i'm real new at collecting vintage star wars figures (except when i was a kid) and i'm sure many people here will know the answer immediately, but i just bought a rotj hoth stormtrooper on card on the ebay -- just because i like the figure. now (after actually looking at the second picture on ebay) i notice the back of the card just says "collect them all" instead of "collect all n" and i can count 45 figures. i'm having trouble posting any pictures but maybe you can see it on ebay the item number is 230666371648 or search vintage imperial stormtrooper nib. sorry if this is something i should be able to figure out myself, but i did try searching the forums and wasn't able to figure this out. thanks for the help.
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ah, thanks for the quick help. i guess when i actually receive it there will then be a UK address on the back. i don't really know anything about palitoy. are they more, less or equally as valuable as the US versions? not that i'll sell it, i'm just starting and i like the figure.
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Subject: Re: Newbie cardback question ROTJ 45 back Tue Sep 06, 2011 9:49 am
In general, ROTJ 45 Backs (45c's) are more common than 45 A or B versions. That being said, some characters (Tusken Raider comes to mind) are damn hard to find on ROTJ 45 Backs. Overall, it is a nice variation for collectors and a "cheap" venture into collecting Palitoy MOC's.
Subject: Re: Newbie cardback question ROTJ 45 back