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I've missed being on Eurobricks for quite some time now... I haven't been around because I've been working on a secret LEGO project that no longer has to be secret any more... a multi-volume LEGO Encyclopedia of all LEGO sets from day 1... 1949 until 2017. This will be a 6 volume series (450 pages per volume)... the production date will be later this year. Then I will work on 3 additional volumes (350 pages per volume)... LEGO rare or unusual parts (Volume A), Early LEGO toys... wooden and plastic, 1934-60 (Volume B), and a unique book (Volume C) that covers mainly LEGO retailer items, such as display stands, glued display models, and related promotional items... as well as LEGO store displays thru the years. Now that's the good news.... the bad news is that the first country to sell this is China... and it is being translated to simplified Chinese..... LEGO is sizzling hot in China right now, and the publisher (who publishes all LEGO books in the China market) offered a large hard cover book deal. I'm talking to a USA publisher about printing this in English, but that is just in the talking stages right now.... I hope to have it out in English soon, but there are no guarantees. For those of you who have my online version of my LEGO Collectors Guide.... the good news for you folks is that all the info going into this much larger paper (hardcover) guide, will be available to you as free updates (in English ). The publisher wants me to stop selling my online guide (still available, but not for very much longer).... the paper volumes will be much more expensive than the immediate $29.95 online computer desktop version. So I will not be able to offer that one much longer... except as free updates to existing owners.... as the volumes are completed. In fact it's my online guide that is being broken up (and brought forward to 2017) to create the 6 volume set encyclopedia, as well as the 3 additional volumes.