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The figure on the left is generally referred to as a Fabuland figure, although I believe that the entire Fabuland line actually featured animals. There were a few basic sets released in the 80s that included human Fabuland-style figures. That one is probably from this fire engine:

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Before the introduction of the Minifig in 1978, there was the Maxifig that you noted in your question:

Nurse and Child

The precursor to the modern minifig was added in 1975:

Inflexible figures

LEGO released a history of the minifig that you might find interesting.

In addition to the traditional minifig, you may also come across Technic figures which were around for a time.

Technic figure

There were also the Creator figures that were only around briefly in the early 2000s:

creator figure

The figure on the left is generally referred to as a Fabuland figure, although I believe that the entire Fabuland line actually featured animals. There were a few basic sets released in the 80s that included human Fabuland-style figures. That one is probably from this fire engine:

392-2

The figure on the left is generally referred to as a Fabuland figure, although I believe that the entire Fabuland line actually featured animals. There were a few basic sets released in the 80s that included human Fabuland-style figures. That one is probably from this fire engine:

392-2

Before the introduction of the Minifig in 1978, there was the Maxifig that you noted in your question:

Nurse and Child

The precursor to the modern minifig was added in 1975:

Inflexible figures

LEGO released a history of the minifig that you might find interesting.

In addition to the traditional minifig, you may also come across Technic figures which were around for a time.

Technic figure

There were also the Creator figures that were only around briefly in the early 2000s:

creator figure

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jncraton
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  • 188

The figure on the left is generally referred to as a Fabuland figure, although I believe that the entire Fabuland line actually featured animals. There were a few basic sets released in the 80s that included human Fabuland-style figures. That one is probably from this fire engine:

392-2