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This is a 7049b - Wheel brick. It was used with the first LEGO wheels back in the 60's to create vehicles like this: This was a very common piece (in white and black) when it was produced between 1959-1992 and was used in 176 sets according to BrickLink. Per @GalacticCowboy's comment: As shown in the inset, the wheels had a metallic axle that snapped ...


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This is a Minitalia brick - Lego produced different bricks for a while in the seventies for Italy (per Gary Istok's latest information: because the original LEGO was deemed too expensive). Minitalia bricks have weaker plastic (which shows on the studs on your brick) and don't use the Tube system underneath the brick, but an older patent which has the X marks....


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Based on the occurrence of the 2x2x3 brick in white and the 16 trans-blue garage door panels, I think this is a bag from set 7744: Police Headquarters. From the picture it looks like your bag builds the bottom right part of the station - the 2 car garages and the platform under the stairs.


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This is an Electric, Wire 12V / 4.5V. They can be found here: Catalog: Parts - Electric, Wire & Connector Just find the right length.


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Every Lego wooden duck I have seen, whether in person or on the internet, is sitting on a platform with the wheels attached to the platform. This is the original version: Here is a later version: Are there any markings on the toy itself that lead you to believe it is a Lego product?


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The top piece shown here is the LEGO Ball Joint with Ball Socket (74261 / 98613) connected to a LEGO Brick 2 x 2 with Ball Socket and Axlehole (Wide Socket) (92013).


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The parts are from the 8016 LEGO Star Wars Hyena Droid Bomber from 2009.


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It's the main module from Record and Play (set 4095): This part was only included in this set released in 2003. The part contains several motors and some electronics that allow you to record motor movements and then play them back. Pressing the red button would let you record movements for a maximun of 20 seconds by adjusting the motors and the green ...


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Yes, this is a 30375 - Torso Mechanical, Battle Droid in black. It's a little difficult to identify as it is lying on its belly, and hence you do not see the characteristic single stud front of this piece.


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This specific piece, a Tile 2 x 4 with Batman Logo Pattern, turns out to be one of the first piece that comes out when looking for Batman at BrickLink, and appears only in one set, the "Batman: Defend the Batcave" set:


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Based on the silver jetpack, Jango Fett head, Phase I clone helmet, and orange battle droid parts, I believe it is 75015 Corporate Alliance Tank Droid.


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Looks like it could come from one of two Fabuland sets, Bonnie Bunny's Camper or Charlie Crow's Carry-All. The radiator piece also comes in The Fabuland House. Given your bird man as driver, I'm going with Charlie Crow's Carry-All.


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It's 30191 Strap 12 M: This is listed as x169 on Bricklink and Peeron, and is also called a stretcher holder, as that was it's original use when it was first created in 1998: Edit: It's acceptable and even preferred to post new questions to identify new parts. With that said, the wing part in your updated question is 15082 Animal Wing with Shaft:


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Looks like the Duplo Car Launcher and according to Bricklink this appears in at least 4 different sets: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=31080c01&in=S


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This is part 4218 Garage Roller Door Section without Handle: As you might imagine from the name, these can be connected and used for garage doors as seen in Century Skyway, for example:


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It's definitely Minitalia and since you're Italian let me suggest a very recent Italian article with the most recent findings about the history and the actual reasons behind the existance of the Minitalia line! I also recommend Gary's book, it's really great (and he's working on a new edition that will include these recent findings).


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Pretty sure you're describing a Bionicle Krana Holder 3 x 4, which allegedly comes in light grey, dark grey, brown, red, blue, and green.


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I did a cross check on sets containing following pieces 'red-42003', 'blue-6632' and 'black-32250'. This looks like the B model for set 8065.


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Choose a brick, the most distinctive the better. Look for the part number. These are on the underside of plates, or inside bricks. They can be microscopic but every piece had one. Go to peeron.com. Enter the part number into the search box. A list of all the sets containing that part number should, with luck, come up. If you need to, repeat with another ...


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The set in question is 8562 Gahlok. It's missing the legs and parts of its head.


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It's a tie plate from the original 4.5V train system, specifically from a "switch point right": http://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=x879cx1#T=C


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This is a Windscreen 8 x 6 x 3 Wedge with Space Port Pattern on Top and Sides (Stickers) - Set 6453.


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UPDATED LISTING THE CORRECT STOCKADE DOOR - Thanks to TheBrickBlogger The two left doors are 30223 - Door 1x5x7 1/2 Stockade and they appear in 11 sets. The middle one on your picture seems to be Reddish Brown, which is in only 1 set, 7036 - Dwarves' Mine, exactly decorated the way you have the door (with the pyramid shape in Pearl Gold on top). The ...


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This is a Torso Overalls Blue Pattern (Dungarees) / White Arms / Yellow Hands, which is used in 48 sets and 16 minifigs. It was last produced by LEGO in 2005. I'd seriously recommend you make yourself familiar with BrickLink's Catalog Search feature and the LEGO naming standards as it helps you get these answers faster in the future, without having to rely ...


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Yes and no. If you found normal basic bricks without the LEGO logo, then they are definitely not Lego. However, some parts are too small to have the logo. Things like utensils from the Friends theme, balls, technic pins, etc. don't have room for the logo, but this doesn't mean they aren't made by Lego. The very first Lego bricks (2x2 and 2x4 bricks in 1949)...


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This is Boris Bulldog a.k.a. fab2c: Fabuland Figure Bulldog 3 with Police Hat it appears in the following sets 3603: Boris Bulldog and Mailbox 3786: Boris Bulldog 3793: Boris Bulldog and Mailbox


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Based on the one picture that did come through, you have set 9490 - Droid Escape from 2012.


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The door is probably Frame 2X4X6 in Medium Lilac. This depends on the thickness of the piece 1 or 2 studs as this is not clear on the picture. This piece in combination with the white door only comes in 2 sets : 4625: Pink Brick Box 10660-1: House Suitcase Neither set contains the other pieces. I can't find the other pieces on Brickset. Are these ...


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Was it 10667 Construction? The date is a little off, but the parts look right.



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