Welcome to my little slice of internet heaven. This site showcases some of the coolest Jawa collectibles from my personal collection (unless noted). Also, I have included links to some of my favorite websites, which feature other outstanding collections as well. Thank you for visiting MADBROWNZ and enjoy the "Jawa experience."

The Jawa Features

Featured are some awesome Pre-Production,  MOC or MIB Jawas that, unfortunately are not in my collection.

Vintage 8" Toltoys Jawa (MIB)
Date: January 2014
Selling Price: $1,904.01 (Ebay Australia)

I have long since "thought" that a Boxed Toltoys Jawa existed. Unfortunately, I have never seen any proof. Well, now I have. At first sight, this appears to be a standard Boxed Jawa released by Kenner. If you look close enough, you will notice that the 8" size is removed from the box on the front and back. Though not pictured, this is removed from the side as well. This was common on Boxed Dolls that were sold and distributed in Australia. To date, this is the only one I have ever seen and look forward to others surfacing in the future.

Mint on Card Vinyl Cape Jawas
Picture courtesy of Joe O'Brien

This incredible picture showcases all five "known" Mint on Card Vinyl Caped Jawas. While the American version is hard enough to find, they are common compared to the Foreign released versions. From left to right: Star Wars 12 Back, Canadian Star Wars 12 Back, Palitoy Star Wars 12 Back, Meccano Star Wars 12 Back and a Empire Strikes Back Toltoys 41 Back. The Palitoy 12 Back is the most recent confirmed example and has been authenticated by AFA. This would be a dream MOC series for any Collector. Please check out Joe's awesome Trilogo Site

Miscarded Jawa on Warok Trilogo Cardback
Date: July 2012
Selling Price: $692.00 (Ebay)

Miscarded Trilogo Mint on Cards are not uncommon. Very strange combinations have been known to appear from time to time and this is one of the more odder pairings. I am aware of a Jawa existing a Ugnaught cardback and have heard of Yoda as well. I am not sure how someone confused a Jawa for a little furball Ewok and can only guess that someone did not drink their coffee that day. This figure landed on Ebay and sold for much higher price than I expected. The bubble is crushed on the top and bottom and their are a few minor cracks as well. Whatever the case may be, this is one odd combination that someone will be happy with.

Empire Strikes Back Canadian 32 Back
Date: July 2012
Selling price: Unknown (ended early from Ebay)

Unfortunately, I have never confirmed the existence of a Jawa on an American ESB 32 Back. I am only aware of them being produced on Canadian cardbacks and they are extremely hard to find. The one pictured above is in amazing shape. The item had been listed under "JAWA #32870 Empire Strikes Back" with no description of the figure being on a Canadian cardback. I can only guess that the seller received a very generous offer, so the auction could be ended early. To bad, as I would have loved the see the ending price. 

8" Lili Ledy Jawa "Brown Cape" (MIB)
Date: February 2010
Selling Price: $910.00 (Ebay)

Not that the 8" Lili Ledy Jawa is not hard enough to find, but this features a seldom seen variation. The Jawa is "commonly" found with a green cape, but featured here is the brown caped version. This is the third MIB version I have ever seen. Though the condition is not the best, it is a real treat to see this rare variation come up for sale.

Meccano 12 Back Vinyl Cape Jawa (MOC)
Date: March 2010
Selling Price: Unknown

If proven legitimate, this could be one of the greatest finds in the hobby. This appeared out of nowhere on Ebay by a random seller. The debate started instantly with many experienced collectors debating the authenticity of the figure. After some mind blowing Buy It Now offers posted by the seller (30K+), the item disappeared. Rumor has it, the current owner will have this authenticated by AFA. Hopefully this will turn up again, so the debate can be concluded.

August 2010

Well, what do you think, showed up at Celebration V? The "infamous" Meccano 12 Back VC Jawa happened to be on display behind the CIB Booth. Unfortunately, I could not see sticker on the case to see how this MOC figure graded out. I think this finally puts the debate to rest..