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[Master thread] Help identifying parts, sets and minifigs

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  • adventure_aladventure_al Scotland Member Posts: 243
    My only thought is there hasn't been some ice queen statue in a Harry potter (I'm not a fan u see) set or something?
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 3,865
    edited September 2014
    ^It's also missing the rest of the plaits. If it's got a lego stamp on it, it's either a proto piece, or someone's cast their own mould from an original lego piece (I've seen customisers do that).
  • adventure_aladventure_al Scotland Member Posts: 243
    andhe said:

    ^It's also missing the rest of the plaits. If it's got a lego stamp on it, it's either a proto piece, or someone's cast their own mould from an original lego piece (I've seen customisers do that).

    Ah well spotted. I hadn't dug my viking lady out yet, i was going from memory.

    Im really intrigued by this piece I must say.
  • plasmodiumplasmodium UKMember Posts: 1,956
    andhe said:

    ^It's also missing the rest of the plaits. If it's got a lego stamp on it, it's either a proto piece, or someone's cast their own mould from an original lego piece (I've seen customisers do that).

    Other than the missing plaits, it's pretty accurate - it'd be pretty hard to make a mold so precise, right? (ie, precise enough that you can read the Lego stamp?)
  • adventure_aladventure_al Scotland Member Posts: 243

    andhe said:

    ^It's also missing the rest of the plaits. If it's got a lego stamp on it, it's either a proto piece, or someone's cast their own mould from an original lego piece (I've seen customisers do that).

    Other than the missing plaits, it's pretty accurate - it'd be pretty hard to make a mold so precise, right? (ie, precise enough that you can read the Lego stamp?)
    Yes the lego stamp is on the inside. In the standard tiny font we'd expect. Right where the head stud would be.

    I'm sure it's lego but no closer to identifying it.
  • adventure_aladventure_al Scotland Member Posts: 243
    Also the holes the horns go into are perfect and smooth and unobstructed.

    If it is some sort of custom job it's absolutely immaculate.
  • jadedancjadedanc USAMember Posts: 1,302
    Trying to find out about this particular promo. I call myself searching everything Dino related on BL. Unless I just missed it. Can anyone help out? The copyright date on back says 2007.
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
    I don't think it is in BL, looks like it is larger than usual minifig promo from LEGOLand
  • jadedancjadedanc USAMember Posts: 1,302
    Thank you so much @andhe‌ & @ColoradoBricks‌!!!
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 3,865
    Apologies for my relinking. I hadn't seen Coloradobricks hidden link on my phone.
  • DrmnezDrmnez USA, Planet earth Member Posts: 855
    Does anyone know how to tell if this mini figure is legit or not?
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Dunes of TatooineMember Posts: 3,639
    It has yellow neck printing on the torso while everything else is flesh.
  • DrmnezDrmnez USA, Planet earth Member Posts: 855
    well i looked at the pic of him in the vis dictionary and it has the yellow "under shirt" and looks like this. I do more research and see if I can find out some more info
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
    That torso is only currently used with yellow hands per today's Bricklink inventory.
  • mooman66mooman66 Member Posts: 122
    Hi all. I came across this part in a bulk lot. It's brick yellow, 1x16 and has part number 2465 printed inside. I can't seem to identify the set that uses this detail on it. Thoughts?
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Dunes of TatooineMember Posts: 3,639
  • mooman66mooman66 Member Posts: 122
    Dohhh thanks. I was searching under brick yellow and didn't go to crazy town on the color options.
  • edgarallanpoe1422edgarallanpoe1422 AustraliaMember Posts: 131
    What on earth is this assembly here from?
  • AanchirAanchir United StatesMember Posts: 3,002

    What on earth is this assembly here from?

    #7748 Corporate Alliance Tank Droid. :)
  • edgarallanpoe1422edgarallanpoe1422 AustraliaMember Posts: 131
    Ah so it is! Thanks.
  • AndorAndor United StatesMember Posts: 252
    edited October 2014
    Was wondering what set or sets this was from. Whats got me confused is the metal inserted into the piece.
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
  • AndorAndor United StatesMember Posts: 252
    Thanks. Makes sense with the metal in it.
  • TheBrickLaddTheBrickLadd Chippenham, Wilts, UK.Member Posts: 844
    edited October 2014
    Anyone know the part number for the two images attached?
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
    edited October 2014
  • TheBrickLaddTheBrickLadd Chippenham, Wilts, UK.Member Posts: 844
    Legend Thanks @ColoradoBricks‌ :)
  • DrmnezDrmnez USA, Planet earth Member Posts: 855
    Can anyone tell me the part numbers and/or where I can find these half star tiles. 2x4 tile btw
    Sorry for the sub par photo
  • edgarallanpoe14edgarallanpoe14 Member Posts: 18
    That grey structure on the far right 2/3rds of the way up with the stormtrooper in it has me intrigued. Can anyone ID it?
  • edgarallanpoe14edgarallanpoe14 Member Posts: 18
    Here's another image, at centre on the bottom.
  • BumblepantsBumblepants DFW/BGMember Posts: 7,512
    ^an older AT-ST perhaps?
    ColoradoBricks
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
    Agree with @Bumblepants, looks like part of #7657
    edgarallanpoe14
  • edgarallanpoe14edgarallanpoe14 Member Posts: 18

