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Mr Palitoy's Cardback Guide


SW 12A Cardback

SW 12B Cardback

SW 12C Cardback

SW 20 Cardback

ESB 30A Cardback

ESB 30B Cardback

ESB 41A Cardback

ESB 41B Cardback

ESB 41C Cardback

ESB 45A Cardback

ESB 45B Cardback

ROTJ 45C Cardback

ROTJ 65A Cardback

ROTJ 65B Cardback

ROTJ 65C Cardback

ROTJ 65D Cardback

ROTJ/TL 70A Cardback

TL 70B Cardback

TL 70C Cardback

TL 70D Cardback

ESB GM45A Cardback

ESB GM45B Cardback

ROTJ GM45C Cardback

ESB CL45 Cardback

ESB KPS45A Cardback

ESB KPS47A Cardback

ESB KPS48B Cardback

ESB KPS48C Cardback

ROTJ KPS48D Cardback

ROTJ KPS48E Cardback

ROTJ KPS48F Cardback

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Palitoy did various offers both for themselves and for other companies during the course of the 3 films that made up the original trilogy.

For Star Wars, they made the kite that was on offer from KP with their KP Outer Spacers crisps. You had to collect 3 empty crisp packets and then send them away with a cheque or postal order for 95p. An empty crisp packet is shown on the left and a magazine advert for the offer is shown on the right.

This is the kite you received once you had sent in the crisp packets and the 95p.

The front of the packaging has Hi Flier KEEL KITE on it and a picture of the kite which is blue and has an X-Wing Fighter on it being pursued and fired upon by a TIE Fighter. The kite has a 4ft wing span and unique flexhinge construction in writing underneath the picture. It also says Made in U.S.A. on it and then has the address of the Coalville factory and Palitoy logo to the right underneath this. So Palitoy had it made in America and then packaged it themselves. On the back of the packaging are instructions for assembly and flying of the kite along with the obligatory warning not to fly the kite near power lines.