6 Most Expensive Lego Sets for November 2021


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In November, the leader of the list of 6 most expensive Lego sets of all time changed

The demand for prefabricated toys, both for children and adults, has become truly global this past November. The story of a month ago continues: even exclusive Lego products disappear from store shelves. This happens due to the fact that the Danish manufacturer wisely took advantage of the traditional Christmas shopping season. For November, the offer of such fantastic novelties, which construction fans simply could not refuse, was decisive. Western bloggers say that LEGO forced construction enthusiasts to spend an average amount on the purchase of sets in November 2021, which they have never shelled out before.

Against the background of the fact that the cost of each new Lego constructor is growing by leaps and bounds, this result in itself looks phenomenal. The unprecedented excitement significantly affected the list of the most expensive designers. Today, the first 3 lines are confidently occupied by the designers of the most popular Star Wars line. Moreover, the kit became the leader, the official sales of which will start only on November 26 this year, on the so-called “Black Friday”.

So who’s on November’s list of the most expensive Lego bricks of all time?

1st place: 75313 LEGO Star Wars “AT-AT”

1st place: 75313 LEGO Star Wars

Looks like one of the symbols of the Galactic Empire featured in the latest set 75313 LEGO Star Wars AT-AT, will be remembered as a stunning project in all respects. A scale model of incredible size, stunning detail, and a shocking price tag of almost $800 ($799.99/€799.99) took the lead.

In terms of the number of parts, this constructor is 2000 “bricks” ahead of the third set on today’s list (Star Destroyer), but inferior to the second (Millennium Falcon) at 756 bricks. However, it is clear that in terms of content it surpasses its predecessors. A huge model with adjustable legs, ample interior space and a fairly wide array of minifigures make it stand out from all the other replica “star” vehicles ever designed by Lego designers.

2nd place: 75192 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon

2nd place: 75192 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon

Constructor 75192 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon is released now at the same price (799.99 US dollars / 799.99 euros) as the new leader of the “best-of” list. But why did the Danish company’s objectively largest set in terms of the amount of building material fall to second place? This placement was most likely influenced by the fact that its price in the UK is £649.99, and the price of 75313 LEGO Star Wars AT-AT, even after the reduction announced there, is £699.99.

In general, the model from this set also earned high praise among fans, because the original copy of the Corellian cargo starship is very realistic and well detailed due to the impressive dimensions of the aircraft.

3rd place: 75252 LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer

3rd place: 75252 LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer

Kit 75252 LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer refers to another impressive project by the designers of the Danish company. The meter model perfectly copies the on-screen prototype and reflects the formidable destroyer with all the details and elements characteristic of it. Without this giant starship, no Star Wars themed collection is complete.

However, for many, the set remains just a pipe dream due to the high cost: now the designer can be bought for 649.99 pounds sterling / 699.99 US dollars / 699.99 euros.

4th place: 10294 LEGO Titanic

4th place: 10294 LEGO Titanic

The next set of three favorites 10294 LEGO Titanic also destined for the fate of inaccessible to most fans of prefabricated toys. Designed for adult buyers, the designer allows you to build a truly collectible model. It is rightfully recognized as the most accurate copy of the legendary liner.

In terms of detailing the shape and design of the ship, reflecting deck arrangements and service compartments, as well as the interior of passenger cabins and common areas, nothing like this has yet been created. It is not surprising that the 1.35-meter-long Titanic costs a lot of money: the huge model is offered to the British for 569.99 pounds, to the Americans for 629.99 dollars, and to the Europeans for 629.99 euros.

5th place: 10276 LEGO Colosseum

5th place: 10276 LEGO Colosseum

The famous architectural structure of ancient Rome, recreated from the details of the set 10276 LEGO Colosseum, won the hearts of fans on many continents of our planet. When this construction set first appeared on store shelves, it became the largest in the category of “Lego sets of all time” in terms of the number of parts and, accordingly, the price.

Over the past time, the original designer has somewhat lost to competitors in the fight for the title of “most-most”, but it still remains among the expensive kits. You can now purchase it for £449.99 or $549.99 or €499.99.

6th place: 42131 LEGO Technic Cat D11 Bulldozer

6th place: 42131 LEGO Technic Cat D11 Bulldozer

Large model of road construction equipment from the constructor 42131 LEGO Technic Cat D11 Bulldozer is recognized as nothing more than a real miracle in the “world of cubes.” And this is not an exaggeration at all. The powerful bulldozer is copied from a real German prototype with careful study in all details and elements typical of the original.

The realism of the model is given not only by motorization, which allows remote control of this colossus. The main advantage of the prefabricated equipment is in the inherent gaming potential – its creators managed to endow the bulldozer with many functions that help to perform the operations that a real prototype performs.

The set is available at retail for £419.99/$449.99/€449.99. He closes the list of the most expensive designers of the Danish manufacturer for November 2021.

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