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This is a "Underwater Scooter". It's a handheld device to propel a diver forward. Similar devices can be seen in the James Bond movie "Thunderball".


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The torso is from Lando Calrissian. The rest of the parts are from Kithaba. They both came in the 2012 Desert Skiff Star Wars set


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This would be a Crane Bucket - Complete Assembly (Top, Jaws, Spring). It could have come from any of 29 sets from 1974 to 2012.


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It's the rear end of an aircraft fuselage. It's part number is 54701c02. It's from one of these two sets:


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this appears to be Robot Devastator 4 - Red Eyes from the following sets 8101-1:Claw Crusher or 8107: Fight for the Golden Tower or 8112: Arachnoid Stalker or 8115: Dark Panther Partlist for Devastator Bricklink part list


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Looks like a 1980's Fireman. Found an example from the 620 lego set:


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It's a "Vehicle, Tipper End Flat with Pins". It was used in trains (but not only trains) a long time ago (1969-1982), and I actually have a couple from a train I owned as a kid.


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It appears to be a partially-constructed 8242-1 Slammer Turbo


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i think you mean this part Yellow Torso Nesquik Bunny Large 'N' Pattern / Yellow Arms / Brown Hands from 4051-1": Nesquick Rabbit or 4049-1:Nesquick Rabbit Film Set


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It would be a Slope, Curved 2 x 2 Lip, No Studs with Island Xtreme Stunts Logo and Flames Pattern.


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Knight's Kingdom II - the guardian (picture taken from bricklink) http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?M=cas264 I searched on Bricklink catalog under, 'minifig leg assembly' using the keyword, 'brown,' using thumbnails. Only had two pages to look through.


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This is part is commonly found in the Divers theme back in the late 90's (http://brickset.com/sets/theme-Town/subtheme-Divers) The part in question is a minifigure accessory: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=30092


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These look like Modulex bricks: Modulex was a building system that was designed for adults. It was developed by The LEGO Group at the same time as their Modulex sets were produced from 1963 until 1965, and were exclusively available in parts packs by colour. The LEGO Group made Modulex a separate company in 1965, and the text "LEGO" was removed from ...


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This is from the Clone Turbo Tank.


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Those appear to be Bionicle figures, a theme that was active from 2001 to 2009 (and making a comeback in 2015, I hear). The line focused on buildable "action figures" (aka "constraction figures"). See here: http://brickset.com/sets/theme-Bionicle


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A lot, but definitely not all, is likely from Race 3000.


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It's from Fairground Mixer (10244). Also, the rest can be had way cheaper than Pyjamas Emmet polybag in the form of Sleepyhead from Collectible Minifig series 6.


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It's the center of set 2519 Skeleton Bowling:


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They're part of the 1972 train-sets 130, 171, 180, 181 and 724 (picture is set 130) Yellow version is part of the 1979 technic-set 856.


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48379 is the part number for the torso piece. 2003 would be the copyright date for the LEGO trademark. They are both promotional items which were distributed with McDonald Happy Meals. Bricklink: 7923-1 (White Soccer Player #4) Bricklink: 7917-1 (Blue Basketball Player #22)


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There are a number of ways to start figuring it out, my method is as follows: Try and identify some of the following: Unique pieces Unique minifigs Stickers on pieces Unique logos Color schemes or unique colors The minifigs, stickers and colors are usually enough at least point you to the right theme category (ie space, pirates, castle, city, star wars, ...


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Legs and torso are from a Unitron figure: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?M=sp048 The red bandana has appeared in almost 100 sets (often pirate-themed), while the head and hands are generic and could be from any number of sets as well.


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The short answer is no, this does not make your set more valuable. You have recieved a set that contains what Bricklink calls an "Alternate Item". These are alternate pieces/stickers/colors/etc. that are packaged into normal sets by LEGO in order to ship out the sets in the event of a part shortage. They are perfectly normal. And, usually, they are more ...


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I believe that this is a non-LEGO custom turban piece: It is manufactured by BrickForge and is available for purchase directly from them. It's currently not available in Sand Green though, so if you're hoping to get your hands on this exact piece, you'll need to check BrickForge resellers or secondary markets such as Ebay.


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1978 Fireman. I've got a couple from set 374 and 602.


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Without pictures it would be extremely hard to tell, especially since both dark and light gray are very common colors. However you might be able to identify some of the dark-blue color pieces to see which set the bag is from. Dark-blue is a much less common color than the grays, so it would be quicker to identify what you have. The fact that it is a #7 bag ...


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Is it possibly from Quicky the Nesquik Bunny figure?


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The brick with the space logo is from either set 452/894 or set 6901. The buggy is technic set 1972. Information from Bricklink search.


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It's from a LEGO UFO set from the late 1990s. You can see all the sets in this theme here: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogList.asp?catType=S&catString=34.311. What you have is most likely the #6975 Alien Avenger: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?S=6975-1


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gev has the exact name of the piece, but I'd like to add one more point that could be helpful. When trying to identify pieces as Lego or non-Lego, pay attention to the more obscure standard connections. The small ball above the hinge is a standard small ball joint connection, recently revitalized by the Mixels series (among other things). It connects to the ...



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