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Star Wars Sticker Value Pack by RoseArt (1997)

March 11, 2013

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RoseArt made a number of Star Wars stationery products in the 1990s, including a line of figural ink stamps. One thing I like about these stickers is that despite having been made around the time of the “Special Editions” of the original Star Wars films, they don’t use the awful CGI Jabba or any of the other additions Lucas made. And there are quite a few characters from Jabba’s palace, including Jabba himself, Salacious Crumb, and a Gamorrean Guard. It’s kind of interesting that they apparently only used images from Star Wars and Return of the Jedi — there aren’t any characters that are obviously unique to Empire.

I was intrigued by the “over 145 stickers” statement, since there are 48 stickers per page. If there were 4 sheets, it would seem odd for them not to say that there were 192 stickers (or perhaps “almost 200!”). But if they only included 3 sheets, it would only be 144. As it turned out, they include a partial sheet of 12 in addition to 3 complete sheets. Maybe they used the “over 145” verbiage so they could just add in whatever they happened to have left over.

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