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What is your Brickset Piece / Set / Minifig counts?

happyskunkyhappyskunky Michigan Member Posts: 133
I am just interested in how much you guys have acquired that you have categorized on Brickset.

I have 80 sets ( 30 or so are polybags )  , 138 Minifigs and a piece count of 10,837

I can't wait to see what I have in 20 years :D
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  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,425
    edited May 2016
    I'll tell you... after 21 years as an AFOL Brickset reports for me:

    3213 sets, 4667 minifigs, 593604 parts

    wardmxwingpilotRonyarAndorFarmer_JohnAdzbadboythedingman5Coolguy5000
  • happyskunkyhappyskunky Michigan Member Posts: 133
    Huw said:
    I'll tell you... after 21 years as an AFOL Brickset reports for me:

    3213 sets, 4667 minifigs, 593604 parts

    Holy cow ! wow

  • xwingpilotxwingpilot UKMember Posts: 797
    ^^ And at the other end of the spectrum, after 11 months as an AFOL, Brickset reports for me:

    12 sets, 15 minifigs,  3130 parts

    @Huw What proportion of your collection do you have on display?
  • thebeermonkeythebeermonkey GlasgowMember Posts: 390
    697 sets, 1083 minifigs, 96169 parts
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 888
    For me most of my sets were bought from 2012 onwards, so about 4 to 5 years worth.

    Around 2400 sets, 6500 minifigures (sets + loose), 791K bricks (sets + spare + loose).
  • obi_gobi_g BlightyMember Posts: 500

    512 sets, 1174 minifigs, 134544 parts :)

  • wardmwardm BelgiumMember Posts: 551
    Came out of my dark ages in 2010 with the new harry potter sets, but I already owned lots of older harry potter, some city and some old pirate sets...

    total: 356 sets, 1299 minifigs, 127801 pieces
  • CapnRex101CapnRex101 United KingdomAdministrator Posts: 2,271
    edited May 2016
    1781 sets, 4220 minifigures and 429546 pieces, most of which has been acquired since 2008.
    wardm
  • PaperballparkPaperballpark UKMember Posts: 3,421
    Almost 4 years as an AFOL gives me this:

    308 sets, 464 minifigs, 94503 parts

    I probably have about as many parts as that again though, from what I've bought loose or from Bricklink.

  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 1,933

    Since December 2014 (when my wife brought me the fateful set) according to the main site my count is:

    260 sets, 483 minifigs, 51441 parts.

    (This does include CMF's, magazine/comic builds, books etc.)

    According to Rebrickable I also have approx 22500 loose parts.

  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,755
    236 sets, 362 minifigs, 27,009 parts. There must be a good few thousand uncatalogued parts and minifigs, though, from charity shop bulk lots, so I'd guess about 30K parts and 380 minifigs, conservatively. 

    I never had a Dark Age in terms of losing interest, but there was about a decade in which I didn't buy very much, so we might say this is, give or take, 25 years' worth of collecting, as a child and an adult. 
  • JudgeChuckJudgeChuck UKMember Posts: 1,093
    edited May 2016
    AFOL since Dec 2014 and now have 221 sets, 422 minifigs and 51154 parts, but the part list is going to be a bit higher, due to Bricklinked extras.
  • mmozzanommozzano UKMember Posts: 413

    AFOL since Jan 2014...

    You own 173 items, 166 different.

    We have piece counts for 166 of them. You own 49826 pieces.

    468 mini figures. 

    The above includes quite a few CMFs which are annoyingly counted as sets. 


    Not included are the Disney figures I started to pickup on Friday so add another 15 or so


  • turboslotturboslot UKMember Posts: 7

    AFOL since 2011 and Brickset reports:

    You own 1690 items, 1527 different.

    We have piece counts for 1446 of them. You own 277773 pieces.

    2705 minfigures.

