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[Master thread] Help identifying parts, sets and minifigs

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  • gelkstergelkster MN, USAMember Posts: 858
    You have a #42096 Porsche

    I'm not recognizing the tire tread pattern on the red pickup, nor see a match on Bricklink- are these all LEGO?
  • gelkstergelkster MN, USAMember Posts: 858
    I'm guessing this red buggy is one of the custom/MOC builds.
  • gelkstergelkster MN, USAMember Posts: 858
    Ok I missed the part in your 1st post about Lepin.

    If you get any 100% authentic LEGO sets together & you wish to trade Technic for Technic, pls LMK.
    Switchfoot55
  • ssgregssgreg DolgoprudnyMember Posts: 2

    Hi guys, could you help me to identify the minifigure above?
  • sipusssipuss PolandMember Posts: 152
    That'd be Talon from #76110.
    andheAstrobricks
  • ssgregssgreg DolgoprudnyMember Posts: 2
    sipuss said:
    That'd be Talon from #76110.
    Thank you!
  • PowderfingerPowderfinger SwedenMember Posts: 60
    So, what sets would you say have a chance of being in this lot, 6091 for sure but the rest?
    andhe
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 3,742
    edited January 26
    The brown canopy (bottom left) is from one of these rock raiders sets

    It could be as #6091 or #10176, they share the same base, though the stained glass window top let is from #6091 or #6095.

    I'd guess there is #6291 as well and the baseplate top left is from #6082

    And possibly #4480 Jabba's Palace judging by the old school Jabba fig.

  • PowderfingerPowderfinger SwedenMember Posts: 60
    Thanks, I think the bottom right baseplate is from 6090 as well?
    andhe
  • andheandhe UKMember Posts: 3,742
    edited January 26
    Yes, I'm not sure what number I meant to write when I wrote 6291. #6090 looks possible.
    Powderfinger
  • Switchfoot55Switchfoot55 The Northwest, USAMember Posts: 2,745
    Not enough tan/dark tan for there to be anything close to a complete Jabba's Palace. 

    I do see a sail in the bottom left. Maybe from #627 Caribbean Clipper? I see rigging in the middle/right side. Seems to be lots of the correct colors as well for the remainder of the ship. 
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    I think that sail is from #6280 Armada Flagship. 
    Switchfoot55
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Dorset, UKMember Posts: 2,370
    edited January 27
    andhe said:
    Yes, I'm not sure what number I meant to write when I wrote 6291. #6090 looks possible.
    I’ve just built #6090 and can confirm there’s at least two of the baseplates used for that set underneath all those bricks.

    The triceratops body might mean something like #5987 Dino Research Compound is there too, broken up.
  • TheFewTheFew EnglandMember Posts: 1,733
    How do I tell if this is genuine or not...

    Cannot find a Lego logo, just "3338 03" on one side..


    andhe
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,232
    The prominent mold number and mold mark on the neck make me strongly doubt it’s Lego.
    TheFew
  • FizyxFizyx ColoradoMember Posts: 1,241
    So, the piece is clearly modeled after the baby Norbert piece, which is a legit piece, but Rebrickable has a picture of the left profile of the piece here that show no mold marks on the neck or tail like the one shown.  However, that doesn't mean that they didn't necessarily change the mold later on. 
    TheFew
  • TheFewTheFew EnglandMember Posts: 1,733
    Probably trash then!
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,232
    The the bricklink pictures don’t show the mold marks either, but they are small pics.
    https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=41535&name=Dragon,%20Baby%20(HP%20Norbert)&category=%5BAnimal,%20Air%5D#T=C
    TheFew
  • dangerousdavedangerousdave PolandMember Posts: 4
    Hi all! 

    Since this is my first post in this community, I'd like to say hi to all of you.

    I got here since I'm trying to identify the designer (and best, obtain an instruction) for the MOC set I literally found in the garage of the apartment I just bought. 

    It is a warship with a helicopter, it contains Star Wars printed elements, and I think it might have been built from an actual LEGO Star Wars set.

    I went through many MOC designers, however I was never able to find who designed and built it.

    Please see the links below.
    Many thanks!



    https://imgur.com/a/WuFjEuP - set + emblem 
    https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3068bpb0378#T=C&C=86 - identified printed element

    https://ibb.co/4FnXcRg
    https://ibb.co/m8RhNjK - Two other printed elements.


  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 20,364
    If it is dark (bluish) grey, it is almost certainly fake.
  • dangerousdavedangerousdave PolandMember Posts: 4
    CCC said:
    If it is dark (bluish) grey, it is almost certainly fake.
    Do you mean the overall set? I wouldn't say it's bluish, but I definitely think it might be fake. Although the quality of the bricks (and I spent hundreds of hours with LEGOs, mainly star wars in the past) is in my opinion flawless, and LEGO like quality. 

