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LEGO 21043 Architecture San Francisco Model Building Set £31.71 (£30.80 via FFC) @ Amazon France
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LEGO 21043 Architecture San Francisco Model Building Set £31.71 (£30.80 via FFC) @ Amazon France

£31.71£37.8816%Amazon France Deals
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Posted 28th JanEdited by:"AnkerMan"

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Another new low for this Lego set. Aprox £30.80 via free fee card like monzo,starling,etc.

Product Description
Recreate the magnificence of San Francisco architecture with this 21043 LEGO Architecture San Francisco Skyline Collection model. This LEGO brick collectible features a selection of the city’s iconic attractions and landmarks, including the famous painted ladies buildings, 555 California Street, the Transamerica Pyramid, Salesforce Tower, Coit Tower, Fort Point, Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island. A blue-tiled baseplate representing the Golden Gate strait and a San Francisco nameplate add the finishing touch to this amazing San Francisco souvenir model. LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection models are perfect for display in the home or office and have been developed for all with an interest in travel, architectural culture, history and design. Each skyline building set is scaled to give an accurate representation of the comparative size of the featured structures, with realistic colour depiction.

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Features & details
  • Build and display this highly detailed LEGO architecture interpretation of the San Francisco skyline
  • Features painted ladies buildings near Alamo Square, 555 California Street, the Transamerica Pyramid, Salesforce Tower, Coit Tower, Fort Point, Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island
  • This LEGO Architecture model comes with a decorative San Francisco nameplate
  • Measures over 6 Inch (16 cm) high, 11 Inch (28 cm) wide and 2 Inch (7 cm) deep; 629 pieces - for boys and girls aged 12+ and for fans and kids of all ages
  • The LEGO Architecture Skyline Collection 21043 San Francisco set can be built together with all other original LEGO sets and LEGO bricks for creative building
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I personally think that this is one of the most interesting mini sets in the range in terms of proportions and setup. Colours to
Agree with you op, I have built a few of these cityscapes and this is my favourite in terms of build and finished article
Mister_Cool28/01/2020 11:12

Agree with you op, I have built a few of these cityscapes and this is my …Agree with you op, I have built a few of these cityscapes and this is my favourite in terms of build and finished article


Sometime it hard to tell from box art. Do you have any other favourites? I haven't built it yet but I also like the US capitol building.
its asking me what currency my card is in. i have a fee free card, should i change it to euros?
AnkerMan28/01/2020 11:19

Sometime it hard to tell from box art. Do you have any other favourites? I …Sometime it hard to tell from box art. Do you have any other favourites? I haven't built it yet but I also like the US capitol building.


As far as the cityscapes go, Vegas was better than the others (after San Francisco) as it had some variety to the build, alot of the others were quite staid given the nature of building small skyscrapers. As for the rest of the range, Falling Water was my favourite. I built that before I appreciated the value of pristine boxed lego. I paid £62 for that a few years ago and its worth nearly £400 now!
Mister_Cool28/01/2020 11:31

its asking me what currency my card is in. i have a fee free card, should …its asking me what currency my card is in. i have a fee free card, should i change it to euros?


Yes choose euros.
Mister_Cool28/01/2020 11:31

its asking me what currency my card is in. i have a fee free card, should …its asking me what currency my card is in. i have a fee free card, should i change it to euros?


i tried both, i think euro is the option to go for. its charging me delivery though, so £30
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Mister_Cool28/01/2020 11:41

i tried both, i think euro is the option to go for. its charging me …i tried both, i think euro is the option to go for. its charging me delivery though, so £30


Your right. I updated the post. Thanks for that. I mixed up some of the rates when I was editing the London set from before.
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It’s a shame, I would have bit at £26 for my loft, currently 90 unopened Lego sets up there and counting
Mister_Cool28/01/2020 12:14

