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I saw this collection over on ebay this morning and I decided to pull up all of my links and add these to the price guide. I have been collecting links of these over the past 2 years since I am pretty sure that I am not going to be able to add any of these to my collection. due to how expensive that they are.
I have found about 51 of these so far and I believe that I may still be missing a few. But not too many.
Based on the price and the rarity of these, I am just going to make a virtual collection of these. I will continue to look for more of these and add them as I find the. Click on one of the links below to see the full collection.
These special Minifigure bricks are created by TT Games to mark the end of the development cycle for each of their Lego Video Games. Each of the bricks features a Title, The Lego Logo, A place for the minifigure to stand, The game that it is commemorating and the release date. It also appears that the bricks are able to be stacked on top of each other as you can see in the pictures.
According to Brickset, in an article published last year…
“These acrylic bricks are only given to employees of TT Games if they have made a significant contribution to the production of one of their published LEGO titles”
In that same article, it spoke about Fairy Bricks raffling one of these off for charity. I believe that this went for a crazy price here. $1069.00. WOW!
I have not seen one of these up close, but as far as I can tell, the minifigure is inside of the trophy and is not able to be takes out. You can see for yourself in the images and video below. In the video it is pretty clear that the figure is sealed, and I assume that it is like this in all of the trophy’s.
Here is a listing on eBay that has some detailed pictures of a Captain Rex Trophy which I have included below to show the full picture around one of these figures.
Here is a video of that figure as well, and it definitely looks like it is stuck inside the trophy.
Here are a few of the other links that I found on eBay.
This is a collection for 12K pounds. It is a pretty big collection, but it may be a little bit too expensive. This is probably a programmer’s collection fro TT Games.
Here is a Braniac Figure from Batman3 Beyond Gotham – This is from this eBay listing.
Here is Gimli from this Auction as well
Here is a DeadPool Figure from the Marvel Super Heroes line.
You can also see a relatively large collection of these over here from the TT Games office.
Here is a pic from Flickr as well of another collection. This is from Carl Greatrix Flickr Account. Carl Greatrix is a Senior Model Designer at TT and a good friend of Fairy Bricks. From his Flickr page, he states that he posted these to promote Fairy Bricks.
“Unique bricks only supplied to those of us involved on the game projects, so needless to say quite highly coveted. These are the 10 I’ve had so far (more on the way!).The reason for posting these up, is to try and promote a charity auction for Fairy Bricks. These guys do a superb job of gaining as much money as possible , purchasing LEGO and then giving it to childrens hospitals. A very worthy cause. TT have very kindly supplied a game brick (which are impossible to get hold of) purposely for the intention of auctioning it off via Fairy Bricks. With Flickrs rules and regs I’m not sure I can link to either the “well known internet auction site” or even FairyBricks chairty site, so if you search I’m sure you will find it. PLEASE, try and spread the word with this on all media sites and lets see if we can get these guys some good funding. Cheers. ”
In the spirit of his request, here is the link to Fairy Bricks.
They sound like a really good cause.
Here is a recent picture from Arthur Parson’s Twitter page. They look pretty nice. I think that I see 5 more that I have not added to the price guide yet. 🙂