If you're an obsessive Star Wars fan, you've probably at least thought about getting yourself some Star Wars autographs. Even those unfamiliar with signature collecting are likely wondering just how much is a Star Wars autograph worth?
The cost of Star Wars actors' autographs varies significantly from actor to actor. If you want, say, a photo signed by Harrison Ford, be prepared to shell out over $1,000. Want Mark Hamill's autograph? It's going to cost about $250 - nearly twice as much as it cost two years ago. There are bargains to be had, though. You can get Deep Roy's (Yoda) autograph for only $30 - pretty impressive for an iconic character.
Given the cost of some of these autographs, those who want to save up money might want to skip the popcorn at any viewings of The Last Jedi. Here's everything you need to know about acquiring your favorite Star Wars character's John Hancock.
Oddly, the superstar is one of the few to charge less for a photo than an autograph in person - you can get a photo for $200.
For an extra $5 you get a lock of Chewbacca's hair. (Not really.) Not a bad price for an in-person autograph.
You can't get a new autograph by the late Carrie Fisher, but you can buy previously autographed posters for a pretty penny.
Lando Calrissian's in-person signature isn't too steep.
A good price for an in-person autograph this is. In long line you may have to wait.
Getting an in-person autograph from the man who played Emperor Palpatine means giving him full control of your wallet.
Even the strongest opponent of the Dark Side might still want Ray Park's in person autograph. He's much less intimidating in person than Darth Maul.
It might cost more to get a security droid signed than it is to get K2SO's signature in person.
The cost of a signed poster on Amazon is about what you'd expect Han Solo to charge for an autograph - that is, a highly inflated price.
Pretty cheap for an in-person autograph from the young Darth Vader.
How is a Poe Dameron online autographed poster only $100? Surely there are people on Tumblr who would pay more.
A signed photograph sold online of Adam Driver could feed a family of four for a week.
Go out to eat, or get R2-D2's in-person signature. Decisions, decisions.
A signed movie still photo of the two stars will cost you your rent money.
Jones's in-person autograph was actually sold out at the 2017 Celebration Orlando. Guess she's in high demand.
Since her role in Star Wars: Rebels isn't her most well-known role by a long shot, her in-person autograph is good for fans of any of her roles.