LEGO Marvel 76209 Thor’s Hammer price confirmed, and it’s expensive

The LEGO Group has added 76209 Thor’s Hammer to its online store, confirming that this is one very pricey Marvel Cinematic Universe prop.

The replica of Mjölnir weighs in at £104.99 / $99.99 / €119.99 for 979 pieces, which makes it an especially expensive prospect in the UK and Europe. As an 18+ set, you’re looking at corresponding all-black packaging, and there’s also a display plaque affixed to the base.

As revealed in images from US retailer Target earlier today, the set includes a single minifigure – who else but Thor, at least with a new design – a brick-built display stand, and three small-scale models of the Infinity Gauntlet, Tesseract and Odin’s Fire. There’s storage space for those objects inside the hammer, which looks pretty close to 1:1 scale at 46cm high and 29cm wide.

If you’re worthy enough, you’ll be able to pick up 76209 Thor’s Hammer from March 1. And if you’re based in the US, you can already pre-order it (at a comparatively tempting price) from, with shipping starting from the beginning of next month.

For the moment, this is the only LEGO Marvel set launching in March, and potentially the only Super Heroes set (beyond 31205 Jim Lee Batman Collection). The three delayed Marvel mechs will arrive in April, while the rumoured Tower of Fate set appears to have been false, given it shares a product number with 76209 Thor’s Hammer.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

One thought on “LEGO Marvel 76209 Thor’s Hammer price confirmed, and it’s expensive

  • 02/02/2022 at 14:21

    Ich vermisse bei dem Set jede Verzierung. Weder ist die immer sichtbare Verzierung noch das Symbol für den Spruch von Odin eingebaut, was ich schon sehr armselig finde. Der Hammer ist schlicht grau, wie Ihn jeder Amateur bauen könnte. Auch die silbernen Elemente des Stils sind einfach rund und geradlinig angeordnet worden, statt auf die filmische Vorlage zurück zugreifen. Echt traurig was Lego da abliefert.


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