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What are these magnetic LEGO-like bricks?

According to this article these are called "Bombo Magnet". Bombo Magnet-1963. Bricks made of a metal plate with studs, a magnet, and its plastic cover. The plastic "grid" on the ...
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Can you identify these 2 retro bricks? A red piece with notch and steps, and a green circle

1st is a train part, Plate, Modified 1 x 2 with Steam Engine Cylinder, Round Surfaces, Interior Grooves 2nd is Fabuland Trash Can Lid 5 x 5
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How many original LEGO wooden ducks are left?

Answering the question in your bounty edit ("I'm looking for any public case of an original wooden duck being owned or sold"): Here is a forum entry by someone in the USA who managed to buy ...
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Part Identification - What are these bricks?

A picture from Identify (very old) bricks with 2 studs provided me with the answer: It's "American Bricks", the plastic ones, manufactured by "Elgo Plastics, Inc". They date around ...
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What brand of non-Lego bricks are these with hollow studs and diagonal walls on their undersides?

I find the article Bricks on Display: a collection of interlocking building bricks on brickset to be a good source of information for this kind of question. These appear to be Montini bricks (made by ...
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