Toy Fair 2010: Images of New LEGO Harry Potter Collections, Board Game, and More (Updated)

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Feb 14, 2010

Posted by EdwardTLC

The first images from Toy Fair 2010, currently taking place in New York City, have appeared online care of Figures.com, and give us first looks at a number of the newest items from the LEGO Harry Potter collection. Included among these new images are displays of the Quidditch Game Set, complete with figures of Harry, Draco, Oliver Wood, and Madam Hooch; the Burrow; Hagrid’s Hut; the Freeing Dobby set with Harry, Dobby, and one Lucius Malfoy; the a sprawling Hogwarts Castle collection; and the Flying Car/Hogwarts Express set. Additionally, we have our first look at the upcoming LEGO Harry Potter Board Game. The full set of new images can be found right here.
Readers will recall, earlier in the week word came from the LEGO Group regarding an extended agreement which would bring a series of brand new construction sets and a Hogwarts board game to be released this Fall. Each of the sets currently on display at the Toy Fair contain the note “Coming in October.”
Update: Even more images have come online of these figures. YakFace.com has a series of new high quality images of the various LEGO sets, which give up close looks at the detailed figurines and sets.
Our collection of images from Toy Fair 2010 can be found in our Image Galleries.
Thanks Sue.





12 Responses to Toy Fair 2010: Images of New LEGO Harry Potter Collections, Board Game, and More (Updated)

Avatar ImageGiant Squid says: Wow this is awesome! FIRST!Avatar ImageNumeroUnoFan says: legos are my early childhood and HP is the rest of my life i so wish i could have gotten this back in the dayAvatar Imagethomaslam2 says: That's cool!I'm gonna buy it all.....lolAvatar ImagePollytomat says: Hogwarts Express!!!! "Ages 8-14"??? That's not fair! :) Adults also have a right to play!!!! :))))))Avatar Imagenwrosey says: If only I wasn't older :(Avatar Imagenwrosey says: THANX SUE!!Avatar Imagecheeserpleaser says: Even though I am rather old to actually buy Legos for myself (only 20), I am afraid that I am tempted to actually obtain these sets upon their release!Avatar Imagealicia00 says: wow but i live to fer awayAvatar Imagealicia00 says: i ment farAvatar ImageToNkS_rip says: AWESOMEAvatar ImageMolly Wiltersen says: This is great! I'm looking forward to building the Burrow as that looks to be the only really new set,I have already collected almost all of the previously released sets. Still,great news for Lego/Harry Potter addicts (including us 'ancients' over 40).Avatar ImageLoveTomRiddle says: This was on my Gmail Google Ad!

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