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What can i say, i am a serious LEGO Fan and can easily say that its an addiction.

I define myself as an enthusiast and borderline insane, but its alot of fun...

Little boys, big toys
Tekstboks: First of all, congratulations to the LEGO group on their 50th birthday. (2008)
LEGO, the undisputed toy over all toys. Building something of your own gives a kick no matter age, bringing out the engineer in the most of us. At the same time its wonderful bonding for all ages, combining imagination, thought and skill into something that is so fun. 
The only thing stopping most of us is our imagination and its a wonderful teaching toy for all ages, being it Duplo or Technic it challenges and brings forth fascination.
LEGO has changed over the years, mostly due to consumer demands. But in the end it has stayed true to the family traditions, a brick for all ages and countless hours of enjoyment for builders and collectors alike.
See you all in Legoland...

I have a collection that comprises from my childhood during the early 80’s up to now and probably beyond.


Why is a question i couldnt answer but it sure gives countless hours of fun although my son can’t understand why we can’t open all the sets.


I also collect those rare and hard to find items like, promotional items as well as toy fair invitations and shop displays.


Take a peek and enjoy an awesome collection that is growing by the day!

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Inventory Lists of my personal collections:



































Some pictures from Legoland...

Latest update:


The LEGO collection has just passed 480 sets and comprises more than 226835 pieces…


See list at bottom of page…


As well as 324 mini-figures mainly from Star Wars that are a separate collection


A total of about 1500 minifigures.

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Facts & Figures From my Collection:




89180 Pieces
















137835 pieces








226835 pieces

Star Wars


Indiana Jones


Other Sets












Total sets and minifigs.


Miscellaneous pieces


Vintage, before 1965


Minifigs in sets and loose


Grand Total

Facts and figures about LEGO:


· There are about 62 LEGO bricks for every one of the world’s 6 billion inhabitants.

· Children around the world spend 5 billion hours a year playing with LEGO bricks.

· More than 400 million people around the world have played with LEGO bricks.

· LEGO bricks are available in 53 different colours.

· 19 billion LEGO elements are produced every year.

· 2.16 million LEGO elements are molded every hour, or 36,000 per minute.

· More than 400 billion LEGO bricks have been produced since 1949.

· Two eight-stud LEGO bricks of the same colour can be combined in 24 different ways.

· Three eight-stud LEGO bricks can be combined in 1,060 ways.

· There are more than 915 million combinations possible for six 2x4 Lego bricks of the same colour.

· 7 LEGO sets are sold by retailers every second around the world.

· The LEGO bricks sold in one year would circle the world 5 times.

· 40 billion LEGO bricks stacked on top of one another would connect the earth with the moon.

· 4 billion minifigures inhabit the world.


Milestones of LEGO:


1932-Ole Kirk Christiansen, master carpenter, establishes his business in Billund, Denmark. His firm manufactures stepladders, ironing boards, stools and wooden toys.


1934-The company adopts the name ”LEGO”, formed from the Dansih words ”leg godt” meaning ”play well”. Coincidentally, ”LEGO” also means ”I put together” in Latin.


1947-The company is the first in Denmark to buy a plastic injection-moulding machine for making toys.


1955-The company launches the revolutionary ”LEGO system of play” comprised of 28 sets and eight vehicle, essentially the beginning of the contemporary LEGO play experience that children around the world enjoy today.


1958-The current LEGO stud and tube coupling system is patented. The new system makes models much more stable and building combinations endless. This brick is still enjoyed by millions every day.


1961-The company invents the wheel.


1966-The first LEGO train arrives, as does the 4,5 volt motor.


1967-The LEGO DUPLO brick is invented, allowing younger children to become creative builders.


1973-The LEGO group establishes operations in the United States and begins selling LEGO products directly.


1974-The first LEGO figures, made completely from bricks are introduced.


1977-The LEGO TECHNIC product line for advance builders is introduced.


1978-The LEGO minifigure is born.


1979-The first LEGO theme, LEGOLAND Space is introduced and becomes an instant global success!


1984-The Castle series is introduced with knights, horses and many other elements.


1989-The LEGO pirate line is launched.


1998-LEGO comes to life with the launch of MINDSTORMS. LEGO robots can be programmed to perform loads of different operations with the included software.


