Category Archives: Display Cases

COLLECTORS CORNER MINIFIGURE DISPLAY – HOW DO YOU DISPLAY YOUR MINIFIGURES – HERE IS HOW K. BROWN DISPLAYS HIS SONS MINIFIGURE COLLECTION

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K. Brown posted a few pictures of his son’s minifigure collection in a rocking display case this weekend.  The case is a custom LED lit display case that looks to hold at least 320 minifigures and appears to be about the size of a door in your house.    K. Brown stated that he made this case from scratch.

As always, if you have a good idea for a display case, please send me a message on Facebook and I will post your collection!  You can see some of the other collections that I have posted here

When I saw this case, I immediately started looking around my Lego room to see where I could put such a display!  I am always looking for new ways to display minifigures and this looks like a great option.   The lines on the case are very clean and it looks like it is pretty easy to take figures in and out of the case.

This case has LED lights that change colors as you can see in the picture below.

Ken said in his Facebook post that he will try to post some instructions soon.  I will let you know if I see these.

What an awesome looking case.

COLLECTORS CORNER MINIFIGURE DISPLAY – HOW DO YOU DISPLAY YOUR MINIFIGURES – HERE IS HOW ENOCH DISPLAYS HIS OFFICIAL LEGO AND CUSTOM MINIFIGURE COLLECTION

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Last week I shared this display  of SDCC figures  from K & S Lego’s Facebook page.  See here.  

 Display Case Here

In searching for details of this display case, I came across Enoch’s  (Facebook Profile) collection as well.  Enoch has a spectacular collection of Official Lego and really outstanding custom Lego Super Hero minifigures that I thought I would share with you.   I collect some customs minifigures as well in the Super Hero line when Lego does not produce a counterpart because we are still missing so many great super heroes.  One of my favorite facebook groups to look for new customs is This group here called Taiwan Lego Minifigures Club.  I have to use Google translate, but the array of unique minifigures is fun.

Here is Enoch’s Collection Below and I count about 42 cases of about 50+ figures in each.  This is definitely one of the biggest collections I have ever seen in one picture!  Please take a look and enjoy!

Here are some up close detail figures as well!  This collection is huge and looks outstanding.

 

Thanks for looking and please send me pictures of your collection of you would like to have your display featured as well.

 

COLLECTORS CORNER MINIFIGURE DISPLAY – HOW DO YOU DISPLAY YOUR MINIFIGURES – HERE IS HOW K & S Lego DISPLAYS THEIR COLLECTION

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I saw a post this morning which I shared on my facebook page from K & S Lego’s Facebook page.  I instantly followed them and I suggest that you do the same!  See here.  

Because I liked the collection so much and because I saw another post with the Batman Collection as well, I decided to reach out to them to see if I could post some images and get a few more.  They responded and sent me the pictures below.  This collection also led me to Enoch’s collection as well which I will post later this evening.  So I am glad I reached out to say Hi!

I must say that this is quite the collection and a very nice way to display the Lego SDCC minifigures!  Spectacular!   I have always struggled with how to display the SDCC figures and not remove them from the cases.

I am a particular fan of the Stan Lee autographed SDCC Captain America Figure.  I am currently bidding on one of these in eBay right now, but I think it is going to go over my price point shortly.  I was just outbid at $250.  

Here are a few more images of this collection.  I included a link to two videos on his facebook page as well at the bottom of this post.

As promised, here are two videos of this collection.  Check out in particular how he has labeled the individual figures!  It looks awesome!

Video 1

Video 2

I heard that these cases were custom made by an outside party and they look really really nice.

As always, if you have a collection to post, please contact me via facebook, or drop me an email at shawn@minifigpriceguide.com

Thanks for looking

 

 

 

COLLECTORS CORNER MINIFIGURE DISPLAY – HOW DO YOU DISPLAY YOUR MINIFIGURES – HERE IS HOW LEGOMAN_SCOTLAND DISPLAYS HIS COLLECTION

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You can see more of LEGOMAN_SCOTLAND collection here on Instagram.  He has an awesome collection and it include almost all of the rare minifigures that you could be looking for.

