Lego Star Wars Helmets

A new, but very attractive LEGO Star Wars Helmets sub-theme launched in 2020, 4 Helmets have now retired and all show phenomenal initial price growth. We think the 3 sets below are the best of those currently available but can’t see any reason for all the currently available helmets to do well post-retirement.

Darth Vader™ Helmet (75304)

LEGO set 75304; Darth Vader™ Helmet, is the perfect tribute to the iconic Dark Lord of the Sith. Test your skills and relive classic moments from a galaxy far, far away as you build this amazing helmet in brick form. With 834 pieces and measuring 20cm high and 15cm wide, the set makes for an impressive display piece, especially when featured with other sets in the collection. This is the biggest and some would say best helmet to date, it has certainly been hugely popular. On sale since April 2021, it was expected to retire December 2022 but still going, it will retire this year. 

Model Name Darth Vader Helmet
Model Number 75304
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes Helmets
Pieces 834
Price per Piece £0.08
Launch Date April 2021
Current Status Current
RRP £70

Luke Skywalker™ (Red Five) Helmet  (75327)

With LEGO set 75327; Luke Skywalker™ (Red Five) Helmet, you can construct the helmet that made Luke Skywalker famous! This ultra-detailed LEGO® Star Wars™ buildable model of his iconic pilot headgear was the first Star Wars helmet in the collection. With 675 pieces, you can challenge your inner Jedi by recreating authentic details, like a brick-built microphone with interior padding and translucent red visor elements. It’s sure to impress even the most discerning Jedi Master. On sale since March 2022, the set may retire December 2023 but 2024 is more likely. 

Model Name Luke Skywalker Red Five Helmet
Model Number 75327
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes Helmets
Pieces 675
Price per Piece £0.09
Launch Date March 2022
Current Status Current
RRP £60

Princess Leia™ (Boushh™) Helmet (75351)

LEGO set 75351 brings the iconic helmet of Princess Leia (Boushh) disguise in Return of the Jedi to your collection.  This LEGO set comes with 670 pieces and gives you a big visual impact – measuring over 17 cm high, 11 cm wide and 14 cm deep – the iconic helmet stands proud amongst the rest of the collection. This set celebrates the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. So, get ready to recreate the bounty hunter helmet, and may the force be ever in your favour! Only launched January 2023, the set id likely to retire December 2024. 

Model Name Princess Leia (Boushh) Helmet
Model Number 75351
Theme Star Wars
Sub Themes Helmets
Pieces 670
Price per Piece £0.09
Launch Date January 2023
Current Status Current
RRP £60

Retired Sets

When we looked deep into the data surrounding this new sub theme, we were very excited to look at such amazing growth in such a short period of time. The sets were originally priced at £45-£55 (current sets priced £60-£70).

They were all on sale for between 21 and 24 months so relatively short sale period (although Darth Vader is on sale for longer now) we love to see this from an investment perspective. The sets that we looked at were the 75274 Lego TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet, 75276 Lego Stormtrooper Helmet, 75305 Lego Scout Trooper Helmet and the 75277 Lego Boba Fett Helmet but others you may like to consider are the 75304 Lego Darth Vader Helmet, 75327 Lego Luke Skywalker Helmet, 75328 Lego The Mandalorian Helmet, 75343 Lego Dark Trooper Helmet, 75349 Lego Captain Rex Helmet, 75350 Lego Clone Commander Cody Helmet and the 75351 Lego Princess Leia Helmet.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75274 TIE Fighter Pilot January 2022 £55 £261 311% 198%
75276 Stormtrooper March 2022 £55 £115 109% 92%
75305 Scout Trooper Helmet December 2022 £45 54 20% 62%
75277 Boba Fett December 2022 £55 £66 20% 62%

These retired sets show outstanding growth and have data that cannot be argued with. We would suggest that LEGO Investors buy all current LEGO Star Wars Helmets when they have the opportunity to do so. This is certainly a theme where we would be doubling down on any potential investments.