Lego Star Wars UCS

The best LEGO Star Wars UCS sets for your LEGO Investment portfolio.

10026 LEGO® Star Wars™ Special Edition Naboo Starfighter

This LEGO® Star Wars™ Naboo Starfighter Set 10026 (released in 2002) is a great way to add some nostalgia to your display shelf, although is extremely rare! Surprisingly, as part of the Ultimate Collector Series, this set only features 187 pieces, but it is beautifully designed with a selection of wedge slopes and silver elements, giving the ship a spectacular finished look.

This is the LEGO Star Wars UCS set with the highest total growth since it retired at 2945% (annualised growth of 18% a year for 20 years!)

75159 LEGO® Star Wars™ The Death Star

Re-create your own epic Star Wars™ moments with the Empire’s most powerful weapon, the Death Star! With more than 4,000 pieces to build and assemble, this incredible LEGO® Star Wars™ model features an array of intricate and realistic settings, such as the superlaser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with a moving launch rack and Lord Vader’s TIE Advanced, which even has space for Vader himself! You’ll also find Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, a Droid maintenance room, detention block, trash compactor, tractor beam, cargo area and a turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters. A massive 23 Minifigures are included in this set, along with 2 Droids, making this a serious set for collectors. 

This LEGO Star Wars UCS set has the highest annualised growth since it retired of 36% (total growth of 109% in just 2½ years)

10018 LEGO® Star Wars™ Darth Maul

Released in 2001, this magnificent (if a little scary) looking set comprises of 1868 pieces. Its distinctive colouring of black and red, along with twisted horns and ominous looking eyes really ensure that the model stands out if built. 

It is the most expensive LEGO Star Wars USC set and the set with the highest actual profit (£2,664) with 2248% total growth since it retired (annualised growth of 17% a year for 20 years)

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
10026 Special Edition Naboo Starfighter December 2002 £32 £921 2815% 18%
75159 The Death Star December 2020 £410 £862 111% 37%
10018 Darth Maul October 2002 £118 £2637 2126% 16%

Sub Theme Analysis

The LEGO® Star Wars™ Ultimate Collector Series was launched in 2000 and there have been 31 Retired Sets between 2001 and 2023.

For the 31 sets, total retail price to purchase is £5887, total current value £23,735, a growth of £17,848 (303%). This translates to an average annualised growth of 13%. 24 of the 31 sets have delivered annualised returns of 10%+

Current Sets

Set Number Set Name Launch Date RRP Expected Retire Date
75331 The Razor Crest October 2022 £520 December 2025
75341 Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder May 2022 £210 December 2024
75313 AT-AT November 2021 £735 December 2024
75309 Republic Gunship August 2021 £345 December 2024
75355 X-Wing Starfighter May 2023 £210 December 2026