BrickEnvy, an online store that sells collector Lego sets, has come out with the world’s most expensive Lego. Same size and shape as standard 2×4 Lego brick, this rare single brick, made from 25.65 grams of 14-carat gold, which never hit toy store shelves has mysterious origins. In the period from 1979-1981, only select company partners and Lego workers with 25 years of employment had a chance to get these rare awards, that were given once or twice a year, and only during mentioned period.
The rare Lego brick, for which can even be said that is antique comes in its original plastic box with the LEGO logo which was in use at the time. The price of $14,449.99 makes it world’s most expensive Lego brick (to remind you: it’s a single brick, not a set).