LEGO Minifigures were introduced in 1978 and since then they have occupied a very special place in toy sets for kids (and adults) equally.

Some of the 80s and 90s kids who are adults now still crave these Minifigures and others collect them purely as investments.

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Following are the 5 rarest and most expensive LEGO Minifigures that have ever existed:

5. LEGO Exclusive Minifigures Iron Man and Captain America, $1,500


Only 125 of these exclusive promotional Minifigures of Iron Man and Captain America were given out during the 2012 New York Toy Fair.

More Iron Man figures were produced after that but they had different markings, making the toy fair Minifigures unique.

The current price of a sealed set is estimated to be $1,500, with experts saying that value will gain by 19 percent per year in the future.

4. Black Suit Superman. $3,200+


Only 200 Black Suit Superman have ever been produced and all of them were given to winners at the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con:

This means the only way to get one of these now is to find someone willing to sell.

The price may differ based on the condition of the Minifigure, however, it is estimated to be worth around $3,200+ in good condition.

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3. LEGO Minifigure Series 10, Mr. Gold, $7,900


The LEGO Minifigure Mr. Gold is part of a collectible series that contains fun characters in each box.

There were only 5,000 pieces of Mr. Gold that were ever mixed up in with unmarked blind packs making finding the complete series part of a treasure hunt.

When it was released in 2013 the price was $2.99 but now due to its rarity, it is worth over $7,000. The price, however, may differ concerning the condition of the Minifigure.

2. 14K Gold C-3PO – $10,000 to $15,000


In 2007, LEGO announced a contest in which they packaged five solid gold LEGO C-3PO Minifigures – effectively launching the rarest Minifigure hunt in the world:

These LEGO Minifigures were randomly inserted into packs and only five lucky customers found them. The solid gold used in the Minifigures was worth approximately $4,000 in 2007:

Experts believe these Minifigures could be worth between $10,000 and $15,000, if and when one goes up for sale (especially considering the subject matter – Star Wars).

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1. The Boba Fett Collection, $20,000+


This is what we know about these super rare LEGO mini figures. Firstly, they were given away at the San Diego Comic-Con and Star Wars Celebration V convention in 2010.

Secondly, only two of the 14-carat gold Boba Fett Minifigures are known to exist. Definitely making it the rarest of all LEGO Minifigures ever.

Thirdly, and most importantly, no complete set has ever been put up for sale! Experts estimate the value of a 14-carat Boba Fett to be $20,000.