Auction at Skærbæk Fan Weekend 2015: Many great, rare and interesting Lego Sets has been purchased: We show the images of sets like 12 Volt rails or Winter Olympics Mininfigures.
One of the hightlights of every AFOL: Rare and vintage Lego sets. So, the auction at the Skærbæk Fan Weekend this year was fun. And – for some Lego-Fan – expensive, as well.
Rare: Lego Hub Birds – 4002014, 487 pieces | © Andres Lehmann
Many interesting Lego Sets has been purchased – like a limited set of the Lego Store opening in Frankfurt. Or a cool Lego Education set with kind of Architecture buildings. Or the Lego Hub Birds. Or: The London Winter Olympics collectible Minifigures.
Lego Store opening special set: Frankfurt, Zeil | © Andres Lehmann
Lego education set with cool architecture models | © Andres Lehmann
Collectible Minifigures: Winter Olympics – but opened | © Andres Lehmann
And if you didn’t have the Maersk train at home, there has been one set, too. Also, Jan Beyer, Lego Community Developement, was happy: Now, he is the owner of a very special architecture set in an interesting round box – never seen before.
Auction in the evening: Jan Beyer, Lego Community Developement, with his new… toy! | © Andres Lehmann
And this good known train… | © Andres Lehmann
Four older seasonal sets | © Andres Lehmann
And Caspar Bennedsen of the Fan Weekend Steering team is very happy, too: Hi is owner of the Lego House model with designer signatures, now.
New owner of the Lego House with designer signature: Caspar J. Bennedsen | © Andres Lehmann
Next offer? | © Andres Lehmann
Cool brick stuff: 9V motor! | © Andres Lehmann
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