    Ronyar
  • HuwHuw Brickset Towers, Hampshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,425
    xwingpilot, about 1-2%: 50 sets or so. The rest have either been assimilated into my parts boxes or kept separate in zip-lock bags if I think I'm likely to want to build it again.
    tallblocktooxwingpilot
  • TheBrickPalTheBrickPal USAMember Posts: 45
    edited May 2016
    Since 2005:

    603 sets, 754 minfigs, 78,663 parts! And they only keep growing...

    Practically a third is on display.
  • GoldchainsGoldchains Member Posts: 795
    Since 2010:   78 sets 345 minifigs 33878 pieces.  I'll usually have around 20% on display, which rotates.  
  • rdflegordflego in a world of his ownMember Posts: 324
    694 sets, 1049 minifigs, 130,990 pieces. I suspect that the actual numbers are closer to 1000 minifigs and 140,000 pieces that I have accumulated over the last 18 years.
  • ThoughtsonblocksThoughtsonblocks United StatesMember Posts: 178
    573 sets, 1120 minifigs and 163,792 pieces.  I probably have at least 10k more loose pieces that have not been inventoried.  Most of this is from the last 10 years and in particular the last few years.  My dad sadly gave away a ton of classic space, pirate, city and train stuff I had from when I was a kid (80s/90s) when I went off to college, none of that is obviously included.  
  • MaffyDMaffyD West YorkshireMember Posts: 2,505

    You own 112 items, 112 different.

    We have piece counts for 108 of them. You own 58228 pieces 

    So, the average part per set is about 540. Don't know which four sets are "countless" but I'm presuming it won't affect the average much.

    Small collection, but it's got it where it counts! :-)

  • CM4SCM4S United StatesMember Posts: 1,289
    641 sets - 1456 minifigures - 106313 pcs

    Wow !
    wardm
  • MissKittyFantasticoMissKittyFantastico AustraliaMember Posts: 196
    711 sets (not including doubles, mostly minifigs, which I just can't be bothered to keep track of), 1946 minifigs, and 192813 pieces.  That's honestly a lot more minifigs that I was expecting, but I suppose now I think about it the way so many are packed into sets as drivers/crew/inhabitants/whatever; it does kind of camouflage the raw quantity of them. Interesting.

    All of the childhood collection survives, though disassembled in storage bins. When I started collecting as an AFOL I bought a lot of sets just for fun, which later got dismantled - the dwarves vs orcs Castle sets, Mars Mission, Space Police, Power Miners, Atlantis, lots of Bionicle - but I still have my favourites from those lines in one piece. Very few Star Wars sets got dismantled though, and in recent years I've rarely bought anything I didn't intend to have on the shelves.
  • devilheaddevilhead Member Posts: 280
    You own 458 items, 443 different.
    We have piece counts for 436 of them. You own 137734 pieces.
    You own 1341 minifigs.

    I have tons of duplicate Collectable Minifigures and several of the free polybags that aren't catalogued... and possibly some others.


  • LusiferSamLusiferSam MontanaMember Posts: 477
    Holy cow ! wow

    And really heavy weights haven't weighted in yet. 

    Brickset says I have 1994 sets, 1941 different (which is not accurate, as I would log sets if they weren't unique), 440019 pieces and 4566 minifigures.  I've got more sets that are unique and a couple of duplicates.  I've got a about 150 additional minifigures (mostly red soldiers).  I have no idea how many additional pieces I've got, but it's at least 20000.
  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 5,776
    597 sets, 1327 minifigures, 171,063 parts. probably another 20-30K in parts from Bricklink and bulk buys for mocs as well.
  • PeteMPeteM Gallifrey (near Bristol)Member Posts: 399

    449 sets, 899 minifigures, 107,159 pieces. That does include my childhood collection, but that  consists of a lot of small Town sets, so the bulk of the piece count is since 2012. I've probably also got another 5000 loose bricks sloshing around...

  • luckyrussluckyruss UKMember Posts: 871
    There are some pretty prolific growth rates as to how much you can amass in 2-3 years...

