If you have great knowledge of loose figures and can help me identify any figure within my collection I would be most grateful. For instance, is a no COO figure a Palitoy/PBP etc ? - Any help appreciated. If you have any information for me, please use the contact webmaster link on the bottom of the left hand sidebar.


  • Mat Gilmer has supplied images of a 3-line Hong Kong COO Stormtrooper from his collection.


  • Jeremy has supplied images of Luke farmboy Taiwan from his collection.


  • David Carr has supplied images of Ugnaught HK 2 and a Bossk HK variation from his collection.
  • Jose Daniel Pina Gelabert has supplied images of a PBP 4-Lom variation from his collection.
  • Christian Kisters has supplied images of a coo removed stormtrooper variation he found.


  • Darth Vader : Taiwan Coo
  • C3PO : Hong Kong : Coo 2


  • Luke Bespin : Brown Hair : Empty Bar Coo
  • PBP Snowtrooper.
  • Rancor Keeper : Taiwan.


  • Chewbacca : HK Coo 3.
  • Ben Kenobi : HK Coo 4.
  • Lando : China COO 3.


  • Ree Yes : HK Coo 2.
  • 2-1B : No Coo.
  • AT AT Commander : HK COO 3.
  • Imperial Commander : Skinny head : Pink Face : HK 2.


  • Leia Hoth - Red Hair.


  • Simon McOwan has supplied images of a Darth Vader Hong Kong COO variant.


    Roger Wayman has supplied lots of images of variations he has found in his collection. The following figures.....

  • Darth Vader
  • Death Squad Commander
  • Hammerhead
  • Han Solo
  • R2D2
  • R5D4
  • Red Snaggletooth
  • Stormtrooper
  • 2-1B
  • Boba Fett
  • FX7
  • Hoth Rebel Soldier
  • IG88
  • Leia Hoth
  • White Bespin Guard
  • Bib Fortuna
  • Chief Chirpa
  • Rancor Keeper
  • Salacious Crumb
  • Teebo

  • Thanks Roger !

    This website was set up with one aim in mind. That aim is to help collectors identify the differences between all of the variant figures out there.

    Do you know your Kenner from your Lili Ledy ?

    At first I did not, but with help across a few forums and a number of other collectors sites, I have put together this definitive visual guide.

    I had to build this site because I needed help identifying figures and such a site did not exist. Now there is one.

    Within these pages you should be able to not only find written differences between vintage star wars figures but also photos showing you what you should be looking for. This, all in order to help collectors identify which figures they do actually own.

    This visual library is made up of figures from my own ever expanding personal collection, however, written information should be available for most known variants - providing of course someone lets me know of its existence.

    Now go collect !!