  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    It's not a set, it's just something someone built. It must not have been very important to the builder, since they left it behind. 
  • dangerousdavedangerousdave PolandMember Posts: 4
    Yup, by the "set" I meant the whole thing. I'm aware it is not a set, but I'm certainly sure that no one could have just built it, as the level of complexity and planning is stunnig, there are hidden and visible features everywhere, hence I'm having some hopes on finding the designer and buying an instruction. Or maybe somebody was a plain genius and just built it :) 
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 20,364
    CCC said:
    If it is dark (bluish) grey, it is almost certainly fake.
    Do you mean the overall set? I wouldn't say it's bluish, but I definitely think it might be fake. Although the quality of the bricks (and I spent hundreds of hours with LEGOs, mainly star wars in the past) is in my opinion flawless, and LEGO like quality. 

    I was replying to the Norbert part. Your post was only 2 minutes before mine, it wasn't there when I was typing.
  • TheFewTheFew EnglandMember Posts: 1,733
    CCC said:
    If it is dark (bluish) grey, it is almost certainly fake.
    No, appears to be LBG.
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,232
    Yup, by the "set" I meant the whole thing. I'm aware it is not a set, but I'm certainly sure that no one could have just built it, as the level of complexity and planning is stunnig, there are hidden and visible features everywhere, hence I'm having some hopes on finding the designer and buying an instruction. Or maybe somebody was a plain genius and just built it :) 
    Why would you think someone couldn’t have “just built” it? That’s exactly what many MOC designers spend hours/weeks/months doing. Many use design software like stud.io to try things out and plan a design before doing it “in the brick”.
    560Heliportiwybs
  • dangerousdavedangerousdave PolandMember Posts: 4
    Yup, by the "set" I meant the whole thing. I'm aware it is not a set, but I'm certainly sure that no one could have just built it, as the level of complexity and planning is stunnig, there are hidden and visible features everywhere, hence I'm having some hopes on finding the designer and buying an instruction. Or maybe somebody was a plain genius and just built it :) 
    Why would you think someone couldn’t have “just built” it? That’s exactly what many MOC designers spend hours/weeks/months doing. Many use design software like stud.io to try things out and plan a design before doing it “in the brick”.
    You are exactly right, that's what I meant by "just built it", and hence I do have some hopes on obtaining the instruction from the designer, as I would love to take it apart and build it again. I can see that lots of time went into this design and I wish I could rebuild it, but not having an instruction leaves me unable to take it apart which makes mi sad. 
    Astrobricks
  • WhyNotSmileWhyNotSmile BelfastMember Posts: 6
    Can anyone identify any of the parts in the photo? I was given a box of mixed Lego; there seem to be a lot of Friends sets but potentially some other things too. Everything in the photo apart from the mushroom-like piece has “Lego” branded on it, so I think it’s all genuine, but there are some other brick brands in the box so it’s possible some pieces are fake.

    I put the big eye onto the tan piece just to show the size (I’ve only ever seen 1x1 eyes before); obviously I don’t need the tan piece identified.

    Thanks!


  • flordflord CanadaMember Posts: 795
    The target and the red mushroom are found in Merida's Highland Games, if that helps.
  • flordflord CanadaMember Posts: 795
    edited February 1
    Any help with the following? The black torso and legs are clearly Star Wars, I just went over all the officers and gunners and didn't spot this one. I don't know if the white head is legit Lego or not.

    Thanks for your help!
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    @flord the white head is from the Agents theme, Mission Deep Freeze subtheme from 2004; that piece was in all eight sets.
    Astrobricks
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    #2 is a Death Trooper, from either #75165 Imperial Trooper Battle Pack, or #75213 2018 Sw Advent Calendar.
    Astrobricks
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    #1's head is from Space, UFO subtheme, from 1997: figure SP043. 
    AstrobricksOldfan
  • iwybsiwybs PlutoMember Posts: 287
    The body of #1 is from Space, Life on Mars subtheme, year 2001.
    Astrobricks560HeliportOldfan
  • PDelahantyPDelahanty Petaluma, CaliforniaMember Posts: 237
    You are exactly right, that's what I meant by "just built it", and hence I do have some hopes on obtaining the instruction from the designer, as I would love to take it apart and build it again. I can see that lots of time went into this design and I wish I could rebuild it, but not having an instruction leaves me unable to take it apart which makes mi sad. 
    Make your own instructions as you take it apart (because it appears to be in desperate need of cleaning too).

    I recently unpacked some MOCs that I made in 1996 and 1997.  I'm going to disassemble them and return the pieces to the original sets, but I used Stud.io to create a digital build (and then instructions) of these sets first.  It's nice to have a digital record of these in case I (or my son) ever want to re-assemble them.  I've posted copies on Rebrickable as a backup...and so everyone else can enjoy them too.  (I could have made improvements and some obvious piece replacements, but kept the digital models 100% accurate to my original 1990s builds.)
    andheBobflip
  • Tom79Tom79 Member Posts: 42
    Can anyone identify any of the parts in the photo? I was given a box of mixed Lego; there seem to be a lot of Friends sets but potentially some other things too. Everything in the photo apart from the mushroom-like piece has “Lego” branded on it, so I think it’s all genuine, but there are some other brick brands in the box so it’s possible some pieces are fake.

