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Is there a minifigure museum? I have a gallon jar (& more) of minifigures that my kids have mixed and matched. Is there a website I can reference in order to put the minifigures back in their original configurations (including their gear)?

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Thanks! I'd say you are all correct! I haven't read the book yet, but the websites are great. I'm having a blast. –  Major Stackings Nov 5 '11 at 1:32
    
I perused the websites & read the book review. Does anyone know if the book shows the accessories that go with each minifig? The links show them bare handed. –  Major Stackings Nov 5 '11 at 6:40
    
I'm on the waiting list with the KING CO library system. Hoping to have a definitive answer soon. –  Major Stackings Nov 23 '11 at 20:06
    
Our library has declined to stock the book at this time. –  Major Stackings Jan 28 '12 at 3:18
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The website Brickset.com has an extensive database of sets, digital copies of instructions and a Minifig database built in cooperation with Bricklink. The layout and style may be a little more user friendly than the Bricklink catalogue and if you register on the site you can keep track of your collection.

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Thanks. I'm looking forward to seeing who's who. –  Major Stackings Nov 3 '11 at 4:00
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At BrickLink you can browse through, what seams to be, all the existing Minifigures.

This link is the query that seams to returns most of them but you will have to dig around in the other Lego themes(categories) to find the other ones.

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Thanks. That's just what I needed! –  Major Stackings Nov 3 '11 at 0:31
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The Unofficial LEGO Minifigure Catalog lists every minifigure ever produced, up to 2010.

Unofficial LEGO Minifigure Catalog

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I must admit, however, that I can't comment on the quality nor usefulness of this book for the task in hand, as I have not actually seen a copy myself. Unfortunately, the cover price is just too high for something I wouldn't use that much. Nevertheless, I hope the link to the book will prove useful to someone else. –  Kramii Nov 3 '11 at 7:21
    
You are right. It is a bit spendy. I imagine it would be an entertaining book to check out at the librairy. –  Major Stackings Nov 3 '11 at 22:09
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