Cloud Car Pilot - Twin Pod
4-LOOM - Bounty Hunter
C-3PO With Removable Limbs
TIE Fighter Pilot
Zuckuss - Bounty Hunter


Return Of The Jedi

Also shortened as ROTJ, was the seventh and final film in the Star Wars Trilogy. Between 1983 and 1985, a total of 49 3.75 inch figures were produced. Out of these 49, 17 were produced and released as a seperate line called Power Of The Force, which is also being delt with below.


Admiral Ackbar
Lando Calrissian in Skiff Guard Disguise
Nien Numb
Bib Fortuna
Chief Chirpa
Emperor´s Royal Guard
Gamorrean Guard
General Madine
Klaatu
Logray - Ewok Medicine Man
Luke Skywalker in Jedi Knight Outfit
Leia Organa in Boushh Disguise
Rebel Commando
Ree Yees
Squid Head
8D8 Droid
Klaatu in Skiff Guard Outfit
Nikto
The Emperor
AT-ST Driver
B Wing Pilot
Weequay
Han Solo in Trench Coat
Leia Organa in Combat Poncho
Pruneface
Rancor Keeper
Teebo
Wicket W Warrick


Power Of The Force

These figures appeared in the third and final film, but at that point during it´s release, these now-rare last 17 figures of the vintage Star Wars toyline wasn´t ment to be released at all. But, due to all the success in selling these action figures during the Star Wars era, Kenner decided to produce an additonal line of figures in hopes of cashing in some extra while surfing the on-going hype. Unfortunately, the hype was already on it´s way down which naturally resulted in bad sales. A lot of the figures were brought back and scrapped, so a relatively small amount of the Last 17 line made it into the homes of Star Wars fanatics. This is the reason why the majority of the POTF line are so expensive, especially the rare Yak Face figure that wasn´t released in the states at all.


Paploo
Lumat
R2-D2 With Pop Up Lightsaber
A Wing Pilot
Han Solo in Carbonite Chamber
Imperial Dignitary
Imperial Gunner
Luke Skywalker in Stormtrooper Outfit
Anakin Skywalker
Amanaman
Barada
EV-9D9 Droid
Lando Calrissian as General Pilot
Romba
Warok
Yak Face


MISC & Rare figures

In this category you find the figures and monsters that does not count as one in a complete collection of 96.


Blue Snaggletooth
Sy Snootles & The Max Rebo Band
Jabba The Hut
Rancor Monster
Dewbac
Taun Taun