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I must assume that you mean all pieces. I estimate my accumulation to be around 1400, all sizes, colors and types. Nowhere near enough grays, browns and blacks for what I want to do. But, that will change...
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| December 28, 2009, 1:53 am
Hmmm... I'm sorting all of mine right now. maybe I shoulda thought of counting. Does that include sets that are intact?
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| December 28, 2009, 12:07 pm
in all maybe 1,000,000 because of my dad brothers and Uncle.
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| December 28, 2009, 3:05 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Just a general question to all you MOCers, How many bricks, that you can round off to, do you have?

Me... High above 100000

I have about over 1,500,000 Somewhere around that much,I got a lot of hand-me-downs from my cousins...
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| December 28, 2009, 4:49 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Just an estimate in general. BTW I sorted mine too, it is a pain.


Sheesh, I still got no clue. What type of sorting are you doing?

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| December 28, 2009, 5:08 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Just a general question to all you MOCers, How many bricks, that you can round off to, do you have?

Me... High above 100000

Really? I have about 1,200,000 bricks, but I don't use most of them because they're really old and may break at the slightest touch :P
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| December 28, 2009, 5:14 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Just a general question to all you MOCers, How many bricks, that you can round off to, do you have?

Me... High above 100000

Really? I have about 1,200,000 bricks, but I don't use most of them because they're really old and may break at the slightest touch :P
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| December 28, 2009, 5:14 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Just a general question to all you MOCers, How many bricks, that you can round off to, do you have?

Me... High above 10,000,000

Including EVERY piece down to the last Stud!

Wow... too many to count, thats for sure. Somewhere around a million would be accurate. I collect all my own legos (I only have about 1/8 from my brother, and a few old sets form my sister's boyfriend). I have probably thousands of dollars worth in Lego!
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| December 29, 2009, 12:46 am
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hmmm... The average price per piece on Lego is about .10 cents per piece... 1.2 million pieces works out to about... $120,000. I think most of you may have overestimated your collections by a brick or two. Unless of course you just keep those bricks in your summer cottage in the Hamptons.
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| December 29, 2009, 4:29 pm
I was going to stay out of this but Chris started it, so... First of all, I am in my 30's, so I have a job to buy Lego. I own almost 500 sets and those sets only amount to 63,000 bricks according to Brickset. So 1.2 million? I suggest you go to brickset or some such site and enter your sets, then you will have a better idea of what you own.
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| December 29, 2009, 4:39 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
hmmm... The average price per piece on Lego is about .10 cents per piece... 1.2 million pieces works out to about... $120,000. I think most of you may have overestimated your collections by a brick or two. Unless of course you just keep those bricks in your summer cottage in the Hamptons.


Yes indeed. I believe the Mythbusters said that the largest privately owned amount of lego was about 1,000,000 parts. Those guys are so cool.

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| December 29, 2009, 8:35 pm
Quoting James Hawke
So yeah I have about 1.3 million LEGO's. I estimated every bucket, then I added them up. And all of these bricks doesn't include the minifigures...


James May's Lego House http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/156026
uses just over 3 million Lego bricks.

It puts into perspective just what 3 million Lego bricks actually looks like, and how much space they take up (even when they're all pushed together).

Interesting question- I have quite a bit of second hand Lego and some big sets (although nowhere near the quantities that some of the guys on MOCpages have), but I have no idea how many bricks there would be in total. I'd guess anywhere from 5,000 to 50,000

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| December 30, 2009, 5:56 am
Quoting James Hawke
Me... High above 10,000,000


Ten MILLION? I highly doubt that. Everybody is guessing way higher than it really is. In the book "Cool Cars and Trucks" by Sean Kenney it says that he has more than a million. I don't think you have more bricks than him. I would suggest making a brickset. I recently made one and found it very helpful. It said that I have about 50,000 bricks.
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| December 30, 2009, 10:50 am
I have no clue how many I have, but I don't enough. I ran out of usable light grey AND bley COMBINED middle of a venator that is to be twice the size of the lego set... Maybe I should be on Ebay right now... Logging off...
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| December 30, 2009, 11:45 am
Quoting James Hawke
I hope you do know they are lying cheaters...


