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I missed this one when I compiled my list earlier. A reader (florisvandenherik) of the site saw my list and let me know that I was missing one. This set is a mini tower based on a display in the City Museum Ghent.
EDIT: Facebook user Vincent-David de Clercq commented the following which clarifies what I was trying to translate.
“It’s a scale model of the library tower of the University of Ghent, Belgium. STAM is the name of the official city museum, where the original Lego model was being displayed.”
“STAM (The Official City Museum of the City of Ghent) has a display of Models of the four famous towers of Ghent recreated in Lego bricks.
The tower of St. Nicholas Church,
The Steeple of St Bavo’s Cathedral.
Visitors are invited to the museum to build their own creations around these towers.”
“A mini model of the library tower was designed by LEGO Certified Professional Dirk Denoyelle contains 314 bricks and has a scale of 1/450. The tower is 4.7 cm wide and 16.7 cm high. The real tower was designed by Henry van de Velde, was built between 1936 – 1942 and is being restored.
Here is a picture of the original library.
Here is a link to a picture for the museum. Click on it to see a bigger picture of the display. It looks like it will stay in the Museum until March 16th. They were allowing people to add on to it with the bricks around it. Very kool!
Here is another picture from Imgur.
This exclusive package costs 44 euros and was developed following theexhibition “Models. Imagination scale “which still runs until April 26th 2015. Amust have for anyone who loves LEGO towers, Ghent and / or architecture.”
This set like the others should be limited to less than 500 copies.
This set in sold out, but they have provided the downloadable instructions here if you want to build it yourself.
I am including the prior list here so that I have all of the sets in one place.
If you know of a set that I am missing, please send me a PM and I will add it. Thanks! You can also send me a note here.
Here are some details about each of these sets. Most of them I am only able to find out info on eBay as I am starting to think that they are not supposed to actively advertise these? I am not sure, but it is pretty hard to find info. I am only able to find the info if I find the company or person that commissioned these and specifically look on their web page.
Lego Certified Professional 3′ Long Ravenel Bridge Boxed Set – (1 of 400 made) See it on eBay here or by clicking on the images.
10th anniversary of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge led to this replica and is a Boxed Certified Lego Professional Set.
The 3-foot long replica is the rarest of the rare as far as the larger sets go. They were offered for one weekend only in Charleston, South Carolina during the Expo as well as online which quickly sold out.
Only 300-400 boxed sets made available for public sale. The exact amount is unknown to me but they sold out in 2 weeks.
The custom set includes both spans and such details as the popular walking path.
Roller Coaster Factory #110171-A (for LEGO) Ltd Edition Set Only 1000 Made – I do not believe that this was part of the Certified Professional Program. See it on eBay here or by clicking on the images.
Created by the same designer that started the Architecture Series for LEGO, Adam Reed Tucker. The parts in this kit are featured, along with Adam Reed Tucker in the documentary “A LEGO Brickumentary” (2014) where Adam discusses his work with LEGO in trying to bring LEGO rollercoaster sets to market. This kit, when added to other LEGO parts allows the creation of roller coasters. Coaster Dynamix RollerCoaster Factory 110171-A was produced Adam Reed Tucker and sold by Coaster Dynamix in 2013-2014 and the run consisted of only 1,000 kits which have long been sold out.These custom rollercoaster parts for use with LEGO are not available anywhere outside of this limited run of 1,000 kits.
EDIT: Someone on the Lego Collectors Facebook group mentioned that these are not official Lego pieces in the Roller Coaster set.
Recently renovated, the Hotel Hilton Paris Opera in partnership with Lego France has hosted this summer an exhibition of great parisian monuments and portraits of famous people in Lego bricks among which an impressive model of the hotel.
On this occasion, a luxury Lego set of the Hilton hotel limited to only 500 copies, designed by a Lego-certified professional Dirk Denoyelle, was available for sale at the hotel and it is sold out.
It contains 2503 pieces and once built, it measures 51x12x30 cm and looks absolutely amazing. Not being officially part of any Lego line, this would without doubt make the most impressive set of the architecture line.
Five of these sets contain a minifigure which allows you to win gifts from the hotel
Here is a huge write up that I did on this particular set back in October.
Only 500 being made available for purchase in England.
This set contains 530 pieces.
The Durham Cathedral Lego Certified Professional Set is designed by Duncan Titmarsh of Bright Bricks in the United Kingdom
EDIT: Someone on the Lego Collectors Facebook group mentioned that this set came with three different boxes? I am not sure if that means that we have 1500 of these? Or 500 with 3 different boxes.
OK, I figured it out. # different sets. Small, Medium and Large! This is the Medium one.
Here is the small one over on the durhamcathederal site here. This one is also limited to 500 sets. I cannot find any of these for sale.