    Agree with @Bumblepants, looks like part of #7657

    Yep that's definitely it. Thank you, excellent spotting!
  • GuroooGurooo Member Posts: 268
    edited November 2014
    Made an awesome flea market find today... Lots of lego from the 1950s! We have sorted and identified everything except these three.

    The white headlight thingy has glass, the red one doesn't

    Sorry, pic doesn't work, will post one in a couple of minutes.
  • GuroooGurooo Member Posts: 268
    edited November 2014
    IMG_20141101_144706

    There! Now off to the brag thread :)
  • plasmodiumplasmodium UKMember Posts: 1,956
    The 1x1x1 windows are pretty rare and pretty sought-after! The translucent thing was used to couple trains together, I think...
    @Istokg‌ Is the Lego historian around here, I'm sure he could tell you more!
    Gurooo
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
    Here are the red and white parts.

    The part on top is this hinge
    Gurooo
  • GuroooGurooo Member Posts: 268
    Thanks a lot, guys!
  • sunshine6100sunshine6100 Member Posts: 5
    Drmnez said:

    Can anyone tell me the part numbers and/or where I can find these half star tiles. 2x4 tile btw
    Sorry for the sub par photo

    I got these pieces at a TRU free build.
    It was the Captain America Shield.
    andhe
  • BobflipBobflip Member Posts: 701
    Just two random bits I'm not sure about. Don't think they're Lego but wanted to confirm before getting rid!

  • GallardoLUGallardoLU USAMember Posts: 644
    Bobflip said:

    Just two random bits I'm not sure about. Don't think they're Lego but wanted to confirm before getting rid!

    no clue what the larger item is, but the smaller looks like a brickarms Ammo clip (for belt feed machine guns)
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 3,865
    Don't get rid of the clip! They're really useful!
  • BobflipBobflip Member Posts: 701
    Hehehe, fair play, will keep it by - it'll go in the same place as those Mega Bloks 1 x 2 plates with studs on both sides.
  • bortan88bortan88 Member Posts: 19
    Sorry I have no photos but the part is a black 4x2 plate but the 2 middle studs on one of the long sides are aout twice the height of a normal stud and both have holes right through them. They are also bigger in diameter than a normal stud and a brick cant be attached on top of them It also has a B and a 3 and Pat. pend. on the rear. It's not listed as a modified plate or a technic plate on bricklink so I'm at a bit of a loss to identify what it is and what set it came with. Thanks in advance.
  • ColoradoBricksColoradoBricks Denver, CO, USAMember Posts: 1,659
    @bortan88, a picture would really help ;-) Try looking in the train section, they have parts like this that sound similar Train Brick 2 x 4 with Holder for Sliding Wheel Block
  • NatebwNatebw Tampa BayMember Posts: 339
    image

    In sorting my Lego, I have found dozens of these. I think of them as little space ladders. I looked, but don't know what the element number is for them. I also can't really think of anything functional to do with them - they aren't SNOT and they don't nest or anything. So I will occasionally just stick some on for additional greebling.

    Can someone show me some awesome uses for these bricks? Thanks
  • NatebwNatebw Tampa BayMember Posts: 339
    Holy cow that picture is big! :)
    AndorflowerpotgirlandheNorlego
  • madforLEGOmadforLEGO Chicagoland USMember Posts: 10,720
    edited November 2014
    http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=4175

    Link also shows the sets they have been in, as you can see A LOT of sets have had these.
    They used them as grills on vehicles back in the day on LEGO city sets, they are also used as ladders, vents on the side of something.. whatever your imagination tells you to do with this.
    AndorOldfan
  • BumblepantsBumblepants DFW/BGMember Posts: 7,512
    I love those parts.
    Andorbinaryeye
  • bortan88bortan88 Member Posts: 19
    perfect, thats it, although the piece I have doesn't have the curved section and is just a plate
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