?!?!?!?!? How do you cheat at science, and what would be the purpose in lying about it?
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| December 30, 2009, 12:16 pm
In my "humble" opinion, it's not how many bricks you have, it's how you use them. It doesn't really matter if you have ten bricks or ten million, (which, logically, is a tremendous exaggerated overestimation, by the way) what you build is more important. You people claiming to have ten million - don't make me laugh.
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| December 30, 2009, 2:08 pm
Quoting Dave Shaddix
I just counted, I have 319 elements in my entire collection.

Yeah, but most of them are isotopes!
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| December 31, 2009, 1:21 am
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Quoting robert ball
In my "humble" opinion, it's not how many bricks you have, it's how you use them. It doesn't really matter if you have ten bricks or ten million, (which, logically, is a tremendous exaggerated overestimation, by the way) what you build is more important. You people claiming to have ten million - don't make me laugh.


Thank you. Nathan Sawaya's biography lists him as having 1.5 million bricks. Another site recognizes the world's largest personal collection to be at approximately 2 million bricks. I think if a lot of you sat down and actually counted, you'd find you have a lot less than estimated above.

I have NO clue how many pieces I own. But, it's cool...I've got bigger fish to fry. There are MOCs to build! Comments to make! Groups to spam! Phipson to smack-talk!

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| December 31, 2009, 7:46 am
Yeah! Smack-talk Phipson. Unh, wait a minute. Did I say that out loud? Oops.
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| December 31, 2009, 7:54 am
Seems I've done the opposite to everyone else and underestimated my peice count by miles!

Thanks to the post above for the Brickset advice - I've just added my 11 currently built Technic sets, and those 11 alone come to over 7500 peices.

I then have at least double that again in old second-hand parts from 1980s Technic sets, and then hundreds of twon sets with the odd pirate, robin hood and space thing thrown in too. Hmm... maybe 100,000 total?? I really want to find out now!
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| December 31, 2009, 10:18 am
Quoting Ape Fight
Seems I've done the opposite to everyone else and underestimated my peice count by miles!

Thanks to the post above for the Brickset advice - I've just added my 11 currently built Technic sets, and those 11 alone come to over 7500 peices.

I then have at least double that again in old second-hand parts from 1980s Technic sets, and then hundreds of twon sets with the odd pirate, robin hood and space thing thrown in too. Hmm... maybe 100,000 total?? I really want to find out now!

Brickset will give you a good idea of what you have. The best thing about brickset is not piece count, but a great way to see the sets you have.
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| December 31, 2009, 10:33 am
Quoting James Hawke
I hope you do know they are lying cheaters...


He must watch spongebob all day...
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| December 31, 2009, 12:15 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Does it cost money?

Nope, not a penny Here is the link
http://brickset.com/
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| December 31, 2009, 12:15 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Brickset will give you a good idea of what you have. The best thing about brickset is not piece count, but a great way to see the sets you have.


Yeah I use Brickset. It rocks. Except it says I only have 7000 pieces! :( *sob* just kidding.
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| December 31, 2009, 12:51 pm
Quoting Rustiiko B-16

Yeah I use Brickset. It rocks. Except it says I only have 7000 pieces! :( *sob* just kidding.

HAHAHAHA. Let me tell you, trying to find somewhere to store the pieces I have is a pain in my arse. Sorting them is even worse!
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| December 31, 2009, 12:59 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
HAHAHAHA. Let me tell you, trying to find somewhere to store the pieces I have is a pain in my arse. Sorting them is even worse!


Whats so funny about only having 7000 pieces. I probably have more sets but lost the instructions, box, etc. I'm sure you have millions of pieces. And trust me. Even with 7000 pieces it is difficult to store all of them!
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| December 31, 2009, 1:04 pm
Quoting Phazezorz .
Yeah, use Brickset, add all your sets, and use the Peeron finder..thingie, it details what pieces you have, and how many of them.

I think I have a number somewhere between 22,000 and 25,000.

Though I only use about 1,000 or so of those pieces for Mocs.