It’s a shame, I would have bit at £26 for my loft, currently 90 unopened Le …It’s a shame, I would have bit at £26 for my loft, currently 90 unopened Lego sets up there and counting


Sorry about that bro.You wouldn't happen to have Simpsons Kwik-E-Mart up there? So many interesting sets that are beyond my reach
Edited by: "AnkerMan" 28th Jan
Nah no simpsons stuff. Nearly all the Harry Potter sets from current range, lots of super hero stuff and speed champions. Back to the future, ghostbusters. Got The Tumbler from 2014 that was my first big set I decided to not build, and got the recent 1989 Batmobile with the free limited edition version, that was a good buy
Mister_Cool28/01/2020 13:03

Nah no simpsons stuff. Nearly all the Harry Potter sets from current …Nah no simpsons stuff. Nearly all the Harry Potter sets from current range, lots of super hero stuff and speed champions. Back to the future, ghostbusters. Got The Tumbler from 2014 that was my first big set I decided to not build, and got the recent 1989 Batmobile with the free limited edition version, that was a good buy



Yeah i wish i had started buying lego around five years ago. Lot of interesting over that period of time.
AnkerMan28/01/2020 11:19

Sometime it hard to tell from box art. Do you have any other favourites? I …Sometime it hard to tell from box art. Do you have any other favourites? I haven't built it yet but I also like the US capitol building.


I have London (with LED lights), Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago (with LED lights), Sydney, Venice, Shanghai & Trafalgar Square..... Most boring one (in my opinion) Venice. Favourite to build was San Francisco but the most impressive to look at (I think) is Trafalgar Square..... having said that I'm about to sell them. It's far too much of an expensive hobby lol
Yeah it’s almost foolproof, I think 2 of the sets have gone down in price, some haven’t moved much but they nearly always go up in price. I’m at around 45% profit across the 90 sets. The problem is they’re very much tangible goods and it’s not easy turning it into cash, and postage and ebay/paypal costs will eat into that profit (even on ebays £1 listing weekends). And there’s no way I’ll be able to ship 90 sets of pristine Lego without a few of those arriving in damaged boxes. But when do you sell, if ever? Maybe they’ll eventually end up being handed down to my kids. Though I secretly hope to win the lottery so I can build them all!
Mister_Cool28/01/2020 14:19

Yeah it’s almost foolproof, I think 2 of the sets have gone down in price, …Yeah it’s almost foolproof, I think 2 of the sets have gone down in price, some haven’t moved much but they nearly always go up in price. I’m at around 45% profit across the 90 sets. The problem is they’re very much tangible goods and it’s not easy turning it into cash, and postage and ebay/paypal costs will eat into that profit (even on ebays £1 listing weekends). And there’s no way I’ll be able to ship 90 sets of pristine Lego without a few of those arriving in damaged boxes. But when do you sell, if ever? Maybe they’ll eventually end up being handed down to my kids. Though I secretly hope to win the lottery so I can build them all!


I buy primarily to enjoy and display. If the set gain value over time then this is a bonus, especially if you decide to sell. Id rather make some short term gains so that i can focus on older sets on ebay.
AnkerMan28/01/2020 13:14

Yeah i wish i had started buying lego around five years ago. Lot of …Yeah i wish i had started buying lego around five years ago. Lot of interesting over that period of time.


You missed out on some good sets, personally feel lucky to have every Simpsons LEGO product ever made from sets to CMFs to dimensions and even Brickheadz
Yeah we have some sets that we make up. Most of the architecture ones we build, we tend to buy the ones that me and my partner have visited. We also built the Hogwarts Castle before Christmas, it's a beast. Bought it second hand and sold the four mini-figures that came with it for £75 to recoup some of the cost, even second hand it's a hell of an outlay for Lego
Even today, i still stumble across sets of lego that i had no idea existed. Can only hope that some of them get re-released in some shape or form. Like the Wall-E one
Edited by: "AnkerMan" 28th Jan
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