Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Imperial Hotel since December 2015. Very high accuracy
The Imperial Hotel was completed in Tokyo (Japan) in 1923 as a luxury hotel for Western visitors situated next to the Imperial Palace. Designed by famed architect, Frank Loyd Wright, the Imperial Hotel boasts 250 rooms, 5 ballrooms, and 10 banquet rooms. Its shape, when viewed aerially, spells its initials "I" and "H."

It was retired in December 2015 with a lifespan of 33 months. The current value for a new and sealed Imperial Hotel is estimated at $192 with an average yearly gain of about 5% which is lower than other Architect Series sets. On the secondary markets the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $183 and $232. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $117 and $167 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) *** Best US listing for Imperial Hotel ***
BrickEconomy Choice
$169.99
(US) Imperial Hotel Set 21017 Architecture box is not perfect sealed Inv 51
$169.99
-11.3%
(US) Architecture Imperial Hotel 21017 Frank Lloyd Wright Japan Landmark Retired
$189.95
-0.9%
(US) New, sealed, shelf wear. Ask for pics if interested!
$190.00
-0.9%
(US) Architecture Imperial Hotel 21017 Frank Lloyd Wright Japan Landmark Retired
$199.95
+4.3%
(US) 21017 Architecture Imperial Hotel Frank Lloyd Wright - RETIRED - New
$199.95
+4.3%
(US) Architecture 21017 Imperial Hotel - NEW
$199.99
+4.3%
(US) ARCHITECTURE 21017 New Sealed
$205.00
+6.9%
(US) ARCHITECTURE Imperial Hotel (21017) Brand New
$219.00
+14.2%
(US) Architecture 21017 Imperial Hotel New Factory Sealed Retired
$219.00
+14.2%
(US) ARCHITECTURE: Imperial Hotel (21017) Brand New in Sealed Damage Box
$225.00
+17.4%
(US) - Architecture Series - Imperial Hotel 21017 - Frank Lloyd Wright - Sealed
$229.99
+20.0%
(US) - Architecture Series - Imperial Hotel 21017 - Frank Lloyd Wright - Sealed
$229.99
+20.0%
(AU) 21017 Architecture Imperial Hotel - Brand New Sealed
$231.44
+20.7%
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Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

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Sale Trends

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Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright from 1916-1922, the Imperial Hotel of Tokyo, Japan was commissioned to bridge the divide between the Western and Eastern worlds. This modern masterpiece exemplifies Frank Lloyd Wright's imagination and genius, designed in the shape of it’s own monogram logo and strong enough to withstand Japan’s frequent and devastating earthquakes. Today, the main entrance and lobby are all that remains of this icon, displayed in the Meiji Museum in Nogoya, Japan. This highly detailed LEGO® model, co-developed and designed by LEGO architects, captures all of the distinctive features that made the Imperial Hotel an architectural landmark for generations. The assembled Imperial Hotel model stands over 11" (28cm) wide on a base with printed name label. Set includes a booklet with facts about the building, its construction and its history. •Replica of real-world architectural landmark •Booklet included with details on design and history (English language only)...
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