Wow. Now I feel really poor pieces-wise.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:05 pm
Quoting James Hawke
I am educated enough to know that them "scientists" are just men who wear white suits and read scripts while conducting "tests" Buster is just a dummy, not some "special dummy"


Nice to know, but that's not exactly answering my question. Once more; How do you cheat at science, and what's the purpose in lying about it?
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| December 31, 2009, 1:31 pm
Quoting Rustiiko B-16

Whats so funny about only having 7000 pieces. I probably have more sets but lost the instructions, box, etc. I'm sure you have millions of pieces. And trust me. Even with 7000 pieces it is difficult to store all of them!

Chill my friend, I was not laughing at you. Why so sensitive? I was laughing at the situation of sorting and storing.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:36 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
Chill my friend, I was not laughing at you. Why so sensitive? I was laughing at the situation of sorting and storing.


I'm sorry. I'm not really sensitive, just a little cautious around AFOLs. :P
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| December 31, 2009, 1:39 pm

That is a tidy collection. You have some great sets.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:39 pm
Quoting Rustiiko B-16

I'm sorry. I'm not really sensitive, just a little cautious around AFOLs. :P

No worries. We are not going to bite, well, Chris might. You have to remember that as an AFOL, we can spend our money on Legos and have been doing so for many years. So we will have more, but as Phaze alluded to, I have loads of pieces, but really only use about 1000-1500 to build things with. Now, if I ever get the ^%$* things sorted.
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| December 31, 2009, 1:41 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
No worries. We are not going to bite, well, Chris might. You have to remember that as an AFOL, we can spend our money on Legos and have been doing so for many years. So we will have more, but as Phaze alluded to, I have loads of pieces, but really only use about 1000-1500 to build things with. Now, if I ever get the ^%$* things sorted.


Hehe. Good luck with your sorting. :)

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| December 31, 2009, 1:56 pm
Quoting Mister Bones
That is a tidy collection. You have some great sets.


Thank you, Mr. Bones!
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| December 31, 2009, 1:57 pm
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Quoting Mister Bones
No worries. We are not going to bite, well, Chris might.


Oh he does...but I kind of like that sort of thing!

Quoting Mister Bones
I have loads of pieces, but really only use about 1000-1500 to build things with. Now, if I ever get the ^%$* things sorted.


Amen, to THAT!

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| December 31, 2009, 2:13 pm
http://brickset.com/profile/?Ape+Fight

My bricks contained in sets (that are still built) comes to 22,000.

I reckon I have at least that again in parts from 1980s Lego I got second hand (I could probably work out what sets are in there as I have some instructions, but it would take forever!), so my 50,000 bricks estimate may be about right.

I wonder what the MOCpages average is?
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| December 31, 2009, 2:35 pm
I rounded a little to high I redid the brickset and it says I have 45,000 bricks.
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| December 31, 2009, 2:37 pm
ohhh...maybe 40,000...give or take a few pieces
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| December 31, 2009, 5:20 pm
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Just as a point of comparision, I went ahead and signed up for brickset and put in what I knew off the top of my head. Remember, this is not including my pick a brick purchases and there may be a few sets I'm leaving out... but here's what it says on brickset for my collection.

You own 206 sets (163 different).

View the sets you own
We have piece counts for 158 of them. Using that data, together with your set list, we have calculated that you own 52707 pieces!


Again, they only have a piece count for 158 of my 200 plus sets. But still... anyone still want to claim the holy grail of one million parts (He said in his best Dr. Evil voice)? If so, you need to post a picture of it before any of us take you seriously. And no... "my camera's not working" will not be accepted as a valid excuse for not posting it.

Anyone that has, in this thread, claimed to have even half a million parts... this is your chance to prove me wrong. (For the record, I LIKE being proved wrong.)
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| December 31, 2009, 9:20 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
But still... anyone still want to claim the holy grail of one million parts (He said in his best Dr. Evil voice)? If so, you need to post a picture of it before any of us take you seriously. And no... "my camera's not working" will not be accepted as a valid excuse for not posting it.

Anyone that has, in this thread, claimed to have even half a million parts... this is your chance to prove me wrong. (For the record, I LIKE being proved wrong.)


