Posted by Jay on April 9, 2019 at 06:44 AM CST

The DC Star Wars Collecting Club (DCSWCC) has developed a tradition of offering a series of unique and highly in-demand collectibles going back to Celebration III in 2005. The tradition continues at Celebration Chicago with a set of 10 custom designed, high-quality ceramic pogs! The set is approved by Lucasfilm as an exclusive for Celebration Chicago and is strictly limited to 175 sets.

Each piece features custom artwork highlighting one of the Galaxy’s most famous casinos. From the elegant class of Canto Bight and Cloud City to the scum and villainy of Tatooine and The Wheel, each Pog celebrates a different locale from the films, comics and novels. The Pogs will be available at the DCSWCC Fan Booth (#1246) throughout the convention and can be obtained by trying your luck with a spin of the club’s Chance Wheel.

While at the DCSWCC table, visitors can also obtain a valuable piece of the multi-club action figure patch, as well as purchase a Luke Skywalker pin (limited to 500) for a $10 donation to support U.S. military families via the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS,

Generously sponsored by members of the Club, the Celebration Chicago Pogs will long be remembered as another great offering from the DCSWCC.

DCSWCC is one of the largest and most active collecting clubs in America, with over 50 members. The club meets monthly and holds special events throughout the year such as socials, picnics, and “Roadshow” appraisal events. For more information, visit the club website at


The Washington DC Star Wars Collecting Club (DCSWCC) can be found at booth #1246 near the other Fan Organization booths.
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