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Meaning of different orientation of LEGO logo is pieces produced by using different molds. Both of are genuine. If you check several two by two slopes (item no:3040) you could easily find differences on rough diagonal surface of the part. This is because of using different molds on production stage. LEGO changes it's molds time by time. Especially on old ...
Both rounded shoulder and sharp shoulder LEGO torsos are genuine (as long as the LEGO logo is on the neck-stud). They are just manufactured at different facilities. Most people never even notice the difference, but once you do, it's hard to un-see it. ;) The arms with stamps were mostly seen on the early LEGO Collectible Minifigure Series, but later they ...
Legs and arms do not need to be stamped on order to be considered genuine. LEGO considers a torso with two arms as a single assembly, just like a hip piece with two legs.
Nope! Torsos and leg-pieces are special. They are some of the few pieces of their size that are not actually two separate parts of different IDs. Torsos actually include their two arms, which is why they come assembled, with the arms and hands already attached, and only the torso is stamped. Legs are actually a three-piece combo of left, right, and waist. A ...
They are not designed to be removed and doing so can make it hard to replace. It is not a very good idea to remove Lego arms except on the minifigures listed above.
Depends on how deep the bite-marks are. For a thin mark, TheBrickBlogger's answer with the sandpaper of kitchen knife should do the trick. For something deeper, heat up a tool of some sort, something with a non-conductive handle, and melt it a little into itself.
There is a plastic casing on the back of the cover held together with a piece of tape. Cut/break the tape, and then use a fingernail or other thin option to pull apart the two plastic pieces from each other. This opens a small door of sorts, from which you can take out the figure.
You simply open the front cover and you can take out the minifigs from the back. It won't damage the book at all.
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