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Who knows what series/set this minifigure belongs to?

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That minifigure looks like this one but without the tophat.

The head, however, is likely from this minifig. As you can see on that page both minifigs appear in 6 sets.

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  • Thanks it does look like this one!
    – Lotte
    Jun 21 '20 at 20:44
  • @Lotte based on some of your parts you've shown us it seems like you have a pretty good vintage collection since they come from before 2010. Jun 21 '20 at 21:58
  • yeah I recently bought a bulk at a second hand store. So it's a surprise what's in there. I found already a complete set 194 from 1976, but also newer sets from the atlantis series.
    – Lotte
    Jun 21 '20 at 22:00
  • @Lotte you talking about this set? I'm jealous, look out for others! If you see any corny duplo-sized bricks in the collections then it likely means thet they're from fabuland series. Jun 21 '20 at 22:02
  • Yes that´s the one. It even had the original instructions with it. Let me google fabuland, no clue what that is, before I throw away something, which I shouldn´t...
    – Lotte
    Jun 21 '20 at 22:43
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This minifigure is a mixture of several other minifigures.

Torso Western Bandit Card Suit Vest and Gold Fob Pattern / Green Arms / Black Hands

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has been used for just one minifigure called Bandit 3. Legs are matching yours so these two most likely come from the same minifigure, which appeared in 5 sets.

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However your example is missing top hat and is using different face - Minifigure, Head Moustache Thick Angry and Long Hair and Stubble Pattern - Blocked Open Stud. It appeared in 13 sets and could be part of any of these 5 minifigures.

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  • Yes, you're right, the head is from multiple other minifigs, that's what I should've said instead of saying that it comes from only one other minifig. Other than that, your answer is quite similar to mine. But it doesn't really matter. Jun 22 '20 at 11:47
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    Jun 22 '20 at 15:24

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