1999-The company launches its first licensed product line, LEGO Star Wars, it quickly becomes the best selling product line ever and includes the iconic Darth Vader, C-3PO and R2-D2 minifigures.


2001-BIONICLE launches with huge success and is the first time the company markets its own story driven universe.


2006-The next generation of LEGO MINDSTORMS is introduced setting off a global fever for robotics.


2007-The LEGO Group celebrates the 75th anniversary of the companies founding and launches the first annual LEGO Creativity Awards.


2008-A year of milestones! The original LEGO brick turns 50! The minifigure celebrates 30 years of being a pop icon and LEGO MINDSTORMS turns 10! LEGOLAND Billund in Denmark celebrates its 40th Anniversary


2009-LEGO STARWARS Celebrates its 10th Anniversary


2010-LEGO Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of ”The Empire Strikes Back”as well as releasing sets from the Disney theme, exciting year.

Some of my creations, the house, garage and of course work train as well as cargo train...

Latest news:

Tekstboks: LEGO announces the release of new themes in 2010 based on Disney’s Cars, Toy Story and Prince of Persia after they agreed on a Strategic Licensing Relationship, a short version of the upcoming themes is shown below:

- World's leading construction toy brand secures rights to develop toy lines based on three Disney properties for 2010 - 
NEW YORK, Feb. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- American International Toy Fair -- The LEGO Group and Disney Consumer Products today announced a multi-year licensing agreement that gives the world's premiere construction toy brand access to an extensive portfolio of renowned Disney and Disney Pixar properties. LEGO(R) and LEGO DUPLO(R) products are currently in development for three franchises -- Disney Pixar's Toy Story and Cars, and Prince of Persia -- all scheduled to launch in 2010. 
Toy Story 
Children's imaginations will go "To infinity and beyond" when, beginning in 2010, they will be able to re-create the adventures of Buzz Lightyear and Woody with LEGO toys inspired by the Toy Story franchise. Toy Story-themed construction sets will be available on both LEGO DUPLO and LEGO System platforms, building the adventure and fun for children ages 2-12. LEGO System products based on Toy Story and Toy Story 2 will launch in January 2010, to be followed in May by construction sets based on the new animated feature, Toy Story 3, scheduled to hit theatres in Disney Digital 3D June 2010. Toy Story-themed LEGO DUPLO products launch in June 2010. 
Lightning McQueen will rev his engine at the starting line of a DUPLO portfolio that will have young builders creating and exploring the high-octane world of the Cars franchise. The Cars-themed LEGO DUPLO line will feature iconic scenes from Radiator Springs and the Piston Cup Championship raceway and will feature favourite Cars characters like McQueen, Mater and Sally. Cars-themed LEGO DUPLO products are scheduled to launch in June 2010.
Prince of Persia 
A line of LEGO System construction toys based on Walt Disney Pictures' and Jerry Bruckheimer Films' Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, directed by Mike Newell and scheduled to release in May 2010 is also in development. The film, based on the best-selling video game franchise of the same name, stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Kingsley, Alfred Molina and Gemma Arterton in an epic tale of Prince Dastan's struggle to stop an evil ruler from unleashing a sandstorm that could destroy the world. Prince of Persia-themed LEGO products are scheduled to launch in April 2010.

"We are thrilled to team up with Disney, another of the world's premium brands for families with children," said Jorgen Vig Knudstorp, CEO LEGO Group. "When two brands who share similar values bring their franchises together -- in this case a timeless play pattern with some of the industry's most beloved stories and characters -- and combine their access to families, retail strength and marketing power, amazing things can happen. We can't wait to launch the first three lines and look forward to exploring all of the ways in which we bring the wonderful world of Disney to life in LEGO form." 

"Joining forces with LEGO Group speaks to the commitment and vision both companies share for quality product and innovative creativity that invigorates kids play," said Vince Klaseus, senior vice president, global toys, Disney Consumer Products. "Our collaboration will continue to extend the vitality of our roster of franchises by bringing our characters and their worlds to life in a fresh and exciting way. Through these new LEGO product lines, Disney will continue to build presence in the construction toys category and grow market share in the boys demographic."

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