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Top 30+ Most Expensive LEGO Sets in the World

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LEGO is known all over the world, it is a quality product that entertains children and adults alike and for some it is seen as an investment, a set can cost $199.99 RRP and in years to come be worth thousands! We have produced a list of the most expensive LEGO sets in the world.

All of the valuations have been taken as new/sealed using the data from Brick Economy, this is the most accurate data available as they take open and sold listings in to account over multiple selling platforms for their valuations.

32. LEGO Yoda Wearing “NY I HEART Shirt” (YODA-01) – $1,000

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LEGO Set YODA-01 Yoda Wearing “NY I HEART Shirt” Details

Set Number: YODA-01
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2013
No. Pieces: 3
No. Minifigures: 1

RRP: Promo (Free)
Current Value: $1,000

LEGO Yoda Description

This fun LEGO Yoda Minifigure (YODA-01) is a LEGO Minifigure or LEGO Star Wars collectors dream to own. These LEGO Yoda Minifigures were given away at two events, this was at a New York toy fair in 2013, and at Times Square Star Wars promotional event.

This minifigure was given out as a promotional offer and the lucky people who received this collectors edition Yoda minifigure can expect to get offers in the region of $1,000!

This minifigure is made up from three pieces (legs, torso and head), the legs and torso are just generic pieces and the head is what you would expect with a Yoda minifigure. What makes this minifigure so special is the exclusivity of it, the words “NY I Heart” are printed on the torso which is exactly how Yoda would say he loved New York.

31. LEGO UCS Rebel Snowspeeder (10129) – $1,007

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LEGO Set 10129 UCS Rebel Snowspeeder Details

Set Number: 10129
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2003
No. Pieces: 1457
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $129.99
Current Value: $1,007

LEGO UCS Rebel Snowspeeder Description

The LEGO UCS (Ultimate Collectors Edition) Rebel Snowspeeder (10129) is a much loved set amongst the LEGO Star Wars community, this set was released in 2003 and was retired in 2005.

This set did not include any minifigures which is a shame seeing the set had features that would be have been perfect to place a Rebel minifigure in, an example of this is the cockpit which is on a hinge. They did not shy away with pieces on this set either, its a big build made up from 1457 pieces and with the dimensions of 57.6 x 38.4 x 9.6 cm.

Not only is this set feature rich they have kept it to scale too. With the success of the UCS Rebel Snowspeeder set LEGO released a more affordable smaller Rebel Snowspeeder (in production between 2004 to 2005), this was the LEGO Rebel Snowspeeder (4500) set which was made from 214 pieces and included 3 minifigures.

30. LEGO Taj Mahal (10189) – $1,077

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LEGO Set 10189 Taj Mahal Details

Set Number: 10189
Theme: Creator Expert
Year Released: 2008
No. Pieces: 5922
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $299.99
Current Value: $1,077

LEGO Taj Mahal Description

Firstly it has to be said this LEGO set is just massive, at the time of release this was one of the biggest sets LEGO had ever produced, even to this day it sits at the 7th biggest set which is quite impressive considering it was released 14 years ago!

This set does not include any minifigures it is all about the build, it is part of the LEGO Creator Expert theme whose sets are often known to not include minifigures.

If you are interested in seeing this masterpiece come to life you can check out the YouTube video below.

29. LEGO Super Star Destroyer (10221) – $1,090

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LEGO Set 10221 Super Star Destroyer Details

Set Number: 10221
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2011
Year Retired: 2014
No. Pieces: 3152
No. Minifigures: 5

RRP: $399.99
Current Value: $1,090

LEGO Super Star Destroyer Description

Any fan of Star Wars will recognise the iconic imperial warship that featured in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. LEGO have managed to create a sleek but detailed set and with the 3152 pieces you can bet there are a lot of small bricks used to make up the Super Star Destroyer.

This set features 5 minifigures, 3 of these are unique to this set too which increases their value. At this present moment all 5 minifigures are worth just over $100 alone (this is included in the $1,090).

LEGO Super Star Destroyer Minifigures

  1. Admiral Firmus Piett (SW0352) – $35
  2. Bossk (SW0280) – $21
  3. Darth Vader (SW0277) – $19
  4. Dengar (SW0350) – $19
  5. IG-88 (SW0351) – $12

28. LEGO Mini-Figure (3723) – $1,386

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LEGO Set 3723 Mini-Figure Details

Set Number: 3723
Theme: Model Making
Year Released: 2000
Year Retired: 2002
No. Pieces: 1849

RRP: $139.99
Current Value: $1,386

LEGO Mini-Figure Description

This is a one of a kind minifigure, with the dimensions standing at 65.2cm tall its huge in comparison to a traditional LEGO minifigure.

