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smokingtommy: Hello from Bexhill On sea

smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
edited February 2012 in Introduce yourself
Hi all im Tommy im 38 and over the last 4 days i have been sorting out all my lego which i had from a child all of the sets are some 30+ years old i do have a lot of the boxes and manuals most are in very good condition. Im here to really get a better idea of what i have and the best way to sell them
so nice to meet you all


  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    edited February 2012
    this is just a small bit of the amount of lego i have , as you can see i have made some sets up. But im still sorting out the bricks ,the boxes i have are not in the pic but there is a lot
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  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    Hi Tommy

    If I were you I'd sort out all the pieces first - this will take some time, but be quicker in the long run. Then just build them, making sure you note down any missing pieces. This way you know which sets are complete.

    In the meantime, if wouldnt mind posting a list of the set numbers from the boxes/manuals you have, we can let you know if its worth bothering at all!
    Having said that, if they're 30 years old, the answer is almost definitely 'yes', but you might get some early interest from people who might want to buy them.

  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    Thank you for your reply and help at the moment i am still breaking down the bits and yes its a long job. If you look at the pic above and x that by 2 i think that you be some where close i honestly have not stoped for days now. I will try and get the numbers later and will list as many as i can. This really is a big job here is some pics of only 2 of the boxes out of about 10 big boxes and a pic of the constellation boat which i also have the box for and will be able to complete later.
    many thanks Tommy

  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    i think it would be easy to say at the moment that if you think of the space sets from the late 70 to 80 i have all of them along with most of the train sets (not found all the boxes to the trains yet which indicates there is more in the loft ) i would add that yes i could do with the money at the moment but also there is a lot of memory here to and will be a shame to see it go after so many years
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    well there's certainly no lack of people on here looking for early space and early trains, and the trains in particular could be worth a fair bit.
  • mr_bennmr_benn Member Posts: 941
    I'm seeing a lot of boxes of things that people would be interested in - would love to see all of the 12V train stuff that you have...
  • ChompersChompers Member Posts: 658
    edited February 2012
    Welcome to Brickset Tommy :)

    God some of those space sets bring back memories :0 must get up into the garage loft and dig them out (Adds another job to the ever increasing LEGO to do list)!!!!

    Hope you enjoy the site.
  • mr_bennmr_benn Member Posts: 941
    One other thing - I would recommend not being 'smoking' Tommy when you're sorting all the bricks, it's hideous to receive a bunch of second hand bricks smelling of smoke.
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    2 train boxes just turned up 7730 and 7740 , as to the smoking hehe that name has stuck with me for ages , it comes from when i used to play computer games with my dad and i would always win and he would say to my mum he smoked me again , hence the name smokingtommy , i no longer smoke :)
  • mr_bennmr_benn Member Posts: 941
    7740? 'tis a 12V goldmine :)
  • SupersympaSupersympa Member Posts: 534
    Those definitely bring memories!
    welcome here
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    edited February 2012
    I definitely think you should build them.
    My dastardly plan is that you'll build them, and like it so much that we'll have another convert :)
    Personally though, I'd sell them for a small fortune and buy some modulars and PF trains :)

    (edit - I say 'small fortune' - thats just a guess! need the numbers first, but its likely.

    Wow, this is like being that bloke off antiques roadshow. Can I be the weird one? Quentin isnt it?
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    god there is so so much of lego here at the moment came across a train set 171-1
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    average price for a used one of those = GBP 73.47
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    ok here we go not in any sort of order but here are the manual numbers of the ones i have come across (this is going to take a while lol ) also there are boxes that do not have the manuals (or i not found them yet )

    263/ 265/ 812/ 6623 / 6820/ 6824 (x3) / 6847/ 6880/ 7727/ 7862/ 6652/ 379/

    615/ 6647/ 920/ 6980/ 6040/ 600/ 6929/ 924/ 6022/ 7710/ 6021/ 7867/ 7760/

    7866/ 7740/ 7838/ 375/ 6685/ 7834/ 7822/ 7824/ 383/ 7720/ 6846/ 6970/ 6607/

    6841/ 6804/ 6364/ 7815/ 377/ 6373/ 6820/ 7755/ 1592/ 928/ 367/ 926/ 361/

    146/ 7818/ 6690/ 3684/ 670/620/ 6822/ 897/ 6364/ 6927/ 602/ 675/ 6692/ 6362/

    6931/ 642/ 6871/ 6684/ 607/ 6629/ 677/ 6650/ 6842/ 6683/ 6678/ 6686/ 6826/

    6610/ 606/ 673/ 885/ 6030/ 6653/ 6651/ 6372/ 6821/ 6750/ 6365/ 384/ 6611/

    604/ 66929/ 6651/ 6630/ 608/ 6654/ 258/ 6780/ 6374/ 182/ 6892/ 6874/ 6363/

    311/ 6870/ 969/ 231/ 200(x2) / 7821/ 625/ 810/ 671/ 601/ 970/ 386/ 641/ 603/

    894/ 6803/ 889/ 171/ 360/ 604/ 646/ 6608/ 6681/ 6819/ 621/ 885/ 6655/ 6622/

    6605/6010/6647 615/379/ 6652/ 7862/ 7727/ 6847/ 6880/ 6824/6061/6681/6823

    /6951/ 6073/918/6971/623/398/6382/6930/6950
    and still some more to come about 20 more i think
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ Member Posts: 4,179
    Flippin eck!
    Would you mind creating a bricklist?
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    sure when i climb out from underneath the pile of lego :-) and have made up the sets
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    well im almost done sorting it out , next the fun bit making the sets
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