Author Topic: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub  (Read 5778 times)

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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2008, 10:08:33 »
I'l like the part number for the open sack, Socrates - that seems like the most versatile part yet.

Santa's sack was tan, this one looks grey, and we've seen some other burglars with a black one. Hmm.. that sounds like Santa is actually a burglar in disguise.

I like the portrait, I see what you mean about only having the one picture though - a sheet of stickers would have enhanced the use options.

Still a great set, and One I'll be getting. I have quite an army of burglars building up.

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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #11 on: August 11, 2008, 12:05:21 »
Thanks, Socrates. No doubt it soon will be on PlaymoDB knowing Heather!
I'm sure the plans are in my inbox, socrates, knowing you :) ... I've been away for a few days and glad to see I have lots of catch-up to do.  I'll get to it as soon I can manage (the elves did not do my housework while I was gone, either!).  I like the set, despite not having much interest in the police or rescue themes - it's different and a good imagination spring-board.
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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #12 on: August 11, 2008, 23:27:01 »
I'l like the part number for the open sack, Socrates - that seems like the most versatile part yet.

Santa's sack was tan, this one looks grey, and we've seen some other burglars with a black one. Hmm.. that sounds like Santa is actually a burglar in disguise.

martin, here you go for your army of burglars... ;)

30 29 0120    is the number for the dark gray sack...

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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #13 on: August 12, 2008, 02:44:17 »
Thank you for the sack part number, Socrates! It is one of those items that seems so ripe with possibilities.



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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #14 on: August 12, 2008, 02:53:22 »



Thanks, Socrates ...

GREAT review for a GREAT new set!



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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #15 on: August 12, 2008, 14:24:28 »
The inventory is complete - socrates did indeed not only scan the instructions but typed up numbers and descriptions for me.  I took your painting-photo as well, socrates.  Thanks!

4265 - Juwelenräuber

I also think I've found the subject of the exhibit:  Count Karl August von Hardenberg of Prussia.  It seems the costume and crown are merely dress-up, though.
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Re: 4265 Burglary - Juwelenraub
« Reply #16 on: August 20, 2008, 21:06:52 »
Hi PF,

it´s not easy to change the battery ?!

Looks like the 1900 theme - 5550 and 5551.

You can lever the ground and look at the picture.

The battery solders up !

ENJOY !

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