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6378 got it back at the time when we were quite lucky in Belgium mid 80s to 90 to have a lot of exclusive sets such as the Containrer Lorry, Holiday Home, etc. Already have an account?
In fact, the European box type was more likely the International version. Some of them were reproduced the next years, either due to good sales sets were usually produced in one batch for several years of sales leo maybe because they planned the change of the general color scheme and produced less boxes with the old layout. Brickset 6837 a good reference, but sometimes I have the suspicion that some sets are indeed US only even if not stated as this in Brickset.
So, it might be tricky to find out were it was sold. The top has a picture of the set on European boxes and the name of the set on US boxes. Register a new account. It was still in my internet history. Sign In Sign Up.
Posted August 13, edited. As stated by one of the creators of the Collector’s Guide, lgo based their book on personnal experience, on lots of research mainly in official catalogs and advertizement and with some limited help of TLG itself but without archives The current system is probably different. A while ago I searched for something else, and then I saw this leaflet.
No discussion on LEGO vs. These reproduced sets were then delivered in the new blue ‘System’ box. Sign up for a new account in our community.
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Honestly, I don’t know about Pirate sets. Lgo Rescue Base [Photo]. Japan and South Korea actually had their own localized versions of the boxes around the early 90s.
Posted July 12, Posted August 9, Sign in Already have an account? Theme triangle you mention that is common to so many series of the era Divers, Rescue, etc. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
Advent Calendar show only. I don’t think the European boxes had this text.
The legal statements were also on the box, but always in English and French, obviously tabarnak! Limited releases based on dragster racing and other exotic car sports were usually intended for the US market as regular sets such as,,, etc. The piece count is usually here for American boxes but sometimes it is on the front. The differences that I can recall are as follow starting with the appearance of the minifig in The Lego Collector’s Guide is one possible reference, if you have access to it.
But the triangle in particular that started showing in the 90s Divers, Rescue, Nautica I can’t find pictures of a non-US box though. When you started this topic, I remembered the picture of a box.
I try to collect sets in their EU version, but sometimes I’m not sure if that set was only available in the US. All the 1xxx town sets are either promotional or limited releases, usually exclusive to a store chain and limited to one or a few countries. Check What a great set.
The box structure could be different, like the fact they didn’t use trays on mid-range legoland sets ie. Had this one too. It’s typical for US boxes.
LEGO SET 6387-1 – Coastal Rescue Base
I’ve more experience with town sets. The European boxes had none of these specifications on the box. From 13 to 15 languages were used on leog side for informational messages and the required European Conformity CE marking was also present.
I’ve for example two European boxes of the Fire Control Center, a yellow ‘Legoland’ one from and a blue ‘System’ one dated from