LEGO have kept to the traditional colours of a minifigure, it is plain in style but not lacking in creativity and uniqueness.

27. LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer (10030) – $1,543

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LEGO Set 10030 Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer Details

Set Number: 10030
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2002
Year Retired: 2007
No. Pieces: 3096
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $269.99
Current Value: $1,543

LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer Description

The LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer (10030) set is a perfect set for any fans of LEGO Star Wars or the Star Wars movies.

With no playability features this set was designed to be a showpiece or a collectors item, not to be played with.

The set was in production for 5 years and grew to be incredibly popular, Brick Economy state the value of this set increases 9% each year!

26. LEGO Crusaders King’s Mountain Fortress (6081) – $1,750

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LEGO Set 6081 Crusaders King’s Mountain Fortress Details

Set Number: 6081
Theme: Castle
Year Released: 1990
Year Retired: 2007
No. Pieces: 435
No. Minifigures: 8

RRP: $58
Current Value: $1,750

LEGO Crusaders King’s Mountain Fortress Description

This set is perfect for any LEGO Castle fans or collectors, the King’s Mountain Fortress was the first LEGO Castle set to use a raised baseplate which is one reason why this is a such a sought after set.

It only consists of 435 pieces which is mainly due to the lessened variety of LEGO bricks in 1990 that there is today in 2022. You will notice the set uses a lot of bricks and the hill is a plastic mould.

LEGO Crusaders King’s Mountain Fortress Minifigures

This set came with 8 minifigures (7 are unique to this set), these were:

  1. Armored Knight with Breastplate (cas170) – $49
  2. Armored Knight with Breastplate (cas171) – $15
  3. 2x Crusader Axe Solider (cas112) – $19
  4. Ghost (gen002) – $16
  5. Maiden (cas097) – $37
  6. 2x Crusader Archer (cas147) – $11

25. LEGO Star Wars Rebel Blockade Runner (10019) – $1,750

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LEGO Set 10019 Star Wars Rebel Blockade Runner Details

Set Number: 10019
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2001
Year Retired: 2003
No. Pieces: 1747
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $199.99
Current Value: $1,750

LEGO Rebel Blockade Runner Description

The Star Wars Rebel Blockade Runner set will peak the interest of LEGO enthusiast’s but a lot of Star Wars fans have issues with the scale of this build.

The set does not include any minifigures, if you want this set just make sure you have a lot of space to store it.

24. LEGO LEGOLAND Han Solo On Tauntaun (LLCA53) – $1,850

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LEGO Set LLCA53 LEGOLAND Han Solo On Tauntaun Details

Set Number: LLCA53
Theme: LEGOLAND
Year Released: 2011
Year Retired: 2011
No. Pieces: 336
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $1,850

LEGO LEGOLAND Han Solo On Tauntaun Description

This exclusive set was given out to Ambassador pass holders at LEGOLAND California on July 30th, 2011. Due to its rarity Brick Economy state there’s a 38.40% annual growth.

This set would be a great addition to any LEGO Star Wars or Han Solo fans.

23. LEGO H.C. Andersen’s Clumsy Hans (4000020) – $1,855

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LEGO Set 4000020 LEGO H.C. Andersen’s Clumsy Hans Details

Set Number: 4000020
Theme: Miscellaneous
Year Released: 2015
Year Retired: 2015
No. Pieces: 714
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $1,855

LEGO H.C. Andersen’s Clumsy Hans Description

This set was based on a fairy tale written by the famous storywriter H.C. Andersen, this set would be a great gift for any LEGO collector or fairy tale lover.

This exclusive set was given out to Ambassador pass holders at LEGOLAND Florida in 2015. Due to its rarity Brick Economy state there’s a 31.20% annual growth.

22. LEGO Star Wars Darth Maul Bust (10018) – $1,994

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LEGO Set 10018 Star Wars Darth Maul Bust Details

Set Number: 10018
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2001
Year Retired: 2002
No. Pieces: 1868
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $149.99
Current Value: $1,994

LEGO Star Wars Darth Maul Bust Description

Here we have Darth Maul, the first bust in the LEGO Star Wars theme. This set was very popular and was that of many other Star Wars busts.

