LEGO haul no. 5 – 1970s and 1980s LEGO

Today we take at the best LEGO Haul I ever did! A huge LEGO haul from a thrift store filled with 1970s and 1980s LEGO. In the big cardboard box I bought there was some very interesting bricks from the 1970’s and 1980’s. There are plenty of nostalgia bricks! However, firstly I had to clean the LEGO bricks as they were very dirty. However, I found an easy trick to sort the bricks – pour them all on a big sheet of plastic. After looking through the box I found pirate LEGO, castle LEGO, an airport and several small LEGO vehicles. I was the most epic LEGO deal I ever did!

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LEGO haul no. 4

Today we take a look at another haul of used LEGO! Is it a bag filled with wonder or is it a bag full of random? We’ll have to see! Used LEGO is always a bit of a gamble I think. You never know what you are getting until you sit down and have a real look through it. In this episode we are having a look at a big bag of LEGO that I bought used. It’s not always I find LEGO through thrifting. Sometimes I buy used bags of LEGO as I am both trying to find spare parts and maybe finding enough bricks to start MOC’ing. If you like mystery and looking through bags of LEGO, this is for you 🙂

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LEGO Haul no. 3

Today we take a look at second hand LEGO in a mysterious blue box of used LEGO I found at a thrift store – it’s thrift store LEGO! Thrifting is the closest thing you come to hunting for treasure, I think. And finding a big box of LEGO like this is almost as good as finding gold. The detective work involved in trying to figure out where all the bricks are from is a fun hobby. I really like digging through a big pile like this. Buying random bricks like this might seem odd, but beside the fun in the hunt and the detective work, I’m trying to build up a base of LEGO bricks if I ever decide to start MOC’ing. MOC’s are great! If you like treasure hunting, LEGO hauls and like to channel your inner Holmes, this video is for you!

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LEGO Haul no. 2

Today we take another look at a bunch of LEGO I found at some thrift stores. There is a Harry Potter board game to check out and another mystery bag og LEGO as well. Finding LEGO in thrift stores was something I had thought would have been almost impossible. However, it seems that luck was with me this time as I got a real good offer! What will we find in todays mystery-bag – Star Wars? Technics? Creator sets? Maybe something even more obscure! 😀 If you like looking into piles of LEGO for treasures, looking at half-sets and trying to figure out what is what, this episode is for you!

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LEGO Haul no. 1

We take a look at a haul of LEGO I found at a couple of thrift stores.

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Look for new videos every Monday! 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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