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This is something that the Brickset database needs to include.
#75135 has 1 each of Bags #1,2 and 3, a sticker sheet and instructions.
Main box has:
-2x white inner boxes
-manual with 2 sticker sheets in a cardboard backed bag
-3x Bag 8
-2x Bag 9
-2x Bag 10
-3x Bag 11
-2x Bag 12
-3x Bag 13
-2x Bag 14
-2x Un-numbered bags
White inner box 1
-2x fire pole
-4x Bag 1
-4x Bag 2
-3x Bag 3
White inner box 2
-2x 6x16 plates
-3x Bag 4
-3x Bag 5
-3x Bag 6
-2x Bag 7
There are 2 bags labeled #1 (The larger bag has two smaller bags in it)
There is 1 bag labeled #2 with a smaller internal bag.
There is 1 bag labeled # 3 with a smaller internal bag
There is 1 bag labeled #4 with a smaller internal bag
There are 2 bags labeled #5 with the larger one having a smaller internal bag
There are 2 bags labeled #6 with the larger one having a smaller internal bag
There are 2 bags labeled #7 with the large one having a smaller internal bag
There is 1 bag labeled #8 bag with a smaller internal bag.
If anyone could help that would be great. Please respond here or shoot me an email at [email protected] Thank you!!!
Is it worth keeping the bags that the Lego come in(the numbered ones inside the box)? I dont know why but I just feel this need to hold on to them just in case it some how increases the value to have them. Not that I plan on selling my sets but I know i wont live forever and my family wont have a reason to keep them.
So, are they worth holding on to or am I just wasting the effort?
And obtained automatically.
A total of eight numbered bags with two bags for number 3,two black tiles 8x16,instruction book with sticker sheet/no cardboard in a plastic bag.
Anyone know of a review or other site like this one that shows you how many bags are in the 10237 Tower of Orthanc?
"The box includes 18 numbered bags that go from 1-15, 3 cardboarded instruction booklets, and a sticker sheet." According to this link.
"Does anyone know, and can please specify whether or not the 18 bag amount includes the Great Eagle bag???. I am wondering due to the fact that most video sources of unboxing and review of the set, state that there are actually in fact 17 numbered bags, with 2 bag 3's and 2 bag 5's."
5 #1's, 5 #2's, 6 #3's, 4 #4's (with some small unmarked bags inside big bags like usual), one bag with one instruction book. The set does not have stickers.
8 Large bags
1 Rock Panel Rectangular (6143428)
1 Instruction book in plastic bag w/sticker sheet - no cardboard backing
That does seem to confirm my initial "no lids" impression. Strange packaging, mind - wouldn't the baseplates and smaller bags just have migrated out of the cardboard trays and moved around inside the set box as it was carried around? Very odd.
Yep, that's correct. No lids. See photo of my set (currently for sale in the UK). :)
I got an opened box at a steep discount. If there are 11 bags, I got it all.
Going to build it with one of the bairns as she's had her eye on it a while, insisting that it is a pirate ship.
Does that sound like the right number of bags? If the minifigs are all in the bags then there's little risk of anything being missing I suppose, and i'm assuming that the reseal job was done by Argos for a return (they open and check contents of seemingly unopened sets returned? How do they know how many bags to be looking for without cracking the manual bag open?).
I recently acquired a damaged-box one that appears to be complete, but I'd like to make sure.