Building is a subtheme of Classic that consists of 8 sets that ran from 1963 to 1968. Most sets were released in 1968 which accounted for 3 sets. As of today, the average annual growth of sets in Classic Building is approximately 8.7% per year.
Most valuable Classic Building set
324-2 House with Garage $1,145.33
Largest Classic Building set
342 Station 215 pieces
The LEGO Classic Building theme from the 1960s consisted of sets that focused on general construction and architectural design using standard LEGO bricks. Unlike specialized themes, the Classic Building sets from this era emphasized foundational building techniques and allowed for the creation of various structures and designs. It represented one of LEGO's early efforts to promote versatile brick-based construction.
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1968
Pieces 215
Availability Retired
342 LEGO Station
Retail $11.25
Value $389.16
Growth  3359.2%
Annual growth 6.5%
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1968
Pieces 123
Availability Retired
341 LEGO Warehouse
Retail $7.25
Value $559.54
Growth  7617.8%
Annual growth 8.1%
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1968
Pieces 86
Availability Retired
340-3 LEGO Railroad Control Tower
Retail $4.90
Value $531.62
Growth  10749.4%
Annual growth 8.7%
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1966
Pieces 121
Availability Retired
325-3 LEGO Shell Service Station
Retail $5.75
Value $1,045.40
Growth  18080.9%
Annual growth 9.4%
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1965
Pieces 60
Availability Retired
326 LEGO Small Cottage
Value $601.00
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1964
Pieces 174
Availability Retired
324-2 LEGO House with Garage
Retail $4.89
Value $1,145.33
Growth  23321.9%
Annual growth 9.5%
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1964
Pieces 171
Availability Retired
322-2 LEGO Town House
Retail $6.89
Value $982.36
Growth  14157.8%
Annual growth 8.6%
Theme / Subtheme Classic / Building
Year 1963
Pieces 153
Availability Retired
318 LEGO Windmill Set
Retail $4.50
Value $768.13
Growth  16969.6%
Annual growth 8.8%