Any LEGO Star Wars fan will be happy to have this Darth Maul set in their collection!

21. LEGO Milk Truck (1952) – $2,000

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LEGO Set 1952 Milk Truck Details

Set Number: 1952
Theme: Town
Year Released: 1989
No. Pieces: 133
No. Minifigures: 1

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $2,000

LEGO Milk Truck Description

You will likely not be surprised to see another promotional LEGO set on the most expensive LEGO sets list, this promotional release was with MD Foods which is a food distributor in Denmark.

LEGO Milk Truck Minifigures

This set included 2 minifigures (1 unique):

  1. Male with plain white torso (pln111) – $14
  2. MD Foods male (mdf001) – $85 (unique)

20. LEGO Lion Knights King’s Castle (6080) – $2,236

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LEGO Set 6080 Lion Knights King’s Castle Details

Set Number: 6080
Theme: Castle
Year Released: 1984
No. Pieces: 674
No. Minifigures: 12

RRP: $52.75
Current Value: $2,236

LEGO Lion Knights King’s Castle Description

I have a lot of great childhood memories of this set, sitting at 674 pieces, 12 minifigures and 4 horses it was the perfect set for any child or adult who loved Medieval architecture and actually playing with LEGO.

LEGO Lion Knights King’s Castle Minifigures

This set included 12 minifigures (4 unique):

  1. Knight with Breastplate (CAS192) – $12 (unique)
  2. Knight with Breastplate (CAS193) – $12 (unique)
  3. Knight with Breastplate (CAS190) – $5 (unique)
  4. Knight with Breastplate (CAS414) – $13 (unique)
  5. 4x Crusader Axe Soldier (CAS108) – $10 each
  6. 4x Crusader Lion Soldier (CAS222) – $11 each

19. LEGO Grand Carousel (10196) – $2,272

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LEGO Set 10196 Grand Carousel Details

Set Number: 10196
Theme: Creator Expert
Year Released: 2009
Year Retired: 2010
No. Pieces: 3263
No. Minifigures: 9

RRP: $249.99
Current Value: $2,272

LEGO Grand Carousel Description

We do not see LEGO produce many sets like this, it is a stunning LEGO set and well deserved to be no this list. It is a big set made from 3263 pieces (dimensions 58.2 x 48 x 9.1 cm) and was only in production for about 10 months so unfortunately quite short lived too

Sit your minifigure down for a ride, stand back and turn on the motor just like a real carousel operator would.

LEGO Grand Carousel Minifigures

This set included 9 minifigures, all are unique to this set:

  1. Carousel Operator (twn080) – $5
  2. Boy in Overalls (twn088) – $5
  3. Girl in Overalls (twn086) – $5
  4. Male in Plaid Button Shirt (twd081) – $2
  5. Female (twn083) – $8
  6. Male in Red Shirt (twn084) – $8
  7. Male in Red Shirt (twn085) – $3
  8. Surfboard on Ocean (twn087) – $4
  9. Yellow Flowers (twn082) – $4

18. LEGO Castle Giant Chess Set (852293) – $2,406

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LEGO Set 852293 Castle Giant Chess Set Details

Set Number: 852293
Theme: Gear
Year Released: 2008
No. Pieces: 2292
No. Minifigures: 33

RRP: $249.99
Current Value: $2,406

LEGO Castle Giant Chess Set Description

This is a must have for any LEGO and/or Chess lover, this unique set will make any chess game exciting!

17. LEGO System House (4000034) – $2,451

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LEGO Set 4000034 The LEGO System House Details

Set Number: 4000034
Theme: Miscellaneous – LEGO Inside Tour
Year Released: 2019
No. Minifigures: 10

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $2,451

The LEGO System House Set Description

This set was given out to few lucky people that attended the LEGO Inside Tour in 2019 and with its rarity there’s not a lot of information about it online either. This set also features 10 flags with 10 minifigures that represent the flags countries.

16. LEGO Commemorative Limited Edition Batman Announcement (DC01) – $2,500

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LEGO Set DC01 Commemorative Limited Edition Batman Announcement Details

Set Number: 852293
Theme: Batman
Year Released: 2005
No. Pieces: 13
No. Minifigures: 2

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $2,500

LEGO Commemorative Limited Edition Batman Announcement Description

With on 250 of these sets in the world this promotional LEGO Batman set is up there on exclusivity, with just 13 pieces it roughly equates to each piece being worth $192 each!

