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Identification of which brand a piece or pieces belong to. Can be used when asking whether something is Lego or a clone brand, which clone brand it is, or when completely unsure of the brand.

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Identify this 70s-80s non-lego brick brand, hollow studs, beams in the underside of bricks

Yesterday my brother had a sudden urge to call me and ask about one of our childhood lego-like game set, it had multiple things in it's manual, one was a windmill, a car, and if we remember correctly ...
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Is this part real LEGO or a knockoff?

I bought a LEGO lot off Craigslist a few days ago with some sets and some bulk parts. It included some parts that appeared to have been bought in bulk (maybe pick-a-brick?). It also had some random ...
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Different brand, slightly bigger than Lego

I have a set of Technic bricks used by an academy for teaching robotics to children. They are not compatible with Lego (I think that the pitch is 9mm instead of the 8.6mm of the original Lego design). ...
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Are these bricks old LEGO/Duplo clones?

Can anyone identify these bricks, which I suspect are LEGO clones. They may be more than 30 years old. I bought them on ebay as Betta Bilda from LEGO/Duplo dealer. Some BB was included, but these are ...
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Please help identify this 1980's, very odd, Non-Lego brick!

I have one more mystery brick to share, and it is a strange one. This brick is FIVE studs long, and the width is comparable to a regular 2x4 Lego brick. The inner tubes are also comparable, but ...
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Please help identify this vintage (but non-Lego) brick!

It's time to play the "what brick is this" game, and this time our contestant is definitely non-Lego, yet vintage. This brick was in a small lot of early-60's Samsonite Lego bricks, and I am assuming ...
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What LEGO clone brand are these with 4-peg studs?

I think this was a present in the mid-late 80s. Very sophisticated building blocks for top-view apartment-room design. They also had furniture and appliances. Can anyone tell me the brand etc?
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