‘Star Wars: Frames’ sold for $3K features series’ most iconic moments

January 24th, 2011 - 5:17 pm ICT by ANI  

Washington, Jan 24 (ANI): ‘Star Wars: Frames’, an unprecedented, exquisite collection of defining moments from the revolutionary film series as seen through the eyes of its creator is set to be sold for 3000 dollars each.

Only 1,416 moments have been handpicked by George Lucas from over one million frames of film, and reproduced across six hardcover, leather-bound volumes, one for each film, measuring 11 inches by 22 inches each, Fox News reported.

Printed in exceptional large format preserving the wide-screen aspect ratio and full resolution of the original film frames, the collection will be strictly limited to just 1,138 copies.

Each set arrives in a handsome wood-inlaid box, with embossed medallions of Yoda and Vader on either side, and comes with a portfolio case with a bookplate signed by Lucas himself.

The box will contain two chambers that correspond to the first and second Star Wars trilogies, which will house the six volumes. (ANI)

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