Item: “Introduction To Royalty” / Anakin Skywalker Meets Queen Amidala
Set: Jedi Legacy
Item: Queen Amidala (Coruscant) action figure
Line: Episode I (1999), Comtech Chip #10
This is the third action figure of Padmé, as portrayed by Natalie Portman, in Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace. It is No. 10 in Hasbro’s line of Episode I figures, When addressing the Galactic Senate on Coruscant, Queen Amidala of Naboo wears this red gown.
The CommTech chip plays the following lines:
- “The Naboo system has been invaded by the droid armies of the trade.”
- “I’ve come to resolve this attack on our sovereignty now”
- “I suggest new leadership is needed!”
I purchased this figure during midnight madness at the Bellevue Toys R Us on May 3, 1999.
Item: Queen Amidala Theed Invasion action figure and Jedi Force File
Line: Power of the Jedi
The Power of the Jedi line of Hasbro 3 3/4″ action figures sees Queen Amidala of Naboo in the red gown she wore when Theed was invaded by the Trade Federation. The bulbs in the skirt do not light up. Supposedly, there is a variation in the color of the legs of the figure, but I can not confirm that it exists. I have never opened the Jedi Force File to see what it contains. If I still have duplicates of the figure I might do that..
I purchased this at Target or Toys R Us in 2000.
Item: Queen Amidala Celebration Ceremony
Line: Original Trilogy Collection Transitional Figures
Number: ’05 #4
The back of the card reads: “Queen Amidala and the inhabitants of Naboo celebrate their victory over the invasion of the Trade Federation. The Queen wears a decorative parade gown as the jubilant crowd cheers their freedom. The Gungans present Amidala with a Globe of Peace to thank her for her heroic efforts to protect the inhabitants of Naboo.”
When the original trilogy collection figure line came to an end, Hasbro continued to use the same general design for a handful of figures before the Revenge of the Sith line began.
I may have purchased this figure at Walmart.
Item: Glow-in-the-Dark Action Wall Scenes
Price: $5 (originally $10.99)
The Queen Amidala Glow-in-the-dark action scenes include 8 stickers of the Queen in distinct costumes. There is also a Naboo Royal Starship and numerous Naboo symbols. Illuminations’ line included 30 different designs,
I purchased the item Saturday at Tampa Bay Comic Con.
Item: The Phantom Menace – “La Riene”
Country of Origin: France
Size: 174.5 cm x 118 cm Continue reading
Title: Padmé Amidala
Set: Star Wars Masterwork
Edition: #56/99 Silver Parallel
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 so-called silver parallels despite looking more bronze, numbered to 99 of each base card, is the third rarest parallel behind the green /50 and the gold 1/1.
I purchased this card on eBay on February 16, 2015.
Item: Queen Amidala key ring
Size: 1 5/8″ high
I don’t really know the providence of this item. I bought this from Vendstock, Inc., and they may be the manufacturer of this item. It is dated 1999 on the bottom and it appears to be numbered “02”. They were selling four other key chains.
Item: Queen Amidala Star Wars Episode I chatacter watch
Manufacturer: The Nelsonic Watch Co.
Nelson released several watches to capitalize on the return of Star Wars to movie theaters. This Queen Amidala watch is notable in that Sabe is pictured rather than the queen. Original retail price was $29.99.
I purchased this watch on ebay on July 12, 2015.
Item: Queen Amidala, Representative of Naboo
Game: Star Wars Young Jedi Collectible Card Game
Expansion: The Jedi Council
Subset: Diffraction Foils Continue reading