Which LEGO Sets are the Most Expensive on the Market?December 12, 2014
Did you grow up loving to build homes, cars, airplanes and other things with LEGOS? This very popular toy usually ranges from just a few dollars to about $100 for a very large set. However, some of the LEGO sets are quite a bit more expensive. Here’s a look at some of the most expensive LEGO sets found on the market.
Mobile Crane MK II – $220
This set of LEGOS comes from the Technic line and provides many complicated parts. It’s actually recommended for kids ages 11 to 16, which is quite abnormal for a LEGO set.
Star Wars Ewok Village – $250
It’s no real surprise that a Star Wars LEGO set would have a high price tag. This set is very expensive, but does come with a large assortment of mini-figurines with incredible detail.
Star Wars Sandcrawler – $300
Another Star Wars set making the list is known as one of the best sets out there. This set is hard to assemble because about 90% of the parts are brown. It also contains 2,500 pieces and it much like putting together a mosaic puzzle.
Sydney Opera House – $320
When this set is put together it resembles the Sydney Opera House quite well. It’s a very pricey set, but does provide something very unique.
Star Wars Death Star – $400
Star Wars certainly dominates this list and the Death Star has to be included. Many would consider this to be the largest and the msot expensive set, but not quite. However, it does have over 3,800 bricks.
Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon – $500
The most expensive LEGO set on the market today is the Millennium Falcon. This set is not exactly found on shelves anymore, however. It may have a MSRP of $500, but many collectors have paid as much as $1,200 for a sealed set.
These are the most expensive LEGO sets found today. Whether you love to collect or play with them, you can find plenty of fun from this list of expensive LEGO sets.