Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking since June 2016. High accuracy
LEGO 3602 Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking was a 3 piece Fabuland set with 1 FabuFig released in 1980. It includes Bianca Lamb, a red and yellow stroller, and a red umbrella. The current value for a new and sealed Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking is estimated at $310 with an average yearly gain of about 6%. The current used prices for Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking can be found in the range of $7 and $11 depending on the set's condition, with an average price of $9 if it is in good overall condition.

For Sale (New/Sealed)

(HU) BrickLink store Collector's Shop
$200.00
-35.6%
(US) eBay listings for Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking
~$301.09
-3.0%
(JP) Ultra rare item nowadays in PERFECTLY BRIGHT & SHINY CRISPY MINT MISB with no noticea...
$488.00
+57.2%

Sale Trends

This chart shows the sales trends (number sold) of new/sealed 3602 Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking.

FabuFigs

Pram Lisa Lamb Goes Walking contains 1 fabufig. The fabufig is unique to this set.

Sets in Fabuland

Theme Fabuland
Year 1980
Pieces / FabuFigs 36 / 2
Availability Retired
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Retail $13.95
Value $601.97
Growth 4215.2%
Annual growth 9.3%
Theme Fabuland
Year 1980
Pieces / FabuFigs 17 / 1
Availability Retired
3634 LEGO Fabuland Charlie Crow's Carry-All
Retail $13.95
Value $99.94
Growth 616.4%
Annual growth 3.8%
Theme Fabuland
Year 1980
Pieces / FabuFigs 3 / 1
Availability Retired
3604 LEGO Fabuland Mark Monkey with his Fruit Stall
Retail $4.47
Value $45.00
Growth 906.7%
Annual growth 5.6%
Theme Fabuland
Year 1980
Pieces / FabuFigs 1 / 1
Availability Retired
3605 LEGO Fabuland Ricky Racoon and His Scooter
Retail $4.47
Value $65.02
Growth 1354.6%
Annual growth 6.5%
FABULAND is a fantasy world with appealing animal characters which set off the imagination. The units are large and therefore quick and easy to put together. And there are little stories enclosed in the boxes, which children can “read” and use when building.
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