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Is there a site that can tell me how many bags come in a particular set?

Hi Im new to the site and have looked it over but I have not found what I need.

I have a Star Wars 7194 Yoda set. The box is no longer sealed, but the bags inside are. Is there anyone who knows how many bags should go with this set? I know the parts, have the instruction book, but cannot determine if set is complete without opening bags and counting. Thank you for any help! Peggysue

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  • samiam391samiam391 A log cabin in PA, United StatesMember Posts: 4,380
    @Peggysue- Welcome to the forums! A quick scroll through of this thread might have the information you are looking for:

    http://www.bricksetforum.com/discussion/comment/167907/#Comment_167907

  • BustinBustin Member Posts: 286
    Surprised Brickset doesn't have this little info on a set's page anywhere.
  • davee123davee123 USAMember Posts: 815
    Back when Peeron started, they had bag information-- They actually have a database column for which bags contain which parts. However, nobody ever seemed to care about that data, and it was seldom submitted for new inventories (only the truly anal would do such things!), so it got removed from the interface.

    They probably still have some of that data, but I'm not sure it's available anywhere publicly. ... And it would likely only be sets from the 2000 ballpark (say, 1997-2003?).

    DaveE
  • binaryeyebinaryeye USMember Posts: 1,734
    Bustin said:

    Surprised Brickset doesn't have this little info on a set's page anywhere.

    I'm pretty sure this was discussed in another thread. I believe it was mentioned there that, in some cases, one copy of a set may not have the same number of bags as another copy.
  • akunthitaakunthita USAMember Posts: 1,038
    edited April 2013
    I also remember this discussion - not here, but on Bricklink, where it was also suggested to have the number and content of the bags added to the database. It was confirmed that sets in different regions, and also different runs of the same set, can have a different bag counts and contents. Therefore the idea was rejected as it would have been way too complicated to implement and would still not be completely reliable.
  • PoochyPoochy USAMember Posts: 479
    ^ & ^^ It was discussed here in the how many bags thread.
  • PeggysuePeggysue Member Posts: 3
    thanks. its too bad it is not an easy answer!
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