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LEGO Sets from the 1950's

kyrotekkyrotek Member Posts: 212
edited January 2014 in Collecting
Whilst digging out all my old blue rails from my childhood Lego train set so I could see a f the newer trains could run on them, I discovered a bag with some bits and bobs in. Amongst them were these...

They seem to have their original contents although one of the box's has woodwork holes in the top, only the one of the flags has succumbed to play wear and snapped off at the base! Not sure of their worth passing to admin to get some nicer photos of before anything else?


  • LusiferSamLusiferSam Member Posts: 571
    Nice find. I won't brother, Brickset doesn't go past the mid 60s. This are late 50s boxes.
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark Member Posts: 4,260
    it wouldn't harm to ask though. Just send an email using the contact form on the main site.
  • HuwHuw Administrator Posts: 7,075
    Thanks, but yes, at the moment we stop at 1965 because beyond that is too complicated.

    But, by all means scan and I'll keep them for when we do get round to doing that period.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,759
    @ Kyrotek. Nice find! Thank you for sharing!
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