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I do see a sail in the bottom left. Maybe from #627 Caribbean Clipper? I see rigging in the middle/right side. Seems to be lots of the correct colors as well for the remainder of the ship.
The triceratops body might mean something like #5987 Dino Research Compound is there too, broken up.
Cannot find a Lego logo, just "3338 03" on one side..
Since this is my first post in this community, I'd like to say hi to all of you.
I got here since I'm trying to identify the designer (and best, obtain an instruction) for the MOC set I literally found in the garage of the apartment I just bought.
It is a warship with a helicopter, it contains Star Wars printed elements, and I think it might have been built from an actual LEGO Star Wars set.
I went through many MOC designers, however I was never able to find who designed and built it.
Please see the links below.
https://imgur.com/a/WuFjEuP - set + emblem
https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3068bpb0378#T=C&C=86 - identified printed element
https://ibb.co/m8RhNjK - Two other printed elements.
I put the big eye onto the tan piece just to show the size (I’ve only ever seen 1x1 eyes before); obviously I don’t need the tan piece identified.
Thanks for your help!
I recently unpacked some MOCs that I made in 1996 and 1997. I'm going to disassemble them and return the pieces to the original sets, but I used Stud.io to create a digital build (and then instructions) of these sets first. It's nice to have a digital record of these in case I (or my son) ever want to re-assemble them. I've posted copies on Rebrickable as a backup...and so everyone else can enjoy them too. (I could have made improvements and some obvious piece replacements, but kept the digital models 100% accurate to my original 1990s builds.)
Any ideas on the green bit?
Most of the uses were in Friends foil packs or Friends Advent Calendars. Perhaps one of those makes most sense with the rest of the Friends pieces you have?
Just looking through some parts on BaP on Lego after the new changes. Looking at element 6064834/ design I.D. 70885 Hippo. It has no picture on the Lego website and it doesn’t seem to exist here or on Bricklink (although I find Bricklink a nightmare to navigate). Can anyone help me out please ? Is it just a duplo hippo or some random part with a strange name ? It’s £18 odd so seems expensive.
Alas, I’ve been messaged by another member who said it’s the DUPLO hippo just packaged as a whole, hence the lack of an element number etc.
I’ve learnt some things about Bricklink at least and that DUPLO animals are super expensive. Good spot on the hat too, hopefully it’s not just a straight rehash of the CMF coming our way.
Hi! Brand new member here. I assumed that this was a bit more involved than the general brick identification thread, and thus made a separate thread about it.
A few years ago I took it upon myself to sort and sell our familys LEGO collection. Lots of 80s and 90s sets from when me and my brothers were young, but also some that obviously were from my parents youth. The older pieces i put aside, and this thread is mainly about identifying things about them. While I will be selling everything it won't be in this thread.
The standout piece is the marbled baseplate. No LEGO markings on the studs, but I have seen a few other similar examples while searching. Anything more to tell about it? Good condition? Anyone with a better eye than me that can use the observations here to tell anything?: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/22052488091/
The Bageri sign is noteworthy for not being on Bricklink (as far as I've seen), just german and danish ones. Anything known about that? As rare as that makes it seem? I have since seen two other examples on Flickr.
Anything else that stands out to people in the know? I'll supply more pictures if you wish.
After my own attempts of googling for clarity there are several people that I would love to hear from: The first two I know are on this forum, anyone with contact info to the others?
Quoting Gary Istok https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/77152-unknown-lego-sets/
Early 1954-56 PRIMA sets... These sets appear to have been produced by NORSKE LEGO A/S of Oslo Norway, an early producer of LEGO parts for Norway and Sweden. Why a PRIMA named set that had all the LEGO parts and brochures and box types, but with the PRIMA name (and not LEGO)... this mystery has never been explained. I talk about this in Chapter 2 of my LEGO DVD/download (early LEGO sets). The entire reason for PRIMA's existence is shrouded in mystery... neither TLG nor Norske LEGO has any information on these sets, which sometimes have parts with the LEGO logo, and an exact duplicate of the LEGO catalog. (down to the set designs and parts packs)... but with a PRIMA logon on the box and brochure. The only real oddity is that the parts are not made of Cellulose Acetate, but Polystyrene...
Geas Automatic Binding Bricks and PRIMA bricks are both productions of GEAS KONSTHARTS of Gislaved Sweden. The first was sold from 1950-53, the latter from 1953-55.
Also, the thin 10x20 bricks sold by the Norwegian LEGO Subsidiary... called A/S Norske LEGIO... used mainly 10x20 baseplates that were nailed to a wooden base. These all have this type of bottom...
And were nailed to a wooden base...
That was 1953-54. In 1954 the thick 10x20 regular baseplate was introduced in Norway... but sometimes in some amazing colors... such as this one in a trans-blue color...
Images: Arild, Daniel, Fabian.
For those interested I've dropped auction links in the Marketplace. I hope that they will find good new homes :-)