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Reverse image searches are the best tool I have found for this purpose. AI and image recognition has come a long way in recent years and is effective and free to use from the convenience of your smartphone. A reverse image search uses a photo of an object and then searches the web for image matches. This is perfect for part identification, especially since ...


That would be part 30106 Minifigure, Utensil Crystal Ball Globe 2 x 2 x 2. It has a small indentation on top, which is probably how they were able to balance it in that picture.


This one 47674 or this one 47674 These are X-POD containers.


The rails with the "small teeth" are Part No: 3230a , Train, Track Tapered Rail Curved Inside Part No: 3229a Name: Train, Track Tapered Rail Curved Outside Part No: 3228a Name: Train, Track Tapered Rail Straight 16L


As suggested by @mindstormsboi I contacted LEGO customer services and sent them a link to this question as well as many additional photos. The information was passed to their expert team and the answer that came back was "they believe that these are not LEGO® parts". They were not able to identify them as a known clone type. I feel obliged to ...

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