Large Display Star Wars - Krayt Dragon Segment 1977


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Star Wars - A New Hope 1977

Large carnivorous reptiles native to the deserts of Tatooine, Krayt Dragon are an important part of cultural history for the people of Tatooine. The Sandpeople revered the Krayt dragon as a hunter of great power, and as such their primary maturity ritual is heavily based on it.

In a ritual mirrored by many cultures across different worlds, young males were abandoned in the desolate dunes on Tatooine and would not be accepted back into their tribes until they had slain a fierce Krayt dragon.

Sandpeople and Jawas believed that the bones of Krayt Dragons possessed great magical power.

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Production Used Krayt Dragon Segment in our Movie Reliquary Large Display with COA to rear. Section of Krayt is similar to what is found in our mini displays but on size of the larger display we offer.

Piece of Krayt is same as piece in photo, please inspect quality of piece before buying!

Display measures 250mm x 150mm and comes in black cotton bag.

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