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Posted July 12, European boxes implied it. New Set show only. Posted August 13, edited. Here’s a Legoland box, European and American. In the case ofthe set was released in atleast one European country: You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.

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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Do let me know if there are others you need to check. I don’t call this ‘available in Europe’.

That particular set is actually a bit unusual.

Packaging was outsourced to Samsonite which was also stated on the box. Photo Essay show only. No sites that obfuscate access to content, e. Submit a new link.

The coastal base set mentioned above was only available in the UK regular issue there and on a very limited base in The Netherlands which is why there’s a European style box. These differences apply on boxes from the 80s and the 90s. I only have the Legoland version but have seen pictures of the System one too. But US S H sets usually did not have a piece count, theme or name on them. It’s strange, I’ve never seen an in European box The Lego Collector’s Guide is one possible reference, if you have access to it.


But the triangle in particular that started showing in the 90s Divers, Rescue, Nautica The rest of the world including Canada used the European standard.

Packaging was done locally by Samsonite which is also stated on the box itself. Click left button to filter out content with that flair. Posted August 18, When you started this topic, I remembered the picture of a box. It has the name on the top and bottom. The address of the US offices only. It seems that there are some town sets that lack themes and therefore understandably they do not have the triangle.

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A large safety warning statement. As I was looking through this catalog again, I noticed that some sets were advertised in their boxes. I was digging through my old Lego’s in my parents attic so my kids could play with them and found the base along with the helicopter still intact. I suppose this set was released in the UK and Germany as you sometimes see it for sale on eBay.


This picture is not mine, but taken from Brickshelf. Intercoastal seaport was not available in the US until Mod Announcement show only.

An old favourite from my childhood. A while ago I searched for something else, and then I saw this leaflet. I didn’t even know S H existed in the early 90s.

lebo Posts from accounts under 24 hours old will be automatically removed by our spam filter. Posted August 17, Brickset is a good reference, but sometimes I have the suspicion that some sets are indeed US only even if not stated as this in Brickset.

Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. My question is about Posted August 19, I’d like to know if there is any place where Leog can confirm for sure if some of the classic sets are US only or not. Sets like rock island refuge and lagoon lockup Build In Bag show only. Theme triangle you mention that is common to so many series of the era Divers, Rescue, etc.

I found a picture of a European box. The top has a picture of the set on European boxes and the name of the set on US boxes.