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Special Edition BD-1 Display Case now LIVE | Limited to only 500
Special Edition BD-1 Display Case now LIVE | Limited to only 500

Display stand for LEGO® Star Wars™ Millennium Falcon (75257)

Original price £21.99 - Original price £21.99
Original price
£21.99 - £21.99
Current price £21.99
SKU LDS88.1.1

  Elevate and Angle your LEGO® set with Wicked Brick®display

Choose a Wicked Brick display to turn your favourite ship into a display piece!

Hover your ship in flight mode with our crystal clear acrylic stems, complete with black high gloss octagonal shaped base and top plates containing embedded studs for the perfect connection to your vehicle.

The stand comes with a plaque that slots seamlessly in front of the stand. The plaque displays the set number, piece count and engraved icons from the theme.

Material: Acrylic

Pieces: Varies

Age: 8+

PLEASE NOTE: LEGO® sets are not included with any purchases.

Will I need to build it? 

Our products come in kit form and easily click together. For some, you may need to tighten a few screws, but that’s about it. And in return, you’ll get a sturdy, dust-free display. 



Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Victor Viñuela Fernandez

One of my fauvorite stands!

Ryan Surry
Great purchase!

Such a great way to display this set! Looks so much better than just sitting on a shelf

The correct way to display the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy

The Millenium Falcon looks excellent on the stand, the angle ect is perfect. The quality of the product is worth the money paid, well worth the wait on delivery time. Pay the extra for the plaque and the mini figure display, im happy I did.

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Dale McAmmond
Must Have

If you have the millennium Falcon set and don’t have a display stand for it then what are you doing? Go on click that buy button. Worth it and way better then sitting on the ground.

Matthew Huff
The stand the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy deserves!

This stand allows the Falcon to be displayed at a severe angle, showing off its best aspects while keeping the less appealing underside well out of view. It bears the weight with no problem and feels very secure. The one issue is with the Falcon itself; the top turret is loosely mounted and swings downward unless otherwise fixed in place, but that's Lego's fault. My own recommendation is also that you remove the now-unnecessary landing gear to allow the ship to look better in flight.