An ultra-rare set of exclusive10th anniversary is up for grabs at .
Brick Fanatics has partnered withto showcase some of the auction website’s most extraordinary -related listings.This week’s highlights include prototype Batman minifigures, a vintage sign from the ‘70s and probably the rarest coins to ever exist.
If you’ve transcended traditional sets and minifigures and are now in the market for some truly one-offrarities, has you covered.
If you thought the Classic Space VIP Collectible Coin was, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet. These – produced to commemorate the theme’s 10th anniversary in 2021 – were distributed exclusively through Stores in China and Hong Kong, and are incredibly rare in Europe.
There are seven coins in total, but unlike the VIP Collectible Coins, you don’t need to hunt them down one at a time. Instead, you can bag the entire collection in one go through one of this week’sauctions. The price currently stands at €575, with the platform’s experts estimating a final sale price of €660 to €860.
The only complete set available onright now will set you back $820 (or roughly £593), so if the auction comes in at the lower end of that estimate, you could be looking at a relative bargain – and potentially a very sound investment, given the price of even the VIP Collectible Coins has soared. fans must really love coins.
ProvingBatman doesn’t solely work in black and very, very, very dark grey, these prototype Caped Crusader minifigures cast the superhero in vivid translucent colours. The seller has a up for grabs in individual lots, which you can find by browsing ’s .
If you’re doubting the veracity of these minifigures – and given the prices they’re going for, you’re right to be wary – the close-up images will hopefully be somewhat reassuring: each piece is moulded with the distinctivelogo found on all genuine parts, suggesting these elements have indeed come straight from the factory.
According to the seller, that’s specifically the Mexican factory, where these trans-light blue, trans-pink, trans-purple (and so on) minifigures were produced in ‘very limited batches’. They’re going for anywhere between €20 and €47 at the moment, so get your bids in quick if you want to add any of them to your collection.
Vintage LEGO shop sign
Thiswas originally produced for use by independent sellers in the 1970s, either as storefront advertising material or on shelves. It measures 20cm by 20cm, and even has its original, unused adhesive strip on the back (although the seller notes time will likely have curtailed its sticking power).
Apparently found among the collection of an oldambassador, the sign is currently going for just €44 at , with no reserve price. And with only two days left on the auction at the time of writing, you could be looking at a relatively cheap way to add a little flair to your room. What better way to combat all those tired jokes that you have enough to set up a shop?
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