The set was given away to people at the San Diego Comic Convention in 2005, LEGO set DC01 marked the beginning of the LEGO Batman theme.

LEGO Commemorative Limited Edition Batman Announcement Minifigures

Two minifigures were included with this set:

  1. Batman (bat002) – $17
  2. The Joker (bat005) – $42

15. LEGO The LEGOLAND Train (4000014) – $2,617

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LEGO Set 4000014 The LEGOLAND Train Details

Set Number: 4000014
Theme: Miscellaneous – LEGO Inside Tour
Year Released: 2014
No. Pieces: 548
No. Minifigures: 7

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $2,617

LEGO The LEGOLAND Train Description

This set was given out to 80 lucky people who attended the LEGO Inside Tour in 2014, these types of sets are perfect for LEGO collectors. The train at LEGOLAND already looks like it is made from LEGO which makes this sets designed incredibly effective.

LEGO The LEGOLAND Train Minifigures

This set featured 7 minifigures:

  1. Boy (gen059) – $6
  2. Female Attendant (gen062) – $10
  3. LEGOLAND Train Operator (gen058) – $24
  4. Man in Plaid Button Shirt (gen064) – $9
  5. Female (gen060) – $6
  6. Male (gen063) – $6
  7. Girl (gen061) – $4

14. LEGO Star Was Death Star II (10143) – $2,644

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LEGO Set 10143 Star Wars Death Star II Details

Set Number: 10143
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2005
Year Retired: 2007
No. Pieces: 3441
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $269.99
Current Value: $2,644

LEGO Star Wars Death Star II Description

This set is arguably one of the best LEGO Star Wars sets produced and it is adored by LEGO collectors and fans of the Star Wars movies. The set is incredibly detailed, a lot of time and care was taken in to getting the intricate details right.

If you have the money and the room for this set you will not be disappointed.

13. LEGO Pirates Black Seas Barracuda (6285) – $2,667

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LEGO Set 6285 Pirates Black Seas Barracuda Details

Set Number: 6285
Theme: Pirates
Year Released: 1989
No. Pieces: 909
No. Minifigures: 8

RRP: $109.99
Current Value: $2,667

LEGO Pirates Black Seas Barracuda Description

LEGO Pirates are personally one of my favourite themes and this one is no exception to that. The Black Seas Barracuda set (6285) released in 1989 set the path for many more ships to be released in the future.

LEGO set 6285 had the perfect balance of construction and playability.

LEGO Pirates Black Seas Barracuda Minifigures

This set included 8 minfigures:

  1. Captain Redbeard (pi055) – $23
  2. Pirate (pi021) – $20
  3. Bo-sun Will (pi073) – $15
  4. Pirate (pi005) – $8
  5. Pirate First Mate Rummy (pi009) – $7
  6. Pirate Female (pi056) – $15
  7. Pirate (pi040) – $7
  8. Pirate (pi042) – $11

12. LEGO Maersk Line Container Lorry (1651-2) – $2,694

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LEGO Set 1651-2 Maersk Line Container Lorry Details

Set Number: 1651-2
Theme: Town
Year Released: 1980
No. Pieces: 305
No. Minifigures: 1

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $2,694

LEGO Maersk Line Container Lorry Description

This set was given out as a promotional release with the Maersk Line in Denmark. Look closely and you will see the headlights are stickers rather than plates which shows the age of this set.

This historic set would be the perfect addition to any LEGO City or Town collection, especially with the unique double backed trailer.

LEGO Maersk Line Container Lorry Minifigures

This set included just 1 unique minifigure:

  1. Male in Red Jacket (jred013) – $35

11. LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon (10179) – $2,719

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LEGO Set 10179 Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon Details

Set Number: 10179
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2007
Year Retired: 2009
No. Pieces: 5197
No. Minifigures: 5

RRP: $499.99
Current Value: $2719

LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon Description

You may of noticed a trend on this list of Most Expensive LEGO Sets… Star Wars is very popular!

This is a beast of a set, collections of the other UCS sets need to have this as part of their collection but be prepared to have a lot of spare to store it (dimensions 65.2 x 48 x 19.2 cm).

