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Patent Pending Bricks.

EricEric Member Posts: 376
edited October 2011 in Collecting
My Dad managed to find a big lot of mostly vintage Lego all for $25. When he told me I was pretty thrilled, but my spirits were dampened when I saw it. At least 1/3 of it was megablocks, and 1/2 was covered in a nice combo of sand, mud, and water. Yum. But, I persevered, washed it all, and even after chucking out some destroyed bits and the megablocks, I now I have quite a sizable lot of old bricks. Some of it is slight remnants of Indians, a few space parts, a couple of pirates parts and not 1, not 2, but 3 brick separators. All of which is pretty cool.

What I am thinking now, is, is it worth selling on ebay or just chucking into my collection. There are quite a number of Pat. Pend. Bricks, so are they worth anything on there own? They are not mint by any stretch, but are still nice. Is it worth my time sorting the Pat Pend bricks out?

Thanks for any input.
Eric :D


  • LegoFanTexasLegoFanTexas Member Posts: 8,404
    We have different definitions of "big lot". :) I was expecting a barrel full of Lego.

    Just looking that over, I don't see anything special, but I'm no expert. If it were me, I'd chuck it into my Lego boxes and move on.
  • EricEric Member Posts: 376
    ^ Haha, fair point. There were a lot of megablocks mind you. :P
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