Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Boba Fett Helmet ESB Signature Edition

Master Replicas movie prop

Boba Fett's inception is almost as mysterious as his character. What is known is that the unique Mandalorian armor he wears was designed and then fabricated in England well in advance of the filming of Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. Joe Johnson, the production illustrator and designer, began work on Fetts helmet shortly after ILM relocated from southern to northern California. Lucasfilm archival photo reference shows Joe working on the hero helmet, which was later worn by actor Jeremy Bulloch during principal photography. It is likely Joe also prepared a back-up helmet, which resides in the archive, as its paintwork closely matches the scratches and technique of the hero.To create the Master Replicas Boba Fett helmet our engineers laser scanned an original helmet in the archives, perfectly capturing the shape and subtle nuances of the face and dome and output a master pattern from which all our production molds were made. Fiberglass Construction The LEDs in the Range Finder blinks when lowered. Each helmet is wearable with a fully lined and padded interior with a see-through, tinted bubble lens Authentic weathered finish Comes with a custom display stand, numbered plaque and certificate of authenticity Limited Edition of 750 pieces worldwide Numbered plaque featuring Jeremy Bulloch's signature
prop: collector:
category: Master Replicas
type: movie props
serial number: #466
celebrity: Jeremy Bulloch (44)
original (1)  |  replica (43)
movie: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
original (69)  |  replica (298)
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