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 Author: jfw3 View Messages Posted By jfw3
 Posted: Jan 11, 2020 22:18
 Subject: Are these true Lego?
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jfw3 (1392)

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I found these in a large batch of Lego I acquired, but I've never seen Lego
minifigs packaged this way. They appear to be the Clone Wars Wolfpack minifigs
(sw0537), but am not sure. Thanks in advance.

-Jim
 
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 Posted: Jan 11, 2020 22:27
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In Help, jfw3 writes:
  I found these in a large batch of Lego I acquired, but I've never seen Lego
minifigs packaged this way. They appear to be the Clone Wars Wolfpack minifigs
(sw0537), but am not sure. Thanks in advance.

-Jim

Fakes.
 Author: Adjour View Messages Posted By Adjour
 Posted: Jan 11, 2020 22:56
 Subject: Re: Are these true Lego?
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In Help, jfw3 writes:
  I found these in a large batch of Lego I acquired, but I've never seen Lego
minifigs packaged this way. They appear to be the Clone Wars Wolfpack minifigs
(sw0537), but am not sure. Thanks in advance.

-Jim

Weird baggies is a good way to spot fakes, but the easy way is the arms and hands
are not on the torso. Lego doesn't not do this.
 Author: Heartbricker View Messages Posted By Heartbricker
 Posted: Jan 11, 2020 23:46
 Subject: Re: Are these true Lego?
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In Help, jfw3 writes:
  I found these in a large batch of Lego I acquired, but I've never seen Lego
minifigs packaged this way. They appear to be the Clone Wars Wolfpack minifigs
(sw0537), but am not sure. Thanks in advance.

-Jim

Look for LEGO logos on head and torso's head peg, the baggie could be from
a re-seller that bought cheep baggies, hard to tell from pic, the colors don't
seem right but it could be the pic quality.
 Author: Sadler_Bricks View Messages Posted By Sadler_Bricks
 Posted: Jan 12, 2020 06:13
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Those are kinda close but since the hands are seperate from the arms most probably
fakes and the odd looking bag as someone has stated

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