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Where to Buy Replacement LEGO Stickers

dustinmrobertsdustinmroberts Member Posts: 35
edited May 2012 in Buying & Selling Topics
Has anyone had any luck ordering sticker sheets for some of the older sets directly
from LEGO? If so, what process did you use (who did you call, etc)

Specifically, I'm trying to get the sheets for both the Red Baron and for the Sopwith Camel, but bricklink prices are crazy for the sopwith, and there are no sheets listed for the baron.


  • fyrmedhattfyrmedhatt Member Posts: 128
    You can try calling Lego customer service, they often have some parts going back a few years, but you'll be pretty lucky to get ten year old parts, especially a high-price Bricklink item.

    Go ahead and try however, stranger things have happened for sure!

    If you are not successful you might ask here if someone has a copy of the sticker sheet they can scan and email to you, then you can print it on your own sticker paper. The legality of doing so is questionable, as the sticker sheet is copyrighted, but I doubt Lego would ever get involved, especially if you get the copy in a non-commercial manner.
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,765
    edited May 2012
    ^---Well I see someone on eBay making all sorts of old sticker sheets from LEGO and also copying Coke and and Waste Management... waiting for the copyright police from both of those companies to shut this guy down though.

    I think if you ask for copies from someone to use personally it is not an issue I think LEGO will care about, but if you are selling those copies then perhaps, but then again I have bought old repros from guys on eBay for train stickers so who knows. BUT if they are trademarked logos, like LEGO or COCA COLA or WM (as noted above) then I believe you will get shut down for trying. Plus nothing is as good as the real thing IMO, It seems on many repros the size is just a wee bit off compared to the originals

    As for the real stickers sheets, pretty sure there are multiple threads about this already, but LEGO customer service can help, but they are most likely not going to have REALLY old ones (Hence the prices on BL)but you can always try. The worst thing they say is 'we do not have them'... Also check eBay, the great thing is that you can save a search to let eBay do the work for you, so just search for Red Baron Stickers and if it finds nothing, then save the search and then like once a day/week/ or month, eBay will search for you and send you an email...
  • alijoezacalijoezac Member Posts: 554
    edited May 2012
    You're right about the cost of sticker sets. I had to pay $17 for the Sopwith Camel ones from Bricklink. I wonder if prices have gone up because of the new version of the model about to be issued. And if any one has a set for 3723 LEGO Mini-figure I'd be pleased to hear from them ...
  • StormsworderStormsworder Member Posts: 107
    I make my own stickers when old sets I get hold of have missing ones. Although in my case I "make" them with coloured pencils and sticky labels bought from the post office. Although of course that wouldn't work with modern stickers, many of which are transparent.
  • mcvitiemcvitie Member Posts: 292
    How easy is it to get hold of current stickers from sets such as Diagon Alley?
  • forumreaderforumreader Member Posts: 97
    How easy is it to get hold of current stickers from sets such as Diagon Alley?
    It's a little harder if it's a licensed set. I've heard that Lego may ask for some sort of proof of purchase before they'll issue a replacement.
  • monkeyhangermonkeyhanger Member Posts: 3,161
    Forumreader: they usually want the batch code from the reverse of the instruction booklet (or the last booklet if the set has more than one).
  • littletokilittletoki Member Posts: 519
    What Monkey said and depending on the set, they'll also ask for the code printed on the sticker that seals the box.
  • mcvitiemcvitie Member Posts: 292
    cheers guys
  • 111ins111ins Member Posts: 265

    Diagon Alley stickers from $1.75 and up, almost 50 available for $3 or less
  • mcvitiemcvitie Member Posts: 292
    I cannot believe i didnt think of bricklink, doh!! many thanks
  • dustinmrobertsdustinmroberts Member Posts: 35
    edited July 2012
    Does anybody have (or know where to get) full size scans of sticker sheets for:

    10024: Red Baron

    3451: Sopwith Camel

    I found these sets in a garage sale, but most of the stickers are either gone
    or cracked and flaking off, so I'd like to print my own stickers (for my own use, not to
  • LegoFanTexasLegoFanTexas Member Posts: 8,404
    Bummer, because those two need stickers... I bought both used, and thankfully the stickers are good, but already applied or I would scan them for you...
  • jmao11jmao11 Member Posts: 1
    Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum, so sorry if this is in the wrong place.

