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Post by hellhippie on Sat Nov 04, 2017 9:54 am

welcome welcome Jonathan , im a variant collector myself . my made in taiwan vader is also a lighter plastic than all other vaders i own . hmmm i wonder now if it left production like this

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Post by Cardnut on Sat Mar 30, 2019 3:13 am

I have started collecting loose figures and have now been fortunate to pick up a few lots so have some duplicates. I knew there were variants and was curious if the figures I had were all the same or had differences. I was looking at a site that listed variants of all the figures. (highasakoit.co.uk/starwars) the examples for the Jawa's did not have the 1 example I have. If there is another site please let me know. I have attached the 2 examples I have. Differences I see are 1) Eyes look different (under maginfication it looks like just better paint work), the Hong Kong word is higher on one than the other. The cape has different colour thread (probably just a die lot for thread)

If there is anyone that wants to weigh in on these two I would love to know your thoughts.

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Post by Cardnut on Sat Mar 30, 2019 3:15 am

2nd post to add cape pics. Picture does not show the thread difference very well. One appears grey and the other brown.
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Post by Nico on Sat Mar 30, 2019 11:19 am

Hi David, nice Jawa's mate cheers

The highasakoit site has not been updated for over 4 years so will not show all known COO's, try Variant villain What a Face
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Post by Cardnut on Sat Mar 30, 2019 2:32 pm

Thanks for the suggestion of Variant Villain site [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . I went to his site and started poking around. He also suggested The Imperial Gunnery and Rebelsucm sites.

I have a feeling this could eat up a ton of time looking at all the options and possibilities for different variations.

I had actually signed up to The Imperial Gunnery site so started looking there as well. What I have been able to determine at this point is that Lili Ledi and Kenner shared the same molds for a bunch of their figures. You can't exclusively look at the CCO stamps to determine what company the figure was made for. While this Jawa shares the same COO stamp format with a Lili Ledi figure the figure itself does not have the same characteristics as a Lili Ledy one. Eyes on Lili Ledi would be almond shape and hood on cape removable.

Again if there is anyone else with info to add always welcome.

What would be interesting to find out is if there is a difference in the COO stamp depending on when in their history they were made. Example, this figure with COO stamp like "x" was produced earlier and with COO stamp like "y" was produced later.
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Post by Commander Clint on Sat Mar 30, 2019 2:52 pm

David, you can also check our own COO guide. Some of the images are still down, due to Photobucket. But you would get the idea.

Variants are a big rabbit hole to travel down. lol!

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As for Kenner vs. Lili Ledy. You can get a good idea of what to look for, from our guide as well.

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Post by Cardnut on Sat Mar 30, 2019 3:39 pm

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:David, you can also check our own COO guide.  Some of the images are still down, due to Photobucket.  But you would get the idea.

Variants are a big rabbit hole to travel down. lol!

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As for Kenner vs. Lili Ledy.  You can get a good idea of what to look for, from our guide as well.

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Thanks @Commander Clint, and I said I didn't want to get into collecting Card Backs. What is happening to me buzzing
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