Most valuable LEGO® Minifigure
11,495.95 US dollar(s)
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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. The figures, made of solid 14-carat gold and valued at $11,495.95 (£8,115) apiece, are each part of a boxed set of three, also including silver and plastic versions of Boba Fett. The two sets were given away as competition prizes at San Diego Comic Con and the Celebration V Star Wars festival, both held in 2010.

The LEGO Minifigure range was launched in 2010, and consists of a range of 4-cm-high figurines modelled on movie characters as well as prominent people from sport, history and culture.

In 2011, a set of Minifigures was launched into space aboard the NASA Juno mission to Jupiter – setting the record for the furthest distance travelled by a LEGO Minifigure. They won’t return to Earth, but if they did their value at auction would likely be many millions.