Donate to the AAA and Reward Yourself with Lego

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With Christmas just around the corner now is a great time to donate to the AAA Keep Architecture Open 2017 operations fund raising campaign. Whether buying for a child or a grown-up, these lego sets are sure to impress. For collectors of Lego architecture, the sets on offer are no longer in production and present an opportunity to complete your collections.

A$100
LEGO Architecture: Seattle Space Needle (21003)

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Unopened set no longer in production. Released in 2009 as one of the first sets of the Lego Architecture range featuring architectural landmark Seattle Space Needle. This set contains 57 pieces and includes a booklet with details on design and history.

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A$100
LEGO Architecture: Empire State Building (21002)

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Unopened set no longer in production. Released in 2009 as one of the first sets of the Lego Architecture range featuring the Empire State Building in New York. This set contains 77 pieces and includes a booklet with details on design and history.

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A$150
LEGO Architecture: Sears Tower (21000)

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Unopened set no longer in production. Released in 2009 as one of the first sets of the Lego Architecture range featuring the Sears (Now Willis) Tower in Chicago. This set contains 69 pieces and includes a booklet with details on design and history.

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A$250
LEGO Architecture: John Hancock Center (21001)

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Extremely rare unopened set no longer in production. Released in 2009 as one of the first sets of the Lego Architecture range featuring the John Hancock Centre in Chicago. This set contains 69 pieces and includes a booklet with details on design and history.

Click here, select this reward and donate to Keep Architecture Open 2017.