- "I dare say it’s your lucky day!"
- ―Mr. Gold
- There are 5000 Mr. Gold minifigures in existence
- He is the second minifigure in Minifigures theme that has a title name, the first being Mr. Good and Evil.
- He was made to celebrate the 10th series of the Minifigures theme.
- He has a chrome gold finish, as pointed out in the LEGO Minifigures: Character Encyclopedia.
- He is packaged with two bags. A clear bag inside the foil package holds him safely.
- The diamond on his staff and his white gloves are the only parts of his ensemble that are not exclusive or chrome.
- On minifigures.LEGO.com, when his bio is open, there is a special VIP code that comes with him in the package and you enter it there. When the code is entered, you can pull up a special "certificate" with a picture of Mr. Gold and enter where in the world you are to add a pin to the "Find Mr. Gold" map on the site.
- He is the first minifigure to have a golden top hat.
- On the minifigures.lego.com homepage, Mr. Gold is counted as a Series 11 minifigure.
- He has the highest stats of all Minifigures, which also is the highest stats possible.
- In 2014 they got rid of stats.
- Some Mr. Golds have not been registered on LEGO.com, so it is unknown if they have all been found or not.
- He is he second rarest figure ever. The first being a Bronze Boba Feet.
- People have payed $1,000 or more (in US currency) on websites like Amazon and eBay just to get one.
- Some people buy a box of minifigures and he isn't in them.
- If you buy 47 boxes it would cost you $8372 but then you would have a 100% of buying him.
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