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Silver lego bricks

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On 16/03/2019 at 00:28, Downs523 said:

I was wondering if anyone knows if there has been lego bricks made from silver? They would make great gifts! Little 1oz casts or bigger!! 

@BackyardBullion¬†Do you have any lego moulds or fancy making some ūüėā

If you're still looking for some - here are different sizes and sets https://findcoinonline.com/products/format=bar;metal=silver?search_query=block&sort_by=recently-added

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I bought some of the Monarch ones quite recently- see 

I'm still a little disappointed that they don't interlock with real Lego bricks...

Interestingly there are "real" Lego bricks made of precious metals, which were awarded to employees of the Lego company for 25 years' service... one was sold a couple of years ago for £12,000- see https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/lego-brick-made-14-carat-9737987

(then there were the gold minifigures called "Mr Gold" that were randomly distributed a couple of years ago.. but this is getting off topic now¬†ūüėÉ)


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Unfortunately the silver minifigures never made it into production due to legal reasons.

Speaking of gold ones, here's mine.  The long time members have seen this before and know it's history.  Cast directly from a brick so all the markings are there.  I believe it was a dark green brick so the numbering and injection tab doesn't match up with the brick in the pic.  Done by a jewellers in HK a number of years ago in 24k gold weighing in at 31.41g.

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Hello All,

Sorry for the delayed response! 

I have about 50 sterling silver bricks for sale. 20g each and laser hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office. They stack just like the real thing! I can also offer custom laser engraving, which makes them ideal gifts.

I have one 20g 9ct brick left from a sale that fell through. I've made about 5-6 9ct bricks so far. (Hallmarked etc).

Please comment below or pop me a PM for further discussion. 

Many thanks, 


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