Set Value (New/Sealed)

This chart represents the current new/sealed value of the set LOM 2011 Moulding since June 2016. Medium accuracy
LEGO 4000002 LOM 2011 Moulding was a 174 piece Exclusive set released in 2011. This LOM (LEGO Operations Mexico) 2011 Molding set depicts LEGO's second molding plant in Mexico which was constructed in 2011, and is an insider exclusive set and was given as a gift to employees of the molding factory in Mexico to commemorate the factory's opening.

The current value for a new and sealed LOM 2011 Moulding is estimated around $3,417 today with current average yearly gain of about 38.4% but will level off in the next year closer to a 13.7% annual growth. The current used prices for LOM 2011 Moulding can be found in the range of $95 and $117 depending on the set's condition, with an average price of $97 if it is in good overall condition.
It's been a few months since we have seen 4000002 LOM 2011 Moulding for sale in primary or secondary markets. The current value of this set might be slightly higher then what we have estimated. The last new LOM 2011 Moulding seen was sold on ebay.com.

LEGO Internal Factory Sets

Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2016
Pieces 407
Availability Retired
4000023 Jiaxing Factory 2016
Value $409.36
Annual growth 32.4%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2015
Pieces 412
Availability Retired
4000018 Production Kladno Campus
Value $213.80
Annual growth 7.1%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2014
Pieces 327
Availability Retired
4000011 Nyiregyhaza Factory
Value $199.99
Annual growth 35.4%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2014
Pieces 215
Availability Retired
4000015 LOM Building B
Value $975.43
Annual growth 35.4%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2013
Pieces 285
Availability Retired
4000009 HMV Production
Value $600.04
Annual growth 30.4%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2012
Pieces 315
Availability Retired
4000005 Kornmarken Moulding
Value $438.92
Annual growth 35.4%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2012
Pieces 278
Availability Retired
4000006 Production Kladno Campus
Promotional
Value $324.02
Annual growth 5.9%

Sets in Exclusive / LEGO Internal

Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO internal
Year 2022
Pieces 1,494
Availability Retired
4000038 LEGO Campus
Value $599.37
Annual growth 31.2%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2014
Pieces 281
Availability Retired
4000016 Billund Airport
Retail $49.00
Value $118.74
Growth  142.3%
Annual growth 9.0%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2023
Pieces / Minifigs 122 / 1
Availability Retired
6471929 The Mysteries of Play
Value $120.47
Annual growth 33.2%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2014
Pieces 101
Availability Retired
4000019 Brand Identity and Experience
Value $773.53
Annual growth 16.6%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2012
Pieces 47
Availability Retired
4000004 Systematic Creativity Toolbox
Value $366.31
Annual growth 10.1%
Theme / Subtheme Exclusive / LEGO Internal
Year 2019
Pieces / Minifigs 39 / 5
Availability Retired
4000036 LEGO Play Day Polybag
Value $35.05
Annual growth 35.4%
When the first LOM facility, which included 182 moulding machines in the Moulding Department, was completed in 2009, it was expected that it would meet The LEGO Group's capacity requirements for some years to come. However, sales at The LEGO Group increased so quickly that there was soon talk about expanding. Another building was available next to the first facility, in another industrial park. Based on this building, a new project was started to create a new moulding facility. At the end of 2009, preparations started and the project was approved by The LEGO Group Board of Directors in May 2010.

From May to July, a project group was established with representatives from Facility, Engineering and Production.

Construction work started on July 14th, 2010 and the first phase of the building was ready for infrastructural fitting in January 2011. From January to September 2011, construction and fitting work continued in parallel. After only 14 months of work, construction ended...
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