LEGO Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon Minifigures

This set included 5 minifigures, 1 of these are unique:

  1. Chewbacca (sw0011a) – $4
  2. Han Solo (sw0179) – $10
  3. Luke Skywalker (sw0176) – $11
  4. Obi-Wan Kenobi (sw0174) – $17 – Unique
  5. Princess Leia (sw0175) – $14

10. LEGO Eiffel Tower (10181) – $2,735

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LEGO Set 10181 Eiffel Tower Details

Set Number: 10181
Theme: Creator Expert
Year Released: 2007
Year Retired: 2009
No. Pieces: 3428
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $199.99
Current Value: $2,735

LEGO Eiffel Tower Description

If you live or love Paris the LEGO Eiffel Tower set is going to of interest to you, the tower is made from 3428 pieces and will give even the experienced LEGO builder a challenge. Standing at nearly 4 feet this set is one that you will be proud of.

9. LEGO Café Corner (10182) – $2,917

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LEGO Set 10182 Café Corner Details

Set Number: 10182
Theme: Creator Expert
Year Released: 2007
Year Retired: 2009
No. Pieces: 2056
No. Minifigures: 3

RRP: $139.99
Current Value: $2,917

LEGO Café Corner Description

The first but by no means least LEGO Modular building in our Most Expensive LEGO Sets list, the set has a beautiful design which as led to many people designing alternate or modification builds of the Café Corner set.

This is incredibly popular among the LEGO City and LEGO Modular community.

LEGO Café Corner Minifigures

This set includes 3 minifigures, all are unique to this set:

  1. Male in Black Vest (twn041) – $8
  2. Female (twn040) – $21
  3. Female (pln113) – $21

8. LEGO Toy Fair 2005 Star Wars V.I.P. Gala Set (TF05) – $3,274

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LEGO Set TF05 Toy Fair 2005 Star Wars V.I.P. Gala Set Details

Set Number: TF05
Theme: Star Wars
Year Released: 2005
No. Pieces: 53
No. Minifigures: 3

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $3,274

LEGO Toy Fair 2005 Star Wars V.I.P. Gala Set Description

In 2005 this promotional set was given to the 55 people who were invited by LEGO to the V.I.P Gala at the International Toy Fair in New York.

LEGO Toy Fair 2005 Star Wars V.I.P. Gala Set Minifigures

This set included 3 minifigures:

  1. Anakin Skywalker (sw0139) – $15
  2. Darth Vader Episode 3 (sw0138) – $30
  3. Medical Droid (sw0144) – $23

7. LEGO Market Street (10190) – $3,300

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LEGO Set 10190 Market Street Details

Set Number: 10190
Theme: Factory
Year Released: 2007
No. Pieces: 1248
No. Minifigures: 3

RRP: $89.99
Current Value: $3,300

LEGO Market Street Description

You may not have heard of the Factory theme before but here one is, this is a modular building that connects to other modular sets that LEGO have produced such as Town Hall (10224). This was released shortly after the Café Corner was released so if you loved that set this will fit in well (if you can afford them both!).

LEGO Market Street Minifigures

This set included 3 unique minifigures:

  1. Male in Dark Blue Jacket (twn045) – $15
  2. Female (twn044) – $20
  3. Male in Green Overalls (ovr032) – $16

6. LEGO Pirates Skull’s Eye Schooner (6286) – $3,500

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LEGO Set 6286 Pirates Skull’s Eye Schooner Details

Set Number: 6286
Theme: Pirates
Year Released: 1993
No. Pieces: 912
No. Minifigures: 9

RRP: $126.50
Current Value: $3,500

LEGO Pirates Skull’s Eye Schooner Description

The largest ship in the LEGO Pirates theme and what fun it is to build and play with, it also looks stunning as a showpiece.

This set is known by two names, in the US it is the Pirates Skull’s Eye Schooner and EU it is Pirates The Black Skull.

LEGO Pirates Skull’s Eye Schooner Minifigures

This set includes 9 minifigures, 2 of these are unique:

  1. Captain Redbeard (pi055) – $23
  2. Pirate (pi021) – $20
  3. Bo-sun Will (pi073) – $15
  4. Pirate (pi006) – $22 – Unique
  5. Pirate (pi080) – $7
  6. Pirate (pi053) – $66 – Unique
  7. Female Pirate (pi056) – $15
  8. Gonzo Goldbar Pirate (pi028) – $17
  9. Pirate (pi040) – $7

5. LEGO LECA Automobile (LIT2005) – $3,673

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LEGO Set LIT2005 LECA Automobile Details

Set Number: LIT2005
Theme: Special Edition – Miscellaneous
Year Released: 2005
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $3,673

LEGO LECA Automobile Description

Fancy a LEGO car? This would be a great set for any LEGO Speed Champion collectors to diversify their sets. This set was given out to lucky attendees to the LEGO Inside Tour in 2005.

