"Free Boba Fett" Offer on Card (Front and Back)

1978  |  Kenner

Free Boba Fett Promo, card back detail (1978)
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Description

Shown on select vintage Kenner carded action figures, such as Power Droid and Greedo, promoting the mail-away exclusive figure.

This offer appeared on the following card backs, as confirmed by TheSWCA.com:

* SW20C
* SW20D
* SW20E
* SW20F
* SW20G
* SW20H

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  •  DrKennyF rated this item and wrote this review on May 20, 2021:

    Of the 20 Star Wars action figures, only R2-D2 and C-3PO were not issued with this offer card. However, there are Chromalin printers' proofs of R2 and 3PO. And there are also square cornered proof cards for 5 or 6 characters.

    Interesting side collectibles are the "Free Boba Fett Gratuit" Canadian cards, which are much rarer than the US versions.




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