The most valuable Lego BrickHeadz sets ever released

The Lego BrickHeadz range has been around since 2016, and while we’ve had some lulls in releases, the series is still going strong in 2024. There are more than 100 BrickHeadz sets available, and while their retail price is modest — typically £9.99 for a single figure, or £18 for a double-pack — some particular BrickHeadz are worth a small fortune. But which BrickHeadz are the most valuable?

Well, that’s a loaded question, because not all BrickHeadz have been made equally. In the early years of the range, Lego made several BrickHeadz that were only available from San Diego Comic Con or other exclusive venues. If you happen to have any of those, they’re worth hundreds. We’ve also had a set of Lego Movie 2 BrickHeadz that could only be purchased from Walmart in the US for a limited period. Those, too, are worth a lot of money now. You’ll find these exclusive BrickHeadz towards the bottom of this list.

But first: what are BrickHeadz? Well, they’re Lego’s answer to Funko Pops, essentially. They’re small Lego models built in the form of various pop culture icons. We’ve had Disney BrickHeadz, Marvel BrickHeadz, Harry Potter BrickHeadz, Looney Tunes BrickHeadz, and a whole lot more.

What we’re focusing on first, though, is the retail BrickHeadz that are now worth the most money. The BrickHeadz you could have picked up in a store for £10 or less, that are now worth much more. If you’ve got a big BrickHeadz collection, you could be sitting on a little goldmine. Read on to see which Lego BrickHeadz sets are the most valuable.

Important notes on how we’ve valued Lego BrickHeadz:

We’ve used the price of sold items on eBay UK in the last three months (January-April 2024) to give a general value — so these values are based on real prices that people are willing to pay. If you’re outside of the UK, the most valuable BrickHeadz might vary slightly as supply/demand is often different in different countries.

We’re also using prices based on new and sealed sets. If you have used/open sets, they’re likely still worth more than RRP, but not quite as much as listed here.

The most valuable Lego BrickHeadz from general retail

1. Lego BrickHeadz 41623 Ariel & Ursula

  • Release window: 2nd July 2018 to 9th February 2019
  • BrickHeadz numbers #64 and #65
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £120

2. Lego BrickHeadz 41630 Jack Skellington & Sally

  • Release window: 2nd October to 26th October 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #74 and #75
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £100

3. Lego BrickHeadz 41624 Mickey Mouse

  • Release window: 21st August to 30th November 2018
  • BrickHeadz number #66
  • RRP: £9.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £80

4. Lego BrickHeadz 41625 Minnie Mouse

  • Release window: 21st August to 30th November 2018
  • BrickHeadz number #67
  • RRP: £9.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £80

5. Lego BrickHeadz 41632 Homer Simpson & Krusty the Clown

Lego Brickheadz 41632 The Simpsons
  • Release window: 1st October to 31st October 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #78 and #79
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £80

6. Lego BrickHeadz 41612 Steve & Creeper

  • Release window: 1st August to 31st December 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #58 and #59
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £80

7. Lego BrickHeadz 41631 Newt Scamander & Gellert Grindelwald

  • Release window: 2nd October to 19th October 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #76 and #77
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £70

8. Lego BrickHeadz 41622 Ghostbusters Peter Venkman & Slimer

  • Release window: 21st August to 30th November 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #62 and #63
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £70

9. Lego BrickHeadz 41621 Ron Weasley & Albus Dumbledore

  • Release window: 2 July 2018 to 19 November 2019
  • BrickHeadz numbers #60 and #61
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £70

10. Lego BrickHeadz 41611 Marty McFly and Doc Brown

Lego BrickHeadz 41611 Marty McFly and Doc Brown
  • Release window: 1st May to 31st December 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #43 and #44
  • RRP: £17.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £70

11. Lego BrickHeadz 41629 Boba Fett

Lego Brickheads 41629 Boba Fett
  • Release window: 1st October to 31st October 2018
  • BrickHeadz numbers #73
  • RRP: £9.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £65

12. Lego BrickHeadz 41627 Luke Skywalker & Yoda

  • Release window: 2nd October 2018 to 3 January 2019
  • BrickHeadz numbers #70 and #71
  • RRP: £14.99
  • Current value new and boxed on eBay: £60

Lego Movie 2 Walmart exclusive BrickHeadz

Annoyingly to UK fans, a range of Lego Movie 2 Brickheadz were created and released – but only ever sold in Walmart stores across North America. Without a UK release, they are understandably very collectible over here. When they do pop up on eBay, they typically sell for over £100 each: a set of all four sold for £470 in March.

  • 41634 Emmet
  • 41635 Wildstyle
  • 41636 Benny
  • 41637 Sweet Mayhem

Comic Con exclusive BrickHeadz

Lego Comic Con Exclusive BrickHeadz

Undoubtedly the most valuable BrickHeadz sets ever released have been Comic Con exclusives: a range of sets were only ever available at San Diego and New York Comic Cons in 2016 and 2017.

These are some of the rarest Lego BrickHeadz sets available – not least because they were only ever on sale for three days at most (in some cases, just one day), and only from one physical location. They’re so rare, in fact, that none of them have sold on eBay in the last three months. So the prices quoted here are based on Bricklink’s average ‘new’ prices.

