Here are some of the most expensive Lego Series ever

Game news – Not only unique and fun to assemble and play, Lego also keeps a lot of stories stored in each collector. One of them is the Lego series with a pretty amazing price.

In the toy universe, Lego belongs to a fairly high caste among other toy brands. Having a lot of looks and variety makes Lego soaring into one of the favorite toys that no age eaten. Lego itself comes from Denmark and to date has 600 billion parts Lego sold worldwide.

The true Lego is the “unloading” toy that has various shapes and colors that can be shaped into millions of other more complex and complex forms. Lego itself has a variety of series, ranging from children to adults, simple series like Firefighter, House and Buildings, Space, Pirates, to a very complicated series such as Batman series, Pirates Carribean, Harry Potter, Star Wars, and many others.

Among the various series, there is also a series series that has a high aesthetic value so crowned as Lego series is priced high enough, 5 of which are:

1 Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon – £2,712 (Rp 59 Million)

Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon is a Lego set of 5,195 Star Wars-themed parts released in July 2007 and priced at $ 500.00. Inside include miniature Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia. The length of 84 cm, width 56cm, and 21cm height ligapoker88 make this series is one series that has a level of difficulty high enough in the assembly.

 

2. 2Cafe Corner – £2,096 (Rp 45,5 Million).

Café Corner is a modular form of building model of Lego which contains about 2.056 parts released in 2007. It is said modular because Cafe Corner can be released even though it is shaped intact building. This series consists of 3 minifigure, a cafe downstairs, and the hotel on the top floor. This series can be combined with Green Grocer, Market Street, Fire Bridge series, and many other series which if all together will be a unified module named Street Layout.

 

3 Taj Mahal – £1,848 (Rp 40,1 Million)

The Taj Mahal is an Exclusives Sculptures set released in 2008. Designed specifically for children ages 14 and older (usually Lego for ages 4 and up) and is the largest set ever made by Lego with a total of 5,922 pieces. Designed after the original Taj Mahal building located in Agra, India and built around the years 1632 to 1653, this set is devoted to display only and not for toys because of its enormous size and elegant features.

 

4 Death Star II – £1,524 (Rp 33,1 Million)

Death Star II is a lego part of Ultimate Collector’s Series Star Wars series released in 2005. Consisting of 3,449 parts Death Star II is made of quadanium steel and is divided into 2 hemispheres, which can be broken down into 12 zones. This model is based on a super weapon from the Star Wars Universe, named Death Star 2 900km in diameter, has all the features and advantages of Death Star I, and certainly more sophisticated and powerful.

 

5 Imperial Star Destroyer – £1,467 (Rp 31,8 Million)

Imperial Star Destroyer is a Star Wars set model released in 2002. It is still part of Ultimate Collector’s Series set, at that time Lego is the biggest model until finally shifted by Death Star II. This model consists of Imperial Star Destroyer and Mini Rebel Blockade Runner, Rebel Blockade Runner and Star Destroyer models can be used for their re-opening of the Star Wars Episode IV opening scenes: A New Hope. This whole model has 3104 parts.