Feast your eyes on this glorious Gamorrean Fighter maquette from Regal Robot‘s Mando collection
Just when you thought the awesomeness of the Mando Monday launch event was over, Regal Robot has arrived to knock it out of the park with the unveiling of an incredible Gamorrean Fighter maquette from the upcoming second season of The Mandalorian.
Here’s the official line:
The third limited edition in our Maquette Collection, our new Gamorrean Fighter Concept Maquette Replica is the best you can get, combining lineage and authenticity.
Months before the debut of season two of the hit Disney+ show, The Mandalorian, the show’s creator posted an image of a gladiatorial style concept sculpture on social media. This was one of our first glimpses at the eagerly awaited new season and it immediately caught our eye!
Our fully-painted maquette was developed with direct lineage to that very sculpt. Each 12.25″ tall (when on the display base) statue is cast in heavy polyurethane resin and limited to only 250 pieces. Made in the U.S.A., every replica in this edition is hand-painted, making each a unique tribute to the artistry involved behind the scenes of our favorite films and shows!
Each statue in this limited edition includes a hand-numbered metal plaque and is hand packed in a glossy black box with a full-color insert and COA.
Numbered, limited edition of 250 pieces.
1:1 to the original maquette and with direct lineage to that sculpture.
Hand-painted and distressed, making each a unique work of art.
Includes a wood base as shown and elegant hand-numbered metal plaque
Made in the U.S.A.
Includes Regal Robot COA
To take advantage of the Payment Plan option, please click the “Order Today” button below.
Expected to begin shipping in February/March of 2021
Maquettes will be allocated based on the order checkout is completed.
THIS ITEM WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ORDER TODAY, OCTOBER 26th AT 4 PM EASTERN.
Happy shopping Star Wars fans!
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