75371 LEGO Star Wars Chewbacca
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It’s no secret that Star Wars and LEGO are two pop culture phenomenon that have stood the test of time. Fans of all ages have been building their own versions of the iconic Millennium Falcon and Jedi starfighters for years. It’s no wonder that the latest LEGO Star Wars release, the 40th anniversary celebration set featuring a brick-built LEGO Chewbacca, has been creating a buzz in the LEGO community. With its highly detailed design, it is a perfect LEGO display set, in fact it would look great in a LEGO display case, and is ideal for both the avid collector and the casual Star Wars fan. The popularity of both Star Wars LEGO shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, and it’s exciting to see how they continue to inspire creativity and imagination in generations to come.

Set Details

Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi with a special LEGO® Star Wars™ Chewbacca (75371) build-and-display figure. You can unleash your creative talent to construct this legendary Wookiee in LEGO form, complete with his hairy body, bandolier, and giant bowcaster! This impressive buildable LEGO figure consists of 2319 pieces, towers over 46 cm tall, and comes with a built-in display stand. Additionally, the set features an information plaque about the character and includes a Chewbacca LEGO minifigure armed with a stud-shooting bowcaster.

Model Name Chewbacca
Model Number 75371
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes Episode VI
Pieces 2319
Minifigures 1
Launch Date September 2023
Current Status Available
Date Retired N/A
RRP £180

Investment Potential

LEGO set 75371 is an amazing investment opportunity that will provide long-term growth and appreciation potential for savvy investors. This set has been listed with a suggested retail price of £180, which works out to be just over 8 pence per piece. The 5 year projected value of this set looks very encouraging as is the projected annualised growth. Let’s get into the reasons for this.

Launch RRP £180
Price Per Piece £0.08
Launch Price per piece £0.08
5th Year Value £240
Percentage Increase 33%
Expected Annual Growth 10%
Theme Growth 11%
Sub Theme Growth 10%

Theme Analysis

The LEGO Star Wars theme is a rock solid place to start when buying LEGO as the LEGO sets listed in the table below demonstrate with some reaching retirement values of over 1000%. The iconic Star Wars set number 10212-1 Imperial Shuttle has an impressive 1250% total growth since its retirement date, and 13% annualised growth. This is followed by Set 75098-1 Assault on Hoth with 101% total growth and 13% annualised growth. The LEGO set 10236-1 Ewok Village has an impressive 130% total growth and 13% annualised growth since its retirement date, followed by the Republic Dropship with AT-OT Walker set number 10195-1 with an incredible 513% total growth and 17% annualised growth. Each of these sets have proven to be great investments and are likely to continue increasing in value over time.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
10212-1 Imperial Shuttle December 2012 £245 £861 250% 12%
75098-1 Assault on Hoth December 2017 £230 £463 101% 13%
10236-1 Ewok Village December 2016 £200 £459 130% 13%
10195-1 Republic Dropship with AT-OT Walker December 2011 £184 £1128 513% 17%

Comparable Set Analysis

We wanted to look further into comparison data, and we found the results just as exciting. LEGO Set 75371, the Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruiser was released in 2010 and is now worth £150 – an increase of 168%. Similarly, LEGO Set 8038 – The Battle of Endor which was released in 2011 has increased by 156% in value with a current worth of £218. The most dramatic increase can be seen with LEGO Set 75020, Jabba’s Sail Barge which was released in 2014 and is now worth an incredible £332 – an increase of 232%. These sets have an average annualised growth of 9% which is very strong indeed when you look at the time period for these sets.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
7754 Home One Mon Calamari Star Cruiser December 2010 £90 £151 68% 4%
8038 The Battle of Endor December 2011 £85 £218 156% 8%
9516 Jabba’s Palace December 2013 £120 £289 141% 10%
75020 Jabba’s Sail Barge December 2014 £100 £332 232% 15%


The estimated five year value of LEGO Chewbacca 75371 is projected to be £240, representing a 33% increase in value and a projected 10% annual growth. This set is part of the larger LEGO Star Wars theme which has an estimated 11% growth and the sub-theme has been projected to have a 10% growth rate. In short, this set offers excellent return potential. With such impressive projections it becomes an easy purchase but we always suggest to keep an eye out for any discounts from RRP and buy as soon as the opportunity arises.