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Christie's employee Caitlin Graham poses with a Darth Vader costume in London, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010. The helmet, mask, shoulder armour and shin guards of the costume have been produced for the second Star Wars movie 'The Empire Strikes Back', released in 1980. On November 25, 2010 the costume will be offered at Christie's South Kensington and is expected to realise 160,000 GBP to 230,000 GBP.(AP Photo/Lennart Preiss)
Photo by: Lennart Preiss
Christie's employee Caitlin Graham poses with a Darth Vader costume in London, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010. The helmet, mask, shoulder armour and shin guards of the costume have been produced for the second Star Wars movie 'The Empire Strikes Back', released in 1980. On November 25, 2010 the costume will be offered at Christie's South Kensington and is expected to realise 160,000 GBP to 230,000 GBP.(AP Photo/Lennart Preiss)

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