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    Set 070 with cardboard inlays?

    Hey, thanks Deraven & Lego Historian for your answers! I'm new to this site and forum, but there seem to be some helpfull people around here :-) I bought this set in Belgium, but I don't see no indication on the box about where it originated from... I notice now that the print on the sleeve also can vary among the sets: mine has the train at the bottom on the inside, other boxes have these set of images on the outside. And the fact that the LEGO-logo on the side is upside down (when you have the opening cover upwards, see photo) is weird too, no? Well, I guess that's just another part of the Lego Mayhem Lego Historian was talking about ;-) Any idea what could be the value of this set, in fairly good condition? Is it more rare than the other versions? I'm cutting down on my stuff, and perhaps this set may have to go... But I cannot find any decent price estimation (on bricklink etc...). Many thanks again everyone! Play well :-)
  2. Hello, I own a 070 universal building set from 1967 or so (photo1), but this one has cardboard inlays instead of the plastic ones you can commonly find (photo2). Does anyone has an idea whether it is an older type, or some transition box? I cannot find more info on this. Except: the set 050 from 1964 has similar inlays (photo3)... Thanks for helping me out!