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I'm shocked to find I'm close to a 250 k party - which did include my son's sets to be fair.
The above figure says piece counts for 1313 sets, so not sure if there's more pieces from those sets that it misses out.
According to Rebrickable there are 22K of spares from all the sets, plus I had another 23K of loose PAB.
Due to no more budget, I've missed out most of this year's sets :(
I'm already having space issues, its only going to get worse isn't it...
You own 185 items, 177 different.
We have piece counts for 177 of them. You own 52675 pieces.
We have retail prices for 163 of them. Their retail value is £4833.
Many of the above are CMFs. I presume these are just sets I own and not the ones I've flagged as owned by my son.
@TheMaker37 - 53000+ at only 65 sets means your average set size must be pretty big, nearly 1k per set. I have nearly double your sets, but only slightly more bricks (until you count your loose bricks of course :-). What type of sets do you focus on?
My next milestone is to reach 1000 minifigures - I'm currently on 978...
You own 280 items, 230 different.
We have piece counts for 230 of them. You own 95855 pieces.
We have retail prices for 206 of them. Their retail value is $10483.
I'm almost to 100k. I'm sure I'll be there by Christmas.
I'd guess that I'm probably closer to 70,000 pieces, given the DB part inaccuracies and all the extra pieces that I have picked up via PAB / BL over the last couple of years.
15,749 in models (official set and MOC)
20,158 loose pieces
I also have 15,702 pieces in my BrickLink inventory.
Brickset currently tells me:
Which is definitely too much lego! :-)
- We have piece counts for 638 of them. You own 215606 pieces.
Maybe too small a house, but never too much Lego.
I believe there are more than a handful of members here that are in the Million Pieces Club. :)