As well as trying to source new pieces, I have also made a conscience effort to invest in the preservation and display of the pieces that I already have been lucky to acquire. I have spent over a £1000 this year alone on new Acrylic Cases, display Folios and specialist conservation framing. I know some argue that that could be spent on more Star Wars, but I think it's worth the investment.
Below is my Jabba Proof Sheet just back from a specialist framer, the glass has UV protection and the Proof has been mounted in a way to protect it from damage during the faming process and for the years to come. This proof came Tom Neiheisel, from whom I bought several proofs and Ex-Kenner items.
It is interesting to note from Tom COA:
It was introduced in Kenner’s 1983 Toy Fair catalogue by description only, as it could not be shown prior to the May 25 movie release with the statement: "Due to the secrecy of this character in Return of the Jedi, we are unable to visually display the toy counterparts until film release"