From the site…
“We decided to look into the possibility of getting a mini-model and managed to secure a limited edition range of 500, designed by Bright Bricks, certified from LEGO. We anticipate they will be extremely popular gifts in the run-up to Christmas.”
The mini-model of the Cathedral is being sold alongside a series of postcards featuring images of the large Durham Cathedral LEGO build taken by one of the volunteer ‘LEGO Makers’ working on the LEGO Cathedral, Les Hancock.”
Finally, here is the large set which really looks spectacular. I found this one over on eBay. It is also limited to 500 sets as well. I recently saw another church down in Lego and I am starting to think that churches really lend themselves to Lego quite well at this scale. 🙂
Only 200 being made available for purchase in England and it is sold out.
The Tractor & Trailer Lego Certified Professional Set is designed by Duncan Titmarsh of Bright Bricks in the United Kingdom.
Wet Land Animals full collection of all six items designed by LEGO CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL Dunkin Titmarsh. These promotional items were commissioned by The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) which is a conservation charity that saves wetlands, which are essential for life itself. Wetlands are the primary source of drinking water for people and wildlife. They also connect us with nature, and with ourselves, through beautiful landscapes and inspiring encounters with wildlife.
The complete set of six boxes contains the following:
1. Flavia the Flamingo
2. Lottie the Otter
3. Emily the Otter
4. Mac the Mallard
5. Chris the Crane
6. Benedict the Swan
I also did a write up on these a few months ago here as well. Please see here for further details.
Lego Certified Polar Bear Professional. See the details here on Brick Ultra. I am pretty sure that the Polar Bear is a fake as the post where I found it on Brick Ultra appears to indicate this, but I included it in case I am wrong. You can read an additional article about the polar bear set here on the artist site.
This Lego set is a certified professional set created by Adam Reed Tucker. Collectors edition.
I do not know much about this one other than the name and what is says on the back of the box. It was a commemorative set produced for a major upgrade in the training centre in 2004.
One of a strictly Limited Edition of 500 sets commissioned by the building landlord to celebrate the construction of a Lego model of the Gherkin in August 2013, by Bright Bricks Lego Certified Professional.
842 pieces Lego set.
Lego Certified Professional Tyne Bridge. This is a new one that I just wrote about here.
Newcastle NE1 Business Improvement District Company have commissioned a limited edition LEGO Brick Tyne Bridge, to mark the 90th anniversary of work starting on construction of the bridge in 1925.
There are 3,001 pieces making up this iconic bridge that arches proudly over Newcastle upon Tyne linking the city up with the great Gateshead. This model is a real feat of engineering even in a smaller scale – however at 105cm long and 42cm high it’s an awe inspiring size that will proudly adorn any space.
There are strictly only 500 of these mighty architectural models available, making them truly limited edition.
Each set comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity.
Here is one more that I just found just today!
This set was designed exclusively for the Caravan and Motorhome show in the UK. It was limited to 500 sets of which 50 were given away at the show.
I also did a write up on this one when I first found it a few months ago here.
Last but not least, is the ReafScape Model Series. You can read a little more about this here. I will add some more detaisl about this one later. It is not a Certified Professional set, but it is really expensive.
Here is a list of all of the sets that I found on this UK classifieds site here.
MA Exclusive Clownfish (RS0201) £29.99
Blue Spot Stingray (RS0101) £109.99
Humbug Damsels (RS0102) £54.99
Yellow Tangs (RS0103) £54.99
Clown Trigger (RS0104) £59.99
Clarion Angel (RS0105) £39.99
Lionfish (RS0206) £99.99
Domino Damsels (RS0207) £54.99
Pair Clownfish (RS0208) £59.99
Small Emperor Angel (RS0209) £54.99
Boxing Shrimp (RS0210) £39.99
Large Emperor Angel (RS0311) £89.99
Seahorse & Pipefish (RS0312) £59.99
Bannerfish (RS0313) £54.99
Regal Tang (RS0314) £44.99
Regal Angel (RS0315) £39.99
as well as an image of the different sets. I will need to try to track down a picture of each of these. I rememebr when these came out thinking that it would be fun to get these and then noting that it would be 15 x about $60 US to get a complete set and I decided to pass. 🙂 However, in hind site, it seems pretty cheep.
Lego Reefscape by tmc, marine models by a Lego certified professional (the only one in the U.K) Rare Clownfish pair(265pcs) & Regal Tang(198pcs). 500 of each set are in existance.
possible mention, but needs more research.
That is the list of all of the ones that I could find. I am guessing that we have quite a few more of these that I am either forgetting or I have just missed. Please comment and let me know if you know of others, or a page that lists these anywhere.
Thanks for looking