To add to that, What you make is a reflection of what you have. How many more days of vacation do you have left by the way?

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| December 31, 2009, 9:52 pm
another comparison is the battleship Yamoto, constructed by Jumpei Mitsui. That Moc had a little over 200,000 pieces, is 22 feet long and 3 feet wide. If you log on to the sites featuring it, you can see how massive that is, and don't give me any B about its being hollow. It has a heavy technic framework inside to support the weight. If you had "10,000,000 pieces, where do you keep them? Certainly not in your 12x12 bedroom at home! You must be rich enough to afford commercial warehouse space!
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| December 31, 2009, 9:58 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
Just as a point of comparision, I went ahead and signed up for brickset and put in what I knew off the top of my head. Remember, this is not including my pick a brick purchases and there may be a few sets I'm leaving out... but here's what it says on brickset for my collection.

You own 206 sets (163 different).

View the sets you own
We have piece counts for 158 of them. Using that data, together with your set list, we have calculated that you own 52707 pieces!


Again, they only have a piece count for 158 of my 200 plus sets. But still... anyone still want to claim the holy grail of one million parts (He said in his best Dr. Evil voice)? If so, you need to post a picture of it before any of us take you seriously. And no... "my camera's not working" will not be accepted as a valid excuse for not posting it.

Anyone that has, in this thread, claimed to have even half a million parts... this is your chance to prove me wrong. (For the record, I LIKE being proved wrong.)

if only kjeild was a member of MOCpoages. I think he would win. couple million a minute..... or something like that... if only i had that many legos i dont know what i would do... build kelso a place to keep his sheep perhaps?
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| December 31, 2009, 10:48 pm
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James, Harland, Seph... you've been called out guys. Post some pics and reply to these comments soon or MOCpages will know you're full of it. Like I said above, I like being proved wrong so don't let me down here... post those 1 million parts plus collections!
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| December 31, 2009, 11:15 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
James, Harland, Seph... you've been called out guys. Post some pics and reply to these comments soon or MOCpages will know you're full of it. Like I said above, I like being proved wrong so don't let me down here... post those 1 million parts plus collections!


Ooooh! I like a juicy scandal! On a side note, I got my 25 pounds of lego just now. But back to the topic...

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| December 31, 2009, 11:22 pm
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Quoting Owen Williams
build kelso a place to keep his sheep perhaps?


Aren't you a sweetheart!

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| January 1, 2010, 9:13 am
Quoting Mark Kelso

Aren't you a sweetheart!

Merry late christmas Kelso. Ive already picked out the contractors! hahahhaha.
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| January 1, 2010, 10:35 am
o.k. this may be an overestimate, but including all the lego in my city i would say at least 6-7,000. again this may be wrong but either that or 5,000. i will make a brickset and find out.
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| January 1, 2010, 11:27 am
Quoting Chris Phipson
James, Harland, Seph... post those 1 million parts plus collections!

(Chants)
We want pictures

We want pictures

We want pictures....

Proof, guys. The public demands to know the truth!
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| January 1, 2010, 2:58 pm
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Well, if anyone's interested, here's a link to my brickset profile. I'm probably missing a couple of sets from this list, but not many. Also, this list does not include my Pick a Brick purchases, this is just sets I own.

http://www.brickset.com/profile/?phipson
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| January 1, 2010, 6:01 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
Well, if anyone's interested, here's a link to my brickset profile. I'm probably missing a couple of sets from this list, but not many. Also, this list does not include my Pick a Brick purchases, this is just sets I own.

http://www.brickset.com/profile/?phipson
Well I'm a bit jealous. I don't even think I can remember 70% of the stuff I've gathered in my lifetime. Good job on compiling a list though.

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| January 1, 2010, 9:19 pm
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Quoting Brick Freak
Well I'm a bit jealous. I don't even think I can remember 70% of the stuff I've gathered in my lifetime. Good job on compiling a list though.


I actually still have most of the instruction books. I didn't remember a LOT of them but thankfully I kept the books in pretty good condition in a folder.

