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About This Sixth Scale Figure
Sideshow is pleased to announce the 12-inch RAH Royal Guard from Medicom Toy Corporation. The figure is highly authentic and film accurate, and ready to take life on your shelf in any dynamic pose that you desire. Medicom Toy's RAH body is one of the most articulated 12-inch figure bodies available, capable of nearly any pose that the human (or superhero) body can achieve.
Each Royal Guard figure includes a force pike and a display base, and comes packaged in a beautiful window display box.
Please note: The RAH series is highly detailed, very well articulated, and of exceptional quality, however, the RAH figure line is not in the exact same scale as the Sideshow Sixth Scale figure line. Figures may not be comparable in size and scale to Sideshow Collectibles' Sixth Scale Star Wars figures.
Product Instructions / Assembly
International customers are welcome to order.
- Product Size
- 12" H (304.8mm)*
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- Box Size
- 5.00" H (127mm) x 13.00" W (330.2mm) x 14.00" L (355.6mm)*
- Product Weight
- 3.00 lbs (1.36 kg)*
- Est. Shipping Weight
- 4.00 lbs (1.81 kg)*
- Dimensional Weight
- 4 lbs*
- Int'l Dim. Weight
- 6 lbs*
Size and weight are approximate values.
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© 2008 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM._Manufactured by Medicom Toy Corporation. All Rights Reserved
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What Collectors Are Saying
Imperial Royal Guard
Nice collectible. Medicom did a great job making it look less like a toy for children. I ordered 2 of them. Both stand right next to my Sideshow Collectibles exclusive Chancellor Palpatine/Darth Sidious set.
— Emile Narud
An Excellent Representation!
This Medicom RAH Emperor's Royal Guard is a very nice figure. This is the first 12" Royal Guard we have seen since the long ago Hasbro The Power Of The Force era. Medicom did a nice job on the fabric for the robes, but the underwire causes some problems with posing.
— Paul J. Mancil