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I have a LEGO set without any instructions:

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Which set could it be, how can it be assembled?

Thanks you

  • These are random pieces, not a set – Michael Verschaeve Mar 4 at 10:16
  • I thought it was a set, thanks for your reply – user13904 Mar 4 at 10:37
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    No set contains 4 of the rounded 1x2 plates in yellow, at most 2 (bricklink.com/…) – Michael Verschaeve Mar 4 at 11:15
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    @MichaelVerschaeve That should be an answer, IMO. – zovits Mar 4 at 11:26
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No set listed on bricklink or brickset contains 4 of the rounded 1x2 plates in yellow, at most 2, so this is either no set or it is not listed yet on those sites. Also it's a relatively small amount of bricks (48), too few to amount to a set.

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https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=35480&in=S&colorID=3&ov=Y

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  • However, all the pieces shown appear in an even amount: is it possible that it is a bag of 24 pieces from 2 copies of a set? – Chronocidal Mar 4 at 11:47
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    No, that would still mean that there are 2 of the rounded plates, which means only 41386 qualifies and it's easy to see that this set does not contain many of the other pieces... – Michael Verschaeve Mar 4 at 12:42
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Looking closely at the picture: Those bricks aren't LEGO at all, they are from some unidentified clone brand. I cannot see any logos on top of the studs (neither LEGO or any other).

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  • That's a great observation. PIP on top of studs prove your point. – Alex Mar 10 at 15:47

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