4. LEGO Statue of Liberty (3450) – $4,585

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LEGO Set 3450 Statue of Liberty Details

Set Number: 3450
Theme: Creator Expert
Year Released: 2000
Year Retired: 2002
No. Pieces: 2882
No. Minifigures: 0

RRP: $199
Current Value: $4,585

LEGO Statue of Liberty Description

For those of you who live in the United States be prepared to be amazed once you see this LEGO Statue of Liberty set built, the use of light green bricks with the astounding design work brings it to life.

3. LEGO Airport Shuttle (6399) – $4,974

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LEGO Set 6399 Airport Shuttle Details

Set Number: 6399
Theme: Town
Year Released: 1990
No. Pieces: 767
No. Minifigures: 9

RRP: $139.99
Current Value: $4,974

LEGO Airport Shuttle Description

Go back to 1990 and this what LEGO was all about, simple, fun but effective. Add this on to your airport and create yourself a exciting way to travel between your LEGO City sets.

LEGO Airport Shuttle Minifigures

This set includes 9 minifigures, 6 of these are unque

  1. Airport Worker (air005) – $3
  2. Pilot (air002) – $8
  3. Male (hor013) – $12 – Unique
  4. Female with Red Necklace (ncklc007) – $48 – Unique
  5. Passenger (par049) – $9 – Unique
  6. Chef (tm091) – $5 – Unique
  7. Conductor (tm068) – $8
  8. Trucker (tm068) – $8 – Unique
  9. Female (ver011) – $4 – Unique

2. LEGO Piper Airplane (4000012) – $5,380

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LEGO Set 4000012 Piper Airplane Details

Set Number: 4000012
Theme: LEGO Inside Tour – Miscellaneous
Year Released: 2012
No. Pieces: 795

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $5,380

LEGO Piper Airplane Description

This exclusive promotional LEGO set was handed out to attendees of the 2012 LEGO Inside Tour and if you were one of them I bet you are happy with it being number 2 in our Most Expensive LEGO Sets list, from $0 to $5,380 in just 10 years, and it will not stop there.

1. LEGO Moulding Machines (4000001) – $6,733

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LEGO Set 4000001 Moulding Machines Details

Set Number: 4000001
Theme: LEGO Inside Tour – Miscellaneous
Year Released: 2011
No. Pieces: 795

RRP: Promotional
Current Value: $6,733

LEGO Moulding Machines Description

You made it to number 1 in our Most Expensive LEGO Sets list, are you surprised to see the LEGO Moulding Machines set at the top with being worth not far off $7,000! This LEGO set was given out to 68 lucky attendees for the LEGO Inside Tour in 2011.

The set is incredibly unique and clearly stands out amongst all the other LEGO Inside Tour sets that were given out at the end of the tours. It is a genius idea to have the old and new moulding machines, this set represents the growth and success LEGO have work hard to get which only adds to the rarity and exclusiveness of the set which ultimately will continue to push the value higher and higher.

Conclusion

I hope you found this post useful and interesting to read as it was for me to write, were there any sets in the list that were surprised to see or perhaps were there some you sets you thought may make it on our list?

Unsurprisingly the LEGO exclusive and promotional sets appeared a lot on the list and I am excited to see what new sets LEGO give out on the future LEGO Inside Tours and events. LEGO is fun but there are some serious collectors out there who would pay good money to have an exclusive set in their collection and its great for the lucky individuals who receive the gifted sets too.

To conclude, LEGO have produces hundreds of sets over the years but very few will reach a value such as ones of this list and as LEGO gets bigger we will see more mass production which reduces the “rarity” factor that drives the value of sets up. In the future I expect to see the promotional and exclusive sets to increase in value even more than we have seen in the past.

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Hey, I am Matthew Mitchell and I am an AFOL from the UK. I have been fascinated by LEGO since I was a child. My two children are in love with LEGO and it's because of them that my interest in LEGO continued to grow, this is how I fell in to the rabbit hole of LEGO MOCs. With every new LEGO MOC I saw I became just a bit more addicted to the endless possibilities that LEGO offers. This led me to creating Belle-Ve Bricks, a platform where talented LEGO designers can share their work with the world.
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