The 20 Most Expensive Lego Sets In The World

Lego was first released in the late 1950s and since then it has become popular. It is loved and appreciated around the world.

These amazing Lego sets are loved by so many that some of the Lego sets listed below are fetching insane prices.

We’ve done our research and came up with a list of the top 20 most expensive Lego sets.

The 20 Most Expensive Lego Sets In the World

In terms of the more detailed Lego pieces, it looks like the Bionicle heads are also available as standalone pieces. This is something we’ve noticed for a while, and we think it’s a great idea. It’s an extremely useful item for any collection. The pieces are not the most intricate and could be found in any brick set.

It cost around $70,000
to make these sets.

20. Darth Maul Lego Head

Cost: $1,255

Darth Maul’s head bust in the Darth Vader Collection is amazing.

If you don’t know him, I suggest you watch Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

It contains over 1800 individual pieces, making it a lot of fun to build and make.

Building a lego set like this will be a fun and rewarding experience, and it will certainly be a great memory for the kid(s) who build it.

19. Rebel Blockade Runner

Cost: $1,330

One of the biggest lego sets on our list is the Rebel Blockade Runner.
It’s an incredible design because it’s so complicated and amazing at the same time.
The cockpit is really big.
It’s actually the largest lego set we have.

The statue is pretty huge, to say the least, and is made up of over 1700 pieces and is from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

If you’re already a Star Wars fan, you should definitely consider adding this to your collection.

18. Rebel Snowspeeder

Cost: $1,421

Another interesting set from Lego, this time a classic set from Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back.

This Snowtroopy is much more popular than the previous rebel snowtrooper and also the snowspeeder, though not by much.

Apart from the fact it is more difficult to put together as it has more pieces, over 1,457 to be exact, the Snowspeeder is still another cool set to add to your collection!

Now that you have learned how to speak in the style of the *insert name of famous diplomat* and you have used it to impress your friends, your next step is to create your own diplomatic speech.

You better not be messing with the wrong guy…

17. Eiffel Tower

Cost: $1,455

The iconic structure of France is the iconic tower, but it’s been rendered in lego.

I wouldn’t recommend building this one unless you are a very dedicated builder or a very experienced builder.

According to the architects, the model was built in a way it is similar to the real tower. The model has the same height, width, and design.

16. Imperial Star Destroyer

Cost: $1,600

A Star Wars fans dream Lego set came true. This Star Destroyer set has everything – a TIE fighter, an AT-AT, a X-Wing Fighter and a Falcon.

This is a Lego Star Wars helmet, it’s got a lot of character and I’ve designed it from scratch using Google Sketchup, and I’ve also been able to make it in Lego using a lot of my spare time.

It has approximately 3,000 pieces, and is about 3 meters long.

The thing about the room is if you look at the image of the room, it’s small.

15. Star Wars V.I.P. Gala Set (Vader)

Cost: $1,672

There were actually two V.I.P Galas, though, one for each movie. It was actually a good idea to have two of the same set, because it was the height of excitement on release day at the toy fair, and the store that first sold this set was the one that first sold the first V.I.P Gala, so that set sold out quickly.

The Lego Mindstorms EV3 Robot is a combination of a Lego Mindstorms set from 1998, a brick that was made in Germany, and a brick that was made in China.

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You’re probably right. But sometimes it’s worth doing things the hard way just to see what happens.

14. Limited Edition Batman Announcement Set

Cost: $1,720

If you have a Batman set for Lego, then you have a really cool set!

The stickers were pretty easy to get, but they were also pretty easy to get rid of in a trade, swap, or sell.

ÂIf you were lucky to nab yourself a $1,720 bitcoin at the beginning it would be about the same. I have a lot more.

13. Death Star II

Cost: $1,972

It didn’t help that they announced the existence of the Death Star II on the same day as the new Star Wars film was released…

You’ll need a lot of patience as you have to place all 12,000 pieces in the correct positions and have the room to move around whilst you do it.

It’s definitely going to be worth your time and effort to see this magnificent lego set in all its glory!

12. Statue Of Liberty

Cost: $2,132

We’re going to be making a Lego replica of The Statue of Liberty, which might not be that surprising given that it’s from New York City.

For $2,000, you get three thousand pieces and the satisfaction of looking at them all together once you’ve put them all together.

I thought the same thing, but I really love it. I’m really happy with it. It’s really cool, and I’m glad that someone else has built a real life version that I can take around with me.

11. Cafe Corner

Cost: $1,714

The bike’s frame is made out of bricks and is a perfect size for younger users as it is only around 17 inches long and it comes with a handlebars, a basket, a bell, and a rear wheel.

The final set is a simple set of all the basic shapes you may need to build a building!

But if you want to buy $1,714 for just one lego, then it will be better to put that money toward a more expensive lego set in the future.

10. Yoda Wearing “I Heart NY Shirt” (New York Toy Fair 2013)

Cost: $2,275

The Lego Batman Movie set is one of the most expensive lego sets in the world. It’s the first Lego Batman movie set and it’s a Lego Batman 3-Pack. This is the Lego Batman 3-Pack and it costs $199.99. The base costs $39.99, and then you get the other 3 bricks for $49.99.

