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UK Bricks & Pieces & Flesh Coloured Heads

The title says it all really.
Do LEGO Bricks & Pieces sell any flesh coloured heads or are they all considered licensed parts?
Anyone have any idea?



  • rancorbaitrancorbait Member Posts: 1,842
    Only one way to find out...
  • donutboydonutboy Member Posts: 758
    I've tried to order some in the past. Mostly female ones and have always been refused. I just wondered if anyone has ever actually succeeded in purchasing any.
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    edited June 2014
    It is possible. I bought 8 fleshie heads from Danny Reid from TLR to make minifigs of kids in my Helm's Deep. But they asked questions when I phoned to pay for the order about why I wanted that many of one head. I guess they have to put checks in place to stop resellers.

    But on other occasions they have had parts apparently available for sale that you can add to your cart but they then refuse to sell them as they are licensed. I guess they accidentally make it onto the allowed parts list, but then fail the manual check when someone orders them and the service operator checks the order. I tried a couple of times to get a replacement Emperor Palpatine head as one of mine got a scratch, but no joy even though he was apparently available for sale.
  • XefanXefan Member Posts: 1,148
    I've picked some up in build a minifig bars before, and also even some of the grey zombie and glow in the dark green ones, so if you do have a Lego store near it may be worth looking there. It's very hit and miss though, volume on fleshie heads tends to be very low so they go quick.
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