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Steve Sansweet Builds Rancho Obi-Wan Museum For His Giant 'Star Wars' Memorabilia Collection (PHOTOS)

Well, it was started before "A New Hope" even hit the theaters.
03/08/2013 02:50pm ET | Updated March 8, 2013

We all know that certain followers take the "Star Wars" franchise a little more, well, seriously than others. But we found a guy who takes the cake with a private collection so enormous that an entire museum is dedicated to it. Rancho Obi-Wan was built by Steve Sansweet for his giant private collection of 'Star Wars' memorabilia and according to their website, it's the largest of its kind. Apparently this passionate hobby started weeks before 'A New Hope' (the first Star Wars film) even hit the theaters in 1977. Check out our slideshow below for some photos from his museum, and head over to Fast Company for even more information about the collector.

The Largest Collection Of Star Wars Memorabilia

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