Helmets and armor
Imperial and rebel helmets aplenty are stored on the upper level of Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities as well as in cabinets throughout the land. For those looking for Imperial artifacts, you’ll find shoretrooper helmets, mud trooper helmets, and helmets from nearly every type of trooper the Empire has ever dreamed up. And for those of a more rebellious bent, you’ll find the helmets of all your favorite starfighter pilots.
In fact, if it’s details you’re after, Dok-Ondar’s is a can’t-miss. This shop is full of merchandise you can buy, but for me the true appeal was the upper level, where you can see literally hundreds of artifacts from Star Wars lore hanging in tantalizing ranks. You can see a mythosaur skull (that sigil stamped on Boba Fett’s armor), one of the medals given on Yavin IV (is it Chewie’s missing medal?), and the severed head of Benthic Two-Tubes from Rogue One. You can see Sith idols, a baby Sarlacc, and the Mandalorian’s helmet and rifle. (Oh, and if you stand at one of the far corners, you can glimpse the Ark of the Covenant itself, which totally exists in Star Wars canon, poking out from behind a table.)
One of the original trilogy’s most famous characters can be found strolling around, howling irritably as people ask for photo ops. If you’re lucky, you might even see him tinkering around in the cockpit of a familiar freighter. Which brings us to…