Here's what hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of Star Wars toys looks like

Expected to fetch £500,000 at auction later this week, the collection of Star Wars memorabilia includes pieces from all over the world.

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That's £20,000 worth of bounty hunter, right there.

Vectis Auctions

These are not the toys you are looking for -- unless you've got £500,000 (around $660,000 or AU$870,000) to blow.

That's spread across nearly 400 lots in this private collection of Star Wars goodies gathered from all around the world. The pride of place in the collection goes to an unpainted prototype of bounty hunter Boba Fett, with auction house estimates valuing the figurine at £20,000.

The auction is being run by Vectis Auctions, with the collection going under the hammer in three parts. The first two parts will be sold on July 19.

And the best part? You can currently window shop at your leisure.