The tradition that has LEGO has very few comparisons with any other toy company in the world. With 90 years under its belt, the Danish company is at the heart of several generations that grew up with its games.
Although the range of current sets is growing like wildfire, the old ones are a real treasure. And not only for what is sentimentally appreciable, but for its price.
Recently, The Toy Zone portal published which are the best valued LEGO sets on the second-hand market. They are the dream of any collector, and of any owner who wants to get a return on someone from his property.
We are going to see the best rated, always according to The Toy Zone list.
5. LEGO Castle (1981)
An edition of Castle released in 1981 originally sold for $48: today it can be ordered for $4,605. In 1978 another had been marketed, which currently has a much higher value.
4. LEGO WeDo 2.0 ReadyGo Classroom Packs
An education set that sold in 2016 for $750 currently has an estimated value of $4,614.
3. LEGO Mr Gold
Belonging to the Minifigure Series is this character, released in 2013 with gold paint to celebrate the 10th year of the Minifigure collections. Originally valued at $2.99, today it can be sold on the collectors’ market for $4,680.
2. LEGO Castle (1978)
In second place is the Castle set, released in 1978 and originally priced at $49.99. It currently has a market value of $6,321. LEGO will launch this month a reissue of this model and the next one that you are about to see, that you can see in this link of FayerWayer.
1.LEGO Command Center
First place goes to Command Center, from the LEGO space games. It was released in 1979 for $24.99, and can currently be sold on the used market for $10,141.
The complete list of the best valued LEGO sets on the used market can be found here in the following link of The Toy Zone.