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 Platinum Mask of Light, The rarest and most valuable Lego piece
pango.707
Posted: Jan 13 2013, 10:43 AM





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I have the one and only ever made!! The Platinum Mask of light.
This was givin away by the Cartoon Network in 2003. A contest based around the release of the movie and givin away to one Grand prize winner.
This Mask is the rarest and most valuable Lego piece ever made.
I recently purchased it from its original owner here in Northern California.
This epic piece has never really been seen. It has been hiding away under a bed
since it was givin away.
Weighing in at a stagering 3 troy OZ. of pure and solid platinum.
When you hold this in your hand you can feel the weight and it is unbelievable!!

I can't seem to figure out how to post my pictures on here, but I did manage to post a couple on
brickpicker.com.
Takal
Posted: Jan 13 2013, 11:36 AM


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That's quite the accomplishment. Nice job.

The pic makes the ridges on the side look a little more streamlined than the typical version. Am I seeing that right?



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pango.707
Posted: Jan 13 2013, 07:08 PM





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It was made from the exact same mold that the other Mask Of Light masks were
made. Has the exact same stamping on the inside as the others.
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Posted: Jan 13 2013, 10:44 PM


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Nice work, Ill be kicking myself if I missed an ebay auction for this item, how did he sell it, and how much did you get it for if you dont mind my asking?


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Posted: Jan 14 2013, 04:15 AM


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Post some pics on it, from brickshelf!

You can start charging people $5 if they want to see a pic of your mask! Nah! Just joking! But that is pretty cool that you got to obtain one of the rare collectables from LEGO Bionicle!

Ha ha! I'm still waiting for LEGO to make a Hero Factory collectable, so I could buy it and auction it 10 years from now! But I don't think they made anything just yet.


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pango.707
Posted: Jan 14 2013, 10:58 AM





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I own a Lego Hobby shop in Northern California called "The Brick Hutt".
I live in the Same city as the original owner and he walked in one day.
We made a deal.
I estimate The Lego Bionicle Platinum Mask of Light (AVOHKII) to be worth $25,000 - $35,000 dollars.
This is a piece that was made to be viewed in a gallery and is of museum quality.
This is the rarest Lego piece known to exist.
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Posted: Jan 14 2013, 05:16 PM


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That is totally insane! You are very lucky. "Keep it secret. Keep it safe" lol


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Posted: Jan 14 2013, 08:33 PM


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If you do get some pictures for us to see, may I post them on our news? If you have them uploaded somewhere already, I can grab them from a link.


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Posted: Jan 15 2013, 10:12 PM





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I would love to see pictures of this.


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Keiria
Posted: Jan 22 2013, 04:42 PM





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Really?! I never knew BIONICLE pieces could be SO EXSPENSIVE!!! It's insane I tell you, insane! Is it really the only piece like that on Earth!?

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Posted: Jan 24 2013, 05:21 PM


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QUOTE (pango.707 @ Jan 14 2013, 03:58 PM)
I own a Lego Hobby shop in Northern California called "The Brick Hutt".
I live in the Same city as the original owner and he walked in one day.
We made a deal.
I estimate The Lego Bionicle Platinum Mask of Light (AVOHKII) to be worth $25,000 - $35,000 dollars.
This is a piece that was made to be viewed in a gallery and is of museum quality.
This is the rarest Lego piece known to exist.

Man that is RADICAL!!!!!! ohmy.gif ohmy.gif .
If i may ask, how much did you get it for?


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Posted: Feb 28 2013, 08:06 AM





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awesome. but....i have a little doubts about authenticy...sorry.
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