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Seven Inches of Lemmy, an innovative retailer of unique music and pop culture figures and collectables, has announced the debut of an officially licensed 7 inch figure of Lemmy Kilmister, front man of the legendary heavy metal band Motörhead. The new figure is manufactured by Locoape, a Chicago-based company specializing in licensed and proprietary action figure toys based on current pop culture trends, and is the first of the Icon series, which depicts legendary music personalities. Lemmy Kilmister is offered by for $19.95.

Fans and collectors will appreciate the high level of detail in the new Lemmy Icon figure. From his realistic face (complete with wart!), wrinkles in his tight leather pants and Ace of Spades “Born To Lose, Live To Win” tattoo, the figure captures every subtle nuance of the heavy metal iconoclast. Rickenbacker USA, Kilmister’s longtime endorser, even granted licensing rights for the miniature Rickenbacker bass guitar accessory. Each figure is randomly packed with an eagle or Iron Cross guitar. A microphone stand and sturdy Motörhead backdrop and platform make for a compelling presentation. is a retailer/wholesaler of distinctive collectible music action figures, designer vinyl toys, and limited edition rock and roll art prints. The company was founded in 2000 and specializes in high quality action figures featuring notable rap and rock musicians, as well as bands and pop culture icons from movies, and television. Some of the notable music figures offered include Sid Vicious, Johnny Rotten, Joey Ramone, Notorious B.I.G., Flava Flav, John Lennon, Kurt Cobain, AC/DC, Jon Bon Jovi, Jimmy Page and more. A complete online catalog is available at

“We’re very excited to offer this new Locoape Lemmy Kilmister Motörhead figure to our customers,” says Josh Lundorff, owner of “Motörhead has played a critical role in the evolution of heavy metal, hard rock and punk and Lemmy’s notoriety is legendary. Locoape did a great job manufacturing a figure of exceptional quality and detail, and our ability to offer this great figure at a modest price makes this an ideal showpiece for serious collectors and musicians, as well as pop culture enthusiasts and even casual fans. We invite everyone to explore our catalog of exciting products!”

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