Today I show you how I identify what bricks are missing from your used LEGO set. It’s an important part of sorting LEGO and it’s good to have some methods to use when you sort. If you’ve found that missing bricks are not always easy to identify, this video is certainly for you – maybe you’ll find a new best way to sort LEGO pieces!
Here in the Brick Bakery I have been sorting my LEGO from the 1980’s and 1990’s and now I’ve got some odd pieces left. Can you guys help me figure out what the last sets are from the few LEGO pieces that i have left? Thank you for watching!
Hello Brickfans! Welcome to my channel. In this video we embark on an immensive task: brick sorting! It is a lot of fun! Big shout-out to bricklink.com for being indispensable. The LEGO set inventories you see me refer to in the video, were all found via BrickLink! Go there for more LEGO-goodness: https://www.bricklink.com/ This is the first video I ever made like this, hope you like it!
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Brick Bakery is dedicated to exploring old LEGO sets. The sets explored are often official LEGO sets from the 1990’s and 1980’s. We also invesitage LEGO history in old LEGO catalogs and engage in some LEGO archeology by looking into used LEGO and LEGO found in thrift stores. You’ll find let’s builds, leaf throughs and the occasional LEGO haul video here on Brick Bakery. This channel was started because I found a big box of my old LEGO sets. So follow this channel as I attempt to rebuild my childhood collection of LEGO sets and engage in a bit of LEGO archeology.
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