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| January 1, 2010, 9:27 pm
I'm beginning to realize just how much I missed during those years I wasn't building! That's a great collection of pieces. I'm definitely going to have to acquire those space police!
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| January 1, 2010, 9:49 pm
Heres my Brickset profile: http://www.brickset.com/search/?owned=1 Apparently I own about 21000 Pieces in sets, But that's not including pab cups. I would say I probably have about 25000 in total pieces.
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| January 1, 2010, 10:25 pm
Man, I could sware i'm forgeting about a whole bunch of sets. Well.... anyways, Hopefully i'll remember
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| January 1, 2010, 10:28 pm
Quoting Brian peczyna
Man, I could sware i'm forgeting about a whole bunch of sets. Well.... anyways, Hopefully i'll remember

I should go check my brickset again. I think it was somwhere between 25-27,000 but i wasnt sure. Plus the bricklink orders whihc i would say might add another thousand or so. but other than that... I dont even have a million bricks.
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| January 2, 2010, 12:11 am
Quoting Chris Phipson

I actually still have most of the instruction books. I didn't remember a LOT of them but thankfully I kept the books in pretty good condition in a folder.

That is the only way I knew what I had, I kept all the booklets. My pick a bricks are also not included, but since we are calling out the lads above, my horde can be located on brickset by looking for http://www.brickset.com/profile/?LegoHamlet, course, one could always lie on brickset, and I am sure someone will. Welcome back Chris.
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| January 2, 2010, 12:19 am
Quoting Owen Williams
I should go check my brickset again. I think it was somwhere between 25-27,000 but i wasnt sure. Plus the bricklink orders whihc i would say might add another thousand or so. but other than that... I dont even have a million bricks.
Oh yes the Bricklink orders, I completley forgot about those. That should add about another thousand or two to my collection. Oh and I highly doubt anyone here has a million pieces.

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| January 2, 2010, 2:36 am
Quoting Chris Phipson

I actually still have most of the instruction books. I didn't remember a LOT of them but thankfully I kept the books in pretty good condition in a folder.


That must be a fat folder! The oldest instruction manual I have is from some 2004 Alpha team set.
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| January 2, 2010, 1:32 pm
The only person I'm sure has over a million bricks is Sean Kenney, at 1,250,000, and HE has a very large place to keep them!
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| January 2, 2010, 3:50 pm
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Quoting Mister Bones
course, one could always lie on brickset, and I am sure someone will. Welcome back Chris.


That's why we're asking for pictures of their collections... and you'll notice that none of them have answered since we called them out. I was talking to Sterling about this and here's the general concensus. If any of them can produce photographic proof of at least 500,000 bricks, we can just call it an oversight. If not... I'm not trying to be mean here, but lessons need to be learned. This isn't about lego, it's about life lessons. We just happen to share this hobby so we're in this forum. I'm just trying to help the kids learn something here.

And thanks for the welcome back! It's good to be here! I missed you guys!

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| January 2, 2010, 4:54 pm
I probably have around 20,000 and about 13,000 of those are Star Wars.
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| January 2, 2010, 5:57 pm
All I know is that I have over 9000.

Comes from nearly my whole life spent collecting... A short life at that, only started at age 2, very close to age 3.
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| January 2, 2010, 9:33 pm
Quoting Commander Thorn (formerly s1w2i3t4c5h6f7o8o9t0)
I probably have around 20,000 and about 13,000 of those are Star Wars.


Wow thats a ton!
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| January 3, 2010, 12:59 pm
Ok, I updated my brickset again and it said that I have 43,000 bricks.
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| January 3, 2010, 1:33 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
hmmm... The average price per piece on Lego is about .10 cents per piece... 1.2 million pieces works out to about... $120,000. I think most of you may have overestimated your collections by a brick or two. Unless of course you just keep those bricks in your summer cottage in the Hamptons.
Yeah, thats me with an extra zero.

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| January 3, 2010, 1:54 pm
Quoting James Hawke
Just a general question to all you MOCers, How many bricks, that you can round off to, do you have?

Me... High above 1,000,000

Including EVERY piece down to the last Stud!

How can you have 1,000,000? I know Sean Kenney has over 1 million, so that's about $100,000 in Legos. I know most major AFOLs have between 40,000 and 150,000.
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| January 3, 2010, 3:10 pm
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Quoting James Hawke
How much? I am gonna let you guess...


