Employees at a Goodwill warehouse in Dubois, Pennsylvania, discovered a rare 14-karat gold LEGO mask. It's now up for auction and might fetch thousands.

Goodwill Industries of North Central Pennsylvania shared the news on Facebook. The 14-karat gold LEGO Bionicle Hau mask had previously reached bids of $33,000, but due to a fake account, it's being relisted.

The charity noted that only 30 of these gold LEGO masks exist. Some were given to Lego employees, others were prizes in a 2001 magazine contest.

Fox News Digital attempted to contact Goodwill for comments but received no immediate response.

Local CBS station in Altoona reported Goodwill's surprise at the find. "It came in a box full of random jewelry," said Jessica Illuzzi, highlighting the mask's unexpected journey from State College Store donations.

Chad Smith, VP of e-commerce and technology at Goodwill, mentioned LEGO also made silver and platinum masks. A $5,000 bid would set a record sale price.

LEGO hasn't confirmed the story about the mask's rarity. Yet, Goodwill remains hopeful about the auction's potential to benefit their organization.

Our Privacy Policy has been updated to support the latest regulations.Click to learn more.×