Rare Star Wars Lego figure set to fetch £2,000 at auction | The Sun

A RARE Star Wars Lego figure could fetch £2,000 at auction — 20 years after its release.

The tiny Boba Fett toy was originally available as part of a £100 Cloud City boxset in 2003.

After poor sales, the set became a collectors’ item ­— and is now valued at more than £3,000.

The Boba Fett figure is expected to bring in between £1,000 and £2,000 at East Bristol Auctions on August 21.

Lucy McCourt, the auctioneer’s toy specialist, said: “The two largest franchises in the world are Lego and Star Wars.

“When those fanbases combine, that’s when collectors get excited.

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“This figure was only ever available in the Cloud City box, so all the Lego collectors out there who couldn’t afford the set, now need this figure.

“Plus, he’s a bounty hunter — and everybody loves a baddie!”

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