The LEGO Pirates Seasonal subtheme, introduced in 2009, inlcudes 8 minifigs across 1 set. On average, these minifigs have an annual growth rate of 5.2%.
Most valuable Pirates Seasonal minifig
Imperial Soldier II (pi114) $12.00
Highest growth Seasonal minifig
Imperial Soldier II Officer (pi109) +254.34%
Most owned Pirates Seasonal minifig
Captain Brickbeard (pi081)
Set with the most Pirates Seasonal minifigs
6299 Pirates Advent Calendar 8 minifigs
The LEGO Pirates theme, first introduced in 1989 and revived several times over the years, features a wide range of minifigures depicting the adventurous life of pirates and their adversaries. Key minifigures include Captain Redbeard, the iconic pirate leader, his crew members like First Mate Rummy and Bo'Sun Will, and their rivals, the Imperial Soldiers led by Governor Broadside and Admiral Woodhouse. These minifigures are detailed with pirate attire, weapons such as swords and muskets, and accessories like treasure maps and parrots. The sets in this theme recreate classic pirate scenarios including ships, forts, and treasure islands.
Minifig number pi114
Imperial Soldier II wearing a plain shako hat
Value $12.00
Growth  +152.1%
Annual growth 6.4%
Minifig number pi113
Value $6.49
Growth  +131.8%
Annual growth 5.8%
Minifig number pi112
A pirate with gray hair and beard, wearing a vest with an anchor tattoo (Castaway minifigure)
Value $7.47
Growth  +114.0%
Annual growth 5.3%
Minifig number pi109
Imperial Soldier II officer without a plume
Value $9.39
Growth  +254.3%
Annual growth 8.9%
Minifig number pi108
Pirate with green legs, wearing a blue vest, a dark green bandana, and sporting a smirk with stubble beard
Value $3.77
Growth  +52.0%
Annual growth 2.9%
Minifig number pi101
Female pirate with blue legs
Value $3.63
Growth  +142.0%
Annual growth 5.8%
Minifig number pi081
Value $8.81
Growth  +120.8%
Annual growth 5.2%
Minifig number gen018
Skeleton minifigure with Fantasy Era Torso featuring an evil skull design
Value $5.47
Growth  +84.8%
Annual growth 3.8%