Carrie Fisher's personal script pages from A New Hope up for sale

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Dec 18, 2018, 12:00 AM EST (Updated)

In celebration of May 4th, Star Wars fans are getting the opportunity to earn a piece of franchise history—and from Carrie Fisher's personal collection.

Through sports and entertainment memorabilia company Inscriptagraphs, 100 framed movie script pages from Star Wars: A New Hope are being made available for fans to purchase. The pages were taken from a complete script owned by Fisher herself. 

Each page is custom-framed and accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Inscriptagraphs signed by Fisher's brother Todd, who has been handling Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds' estate since their unexpected passing in 2016. The frame will also include a collage of images of Fisher in her role as Princess Leia from A New Hope.

“We are thrilled to offer Star Wars fans the opportunity to own a rare piece of cinematic history,” said Inscriptagraphs owner Tyler Feldman via official press release. “Items owned by the Original Star Wars cast members very seldomly hit the public market and we expect this unique conversation piece to sell out immediately.”

You have the option of buying a script page with Leia speaking lines (which you can snag for $599 apiece) or without ($499). Only 100 of these framed script pages will be made available to fans for purchase—so if you want to pay tribute to our beloved space princess by owning a page from the annals of Star Wars history, now's your chance.

Fisher's personal shooting script from Empire Strikes Back was auctioned off late last year.

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