The Harry Potter film series is the most popular film series in the history of the world. The Warner Bros. Film Company turned the seven episodes into eight films and gain a total box office revenue of $7.8 billion! With the end of the Harry Potter films, LEGO also discontinued the Harry Potter series(Cryyyy...but in August 2018 LEGO has launched six LEGO Wizarding Worlds, including four Harry Potter and two Fantastic Beasts.YAY)
After the Harry Potter film was released in 2001, LEGO bricks obtained copyright in the same year, and it was the second film copyright series after the Star Wars. LEGO was faced with a test of life and death in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, and
Harry Potter series was one of the series that led LEGO out of the predicament and returned to its peak (and LEGO Star Wars too!).
The LEGO Harry Potter series has been launched since 2001 and already 18 years till today, many of which have become out of print! Comparee here lists all the versions that have been published in 2001-2002, because the series in the past two years is the most worthy of everyone's collection.
4701 Sorting Hat
This lego was released in same year with the 2001 movie, when the design was relatively rudimentary, and Harry still green and haven't sorted into Gryffindor House by the sorting hat.
4702 The Final Challenge
The highlight of this set is that the figure has a double-faced face, which is rare in the design. The double-faced is designed according to the Voldemort is attached to others. The refraction sticker on the revolving door can see different images according to different angles, and the magic stone will slowly appear in Harry's hands.
4704 The Room of the Winged Keys
The crown, the feather on the key is a spot! But the board is too small...
4705 Snape’s Class
Professor Snape’s head is luminous!!!
4706 Forbidden Corridor
Don't be scared by the three-headed dogs! Arf-arf<<<
4707 Hagrid’s Hut
The first version of the Hagrid Cabin is a relatively simple design, and the latter version is more complete.
4708 Hogwarts Express
The platform always the classic, I wish I can get through the Platform 9¾!
4709 Hogwarts Castle
The first version of the castle is simple in design, but the minifigures is worth collecting.
4721 Hogwarts Classrooms
4722 Gryffindor House
4723 Diagon Alley Shops
4711 Flying Lesson
4712 Troll on the Loose
The monster minifigure is rare!
4714 Gringott’s bank
The design of the mine car is commendable!
4726 Quidditch Practice
4727 Aragog in the Dark Forest
4728 Escape from Privet Drive
Blue car is a classic accessory!
4729 Dumbledore’s Office
Rich content and worthy of a collection!
4730 The Chamber of Secrets
4731 Dobby’s Release
4733 The Dueling Club