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    I grew up during WW2. There were not many toys around. Legos were unknown.

    Yup ... developed in 1949 in Denmark


    There was a bigger mothership which I had which was pretty cool.
    Perhaps it was this Galactic Commander which was in the 1980's ... the Galaxy Explorer of the grey/blue earlier era was the largest spaceship in that era (336 pieces ...whereas this later blue/white ship had 427)
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    I find it interesting to see people making spaceships in modern times based on that early Lego Space theme but the building techniques are so more advanced

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    Nice! My son went to Legoland in England with the school sometime during the 1990's and was really impressed.

    It cost me a fair bit to buy him a set afterwards but at least cheaper than buying him this lot on eBay ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by SaxonPagan View Post
    Nice! My son went to Legoland in England with the school sometime during the 1990's and was really impressed.

    It cost me a fair bit to buy him a set afterwards but at least cheaper than buying him this lot on eBay ...

    Whew that's a lot of Lego ... and the £18,000.00 price is quite reasonable

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