Currently, set numbers are 5-7 digits long and are featured prominently on the box and instructions for the set. You can also find the set number when you’re browsing LEGO® Shop or on our product pages.
Where is the LEGO set number without the box?
Look for the part number. These are on the underside of plates, or inside bricks. They can be microscopic but every piece had one. Go to peeron.com.
Do LEGO sets have serial numbers?
Now I have noticed that all LEGO sets (I think) have a “Serial Number” printed in small fonts somewhere on the box or instructions. This is NOT the set number, which is quite big and bold. For example: In the Set numbered 6381, the serial number written at the bottom of the instructions in small fonts is 120567.
What do I do if I lost my LEGO instructions?
Even if you can’t find it, you can just write a text description of the set and the brick you need to be replaced. Giving as much detail as possible is recommended so you can be sure they’ll send you the right piece. If you do know the set number, however, it’s as simple as selecting the parts you need from the menu.
Are there fakes on BrickLink?
Replicas and Counterfeit Items: All LEGO items must be original and genuine. Replica boxes, photocopies of instructions, or any other counterfeit listings are not permitted. … Non LEGO Items: Certain non LEGO items that are deemed by BrickLink to be part of LEGO fan culture may be listed.
Is BrickLink real LEGO?
BrickLink is an online marketplace for LEGO® products and represents a vibrant adult fan community. The website was founded in April 2000 and currently has more than 1 million members.
What is the most expensive LEGO set?
The 7 Most Expensive Lego Sets in the World
- Top 7 Most Expensive Lego Sets in the World. …
- Taj Mahal #10256 – $369.99. …
- Roller Coaster #10261 – $379.99. …
- Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 #42115 – $379.99. …
- Diagon Alley #75978 – $399.99. …
- Hogwarts Castle #71043 – $399.99. …
- Liebherr R 9800 Excavator #42100 – $449.99.
Can you find all LEGO instructions online?
You can find building instructions for thousands of LEGO® sets by visiting the building instructions section of our Customer Service site. All of the instructions you need can be downloaded for free! Almost all of our building instructions are PDF files, so make sure you’ve got a PDF viewer.