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For the record, the nesquick bunny and watto and green goblin are the ones that got me started.
Another favorite of mine is the chrome Darth Vader mostly because the chrome black looks so good and it is the only time that color was ever released.
Lastly, the superstar goalie. I almost have the complete set ( #3573 ) but I'm missing the gold soccer ball and stickers. I do have those awesome goalie mitts though. They were the only ones on BrickLink and I had to pay about $50. D: If you ever look them up on BrickLink and see the catalog pictures, it was because of my purchase they exist. :P
Another awesome part about the Collector that I forgot to mention is that he includes the Aether which means all infinity stones seen in film to date have been released. :D
I guess the most expensive would be the solid gold C3-P0. If I remember correctly, one was given to a competition winner and one was kept by Lego for their museum.
I do agree with the collect what you like theory though. For me, the greatest pleasure is in having all the old school late 70s early 80s minifigs in absolutely mint condition!
You can see the five winners at the bottom on the image on this page. I wonder how many people entered the contest?
Gold and silver boba fett
Bronze Boba fett.
A French collector friend bought 2 of the 2001 4049 Nesquik promotional polybag set, which contained 3 minifigs... the very highly sought after "Quicky the Bunny", as well as a pair of movie set minifigs (found in 11 other sets as well)... a Director Minifig, and a Cameraman Minifig.
Here it shows the 2 Director Minifigs. Both have the correct front of the Minifig, but the reverse side on one of them has the same stamp as the reverse side of the Cameraman Minifig...
I wonder if perhaps a batch of these were produced with the correct front printing, only to be put into the wrong bin for the reverse printing (or vice versa). Here's the set this misprint was found in....
Time to start checking your older Minifigs!! ;-)
I found info one one person that one as well. Has anyone seen these for sale on the aftermarket?
Finally, in the 4th picture of the MTT. Lego claims that a Gold c-3po exists in the picture. I cannot find it. Does anyone see it?
I am certain that it was a giveaway. You can find them on bricklink here.
You will see all sorts of links to people that picked up the figure back in 99 in the first story.
The fig in the picture is a representation of the said member who runs the charity, who is (occasionally) known as the Hairy Fairy. I think they auctioned that fig off for his charity, right?
It is crazy because there are some minor variations and people who collect these minifigs (like me) try to have all variations. Actually I have around 18 different employees and counting variations, 25 minifigs.
This is an example of that minifigs:
Don't know if there is a "price" of these minifigs, and they have never been added to the BL database, but collectors of that minifigs are trading them for very special sets or other minifigs