    I've had 17 years as an AFOL (since Star Wars release in 99) - but to be fair have been collecting for 30y+ since I was as a kid as I have virtually all my Classic Space, Pirates and Town sets from then.

    My Brickset total says 2999 sets, 7450 minifigs (3,200+ unique) and about 890,000 pieces.  I know I have another 80,000 loose and catalogued parts and a few buckets more waiting to be (or may never be) sorted.
  • BumblepantsBumblepants Sofia BG/Dallas TXMember Posts: 5,776
    ok make that 598 sets. Needed a little something to boost up to free shipping threshold so grabbed some more train track.
    bandit778
  • Bosstone100Bosstone100 USAMember Posts: 1,393

    You own 920 items, 618 different.

    We have piece counts for 607 of them. You own 228382 pieces.


  • happyskunkyhappyskunky Michigan Member Posts: 133
    How do you see how many unique pieces you have?
  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,755
    How do you see how many unique pieces you have?
    If you go here: http://brickset.com/mycollection it's in the Sets Owned column on the left. 
  • happyskunkyhappyskunky Michigan Member Posts: 133
    How do you see how many unique pieces you have?
    If you go here: http://brickset.com/mycollection it's in the Sets Owned column on the left. 


    Oh yea I saw that one for sets.  Is there a way to see how many unique Lego pieces you have?
  • adello25adello25 U.S.A.Member Posts: 360
    757 Sets, 2552 minifigs, 243,754 parts
  • RirinetteRirinette CanadaMember Posts: 84
    I own 86 sets, 82 different. 24278 pieces and 359 minifigures. I only bought about 1/2 of them, the other half is the gift that keeps on giving :-D
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 888
    How do you see how many unique pieces you have?
    If you go here: http://brickset.com/mycollection it's in the Sets Owned column on the left. 


    Oh yea I saw that one for sets.  Is there a way to see how many unique Lego pieces you have?
    Not sure Brickset had this feature or not but you can create an account at rebrickable.com and sync your brickset database to it, then you can see the data there.

    For my case I had 8116 unique Lego parts out of a total of 17477 unique parts produced by TLG. 
  • catwranglercatwrangler Northern IrelandMember Posts: 1,755
    How do you see how many unique pieces you have?
    If you go here: http://brickset.com/mycollection it's in the Sets Owned column on the left. 


    Oh yea I saw that one for sets.  Is there a way to see how many unique Lego pieces you have?
    It's right there in the column under the number of sets (see my screencap below) - I wonder if that bit of data isn't showing up for you for some reason? Obviously you can see in my example that they don't have piece counts for all my sets, but you can get a pretty good idea...


  • bandit778bandit778 Docking Bay 94. Member Posts: 1,933
    edited May 2016
    @happyskunky
    Have you enabled the main site so it shows sets, minifig and parts on the home page?
    If you have you can click on the parts link which will then display your parts and how many of each part you have.
    One thing to note though is that when enabling this feature there is a disclaimer stating that the parts for minifigs may be inaccurate as Lego do not provide parts lists for them, so providing you ok with the odd discrepancy it's a good way to see what parts are in your sets.

    If you haven't enabled it, click on your name on the main page, then click on general preferences, the check the box next to enable parts. Doesn't come up straight away but will come up eventually.
    catwranglerthedingman5
  • FauchFauch FranceMember Posts: 2,281

    You own 142 items, 137 different.

    We have piece counts for 137 of them. You own 36972 pieces.


    though I don't think I'm up to date, and I don't add the sets I've never built yet, so I probably have close to 10000 additionnal pieces.

  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 11,853
    I think I'm getting short-changed on keychains.  It would appear they do not count as pieces.  
  • tsitsi Member Posts: 34
    You can't compare the set counts directly.
    The same collection can have 160 or only 10 sets depending how you manage your collection, example:
    You can mark your ownership for a complete minifigures series, than it counts for one set.
    Or you can mark your ownership for every single figure of a series, than the setcount is 16.
  • SeanTheCollectorSeanTheCollector BirminghamMember Posts: 750
    A chance encounter with the Lego Store in Cardiff (UK) back in 2015, followed by a decision to buy myself something totally different that Christmas, brought me out of my dark age. Incidently, I bought the Death Star (10188) that Christmas which I have yet to open! Mainly due to the many, many other sets I bought soon after that!

