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Indeed, there haven’t been any models of 12 Grimmauld Place as of yet, and even though the house features in a number of memorable scenes in the movies, even those scenes have never been depicted in an official LEGO model since the inception of the theme 20 years ago. I am still keeping my hopes up this will be a set, perhaps even including the folding ...


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The wall behind the shelving unit is not a standard wall built with regular LEGO bricks, but a panel, which is hollow on one side. The parts that are sticking out at the back of the bookshelf are accommodated by the hollow of the panel. My guess is that you attached the panel backwards with the flat side facing in, instead of out. Look at Page 37/Step 48 ...


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Generally speaking, yes. But there are many factors that determine how a given set will be priced over the years. Sets that have rare, more sought after pieces tend to cost more (think monorails), so if you'd happen to have a MISB monorail set you'd be rich. On the other hand, TLG can inadvertently mess with any investment plan by launching sets with similar ...


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On the left of the image, you have 4730-1 The Chamber of Secrets, and on the right of the image you have 4709-1 Hogwarts Castle The Chamber of Secrets came with Minifigs of Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Gilderoy Lockhart, Ginny Weasley, and Tom Riddle, as well as a Basilisk (giant snake) and Fawkes (Phoenix) Hogwarts Castle came with Albus Dumbledore, Draco ...


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I remember seeing some new bricks reusing (probably updated) older variation of the mould. So this kind of information isn't always accurate. Here what Rebrickable tells about variations of Brick 1 x 2: There are three known mold versions of this part: 3065 Brick 1 x 2 without Bottom Tube This is the original version, introduced in 1955. The inside has no ...


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I don't own the set but found some pictures of the assembled Set 1 and Set 2 It looks to me that you can reenact the scenes of the movie with this set, therefor you have the different sections of the room, where in the movie the action takes place. You can combine the different sections to create 1 corridor by placing them as shown on page 61, the bricks of ...


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Lego just put this unofficial build on Facebook today: 12 Grimmauld


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