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5 Lego Sets To Consider Investing In In 2024

February 24, 2024

Over the past few years, investing in LEGO has become a popular strategy for those looking to diversify their investment portfolios. Lego sets have outperformed commodities and stocks over the last while, a testament to its rise as a cultural phenomenon. They can be both a great quick flip or an excellent long-term investment. This particular list will focus on 5 sets that may prove to be a savvy investment in 2024, once they retire. When a Lego set ‘retires’, it means they are no longer available for purchase and have been essentially discounted. It is following this that desirable Lego sets see a price rise. Please note that this list is not financial advice and that you should always do your own research before investing in anything, especially when its plastic bricks!

LEGO Icons 10316 The Lord of the Rings: Rivendell


Introduced in March 2023, the LEGO Rivendell set from “The Lord of the Rings” series quickly became a sought-after collector’s item, for a variety of reasons. First of all, it’s exclusive to the Lego Store for the most part which adds to its potential value over time. Secondly, this massive set, comprising 6,167 pieces, ranks among the top 10 largest LEGO sets ever. Additionally, it comes with 15 detailed mini-figures, including beloved characters like Frodo, Aragorn, and Arwen. Given its size, detail, and connection to the iconic “Lord of the Rings” franchise, this set has significant potential for appreciation. It’s a must-have for many collectors, which should ensure a steady rise once it retires.

LEGO Star Wars 75367 Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser


The first of a few Star Wars sets on this list, this classic features the recognizable command bridge and striking red stripes, mirroring the Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser from the Star Wars universe. With 5,374 pieces and accompanying minifigures of Admiral Yularen and Captain Rex, this set will be demanded by adult collectors primarily. With this in mind, Lego included a nameplate and stand in the set, a nice touch!

LEGO Star Wars 75292 The Razor Crest Award-Winning Set

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Winning the Toy of the Year Award in 2021, the Razor Crest set from “The Mandalorian” has already proven its popularity and appeal. This set will surely appreciate once retired due to the ongoing fascination with “The Mandalorian,” as well as the eventual nostalgia that will follow the show.

LEGO Star Wars 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina

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This set lets fans recreate the famous Mos Eisley Cantina scene from “Star Wars: A New Hope.” With over 3,000 pieces, it looks amazing on display. Including 21 unique minifigures, like Luke Skywalker and Han Solo, this set is a treasure trove for Star Wars collectors. Sets like these really are famous for rising in price so be sure to get it before it retires, if you have plans to.

LEGO Icons 10317 Land Rover Classic Defender 90

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This set allows you to build a detailed model of the iconic 1984 Land Rover Classic Defender, complete with its distinctive sand green colour and white roof. The attention to detail, including working suspension, opening doors, and an openable hood, adds to its authenticity and appeal. As a replica of a classic off-road vehicle, this set has a unique appeal, especially for automotive enthusiasts and collectors. Whilst it may be a slow burner, there is a chance this rises in value in the years to come.