    According to BrickSet my collection currently includes:

        You own 628 items, 548 different.
        We have piece counts for 518 of them. You own 174934 pieces.
        You own 2993 minifigs.

    The minifig count is probably double what I acually have since I track them as individually minifigs.

    It has only taken me 16 months to acquire that lot and I'm quickly running out of space. I am hopying the impulse to buy more Lego will soon abate but it hasn't so far!
    catwrangler
  • lluisgiblluisgib Barcelona (Spain)Member Posts: 221
    edited May 2016
    After 35 Years collecting and MOCing with LEGO, my figures are:

    You own 4837 items, 2163 different.

    We have piece counts for 1944 of them. You own 619756 pieces.

    You own 6989 minifigs.

    Not included my loose parts and minifigs...

    Lluis


    Bumblepants
  • RecceRecce Tiny Little Red DotMember Posts: 888
    edited May 2016
    tsi said:
    You can't compare the set counts directly.
    The same collection can have 160 or only 10 sets depending how you manage your collection, example:
    You can mark your ownership for a complete minifigures series, than it counts for one set.
    Or you can mark your ownership for every single figure of a series, than the setcount is 16.

    *******

    Indeed, I add the CMF as set of 16, even if I bought a whole box will just add as 2 or 3 sets and ignore the extras. 

  • LegogramLegogram PA USAMember Posts: 314
    Since buying my first ever Lego in mid 2014, I now have

    485 sets - 463 different
    Piece count for 459 is 93,463
    1,247 minifigures

    I am blaming this all on 2 of my grandsons, who made building Legos look so easy and like so much fun.  :-)  And Legos are all of that and so much more.  
    catwrangler
  • AyliffeAyliffe the UK innit?Member Posts: 306
    I got my first set in 2001 (when I was 3!), and since then I've collected 888 sets, 1345 minifigs and 87680 pieces. That piece count is just from the sets I own mind, I've got a ton o' loose pieces lying around too.
  • tecjamtecjam Germany / SwitzerlandMember Posts: 255
    edited May 2016
    In the space of 12 months ...

    390 sets (269 different),  978 minifigs, 169803 pieces

    Luckily the past 2 months I hardly bought anything as my wishlist is getting smaller and smaller and the final missing sets I want to acquire are rarer and more expensive. Plus Lego's lackluster sets this year have made it easy for me to not buy any of them.



    SumoLegoGothamConstructionCo
  • AdzbadboyAdzbadboy London, UKMember Posts: 2,624
    Products - 269
    Minifigures - 452 
    Pieces - 52,273 (+4,000 from Bricklink)
  • Poisso3Poisso3 Member Posts: 196
    I came out of the dark ages around 2012 and according to Bricklink:

    I own 561 items; of which 449 are different. BL has piece counts for 391 items I own, which counts as 63,467 pieces. Also, I own 822 minifigs. The part count doesn't include all the bricks that I have bought from the Pick-A-Brick Wall or from Shop.Lego.

  • SprinkleOtterSprinkleOtter Member Posts: 2,731
    Mine is far from accurate- I have easily 4-5x that in job lots I need to sort through.
    Pieces: 115921
    Sets: 767
    Minifigures: 919
  • TheOriginalSimonBTheOriginalSimonB Felixstowe Member Posts: 1,290
    Finally got round to looking at this:

    259 sets of which 221 are different. 
    Piece counts for 214 = 14,470 but as well as the uncounted sets I know I have at least 500 unsorted parts from the 70s/80s 
    Minifigures 233 (but this does not seem to count Nexo Knights cover mounts and I have a few random people as well).
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