The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit – might explain the value of this set on the secondary market. For context, it retailed for £89.99 / $99.99 in 2013.
4 – 9473 The Mines of Moria
For just an average of £350.80, you could have a new copy of 9473 The Mines of Moria ready to build. As one of the returning locations for The Rings of Power sequel series, 9473 The Mines of Moria is more relevant than it has been in recent years.
The main draw of 7473 The Mines of Moria comes in the form of the large Cave Troll figure, which is unique to this model.
3 – 79018 The Lonely Mountain
It shouldn’t be surprising to see 79018 The Lonely Mountain so high on this list with an average price of £540.02 for a new copy. It’s the only
The Lord of the Rings set according to our parameters is 10237 The Tower of Orthanc at an average of £653.12 for a new copy. This tall creation is also the largest of the Middle-Earth builds by far featuring five minifigures, two of which are exclusive.
10237 The Tower of Orthanic depicts the imposing tower alongside Treebeard and is one of only three models to include a giant eagle. It’s an iconic