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What about this and similar gear sets? No set number, but code number 5000441 on the back.
And many PF parts come in polythene bags with set codes on.
imo a Polybag set worth collecting includes either a model that can be built, however naff, or a collectable such as the brick in the OP. Not every collector of polybags will think the same, as @CCC confirms.
As far as the database goes the polybag tag is used to define the packaging type so everything shown above should have one, assuming it's in the database as a separate item.