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^ If I'm not mistaken, that's a baby T-rex which they did make in dark bley (in only two sets, I'd go with #7627 because of the other parts).
Someone offered this up to me, and I can't find it anywhere in the database.
If someone could identify it for me, that'd be very helpful.
Mods could you correct the picture by any chance to fix it?
If the picture never uploads, it's 3 mermaids in a "promotional" figure pack, like the one that was given out at store openings.
I believe it's a fabuland figure? could be wrong.
It is difficult to say, when the non-LEGO pieces are as large as they are, but I would say that the majority is non-LEGO! I wouldn't bid on the collection.
I guess you could call it collectable; but there don't seem to be many collectors.
If you want more info about them, see: http://www.legoland.co.uk/Plan/annualpass/Collector-Brick-Archive-/
The rowboat in the second pic is ambiguous because its minifigures, its most defining characteristic, do not match any set. However, I speculate it could be from 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up, since many of the other parts from that set are in your fourth picture. No telling where the shark is from, since your photo is somewhat unclear-- it could be dark gray, the most common variety, or white, which narrows things down a bit more.
The third pic is either 1710 Snowmobile or 1730 Snow Scooter-- the contents of the two sets are identical.
The fourth is not a set as far as I can tell, but it seems to use a lot of parts from 6267 Lagoon Lock-Up
The fifth pic is 6513 Glade Runner.
What do you find is the best way to clean the dust and grime off the pieces, and get them shiny?
Thanks again bro
My little 'un produced a white crouching cat (printed) today, informing me that he'd had it for ages. Like any self respecting rabid, OCD riddled AFOL parent, I couldn't place where it had come from and promptly panicked that it was a Hogwarts one and therefore MINE... ALL MINE.... BWAHAHAHAHA!!! (evil laugh). However, I just can't find a part number, let alone work out what set it has come from. I've tried various brick search engines online to no avail - could anyone help to solve the mystery of the random white cat ? It seems quite a rare / new piece and I'm scratching my head...
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Massive thanks in advance.