10 Most Expensive Warhammer Models Ever Released

Warlord Titan-Price: Around $1,500-Details: This massive Forge World model is one of the largest and most detailed Warhammer 40,000 models

Thunderhawk Gunship-Price: Approximately $600-$750-Details: A highly detailed and iconic model for the Space Marines

Manta-Price: Around $1,200-Details: A colossal model from the Tau Empire, the Manta is one of the largest models ever produced by Forge World

Reaver Titan-Price: About $900-Details: Another gigantic titan from Forge World, the Reaver Titan is slightly smaller than the Warlord Titan

Imperial Fortress Walls-Price: Approximately $500-$600-Details: A set of highly detailed fortifications for building massive

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Warbringer Nemesis Titan-Price: Around $900-Details: A newer addition to the Titan lineup, the Warbringer Nemesis Titan

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Khorne Lord of Skulls-Price: About $400-Details: A monstrous daemon engine for the Chaos Space Marines

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Smaug the Dragon-Price: Approximately $500-Details: From the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game, this enormous and exquisitely

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Ork Gargantuan Squiggoth-Price: Around $300-$350-Details: A gigantic beast used by the Orks, the Squiggoth is both a transport

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Horus Ascended-Price: Around $250-$300-Details: A highly detailed and limited edition model of Horus Lupercal in his ascended

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