I noticed this picture on his page nad he sent me over a hi resolution image to post so that everyone could get a good look!  This is a wall / room divider that consists of 70 Large Lego Display cases.  See here on Amazon.     This is a lot of these in case you are wondering.

You can click on the image to see a larger resolution image, or you can click on the images below to see the detail of each section blown up.

Thanks for looking

COLLECTORS CORNER MINIFIGURE DISPLAY – HOW DO YOU DISPLAY YOUR MINIFIGURES – HERE IS HOW MIKAEL DISPLAYS HIS COLLECTION

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Mikael sent over these pictures of his minifigure collection that you see below!  You can see him on Instagram here @hellomikael .

Mikael live in Switzerland and he displays his minifigures on shelfs that he picked up at Ikea as shown below.    He said that each shelf holds about 192 minifigures.  I think that these look great!   If you have a collection to show, please message me on facebook here and send me photos and tell me about your collection!

If you are interested, I have about 19 pages of posts on how to display your Lego Minifigures.  See here for more

Here are a few more pics of his collection.

Thanks for looking and I hope you enjoyed this collection.

 

Collectors Corner Minifigure Display – How do you display your Minifigures – Here is how Kay M displays her Collection

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Kay M sent me a few pictures of her minifigure collection this week.  her collection currently consists of the following

  • Series 1 to 16
  • Disney
  • UK Olympic set (One of my favorites)
  • Simpsons Series 1 and 2
  • Some additional Star Wars and the Batman Series

Her figures are prodly displayed on the shelves that you see below.  Kay stated that these shelves were custom made by a friend of hers and I think that they look great!

These appear to solve the dust problem quite nicely with a clear plexiglass front.  It also looks like it will keep small interested hands out as the fronts look like they are screwed on.  That is a very sophisticated locking mechanism for small children!  🙂

This reminds me of a funny story.  I was having a party once in my back yard for my son that was still in pre-school  and I walked over to see three small children (3-5)  looking through the slats of my backyard deck at a pile of minifigures that they had pushed through the slats and were now forever gone in a file of mud 2 feet under my deck.  Their was no reasonable way to get to this part of the deck underneath.  I quickly ran into the house and looked at my display shelf only to discover those very same figure missing.  🙁  I was so mad, but the kids were just doing what kids do.  Playing with legos.  In an effort to right the wrong, I quickly went to bricklink and recorded the abandoned minifigures.  However, last year, I replaced my deck and while they were tearing up the old one, I was able to recover the old weathered minifigures.  I kept them as a memento and put them on display with the others.

Hats off to Kay as these shelves look great and offer a great solution to displaying the minifigures.  It also looks like she can get one Series per a shelf.  Kay looks like she will need her friend to make a forth one shortly as she is running out of room!

Kay also mentioned that the front of the case it curved to allow for viewing from different angles.  I bet this also helps with taking a picture.  I always need to take the glass or plexiglass off of mine to take a picture to eliminate the glare.  🙂

Case # 1 includes Series 1 – 7 and the Disney Series

Case #2 includes Series 8 to 14 and the Olympic set

Case # 2 includes Series 15 and 16, Batman Movie Series and Simpsons Series 1 and Series 2.  It also includes a few miscellaneous Star Wars figures.

Collectors Corner Minifigure Display – How do you display your Minifigures – Here is how Christina M displays her Harry Potter Minifigure Collection

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Christina said that she is missing three figures.  Can you tell which ones?

I am continuing my latest attempt to post nice looking minifigure collections and displays.  If you have a collection to display, please message me on facebook with some pictures and I will post your collection also!

Christina M (facebook) sent me these great looking photos of her Harry Potter Minifigure and Set collection.  She has also come up with a great way to display these as well.  She has even come up with an interesting way to hang the sets on the wall using display shelves.  She even added her cat into the display!!!! lol.

As I stated above, Christina said that she is missing three figures.  Can you see which ones?  Please post a comment if you can find them.  Either comment below, or on the Facebook post.  Christina said the she does have the new dimensions figures, but that they are not in the display yet, so we are looking for three classic minifigures that are missing.

Here is a picture of how that these are displayed on the wall.  Note the security guard watching over the collection!

Here is a picture of an awesome MOC that she has as well

Here are a few more close ups of the figures.

Thanks for looking