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I will take 2-3 of each extra off your hands :)
My record for most number of sets at one time is #30080 - Had about 550 of them last year, sold every single one of them...
In any case, the next day I went over to my local Lego store to buy all their stock and they said it was an error on [email protected], yes they knew about it, no they would not honor that price. :)
[email protected] sold out very quickly as well, but that shouldn't be a surprise.
As pointed out, the Ramses set was too cheap to pass up, and the minifigures were something I bought because they were easy to feel.
I gave up on feeling for minifigures because I have lost the thrill to do so.
Surely I could get a fair price, taking them all at once and saving you all that trouble. ;)
I have a few duplicate small sets like the small car, police bike and that sort of thing and then I have 5 of the city racer polybags - the customer service lady kept 4 aside for me in the last promotion as they couldn't find them at the time. I got 1 from a local toy store.
They're really for parts and the minifigs.
I should also be getting 25 Endor rebels and imperials sets - Why? for the stormtroopers and they were cheap, cheaper than buying individual stormies.
I did have 50 Frodo polys, but they have now all been sold or traded away except a couple.
(1) What set do you own the most quantity of? We'll probably see a lot of people (as already demonstrated) owning a lot of very small sets.
(2) What set do you own that gave you the most pieces overall (counting all copies together)? For this, I expect we'd see things that are bulk buckets bought in quantity, like, say, 3033.
(3) What set do you own that gave you the most MSRP value overall (counting all copies together)? I'm not sure what to expect here!
(1) 3460 2x4 White Bricks - 52 copies: 50 pieces (2600 total), $7 MSRP ($364 total)
(2) 4679 Bricks & Creations w/ Bonus box - 10 copies: 1500 pieces (15000 total), $20 MSRP ($200 total). Caveat - I MIGHT own more pieces from Large PAB cups-- I count 14,902 pieces from large PAB cups, but a couple of those were estimated and not counted explicitly, so it's a close call!
(3) 5988 Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins - 7 copies: 710 pieces (4970 total), $80 MSRP ($560 total)
I picked 3 of those up off Bricklink for 60 each not too long ago, still a great price for all those parts.
Today I wish I had listened, of course, and exchanged the moon buggies for #6821 Shovel Buggy or #886 Space Buggy, for example...
I also have two #6841 Mineral Detectors. Same birthday, same story...
Ceterum Censeo: Lego Classic Space rocks!
I think the set I have the most of is #7569. It comes with 4 MFs, a horse, and some other interesting odds and ends. Every time I saw it for less than $7.50, I pulled the trigger....I couldn't help myself. One of the better deals out there per MF. Probably never be able to sell them, but I didn't feel guilty purchasing them. I guess that makes it okay. :-)