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Antique and Collecters Blog

Welcome to Lola's Antique Blog. Enjoy our stories about antique picking, tips on antique care and much more.

How to Identify Authentic Vintage Legos

Antiques and vintage items have grown with increasing popularity over the years.  This is especially so for vintage toys.  Legos have a long, rich history beginning in 1891 and were originally built by carpenter, Ole Kirk Christiansen of The Lego Group in Denmark.  That makes Legos 124 years old and a very lucrative investment if you find a vintage set.

What Legos are Considered Antiques

How to Identify Authentic Vintage LegosThose interested in distinguishing and identifying authentic, vintage Legos for purchase should look for the following:

 -Hollow, rectangular bases (no hollow tubes under bricks)

-Early bricks only came in black, blue, yellow, red, and white

-Early Lego Kits did not contain roof bricks, wheels, or mini figures

-Bricks are made of Cellulose Acetate

-No Instruction Manuals in kits

 Knowing how to identify authentic, vintage Legos isn’t rocket science and will keep you two steps ahead of the game.  Happy Hunting!

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Vintage Lego Sets: How to Identify and Collect Classic Lego Bricks

These old Lego sets are selling for thousands – do you have one?

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