What is the rarest LEGO Minifigure series?

What is the rarest LEGO Minifigure series?

Following are the 5 rarest and most expensive LEGO Minifigures that have ever existed:

  1. The Boba Fett Collection.
  2. 14K Gold C-3PO – $10,000 to $15,000.
  3. Black Suit Superman – $2,117.
  4. LEGO Exclusive Minifigures Iron Man and Captain America – $1,900. (Photo: brickeconomy.com)
  5. LEGO Minifigure Series 10, Mr. Gold – $1,786.

What is the rarest minifigure in the world?

A gold reproduction of bounty hunter Boba Fett, from the original Star Wars trilogy, is the most expensive LEGO Minifigure ever made. Only two of these were produced by LEGO, in 2010.

What is the most popular LEGO Minifigure series?

The Most-popular LEGO Minifigures

  • Darth Vader (Amazon link)
  • Luke Skywalker (Amazon link)
  • Black Falcon (Amazon link)
  • 14K gold Boba Fett.
  • Mr.
  • Black Suit Superman.
  • Iron Man (2012 New York Toy Fair exclusive)
  • Captain America (2012 New York Toy Fair exclusive)

How many Mr gold LEGO Minifigures are there left?

5,000 Mr. Gold minifigures
There are only 5,000 Mr. Gold minifigures in existence. He is the second minifigure in the Minifigures theme that has a title name with a top hat, the first being Mr. Good and Evil.

How much is a minifigure worth?

Prices vary wildly, ranging anywhere from $500 to $1100, so it really comes down to how much you need to complete your Series 10 minifig collection and how much you’re willing to spend to do it.

Why are minifigures so expensive?

I would probably guess that the reason for the increase in price would be either the that Lego needs more diverse colors to create new printings on the minifigures, or that new minifig pieces(such as head pieces and accessories) are costing more to create and design.

What is the rarest minifigure in Series 21?

It goes without saying that the Centaur Warrior represents tremendous value, and will be highly sought after. I think she will be the most popular/rarest minifigure as I and everyone else who wants to build a Centaur army can now do so cheaply, and easily.

What was the first LEGO Minifigure?

Police Officer Minifigure
The first ever LEGO Minifigure was the Police Officer Minifigure, introduced in 1978.

Why are there no black LEGO Minifigures?

The unnatural shade is intended to set Lego minifigures apart from a specific segment of humanity. “They’re designed to be citizens of the world,” says Michael McNally senior manager of brand relations for Lego. “The intent is for kids to project their own stories and identity into this figure.”

How rare is Mr Gold?

The only sole minifigure to make this list, Mr Gold was originally available in 2013 for just $2.99. However, it is extremely rare as only 5,000 were ever made, sending the value up to $1,506.47.

Can you still find Mr Gold?

If you would like to try your luck finding your own LEGO Mr. Gold minifigure they are now officially released and should be available at all LEGO stores, Toys’R’Us stores, Target, Wal-Mart, and wherever else the Collectible Minifigure Series are regularly carried.

How much should a Lego minifigure cost?

How many Lego Minifigures are there in Series 11?

With 16 all-new, special minifigures in Series 11, the LEGO® Minifigure Collection continues to grow. Each minifigure comes in a sealed “mystery” bag with its own special accessories, display plate and collector’s booklet.

How much are Lego series 10 minifigs worth?

Series 10: Mr. Gold Exclusive: ~$500 – $1100 In 2010, recognizing how popular their little figures had become, LEGO introduced a set of 16 collectible minifigs, sealed in opaque plastic bags so no one could tell what figure was inside. The new minifigs included a caveman, a ninja, a robot, and a nurse.

How often do they make new minifigures?

Since then, new minifig series are released every year. Series 10, released in 2013, featured an exclusive gold chrome plated figure known as Mr. Gold. This top hat and monocle-wearing, jewel-topped cane-carrying figure became the mascot of the series.

How many Marvel minifigs did Lego give out at Toy Fair 2012?

At LEGO’s exclusive collectors preview party during Toy Fair 2012, the company handed out 125 special edition minifigs of Marvel Comics’ Iron Man and Captain America.