Item: “I CALL THIS AGGRESSIVE NEGOTIATIONS.”
Set: Star Wars Galactic Files
Subset: Classic Lines
Price: included in complete set
While Padmé and Anakin were on Naboo, Anakin describes Aggressive Negotiations as negotiations with a lightsaber. This card depicts Padmé’s comeback in the Geonosian Arena as she describes negotiations with a blaster rifle.
I bought the full set of Galactic Files from Triangle Cards at Dragon*Con in 2012.
Item: Padmé Amidala Snow Bunny
Set: Galactic Files Series 2
Series 2 of Galactic Files includes a large section of cards depicting characters from Expanded University sources. While most of these characters exist only in the EU, there are also cards for Han Solo, Leia Organa, and Luke Skywalker. This card is based on Star Wars: Clone Wars but uses a realistic re-imagination using the likeness of Natalie Portman.
I purchased two boxes from Dave & Adam;s Card World.
Item: Padmé Amidala Attack of the Clones 12″ figure
While Hasbro produced several figures of Padmé Amidala in 12″ scale, this is the only offering in their main line of 12″ figures.
I bought this figure at Toys R Us.
Title: Gioconda Amidala
Artist: Erik Maell
Event: Star Wars Celebration VI
Size: 16″ x 24″
Material: Paper: Accent Opaque Smooth Cover Stock
The original artwork was created with watercolors, acrylics, Copic markers, inks and colored pencils on 140 lb Arches Hot Press. The size is approximately 14 x 20 inches. The print was available in an edition of 250 and was sold exclusively at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from August 23rd to 26th, 2012. The artwork will also be featured in his book Mona Lisa Reimagined.
I pre-ordered this print and then picked it up at Star Wars Celebration VI in Orlando.
Item: Queen Amidala file folder
Price: $1 (approximate)
This file folder was released in Fall 1999 following the May release of Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace. There were folders for Darth Maul, Qui-Gon Jinn, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
I probably bought this at Target.
Item: Trading card
Artist: Talon Dunning
The original sketch on the card was made by Talon Dunning who then produced trading cards with the image on the front.
I bought this card at Dragon Con in September 2014.
Item: Star Wars Fan Days III Sketch Card
Manufacturer: Official Pix
This sketch of Padmé Amidala in the Picnic dress from Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones was acquired in addition to the ones that were free with the VIP ticket package.
Item: Original Sketch of Ilum Padmé Amidala
Artist: Jason Keith Phillips
Set: Rebel Legion Artist Series
Much like the Star Wars Galaxy sets produced by Topps, the Rebel Legion costuming group created a series of art cards to raise money for Make-A-Wish. This set was distributed at Star Wars Celebration VI. I own both the original sketch and the card created from it.
The original sketches were sold on eBay to raise money for the Make-A-Wish foundation.
Title: Padmé Amidala
Set: Star Wars Masterwork
Edition: #32/50 Green Parallel
Daily Dose of Padmé goes green for St. Patrick’s Day.
Star Wars Masterwork is the most premium Star Wars trading card set ever created!
Printed on 72pt stock, the base cards are of extremely high quality. There are numerous levels of parallel versions of base cards.The green parallels, numbered to 50 of each base card, is the second rarest parallel behind only the gold 1/1.
I purchased this card on eBay.