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Prices of bricks are determined by supply and demand, in your specific case, it is the supply side to blame. Check this site which shows how many sets was a particular colour of 2x4 brick contained in, and you'll see that there is no mention of the Dark Brown colour you are after. This means all such bricks for sale come from other sources than opened ...


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Good answers here. As all of them suggest to download ordered items and manage your orders in an offline manner. Another way is to, keep track of your collection (sets and loose/extra bricks) online in Rebrickable. Here you you have an option to import orders directly from Bricklink. Click the Import/Delete Parts button on the Part List page that you want ...


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If you go to your order overview, you can click on Download On the next page select the checkbox 'Include detail items' This should give you and overview of all orders including exact parts bought in each transaction.


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To add to @user18321’s answer, here are two other ways: Within BrickLink: go to each order and click on “Add to Wanted List”. Now add the pieces to either a new wanted list (perhaps under the order number?) or dump all your orders into one big Wanted list (e.g. “Purchases”). Using BrickStore: download this free software, give it your BL credentials, and it ...


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The design is created in Stud.io (as all designs on Studio Gallery) and the creator has explicitly chosen to not make his .io file available. So in trying to recreate this, you would go against the authors wishes, basically committing a copyright violation. If you could somehow persuade the author to give you the .io file, than you could theoretically export ...


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Just because the 2x4 Brick is the most recognizable of all LEGO brick does not mean it also comes in all colors. You are looking for Dark Brown and Brown in your question: Dark Brown is not a color in which LEGO has produced this brick before. This listing on BrickLink shows all the colors this particular brick has been produced in, just use the selector ...


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No. You cannot put items from quote back to cart, but there is a better option. As per help topic on Bricklink: You can add quote items to a wanted list at any time by clicking the Add Quote Items to Wanted List button on the quote summary page Here how it looks in your quote (just at the bottom of your item list): Once you click on that button you have ...


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Time have passed and things got changed on Bricklink. You can now open you wanted list on Bricklink and hit "Download" button as pictured below to get XML file that you can share.


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You may see that under "Known Colors" Dark Brown isn't listed, which means there are no records of this brick it particular color to appear in any of sets. However, this doesn't mean that LEGO has never produced bricks in Dark Brown. The only difference is that these elements have been produced for certain purpose - most likely to build some large ...


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