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I have saved up quite a few pieces of "plastic" which I am unsure about - can you tell me which ones are LEGO - I've included plates and a figure for scale.

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  • Just... keep 'em all? – rahuldottech supports Monica Apr 16 '17 at 13:17
  • Thank you for your help editing my post. I have kept them a long time but I now wonder if they are indeed Lego. – Robert Apr 16 '17 at 16:32
  • Several of the tools are from playmobil. The first two and the musket definitely are but its hard for me to tell with the rest. – Ian Miller Apr 17 '17 at 3:39
  • The last item in the bottom image: could it be a Znap connector? – Kramii Reinstate Monica Apr 17 '17 at 20:20
  • Almost always, you can find the word LEGO on true LEGO bricks and pieces. If you can't find it, chances are it ain't LEGO. – A Child of God Apr 18 '17 at 15:17
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  • The tools obviously have different handle widths. If they do not properly fit into a minifigure’s hand, they are almost certainly not Lego. If they do, they are compatible for most practical purposes, even if they are clones.

  • The grey, star-like thing is a K’nex connector.

  • The white post looks like a Support 2×2×7 Lamp Post.

  • The left and right part in the bottom image are nothing I can identify. But they do not look like Lego as their elements do not match the standard Lego scales as seen by the base plate.

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The second gray piece in the bottom image (from left to right) is a TENTE piece.

Check this example set (look at the feet of the robot)

Example set from TENTE

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