Star Wars Collectibles Price Guides
The Star Wars Price Guide Lens
Welcome to the Star Wars Collectibles Price Guide lens. Whether you collect Star Wars action figures, trading cards, or other memorabilia for fun or profit, you'll eventually want to know what many items are worth. These price guides are also often vital to providing a visual checklist of items you may need to acquire to complete a portion of your Star Wars collection.
There are many Star Wars collectibles price guides available on the market today but we couldn't find many websites that attempted to list a majority of them in one place. With that in mind, welcome to the Star Wars Collectibles Price Guide Lens. Since providing values for Star Wars collectibles in a lens format is a daunting and nearly impossible challenge, I aim to do the next best thing: tell you every source I am aware of to find that information!
Star Wars Price Guides
In a galaxy far far away. . .
Star Wars collectors were searching for one single source on the internet listing the Star Wars price guides available. It was a search in vain, until one Star Wars fan dedicated a lens to that very subject.
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A Word About Star Wars Price Guides
I just wanted to take a moment to offer my thoughts on price guides. In the interest of fairness and full disclosure, I wanted to point out price guides are just that, GUIDES.
A price guide is nothing more than an estimate of what research has shown an item could be valued at. Most price guides are nothing more than a subjective opinion of the value of an opinion based on what similar items in similar condition have sold for consistently in the past. I think you can begin to see how subject the entire process is. In addition many printed price guide publications are out of date the minute they hit the sales shelf. Pricing guides are based on the research that was done at or near the time of publication. There are so many variables involved with determining the value of a Star Wars collectible it is near impossible to publish an absolute value on anything.
The bottom line is none of the price guides listed here should be viewed as the be all end all in pricing your Star Wars collectibles. Ultimately they are nothing more than subjective guides to help give you a very general idea of what your Star Wars collectibles may be worth. In the end only the buyer and seller can truly establish the value of any item!
The Star Wars Super Collector's Wish Book - Geoffrey T. Carlton
The Star Wars Super Collector's Wish Book by Geoffrey T. Carlton is an awesome resource that catalogs 50,000 Star Wars collectibles and their realistic values. It contains 16,000 color pictures on over 400 glossy pages and covers over 30 years of Star Wars products! Simply AWESOME!
If you are looking to buy only one price guide for your Star Wars collecting needs, this would be my recommendation. It is simply the most up to date and complete reference for Star Wars collectibles on the market today!
The Star Wars Super Collector's Wish Book by Geoffrey T. Carlton is an unabridged catalog of realistic values for Star Wars collectibles spanning over 30 years! Now in it's fifth edition, this book attempts to list a complete inventory of Star Wars Collectibles and their values. With the aid of this amazing and affordable reference text over 50,000 items can be appraised! It contains around 16,000 photograph throughout 464 glossy color pages. Whether you are a new Star Wars collector or a seasoned veteran, keeping the most current edition of this awesome resource is a MUST.
Gus and Duncan's Comprehensive Guide to Star Wars Collectibles - Duncan Jenkins, Gus Lopez
The publisher describes this text as the largest and most complete guide on Star Wars memorabilia ever assembled. It's no wonder because it covers more than 75,000 Star Wars collectibles and is illustrated with over 36,000 photos! This guide is great for either the beginner Star Wars collector or even the seasoned veteran collector. It has 56 chapters that span every category of Star Wars collectible. Every Star Wars item from 1977 to present is covered with information about the licensee, country, film, and current secondary market price. This book is a hardcover with ribbon bookmark, featuring full-color photographs throughout.
Hardcover: 984 pages
Publisher: Completist Publications; 1st edition (2009)
Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 2 inches
Tomart's Price Guide to Worldwide Star Wars Collectibles - Stephen J. Sansweet, T. N. Tumbusch
Tomart's Price Guide to Worldwide Star Wars Collectibles is the 256 page guide long been considered one of the best Star Wars collectibles price guides available. It's no wonder Lucasfilms gave it it's blessings! Although this book needs to be updated with some of the more recent Star Wars collectibles and their values since 1997..this is still a fantastic resource for the serious Star Wars collector.
- 256 pages
- Black and White photos to aid product descriptions
- Long considered the "Bible" for Star Wars collectibles!
The Official Price Guide to Star Wars Memorabilia - Jeremy Beckett
The Official Price Guide to Star Wars Memorabilia by Jeremy Beckett is a very valuable resource and reference for the serious Star Wars collector. The guide covers the history behind many Star Wars collectibles and memorabilia items. It also covers topics of interest to the Star Wars collector such as bootlegs and counterfeits, production errors, how to safely store and preserve your Star Wars collectibles, how and where to buy, and much more! This book even features a number you can enter in an online database to learn more information about the items listed.
Some collectors criticize this book for not having a useful price guide. While the price guide aspect of the book does fall a little short of its promises (It often doesn't list prices for some categories, sometimes doesn't list the original list price, etc.) the rest of the book makes up for these shortcomings. Definitely a great resource to add to your collection.
