Not Just Your Average Lego For Collectors
As if you didn't know, Lego is not just for children. Well, it may have started out that way - connecting building blocks in primary colours. Now, however the range of Lego sets released and the themes they are released in will keep the average child enthralled and captivated for possibly years. What this has generated is a group of individuals who do more than just fondly remember their childhood days with their favourite toy. Tracking down Lego for Collectors is a pleasurable pastime.
For these people Lego is not a toy, it is a passion. It is not only a reminder of happy times past - there is real joy in every piece. And joy in locating and tracking down that elusive missing set or figurine. While this Lego 7191 Ultimate Collector Series X-wing Fighter may not be rare just yet, it is bound to become one of the sought after pieces of the future. Take a look among the Lego for Collectors on this page and perhaps track down your own elusive treasure.
Lots of Mini figures for all Sorts of Lego Projects
Whether you have just started collecting or you have gaps to fill in your collection these figurines will be a welcome addition
With 5 friendly LEGO minifigures from all through the years, this fun collection features figures from 1978, 1981, 1992, 1996 and 2002. Includes 2 different astronauts, a ninja, a pirate and a postman.
Each minifigure comes in a sealed mystery bag, so you never know which minifigure you might get. And each minifigure has its own special accessories, display plate and collectors leaflet. Inspired by movies, sports, history and just everyday life, this collection includes: Tennis Player, Hula Dancer, Space Alien, Samurai Warrior, Sumo Wrestler, Rapper, Fisherman, Tribal Chief, Snowboarder, Elf, Race Car Driver, Pilot, Baseball Player, Mummy, Space Villain, Gorilla Suit Guy
Awesome characters, very hard to locate - get them now
A Serious Lego Project for Serious Lego Collectors
Amazon description: "It features a daunting 2,882 pieces and a graphic guide book to show you how to construct the statue in just 80 steps. A lot of work? Sure it is. But with great work comes great rewards. The completed piece stands an impressive 2 feet, 9 inches tall and is an impressive tribute to one of the most recognizable monuments in the world."