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 Author: aladar123 View Messages Posted By aladar123
 Posted: Aug 19, 2019 12:50
 Subject: Another brick I cannot identify
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aladar123 (217)

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Hi,
I have these 1x2 bricks as seen on the photo.
Is it a LEGO brick?
If yes, what is the code?

Thanks,
Tamas
 
 Author: DavidsL View Messages Posted By DavidsL
 Posted: Aug 19, 2019 13:23
 Subject: Re: Another brick I cannot identify
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In Help, aladar123 writes:
  Hi,
I have these 1x2 bricks as seen on the photo.
Is it a LEGO brick?
If yes, what is the code?

Thanks,
Tamas

Does it has Lego branding on the studs?
 Author: aladar123 View Messages Posted By aladar123
 Posted: Aug 19, 2019 13:46
 Subject: Re: Another brick I cannot identify
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In Help, DavidsL writes:
  In Help, aladar123 writes:
  Hi,
I have these 1x2 bricks as seen on the photo.
Is it a LEGO brick?
If yes, what is the code?

Thanks,
Tamas

Does it has Lego branding on the studs?

It does not have any studs. It is connecting studs into from both ends.
 Author: Lego_Friends View Messages Posted By Lego_Friends
 Posted: Aug 19, 2019 21:58
 Subject: Re: Another brick I cannot identify
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In Help, aladar123 writes:
  In Help, DavidsL writes:
  In Help, aladar123 writes:
  Hi,
I have these 1x2 bricks as seen on the photo.
Is it a LEGO brick?
If yes, what is the code?

Thanks,
Tamas

Does it has Lego branding on the studs?

It does not have any studs. It is connecting studs into from both ends.

Cool idea but I have never seen anything like that. Now I'm curious if Lego
made anything like that!
 Author: novabrick View Messages Posted By novabrick
 Posted: Aug 20, 2019 02:42
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In Help, Lego_Friends writes:
  In Help, aladar123 writes:
  In Help, DavidsL writes:
  In Help, aladar123 writes:
  Hi,
I have these 1x2 bricks as seen on the photo.
Is it a LEGO brick?
If yes, what is the code?

Thanks,
Tamas

Does it has Lego branding on the studs?

It does not have any studs. It is connecting studs into from both ends.

Cool idea but I have never seen anything like that. Now I'm curious if Lego
made anything like that!

To my knowledge it's not LEGO. Megablok Cobi or something. If it was AFOLs
and MOC builder would be all over it with it because of it's usefulness in
design and SNOT building.

Christian

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