Here’s every Comic Con exclusive, and their values, based on being new and boxed:

  • 41493 Black Panther & Doctor Strange (£983)
  • 41492 Iron Man & Captain America (£947)
  • 41491 Batman & The Joker (£966)
  • 41490 Superman & Wonder Woman (£884)
  • 41497 Spider-Man & Venom (£717)
  • 41498 Boba Fett and Han Solo in Carbonite (£595)
  • 41496 Supergirl & Martian Manhunter (£365)

Store Opening exclusive BrickHeadz

We’re not done with exclusive BrickHeadz just yet, oh no! Some of the most valuable Lego BrickHeadz ever released have been created to celebrate the launch of a particular store. As such, they’ve only been available in that one store.

Again, we’ve been unable to find any of these sets on eBay that have sold recently — that’s how rare they are. So our prices here are once again based on Bricklink’s average ‘new’ prices.

  • 6315025 Amsterdam BrickHeadz (£554)
  • Shimao BrickHeadz (£146)
  • 6322719 Hangzhou BrickHeadz (£83)
  • Beijing Brickheadz (~£75)

Most valuable Lego BrickHeadz: Your common questions

Why are some BrickHeadz more valuable than others?

It’s quite simple: some BrickHeadz are simply more rare than others. The Comic Con Brickheadz are the most valuable ever made because they were so limited: they were only available in one location, for no more than a couple of days. If you weren’t there, you couldn’t get them: simple.

The same goes for retail BrickHeadz. While some have managed to stay on store shelves for a year or more, others were removed from sale after only a month or two in some cases. We’re not sure why. Around 2018, it seemed Lego was pulling out of BrickHeadz, and some new sets were pulled off shelves extra-quickly. It’s not the case anymore, and BrickHeadz tend to be available much longer.

How will I know if my BrickHeadz are valuable?

You can check values of your sets by looking at ‘sold’ prices on eBay. You can also use sites like Bricklink and Brickset to get an idea of value. It’ll depend on whether your set is new or used: condition matters a lot. Collectors like boxes and instructions, so even if you’ve built your set, it might be worth more simply if you still have the box.

Will new BrickHeadz sets ever become so valuable?

We don’t know how valuable a current BrickHeadz set will be. But most Lego tends to be worth more than its RRP once it’s retired, so it’s a good bet that your sealed set will gain value as time goes on. But since sets tend to be around for longer these days, it means more people can pick one up — and means their popularity once they’ve retired isn’t quite as high. So we’re not sure we’ll see any worth quite as much as some of the sets from around 2018.

Will there be any more Comic Con exclusive Lego BrickHeadz sets?

We’ll have to wait and see if more Comic Con exclusive sets come from Lego. In 2019, Lego announced it would stop releasing country-exclusive sets. But it also said it would continue some exclusive releases, mentioning Comic Con set amongst others. We haven’t seen any since 2019, however, but who knows what the future holds.

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  1. It would seem that you can’t really go wrong if you buy the 2-packs in general. Would be nice if some Exclusive versions were made available outside of the US.

  2. Incomplete list really; as the most valuable BrickHeadz at the time of this article and even still in 2022 would be a “Nonnie” from the 2017 Inside Tour. Only 80 of these were created and less than half, only 35 were given to the public on the “Inside Tour”, with the rest given to Lego employees, so even less likely to ever be seen on the market. One sold, once, on eBay for the perhaps bargain £1600 at around the same time as you could still pick up even the more valuable SDCC sets mentioned above for sometimes only £150. This 10x price compared to SDCC probably still follows today, and one would sure to be worth several thousand pounds plus to a serious BrickHeadz collector, desperate to fully complete the series. Also, since this article, in 2022 Lego ran a competition to win one of just 13 Spice Girls Tribute 40548 sets, each SIGNED by ALL of the Spice Girls. Though 40548 is not in itself a rare set like Nonnie; one of these just 13 Signed sets would give any Brickheadz collector the ultimate collection. Only 3 have ever appeared for sale as of October 2010. 2 were listed in the UK by people who had won them and quickly snapped up for several hundred pounds and just 1 appeared in the US, going for well over $2,000 on auction… These prices were even when these super rare signed sets and just dropped into the public domain and were probably not yet on the radar for a majority of Brickheadz collectors. At an educated guess, to the right buyer, likely a Lego fan or a Spice Girls fanatic; one would likely be worth £3,000-£5,000.

    1. Nonnie is a fair omission, although I have categorised these to be those that were on general sale OR available via SDCC – Nonnie doesn’t fit either of those cases since it was a very limited set. The same way we don’t include things like employee gifts when we round up the most expensive sets, etc. Sure, there are always ridiculous exceptions for the super-rare things Lego created. You’ve got to draw the line somewhere.

      Same goes for signed sets. The signed Spice Girls BrickHeadz is still just a regular set, albeit signed. Hundreds of Lego sets have been signed and made more exclusive. But the set remains the same. It’s impossible to count it as a separate entity, really.

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