Got boxes of Lego stashed away in your home? Well you might want to start rifling through them if you want to make some serious cash!
Experts have revealed the pieces and and figurines that could be worth serious cash - and say they just might be lurking in your collection. And with some pieces worth between $1,500 and $15,000, it’s definitely worth your time and effort to have a thorough look.
So what are the most valuable? We talk you through the most in-demand pieces ...
1. The Gold Man
There are 5,000 in existence - and they’re hugely in demand! Released in 2013 in ‘Blind Bags' from series 10, these Mr Gold figurines are very popular with many collectors desperate to get their hands on one. And while there are plenty of replicas on eBay, an authentic Mr Gold can fetch more than $1,500. Do you have one hiding away?
2. The Star Wars Darth Vader Helmet
Released in 1999 for just a few months, this piece is seriously valuable. If you have it in your collection, you stand to make $US500 - or more than $AUD700!
3. 14-Carat Gold Figurine
With only two of these 14-carat gold Lego figurines ever made, it’s no surprise that they’re incredibly lucrative. They’re currently valued at around $15,000 - but no-one really knowing WHO is in possession of the super rare items. Are they stashed away in YOUR collection?
4. 48 x 48 Green Baseplate
Most families would have a selection of baseplates in their collections - but do you have THIS particular sizing? Last produced in 2011, the 48 x 48 green baseplate is in high demand due to the fact that it’s quiet rare. If you have one, you could stand to make hundreds. Yesssss!
5. The Sand Green Corner Brick
It’s tiny - but the Sand Green Corner Brick (2 x 2) one of the most in-demand pieces. Released in 2000 for two years only, it’s now valued at $US80. Woah!