Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Wright Flyer since July 2015. Very high accuracy
10124 Wright Flyer was a 670 piece Advanced Models exclusive set released in 2003. The current value for a new and sealed Wright Flyer is estimated at $482 with an average yearly gain of about 7%. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $283 and $365 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) 10124 Wright Flyer | NEW 2003 discontinued airplane 664 piece set
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(US) Wright Flyer (10124) NISB
(JP) Creator Wright Flyer 10124 In 2003 New Retired
(US) Sculptures 10124 Wright Flyer - NEW SEALED

Sale Trends

This chart shows the sales trends (number sold) of new/sealed 10124 Wright Flyer.

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Celebrate a century of flight with this detailed replica of the Wright Flyer. The world's first powered airplane took off from Kitty Hawk in December, 1903 and changed history! This realistic model reproduces the features of the famous biplane. Fully assembled, it is 19 inches long, 6 inches high, and has a wingspan of 21 inches. Add this amazing aircraft to your LEGO collection!

The Wright Brothers Plane is a detailed LEGO model of the world's first powered airplane built by Orville and Wilbur Wright and flown from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA on December 16, 1903. Orville Wright was the first to fly the plane, but his brother Wilbur made the longest journey (of 852 ft.) that day.

The model is made up of 664 parts and is 19"L x 6" high, with a wingspan of 21".
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