Answer: The bags in our box are definitely not numbered or marked in any way, and the first 8 pieces I placed were in 7 different bags. I called Lego, and they said the architecture sets are deliberately designed for older Lego experts, and part of the challenge is finding the right pieces.
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.
How can you tell a Lego bag?
Get the inventory of that set online (bricklink, peeron, etc) and see if you have more bricks that make up the set. If yes, then you’re on the right track. Minifigs are generally the easiest pieces which will tell you what you have.
Should you mix Lego bags?
It definitely takes up a lot of space, but the sets are easy to put together. However, it does impede creativity because putting the pieces back where they go would be challenging. Totally mixing the sets together into one big bin (like I did when I was growing up) is totally out of the question.
Are Legos numbered?
LEGO has always numbered its sets, but the way it has done so has never been particularly logical or consistent. Most sets released prior to about 1980 had 3-digit numbers, then 4-digits were used for the majority of sets released before 2013. …
Are LEGO minifigures numbered?
The numbering of the figures in each set below is in accordance with the visual guide sheet which is included within the individual packets for each series.
Can you put Legos in water?
Do you want to play with your LEGO® bricks in water? No problem! Standard LEGO® bricks are not harmed by water. Some specially designed one-piece boat hulls will even float on the surface of water, although most LEGO® creations will not.