Or you could take a picture of it to prove your one million brick claim... or, like John, admit that you GROSSLY overestimated. Based on your posts over the past three years, I would esitmate your collection, based on parts usage and diversity of parts shown, to be somewhere in the ballpark of about 2,000.

Again, I LOVE it when I'm proven wrong. This is your opportunity to shine James. Show us your collection of one million bricks and I'll be the first to comment on it and admit how wrong I was.
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| January 3, 2010, 9:29 pm
Y'all are rich! My measly "collection" is quite sad to say the least. There are several sets in the house, but I only have access to a few... darn kids... I can only truly claim ownership on the Speedway Bandit and Roadster Technic sets, a few PAB cups, a couple of grab bags + 8 BrickLink orders amounting to about $100. The rest are shared with the kids. There was a bucket of bricks from my wife's aunt's attic, maybe a few hundred pieces. So I would estimate the grand total of bricks I have access to around 4000.

http://www.brickset.com/search/?OwnedBy=MasterShifuLeoJ
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| January 5, 2010, 2:23 pm
Quoting Dave Shaddix Like we said, its not the quantity of brick, its the quality of the MOC that counts.


Darn... then I need to work on the quality... XD
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| January 5, 2010, 2:32 pm
yay lets all brag about how many legos we have.....I mean come on.
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| January 5, 2010, 2:39 pm
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J

Darn... then I need to work on the quality... XD

As Dave said, we all need to work on quality, especially me. I have loads of bricks, but many of my "creations" are on the boring side. Quality, that's the key.
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| January 5, 2010, 3:06 pm
Quoting Dave Sterling

I want to be sure I get reimbursed for the $70,000+ my collection is worth.
70,000+ Dollars worth? I can hardly fathom that much lego! Much less for just two people!

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| January 6, 2010, 11:31 pm
I think it's probably around 8,000. Not many (and not nearly enough brown!)
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| January 7, 2010, 2:34 pm
Quoting Elite Commander R.K. Blast
I think it's probably around 8,000. Not many (and not nearly enough brown!)

OMG!!! I have a TON of brown
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| January 7, 2010, 2:36 pm
Quoting J. V
OMG!!! I have a TON of brown

I probably have a total of 40 brown pieces! No joke! I have hardly any!
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| January 7, 2010, 3:37 pm
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Dennis Price once said to me, and I quote: "I'd kneecap you for your brown." I still laugh about that to this day.
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| January 7, 2010, 5:10 pm
20000 bricks, in total.
16000 according to Brickset, but a lot more from Pick a Brick, Bricklink and such.

Picture proof is in one of my creations.
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| January 7, 2010, 5:29 pm
Quoting Chris Phipson
Dennis Price once said to me, and I quote: "I'd kneecap you for your brown." I still laugh about that to this day.

Hmmmm. How much gray do you have? :)) (Just joking, just joking!!!)
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| January 9, 2010, 9:53 pm
I have in between 32,000 35,000 LEGO pieces.
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| January 10, 2010, 10:23 am
True, but I'll bet if we all got together we could build a full scale replica of the USS Potomac. :D
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| January 15, 2010, 1:47 am
Quoting robert ball
True, but I'll bet if we all got together we could build a full scale replica of the USS Potomac. :D


No you can't.

LDD has a limit to the number of parts it displays.
After that it starts to glitch.
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| January 15, 2010, 2:11 am
Quoting Areetsa C

No you can't.

LDD has a limit to the number of parts it displays.
After that it starts to glitch.


I was referring to the combined plastic resources of the entire Mocpages community. Besides, it was a joke.
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| January 15, 2010, 2:15 am
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Fun fact: if you were to make a minifig-scale replica of planet Earth out of LEGO, it would be approximately 292.64 kilometers (90.92 miles) in diameter.

...that's no moon, that's an MOC!"


Or we could do that. We'd need a lot of blue, though. I mean, if a guy can build a full sized house, surely we can build a 90+ mile diameter replica of Earth! Piece of cake.
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| January 15, 2010, 2:39 am
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