Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set The Eiffel Tower since December 2018. Very high accuracy
LEGO 21019 The Eiffel Tower was a 321 piece Architecture set released in 2014. It was retired in December 2018 with a lifespan of 59 months. The current value for a new and sealed The Eiffel Tower is estimated at $93 with an average yearly gain of about 13% which is higher than other Landmark Series sets. On the secondary markets, the typical price range for the set MISB/NISB is between $91 and $115. On the open market, a used set will fetch in the range of between $23 and $34 depending on the condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(US) *** Best US listing for The Eiffel Tower ***
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(US) BrickLink store Dark Bricks
(US) BrickLink store OregonMasterBuilders
(JP) 21019 Architecture The Eiffel Tower Sealed Retired From Japan Investment
(US) Box in excellent condition
(US) Brand new in sealed box - box has a dentAll LEGO come from a non-smoking and pet free...
(US) Amazon listing for The Eiffel Tower
(KR) LEGO ARCHITECTURE: The Eiffel Tower (21019)
(US) This set is Brand New and Very Hard to Find!
(US) BrickLink store Frog_Hopper
(US) Architecture 21019 ~ Eiffel Tower ~ New is Sealed Box
(US) Architecture The Eiffel Tower 21019 Paris France Retired NEW
(US) Architecture The Eiffel Tower Set 21019 - 100% Verified Authentic and New
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Sales Distribution (Last 90 Days)

This chart shows the distribution of sales for the last 3 months of new/sealed 21019 The Eiffel Tower.

Sale Trends

This chart shows the sales trends (number sold) of new/sealed 21019 The Eiffel Tower.

Eiffel Tower Sets

Theme / Subtheme Icons / Landmarks
Year 2022
Pieces 10,001
Availability Limited retail
10307 LEGO Landmarks Eiffel Tower
Retail $629.99
Available at retail
Theme / Subtheme Advanced Models / Buildings
Year 2007
Pieces 3,428
Availability Retired
10181 LEGO Eiffel Tower
Retail $199.99
Value $1,299.55
Growth  549.8%
Annual growth 6.4%

Sets in Architecture / Landmark Series

Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2014
Pieces 731
Availability Retired
21020 LEGO Architecture Trevi Fountain
Retail $49.99
Value $199.99
Growth  300.1%
Annual growth 8.6%
Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2015
Pieces 695
Availability Retired
21024 LEGO Architecture Louvre
Retail $59.99
Value $134.49
Growth  124.2%
Annual growth 6.0%
Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2013
Pieces 602
Availability Retired
21021 LEGO Architecture Marina Bay Sands
Retail $74.99
Value $1,042.20
Growth  1289.8%
Annual growth 13.5%
Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2013
Pieces 597
Availability Retired
21018 LEGO Architecture United Nations Headquarters
Retail $49.99
Value $117.03
Growth  134.1%
Annual growth 9.1%
Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2015
Pieces 471
Availability Retired
21023 LEGO Architecture Flatiron Building, New York
Retail $39.99
Value $89.99
Growth  125.0%
Annual growth 5.6%
Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2013
Pieces 345
Availability Retired
21015 LEGO Architecture The Leaning Tower of Pisa
Retail $34.99
Value $159.99
Growth  357.2%
Annual growth 11.8%
Theme / Subtheme Architecture / Landmark Series
Year 2015
Pieces 274
Availability Retired
21022 LEGO Architecture Lincoln Memorial
Retail $29.99
Value $142.10
Growth  373.8%
Annual growth 10.6%
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Presenting the LEGO® Architecture interpretation of one of the most iconic landmarks ever constructed – The Eiffel Tower! Designed and built by French entrepreneur, Gustave Eiffel, the original 324-meter-tall masterpiece of wrought iron engineering formed the grand entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair, held in Paris to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. During construction, the 18,038 wrought iron elements making up the tower’s lattice structure were bolted together at Eiffel’s factory on the outskirts of Paris, before being transported to the site, hoisted into place by steam-powered cranes operating from the elevator shafts, and assembled using no less than 2.5 million individual rivets. The resulting structure was extremely rigid and over the years has withstood storms, floods and everything else mother nature has thrown at it. Today, The Eiffel Tower is one of the world’s most popular landmarks, attracting millions of curious visitors from around the...
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