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LEGO points in sets 1993


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#26 fenrir

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Posted 01 September 2008 - 06:12 PM

A discount system....makes sense

#27 Runninglizard55

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Posted 09 September 2008 - 04:42 PM

i remember these points and i actually am missing some from older instructions.  i think that it was a deal to get a free set.  i remember cutting them out for a police 4x4 or something...and then never getting it.

#28 BerndDasBrot

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Posted 09 September 2008 - 05:42 PM

maybe these value packs could be involved...?
1891 or 1993
other value packs of the ninetees without inventory: 1843 4199 1515 9204

i dunno... erm- just watching.

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#29 star1138

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Posted 15 April 2015 - 09:35 AM

Anyone after ~7 years still interested?

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This is the backside of the 1993 Town Mini Catalogue from the US. (Front here: https://www.bricklin....asp?C=m93usto2 )Seems there were to kinds of all Legoland themed Mini catalogues in 1993: The normals backside with all the other themes and this special-offer backside. Also it seems that this idea from Lego was only half-assed launched in the US and only for two years, though the instructions were the same across the world.

A question remains though: what does the colour-code in the instructions in the place were the points were from 1994 onwards mean? There are blue corners as well as yellow and red ones. Any ideas? :)




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