75317 Lego BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & the Child
Lego BrickHeadz 75317 Lego Lego Star Wars

75317 LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & the Child. LEGO Star Wars the Mandalorian & The Child meets LEGO BrickHeadz. The latest addition to the Star Wars franchise, The Mandalorian, has been taking the world by storm. One of the most popular aspects of the show is the lovable character known as The Child, who also goes by the nickname Baby Yoda among fans. The Child has captured the hearts of both Star Wars fanatics and casual viewers alike with his adorable appearance and endearing personality. The show’s overall plot line follows a lone bounty hunter who becomes the caretaker of The Child, as they travel throughout the galaxy together. The Mandalorian and The Child have quickly become an iconic duo in the Star Wars universe, leaving audiences eagerly awaiting more adventures in future seasons.

Set Details

This LEGO® BrickHeadz Set (75317), consisting of 295 pieces, evokes memorable moments from Star Wars: The Mandalorian™ saga. The set features The Mandalorian™ and the Child in LEGO BrickHeadz versions, complete with The Mandalorian’s signature blaster rifle and a blaster pistol. Additionally, The Child has adjustable ears for happy or sad expressions, and it hovers in a transparent LEGO element built hoverpram. The Baby Yoda model also incorporates a concealed pink brain brick as do all BrickHeadz!

Model Name The Mandalorian & The Child
Model Number 75317
Theme BrickHeadz
Star Wars
Pieces 295
Minifigures 0
Launch Date February 2020
Current Status Current
Date Retired N/A
RRP £18

Investment Potential

The BrickHeadz™ collection may only be little sets, with a very little RRP, but they are a great potential investment from a sub-theme with post retirement growth levels from another galaxy!

These sets are available at Lego.com for £17.99 currently.

Launch RRP £18
Price Per Piece £0.06
Launch Price per piece £0.06
5th Year Value £37
Percentage Increase 107%
Expected Annual Growth 20%
Theme Growth 18%
Sub Theme Growth 27%

Theme Analysis

The LEGO Brickheadz theme and especially the Star Wars sub-theme have some exceptional post-retirement investment performances.

The pick of these is quite clearly BrickHeadz Star Wars Boba Fett and Han Solo in Carbonite, which was an exclusive set at Comic-Con in New York in 2017. If you were lucky enough to have purchased one then for approx. £30 it is worth 15 times that amount at over £500 just over 5 years later!

We have however ignored that from our sub-theme analysis and just looked at the 13 other LEGO BrickHeadz Star War sets that have retired (almost all in 2018 and 2019). And still the performance is utterly phenomenal with annualised growth of 30% across the 13 sets and with 12 of the 13 sets

with an annualised growth greater than 10%.

Some of the best performing sets in the theme are below, the pick for us is BrickHeadz Star Wars Boba Fett (41629) which is worth 5 times more than its £10 RRP less than 4 years after retiring, annualised growth of 47%!

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
41629 Boba Fett January 2019 £10 £54 441% 47%
41609 Chewbacca November 2018 £10 £39 290% 35%
41620 Stormtrooper January 2019 £10 £40 300% 38%
41628 Princess Leia March 2019 £10 £32 220% 32%

Comparable Set Analysis

In the comparable sets we have just looked at those sets containing 2 BrickHeadz as per LEGO 75317 and again we can see encouraging performance with an average annualised growth of just over 20%. The pick of these sets is clearly BrickHeadz Star Wars Luke & Yoda which has more than trebled in value in 4 years at a rate of 36% a year!

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
41489 Rey & Kylo Ren December 2017 £16 £31 96% 13%
41627 Luke & Yoda April 2019 £15 £53 254% 36%
75232 Kylo Ran & Sith Trooper September 2020 £18 £26 45% 15%


A great looking set, expected to retire by the end of the year from a sub-theme with a phenomenal track record producing annualised growth returns of 30% over the last 5 years since the first sets retired. What’s not to love, snap some of these up before they’re gone!