After the leak earlier this week, the next LEGO Harry Potter D2C has been officially revealed. 76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors' Edition is the third LEGO Harry Potter D2C since 2018 and comes after 75978 Diagon Alley. The set is another special 20th Anniversary one with 3 Golden Minifigures and 3010 pieces. It will be available from 2nd September 2021, a month after the initial summer 2021 wave.
As you can expect from the piece count, the set will retail for a whopping price of $249.99. This big price is worth it with how many giant LEGO Harry Potter buildable objects you get. There's another buildable Hedwig but this time it's a more detailed and majestic design with her holding. Harry's owl is sat on three different Wizarding world books.
The top book that Hedwig is directly sitting on is a Hogwarts red workbook. Meanwhile, the middle one is another Hogwarts workbook but in blue and the bottom one is an opened black book which is meant to represent Tom Riddle's Diary. Hopefully, it has some exclusive print of Harry's writing in the book or something that Ginny might have written.
Attached to the pile of books is a Hogwarts scarf that can be swapped to the different house colours for your own personal house. Also attached to the pile of books is a golden snitch which is meant to be flying, Harry's wand, Harry's glasses and Ron's chocolate frog. There are also loads of potions in a small box that belongs to Hermione. These include fan favourites like Gillyweed, Felix Felicis ‘liquid luck’ and Polyjuice potion.
The D2C will also become the seventh set this year to include the 20th Anniversary Golden Minifigures. It includes three different Golden Minifigures of Dumbledore, McGonagall and Hagrid. These three Minifigures all sit on a stand that's meant to look like a chocolate frog packaging through its use of purple and interesting shapes. The stand also includes more golden stands that other Minifigures are usually on.
Set Name - Hogwarts Icons
Set Number - 76391
Ages - 18+
Piece Count - 3010
Price - $249.99
Release Date - September 1st 2021