We’re going on a quest, not for the ring, but for the most valuable Lord of the Rings collectibles found on hobbyDB.
Which among items from Funko, Weta Workshop and beyond is worth more than Smaug’s gold? We take a look.
Remember, estimated values tend to fluctuate, especially as we add more and more items and price points to ensure the guide’s accuracy. Also keep in mind that these are the values for items found solely on hobbyDB. Scroll below for more information on how you can help us build our Lord of the Rings database. Follow this link for a current list of the Most Valuable Lord of the Rings collectibles on hobbyDB.
Top-20 Most Valuable Lord of the Rings
20. Lothlorian Candle Holder (The Noble Collection) ($65)
19. Sauron (Patina) (Funko Wacky Wobblers) ($75)
18. Gollum (Funko) ($75)
17. Ringwraith on Horse (Gentle Giant) ($80)
16. Smaug (Gold Metallic) ($80)
15. Treebeard (Funk0) ($95)
14. Balrog – The Flame of Udun (Weta Workshop) ($100)
13. Gandalf (Funko) ($75 – $125)
12. Bilbo (Weta Workshop) ($140)
11. Smaug (Yellow Eyes) (Funko) ($145)
10. Witch King of Angmar (Funko Mystery Minis) ($150)
9. Gandalf the Grey (Weta Workshop) ($175)
8. Balrog (Funko) ($155 – $185)
7. Thorin Oakenshield (Funko) ($185)
6. Lurtz (Funko Mystery Minis) ($260)
5. Aragorn & Arwen (Funko) ($280)
4. Eowyn (Funko Mystery Minis) ($410)
3. Legolas Greenleaf (Blue Eyes) (Funko) ($490)
2. Bilbo Baggins (Funko) ($115 – $670)
1. Gandalf the Grey (Ultimate Edition) (Infinity Studios X Penguin Toys) ($2,900)
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