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Building up my LEGO collection, brick by brick

This page keeps track of my humble LEGO collection that I (passively) built up over the past decades.

Emmet Brickowski
“Who cares if it costs an arm and a LEG(O)?”

I’m not a huge fan of LEGO, but I liked it enough to buy two fairly expensive sets during the pandemic. Apparently I also like it enough to catalogue all my LEGO sets on this page.

Anyway, the table below lists virtually every single LEGO set that I currently own or have owned in the past. I have tried to sort it by release date and set number, but LEGO’s numbering system is a bit of a mess and some sets were released multiple times in different years under different numbers.

Most of the sets that I owned as a kid were originally obtained “for free” as Sinterklaas gifts or at Shell service stations using loyalty points. The newer sets were all bought using adult money, because I don’t have enough other things to spend my money on.

Year Set number Name Pieces
1994 1642 Sea Eagle * 15
1994 1644 Wind Whirler * 17
1994 1646 Land Laser * 13
1994 1649 Sea Skimmer * 17
1994 1730 Snow Scooter * 24
1994 1731 Ice Planet Scooter * 13
1994 6537 Hydro Racer * 44
1995 1760 Go-Cart * 12
1995 1761 Paradisa Speedboat * 16
1996 1747 Treasure Surprise * 18
1996 1749 Paravane * 9
1996 1752 Boat with Armor * 17
1996 6232 Skeleton Crew * 17
1996 6517 Water Jet * 23
1997 6818 Cyborg Scout * 33
1998 2539 Fright Knights Flying Machine * 17
1998 5928 Bi-Wing Baron * 64
1998 6140 Crab * 73
2017 10255 Assembly Square 3966
2019 21319 Central Perk 1042
2020 10270 Bookshop 2483
2020 30411 Chocolate Box & Flower 75
2020 40417 Year of the Ox 167
2020 40436 Lucky Cat 134
2020 60249 Street Sweeper 85
2020 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V 1969
2021 30414 Emma's Magical Box polybag 67
2021 40486 Mini Adidas Originals Superstar 87

Sets marked with an asterisk are no longer in my possession.