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DrewG

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Hi, I bought a huge box of 2nd hand Lego and I can't figure out what this part is and I can't see the part number. Tried hunting around for wing and sail but nothing showed up. Does anyone recognise it?

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After many weeks of sorting I am now left with a collection of unidentifiable "things" that the previous owners had built. I'm not sure if they're part of a set or just something they stuck together but I was hoping some of it is recognisable. I tried the "Find set' trick with entering the part numbers and colours. No luck with any of those - maybe I got the shades of gray wrong. Here are some pictures.

Also, can someone explain to me how to search for that sticker on the propeller blade?

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Just now, DrewG said:

Thanks TobyMac, how did you find that?

searched on Rebrickable on hinge to get the part number. Then on Bricklink for the stickered version

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@TobyMac I can't figure out how to do the search for a stickered part on bricklink. Do I need to create a login to get that function? Could you teach a man to fish?

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10 hours ago, DrewG said:

@TobyMac I can't figure out how to do the search for a stickered part on bricklink. Do I need to create a login to get that function? Could you teach a man to fish?

First thing to know: There is a difference in search function between Rebrickable and Bricklink:
On RB, when you search 3001, you get every part with 3001 in it, or with a relation to it. So besides 3001 itself, you'll also get 3001pr0001, or mold variations like 3001a etc.
On BL, the search is on an exact result. So a search to 3001 will only get you part 3001. If you also want to find prints (called pattern on BL). or stickered parts, you need an * as a wildcard (not sure if that is the good english term).

So for the stickered part above, I first found the part number by searching for 'hinge plate' on RB.That got me 57906. Then I searched '57906*' on BL, getting me the needed result.
Tip: If you want a print/sticker for a more used part, like 3001, you can narrow down a search by adding pb, so 3001pb*. That will skip you all mold variations. If there are still a lot of prints, you can also add (Stickers), with the ( and ), to skip prints and only look at stickered parts.

Last note: The stickered parts collection on BL is not complete. They rely on users to submit these parts, kind of like we need you to submit b-models.

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Thanks, that helped. Didn't know the "pb*" thing. I used my newly acquired knowledge to track down a lime 1x2 tile with a "2" sticker on it.
Apparently, I also own this now :)

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Ok, here comes another one. Can't find this part. Looks like a wrench.

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I'm trying to ID where this thing is from. Got all the other parts: 32123b:14 43093:1 85940:0

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5 hours ago, DrewG said:

Ok, here comes another one. Can't find this part. Looks like a wrench.

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I'm trying to ID where this thing is from. Got all the other parts: 32123b:14 43093:1 85940:0

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It’s in bars. 48729b. Could be the a version. You’ll have to check. 

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Good point Lightbringer but neither variation generates a matching result.

I suppose nobody recognises this assembly

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