This set contains Yoda wearing a shirt that says “I Heart NY”, graffiti art and NYC street signs. It is also includes a display base.

In addition to the fact that you don’t get a lot for money, you’re also giving your money to a stranger on the internet.

9. Grand Carousel

Cost: $2,300

This is a set that you simply cannot mess up. It is a classic set of cards that you can pick up and play with ease. With 10 different playing cards, you can play for hours and never run out of tricks.

Because of its design and the use of the remote control to move the carousel, it’s really nice if your kids or your children have an easy time working with the toys.

It can be a little overwhelming when it comes to building, as the base is large, and the level of detail is pretty high. So you might want to check out the other levels on the Let’s Play series before starting on this level.

The level is part of the “Secret of Mana” series, which was first created in 1993 by Square Soft, who also created “Secret of Ever Night” in 1995.

8. LECA Automobile (LEGO Inside Tour Exclusive 2005 Edition)

Cost: $2,350

The LECA Automobile is a project that, if successful, could help a lot in the future of the automobile in general.

The lego set is not the best looking, however, it is a completely different, and rare set.

The Lego Technic Land Cruiser features a body that is made of 4 parts and each part is built individually and then connected together using a Technic set.

7. The Legoland Train (LEGO Inside Tour 2014)

Cost: $2,750

The Lego Train is a Lego set that will appeal to those who play with Lego.

Not only you get the train to build, but you get seven mini-figures to fight each other with.

You should also check the eBay marketplace for the opportunity of picking up one of these if you’re willing to part with the cash. At the time of writing, this one is selling for $2,300.

6. Taj Mahal

Cost: $2,865

It’s hard to describe, the Taj Mahal is the biggest of many famous buildings around the world.

It is an absolute work of art with over 5,900 individual pieces.

This book is written by a group of writers and people with varied viewpoints. I recommend that you check it out.

5. Han Solo On Tauntaun (Miniland Scale)

Cost: $3,156

The price of Han Solo on Tauntaun is $29.99 USD. Han Solo On Tauntaun is one of the most expensive Star Wars Lego sets.

There were a lot of collectors on the internet asking for this set. It looks like Lego was selling them online for a few years. But it seems to have been taken off the market in 2008, or at least that’s when they sold out. So be sure to get one if you can find one.

You can be assured that it’s not the most pretty set, but that the model itself is worth the cost. Even if there were only two sets that cost $250 or more – that one is still the most-expensive Star Wars set ever made.

4. Piper Airplane (LEGO Inside Tour Exclusive 2012 Edition)

Cost: $4,016

It seems to be an interesting lego set for a lot of reasons, but the most important one is the fact that it looks really cool.

It’s not the new airport but it’s the new version, and it’s the new version of the airport, so it’s a different airport. But, then there’s also a whole bunch of new planes, so there’s a bunch of airplanes that you can play on. So it’s nice.

If you really want to buy a watch and have a super-cool style sense, go for it. I really love the look of the Seiko SNKF660N, but the only reason that I’m listing it as a good watch is because the price is ridiculously low for it’s build quality.

3. TMNT Antonio’s Pizza-Rama (New York Comic-Con 2012 Exclusive)

Cost: $4,276

If you thought that you could build anything out of Lego, then you might just be able to build a food item.

The pizza itself is extremely expensive as it’s only done once a year. The pizza that they make for the ceremony is not made by the company that produces the pizza for the rest of the year, so the cost of it is much higher than the typical pizza on sale.

The new pizza slices could be compared to the new Yoda, the Eiffel Tower, and Darth Maul.

2. Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon

Cost: $4,530

The Millennium Falcon won the biggest Star Wars Lego set title on the planet is an absolute no-brainer.

This model is the second-largest Lego set in the world, just behind the Taj Mahal, and is made up of 5,174 pieces.
The second-largest Lego set in the world!

You’ll also find some awesome mini-figures of Darth Vader, Jabba the Hutt, Yoda, the Sandtrooper, and a Star Destroyer.

I would imagine that many Star Wars fans would love to be given a whole room full of different kinds of Lego to play with for hours.
It’s an opportunity for them to build something that they could potentially take home and display.
It would probably be a great gift for people who like to build things but might not have much space to do so.

1. H.C. Andersen’s Clumsy Hans (2015 Edition)

Cost: $7,375

Andersen’s classic story is the second book in the Hans Chronicles.

The sets were originally given to Lego Ambassadors for the launch of the Lego Friends franchise; many of them kept the sets, and others sold them on eBay for upwards of $100.

If you’re looking for a special item to make your collection look really good, then you’ve come to the right place. This set is an absolute must have for any Lego fan.


In our previous list of the 20 most expensive Lego sets in the world,
we had a lot of people asking for more. Well, the time has come!
Here are the 20 most expensive Lego sets in the world,
so you can finally get those expensive pieces you’ve been looking for!

 The Lego guy is really cute, but heâ€(tm)s not as good a cross-generational toy as the mini-figures of the new Star Wars movies.

The most expensive Lego set in the world is still being sold for a cool $13,700 at auction, and is still one of the largest Lego sets ever created. It’s currently on display at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

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