    I put the big eye onto the tan piece just to show the size (I’ve only ever seen 1x1 eyes before); obviously I don’t need the tan piece identified.

    Thanks!


    Those stickered tiles with studs, the window and the 2 x 4 tile are from #41005 Heartlake High, the LURP is from a Town Divers set, possibly #6559 Deep Sea Bounty.

  • Boyband700Boyband700 UKMember Posts: 135
    Can anyone help me identify what this set is please?
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    I think it's #5510 with a lot of parts missing.
    andhedatsunrobbieBoyband700Astrobricksgelkster
  • WhyNotSmileWhyNotSmile BelfastMember Posts: 6
    Thanks for the help. Any ideas on any of these?The purple blocks are sloped. The gold dish doesn’t have a Lego brand on it, so may not be genuine Lego.
  • The_RancorThe_Rancor Dorset, UKMember Posts: 2,370
    edited February 3
    The purple bricks might be from #41101 Heartlake Grand Hotel. The surfing stickered tile probably Friends too. Gold dish doesn’t look like a legit Lego part.
  • 560Heliport560Heliport Twin Cities, MN, USAMember Posts: 3,159
    The purple bricks are from #41077 Aira's Pegasus Sleigh, an Elves set. They're Medium Lavender, not Medium Lilac- Lego's names.
    Astrobricks
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 5,232
    Can anyone help me identify what this set is please?
    @Boyband700 if you notice, the license plate has the set number on it. Common way to identify vehicles.
    560HeliportgelksterSwitchfoot55
  • Tom79Tom79 Member Posts: 42
    edited February 4
    Pretty sure that gold dish a couple posts up is Playmobil. I've gotten dozens of Playmobil pieces out of second hand Lego lots - at least I can add those to the Playmobil collection the kids have so not a total loss unlike some other things you can find in such lots :-)
    560Heliport
  • Casper_vd_KorfCasper_vd_Korf Twente, The NetherlandsMember Posts: 232
    Tom79 said:
    Pretty sure that gold dish a couple posts up is Playmobil. 
    Yeah, that’s what I thought too, the design language is just different enough for it to be recognisable.
    560Heliport
  • WhyNotSmileWhyNotSmile BelfastMember Posts: 6
    Thanks! Yeah, the dish could be Playmobil. There’s definitely some Elves stuff in the box, so that would make sense for the purple to be from there.

    Any ideas on the green bit?
  • gelkstergelkster MN, USAMember Posts: 858
    Can anyone help me identify what this set is please?
    @Boyband700 if you notice, the license plate has the set number on it. Common way to identify vehicles.
    Another fun fact- if any letters are.involved those are often the designer initials.
    Astrobricks
  • Switchfoot55Switchfoot55 The Northwest, USAMember Posts: 2,745
    Thanks! Yeah, the dish could be Playmobil. There’s definitely some Elves stuff in the box, so that would make sense for the purple to be from there.

    Any ideas on the green bit?
    That green bit is part 3688 (assuming I'm seeing the 2x2x2 size correctly). It has been used in 11 total sets, 9 of which it was the top of a tree of some sort, usually of the Christmas variety. 

    Most of the uses were in Friends foil packs or Friends Advent Calendars. Perhaps one of those makes most sense with the rest of the Friends pieces you have?
  • WhyNotSmileWhyNotSmile BelfastMember Posts: 6
    Thanks! Yeah, the dish could be Playmobil. There’s definitely some Elves stuff in the box, so that would make sense for the purple to be from there.

    Any ideas on the green bit?
    That green bit is part 3688 (assuming I'm seeing the 2x2x2 size correctly). It has been used in 11 total sets, 9 of which it was the top of a tree of some sort, usually of the Christmas variety. 

    Most of the uses were in Friends foil packs or Friends Advent Calendars. Perhaps one of those makes most sense with the rest of the Friends pieces you have?
    An advent calendar would make sense because I’ve got a few random things like a penguin, skis and some hockey sticks that don’t seem to fit with an actual set.
  • sonatine01sonatine01 Daventry, EnglandMember Posts: 782
    I’m not sure this is the right place to post this, but….

    Just looking through some parts on BaP on Lego after the new changes. Looking at element 6064834/ design I.D. 70885 Hippo. It has no picture on the Lego website and it doesn’t seem to exist here or on Bricklink (although I find Bricklink a nightmare to navigate). Can anyone help me out please ? Is it just a duplo hippo or some random part with a strange name ? It’s £18 odd so seems expensive.
    andhe
  • binaryeyebinaryeye USMember Posts: 1,764
    edited February 8
    An advent calendar would make sense because I’ve got a few random things like a penguin, skis and some hockey sticks that don’t seem to fit with an actual set.
    You've probably got #41102
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