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Resident Evil Village: How to get the Maestro's Collection

How to get the Maestro's Collection in Resident Evil Village

There's plenty of shiny good in Resident Evil Village which can be sold to the Shopkeeper for a helpful cash injection. One of these spots is called the Maestro's Collection, but it can be difficult figuring out how to access this treasure. Below I'll explain how to get the Maestro's Collection in Resident Evil Village.

Resident Evil Village: How to get the Maestro's Collection

Once the village itself opens up, you'll notice the Maestro's Collection will be up for grabs. Unfortunately it's not as simple as cracking open the door and nabbing the treasure. Instead, you'll need to find a key to unlock it first. Here's what to do:

Where to find Luthier's Key

The first step involves finding Luthier's Key. To access it, you'll need to have beaten the Beneviento Mansion portion of the game.

It's in the house nearest the red cross.
The key you'll need.

Simply head to the house I've pictured above and Luthier's Key will be on a table near the typewriter.

How to get the Maestro's Collection

Now you need to head back to the West side of the village. The Maestro's Collection is found to the West of the "West Old Town" marker on the map.

The Maestro's Collection is marked by the treasure chest symbol.

Use Luthier's Key to unlock the front door. Once inside, find the padlocked wardrobe at the back of the house. Enter the code: 27 09 17 and it'll swing open. Make sure you pick up the Steel Hraesvelgr treasure which can be sold for a hefty sum of Lei at the Shopkeeper. What's more, there's a grey lockbox just below it which contains the High Capacity Mag weapon part for the F2 Sniper Rifle.

And that's it for the Maestro's Collection, but be sure to give our weapon part locations page a glance if you're curious as where more of them are located. If you're doing even more treasure hunting, our Luiza's Key page will help you out too.

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