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- Anticipated Delivery Date: July, 2020
- $159 Plus shipping/handling and CA sales tax, if applicable. (Does not include duties, taxes or fees for international customers)
- Hand cast and gold plated.
- Wood presentation/display box inspired by the Millennium FalconTM cockpit.
- Master pattern made from a digital scan of the screen-used prop from Star Wars: The Last JediTM .
- Certificate of Authenticity
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EFX brings you the only officially licensed prop replica of the Han SoloTM dice from the Star Wars saga! EFX was given access to the screen-used prop, and generated the master pattern from a digital scan and extensive research of the screen-used prop making it the most accurate replica of Han Solo’s iconic dice down to the hanging chain. The EFX engineers, model-makers and artists have painstakingly produced a faithful prop replica of this iconic pair of dice.
The dice first appeared in Star Wars: A New Hope aboard the Millennium Falcon, hanging from where a rearview mirror might be in a real world vehicle. However, the dice were not seen in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back or Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. The next on-set appearance was documented in production stills from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but, the scene where the dice were visible was edited out of the final cut. The next time they were featured was in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
From its incidental beginnings in Star Wars: A New Hope, as a simple set-dressing embellishment in the Falcon set to a relevant piece of the narrative in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Han Solo’s lucky dice symbolize the continuity and connectivity of the Star Wars galaxy and its characters. That association is highlighted when Luke Skywalker™ boards the Falcon and takes the dice as a reminder of his fallen friend, Han Solo. And at the end of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Luke appears to give them to his sister Leia™ as a memento. Ultimately, the errant Ben Solo™, now Kylo Ren™, picks up the phantom dice, suggesting that his connection to the past has now disappeared.
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May 26, 2020
Estimated delivery: July, 2020