What is the rarest Lego figure of all time?

What is the rarest Lego figure of all time?

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 coolest Lego figure?

Trust us, after this list you’re going to want them all!

  1. Alien Villainess.
  2. Boba Fett.
  3. Hot Dog Man.
  4. Batgirl.
  5. Knightmare Batman.
  6. C-3PO.
  7. Medusa. Medusa was available in LEGO’s Series 10 batch of minifigures and this might just be one of the coolest LEGO figures of all time.

What is the oldest Lego figure?

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

What are the Lego action figures called?

A Lego minifigure, commonly referred to as a minifig, is a small plastic articulated figurine produced by Danish toy manufacturer The Lego Group.

What are the rarest Lego mini figures?

Without further adieu, here are the rarest LEGO minifigures of all time:

  • Solid 18k White Gold R2-D2. rarest_lego_minifigures.
  • San Diego Comic Con Boba Fett Trio. daniel_risis.
  • 14k Gold C-3PO.
  • 2012 Toy Fair Captain America and Iron Man.
  • Gold C-3PO.
  • LEGO x NASA Alien Frame.
  • Red Sox Minifig.
  • Any SDCC or NYCC Exclusives.

What is the most valuable Ninjago minifigure?

Top Ten Most Expensive Ninjago Minifigures: Male vs. Female

  • #4: njo415: Nancy and njo049: Fangtom.
  • #3: njo301: General Machia and njo108: Lloyd DX.
  • #2: njo086: Pixal (P.I.X.A.L) and njo292: Time Twin, Young (Acronix / Krux)
  • #1: njo521: Akita and njo107: Overlord (Golden Master)

What minifigure is in the most sets?

Characters in the most sets Once again Batman tops the list, thanks in part to his appearance in the LEGO movies and the accompanying collectable minifigure series. The red ninja Kai takes second place so while he has fewer variations than Lloyd he comes in 25 more sets.

Why are LEGO heads yellow?

When we invented minifigures almost 40 years ago, we chose yellow because it’s a neutral “skin colour” – nobody in real life has bright yellow skin, so LEGO® minifigures don’t represent a specific race or ethnic background and nobody is left out.

How many LEGO heads are there?

Four decades later, there are now 650 different face designs and 8000 different characters. Though they all may have different outfits and, occasionally, hair, each one of them is exactly as tall as four square LEGO bricks stacked together.