    I have a Naboo Starfighter 10026 set, but unfortunately the stickers have started peeling off it, so does anyone know where I can get a replacement sticker set to replace the peeling ones? Thanks in advance for any help!
  • jamiestjamiest Member Posts: 37
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,765
    Yikes.... for THAT set? Jeez...
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Member Posts: 3,639
    Licensed stickers can get obscenely expensive in general, since you can't source them from TLG like the normal themes.
  • richoricho Member Posts: 3,830
    It would be great if we had a real sticker expert on the site...
  • SirKevbagsSirKevbags Member Posts: 4,027
    ^ An expert or someone with a fetish?
  • DwarfSleepyDwarfSleepy Member Posts: 20 (JopieK on eurobricks) makes some high quality replacement stickers. I don't know if he does any StarWars though, mostly trains and city related.
  • legogregorslegogregors Member Posts: 402
    How do sticker sheets from TLG work for normal themes? Do you simply call with set number and are the costs reasonable? Thanks,
  • LegoboyLegoboy Member Posts: 8,826
    ^ For non-licensed themes, if they have adequate stock to supply replacements to those customers with faulty sets, they're usually okay to sell multiples. They are usually priced slightly higher than those found on BL however.
  • jmao11jmao11 Member Posts: 1
    Thanks for that, unfortunately, I don't think I can quite afford £80 for the stickers. I think I may de-sticker it, does anyone have one without the stickers, and could they comment on its looks.
  • YellowcastleYellowcastle Administrator, Moderator Posts: 5,234
    cough cough @joseph cough

  • JosephJoseph Member Posts: 629
    edited March 2013 Believe it or not I did know that one, but I don't like to interrupt the discussion when I'm "late to the party". I'll try to do better next time ;-).
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    I have always wanted to have a database of high quality perfectly scanned sticker sheets so people can download and print them. This database would be free of course.
  • LegoFanTexasLegoFanTexas Member Posts: 8,404
    Pitfall69 said:

    I have always wanted to have a database of high quality perfectly scanned sticker sheets so people can download and print them. This database would be free of course.

    I agree, that would be really cool...

    However, as I'm sure you know, making it free doesn't make it legal. Just saying for anyone who might think of doing this, the stickers are copyright and if you offer them like that, you're bound to be shut down or sued by TLG.

    Which is ironic, since they offer the instructions for free via PDF download on their web site, but that is their choice to do so. It would be nice if TLG did the same for stickers.

  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Member Posts: 10,765
    Id rather have LEGO release sticker books that have all the stickers from all sets into volumes, then buy the ones you need to replace stickers, or use stickers on other creation (kinda like the old Idea books) but this would be a boon for those needing stickers from the late 70's/early 80's sets.
    Sadly though when I sent this to LEGO CS they gave me the company response of how they cannot accept ideas, etc etc... I should have told them I want no finder's fee or anything like that, just for them to make the books and help out those who need replacement stickers
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    ^Well, the only other alternative is to ask people within if they would be kind enough to scan an out of print sticker sheet and exchange scans that way.
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    TLG could easily provide a database of scanned sticker sheets that you can download for a nominal fee. I don't know if it is in Legos best interest to put out a book of sticker sheets. I don't know how well that would sell.
  • darthdcdarthdc Member Posts: 228
    Need replacement stickers for the UCE Naboo Starfighter. The current ones have cracked and peeled badly.
  • Pitfall69Pitfall69 Member Posts: 11,454
    ^mine have too. It was a bad batch it seems.
  • KatNatKatNat Member Posts: 5
    Anyone know where to find replacement decals for old sets? I bought a used Harry Potter Hogwarts Express set and the decals are in terrible shape. I would really like to replace them. Thanks!
  • cardgeniuscardgenius Member Posts: 153 is your best bet.
  • Dread_PirateDread_Pirate Member Posts: 184
    Lego sometimes has them you can buy. Give them a call if not then bricklink is best.
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    For licensed sets they are unlikely to let you buy them direct. Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Try anyway, but don't expect them to say yes!
  • JosephJoseph Member Posts: 629
    edited April 2013
    You might also want to look at:, but it's basically what's already been said: it might be worth it to try Lego customer service but bricklink is probably what you'll end up using in this case.
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