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My 7658 box has no piece count...? Why?

YpresYpres Member Posts: 200
edited May 2011 in Collecting
Okay I'll make this quick... just a question I'm sure someone can answer really quickly.

A few years back I ordered a Y-wing (7658) from Lego.com (in the States). When I looked at the box I saw it had no piece count. I looked around at others (listed on Ebay) and all the other boxes have piece counts on them. The only boxes I see without them are in the "stock photo".

So what exactly does it mean? Why does the box I have not list any piece count? Sorry, but this has bugged me for years. Thanks.

Comments

  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,544
    Sets boxed for the European Market don't have piece counts on them, or set names unless they are licensed sets. My guess is that yours was destined for Europe but found its way to the US for some reason.
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