Post by Nick Cline on Jun 15, 2019 20:10:39 GMT -5
Although the 800 year old Jedi master doesn't carry a lightsaber in The Phantom Menace, one was specially created for him for the Star Wars Episode I: The Visual Dictionary. It was built by Ed Maggiani and Steve Dymszo.
It is 5 7/8" long and the aluminum tube has a diameter of 1 1/8". Following the tradition of the lightsaber props in the classic Star Wars films, this prop was also constructed from an antique camera flashgun, a modified Praco Flashmaker.
That Praco Flash in particular, like most famous original Star Wars props made from real world items, was the rarest of it’s respected variants - equipped with the same distinct knurled end cap and even rarer PEM brass nut that secures the shroud as the one pictured here for sale.
I have only seen two of these 100% accurate Praco flashes in my time in the hobby, with this being one of the two. If you’re a Yoda enthusiast, this may be the only chance at owning a truly accurate Visual Dictionary version of his lightsaber.
* INCLUDES ORIGINAL BLACK SLEEVE - JUST NOT PICTURED *
The lucky buyer will be responsible for shipping as well as PayPal fees.
Please send me a direct message to secure or for questions.
Last Edit: Jun 16, 2019 19:21:35 GMT -5 by Nick Cline