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: House of Collectibles (April 12, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 1.2 inches
The Galaxy's Greatest Star Wars Collectibles Price Guide 1999 - Stuart W. Wells
The Galaxy's Greatest Star Wars Collectibles Price Guide 1999 is another very cool price guide and resource for collectors. Although the prices were consistently criticized by collectors for being a little too high back when the book came out, they still give a general idea of the value of most items.
Like many of the older Star Wars collectibles price guides, the real value of this book is in the descriptions of items and their history and other information. I really like this book, and NOT just because the Rancor holding the Star Wars mug on the cover reminds me of myself having my morning coffee!
Paperback: 237 pages
Publisher: Antique Trader Books (July 1998)
Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 8.4 x 0.5 inches
- Covers thousands of Star Wars collectibles produced from 1977 to about 1998
- Features 40 categories of items
- 500 color photos!
The Ultimate Price Guide to Star Wars Collectibles (Collector's Universe) - Chris Gore (Editor)
Another great Star Wars collectibles guide that came to us in the late 1990s!
Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: H&S Media (1999)
Star Wars Collectibles Magazine - Star Wars Collectibles Price Guide Edition
The price guide edition of Star Wars Collectibles Magazine is another great way to get an idea of the value of many Star Wars collectibles.
Publisher: Krause Publications; Issue 1 edition (1999)
A Universe of Star Wars Collectibles - Stuart W. Wells III
Star Wars fans will find more than 600 photos and more than 2,000 detailed listings of Star Wars collectible items from 1976 through 2001, including Episode 1: The Phantom Menace. This guide features photos, pricing, and accurate descriptions for more than 40 categories such as action figures, books, clothing, food collectibles, games, trading cards, vehicles, wall art, statues, comics, coins, and much more!
Paperback: 287 pages
Publisher: kp books; 2nd edition (July 2002)
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.3 x 0.6 inches
More than 2,000 listings of the hottest Star Wars collectibles
More than 600 photographs
Features more than 40 collecting categories
All-new section covering Episode 1: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars Collector's Pocket Companion 2000 - Stuart W., III Wells
- More than 1,000 photographs of the most desired Star Wars collectibles--many in full color.
- Over 2,000 items listed, in more than 40 categories.
- Designed with the active, on-the-go collector in mind.
Paperback: 271 pages
Publisher: Krause Publications; illustrated edition edition (July 2000)
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 4 x 0.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
Star Heroes Collector 2006 Star Wars Action Figure Price Guide - Fantasia Verlag
House of Collectibles Price Guide to Star Wars Collectibles: 4th edition (Official Price Guide to Star Wars Collectibles) - Sue Cornwell
This is an extremely comprehensive guide! The House of Collectibles Price Guide To Star WarsÂ® Collectibles lists more than 3,500 prices that span the classic trilogy: Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi (including those hot promotional items that were emblazoned with the original title, Revenge of the Jedi).
Paperback: 248 pages
Publisher: House of Collectibles; 4th edition (June 1, 1998)
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.4 x 0.4 inches
Warman's Star Wars Field Guide: Values And Identification - Stuart Wells
Although it doesn't contain anywhere near an exhaustive listing of Star Wars collectibles, this handy portable Star Wars price guide published in 2005 does cover 300 of the most popular and rare Star Wars collectibles available. It features more than 300 full color, detailed photos and illustrations of action figures, playsets, vehicles and much more. It also provides descriptions and today's market values for each.
Star Wars: 1,000 Collectibles: Memorabilia and Stories from a Galaxy Far, Far Away - Stephen J. Sansweet, Anne Neumann
According to the publisher, "Star Wars: 1,000 Collectibles takes the reader on a journey through cool and kitsch, from toys and costumes to life-size statues made of LEGO bricks to consumer goods such as candy, clothing, toothpaste--and much more. Drawn from the largest private Star Wars collection in the known universe, this stunning treasure trove of memorabilia and colorful anecdotes mixes fun with nostalgia, delighting both the casual fan and the serious collector."
This certainly sounds like a great read and a must have book for any respectable Star Wars collector.
Collecting Star Wars Toys 1977-Present: An Unauthorized Practical Guide - Jeffrey B. Snyder
Paperback: 207 pages
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing; 2 Rev Exp edition (September 1999)
Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.4 x 0.7 inches
The Star Wars Action Figure Archive - Stephen Sansweet
The Star Wars Action Figure Archive covers Hasbro/Kenner Star Wars toys released from 1978 through 1997. This is a must have reference text that lists all of the action figures, vehicles, playsets, and even rare, card variants, international editions, errors and more! This is not only a great reference text it's also a fun filled read. It features film stills, detailed toy photos and tons of great information!
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Chronicle Books (February 1, 1999)
Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 9.2 x 0.7 inches
Everything You Need to Know About Star Wars Collectibles - Brian Semling
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Beckett Pubns; 1st edition (November 1, 1998)
Product Dimensions: 11.2 x 8.2 x 0.8 inches
Star Wars Collectibles Price Guides on eBay
Ebay can be a great source to find that hard to find, or even just a reasonably priced, Star Wars Collectible price guide!
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