LEGO 50th Anniversary Building Set
With 700 basic LEGO pieces (bricks, plates and slopes), the LEGO 50th Anniversary Building Set will expand your child's collection and provide lots of potential for imagination to take wing. The retro packaging harks back to an earlier day of LEGO when creativity was more important than building the latest movie spaceship, and includes plenty of pictures of models to build. Kids will love the included "gold brick" too - treasure!
- A perfect piece of nostalgia for connecting generations of LEGO lovers through building
- The box features images of LEGO sets throughout the last five decades
- Building instructions for three models and photo inspiration for 15 more are shown on the box
- Includes a limited edition gold-colored brick to commemorate the golden anniversary
- Contains 700 pieces
It's the Golden Anniversary of the LEGO brick. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the LEGO brick with this classic collection in fun retro packaging. It includes a great selection of traditional LEGO pieces for endless creative building and imagination.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the LEGO brick with this classic collection in fun retro packaging. With over 700 pieces, it offers youngsters endless building possibilities. And don't forget to look for the special "golden brick" that commemorates LEGO's big anniversary. 700 pieces.
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