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 Author: nologolego View Messages Posted By nologolego
 Posted: Aug 15, 2019 19:03
 Subject: Sealed cape boxes
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I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike
 Author: crxefx View Messages Posted By crxefx
 Posted: Aug 16, 2019 01:27
 Subject: Re: Sealed cape boxes
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Google says :

44769 is Lucius Maloy - set 4731
44829 is up in the air?
 Author: nologolego View Messages Posted By nologolego
 Posted: Aug 16, 2019 12:34
 Subject: Re: Sealed cape boxes
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In Catalog Identification, crxefx writes:
  Google says :

44769 is Lucius Maloy - set 4731
44829 is up in the air?

Thanks, I may be able to use that cape to complete that minifigure.
 Author: firestar246 View Messages Posted By firestar246
 Posted: Aug 16, 2019 06:27
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In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike

I'd just open them. Sets with multiple capes have all their capes stuck in
one box, so there could be multiple capes inside.
 Author: nologolego View Messages Posted By nologolego
 Posted: Aug 16, 2019 12:36
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In Catalog Identification, firestar246 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike

I'd just open them. Sets with multiple capes have all their capes stuck in
one box, so there could be multiple capes inside.

Thanks, that is a good tip. I wasn't aware that there are sometimes multiple
capes in a box.
 Author: nologolego View Messages Posted By nologolego
 Posted: Aug 16, 2019 15:04
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In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, firestar246 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike

I'd just open them. Sets with multiple capes have all their capes stuck in
one box, so there could be multiple capes inside.

Thanks, that is a good tip. I wasn't aware that there are sometimes multiple
capes in a box.

Let me rephrase that. I was a Great Tip! I opened the box stamped with 44829
and it had 3 black capes and a green cape in it. Jackpot!

On further research, it looks like it came in the Harry Potter set #4733 The
Dueling Club.

Mike
 Author: elias3 View Messages Posted By elias3
 Posted: Aug 17, 2019 10:52
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In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, firestar246 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike

I'd just open them. Sets with multiple capes have all their capes stuck in
one box, so there could be multiple capes inside.

Thanks, that is a good tip. I wasn't aware that there are sometimes multiple
capes in a box.

Let me rephrase that. I was a Great Tip! I opened the box stamped with 44829
and it had 3 black capes and a green cape in it. Jackpot!

On further research, it looks like it came in the Harry Potter set #4733 The
Dueling Club.

Mike

Hi

Do you still have the box? Can you take a picture from the box?


Stefaan
 Author: nologolego View Messages Posted By nologolego
 Posted: Aug 17, 2019 14:51
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In Catalog Identification, elias3 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, firestar246 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike

I'd just open them. Sets with multiple capes have all their capes stuck in
one box, so there could be multiple capes inside.

Thanks, that is a good tip. I wasn't aware that there are sometimes multiple
capes in a box.

Let me rephrase that. I was a Great Tip! I opened the box stamped with 44829
and it had 3 black capes and a green cape in it. Jackpot!

On further research, it looks like it came in the Harry Potter set #4733 The
Dueling Club.

Mike

Hi

Do you still have the box? Can you take a picture from the box?


Stefaan

Sorry Stefaan, the box is long gone.
 Author: elias3 View Messages Posted By elias3
 Posted: Aug 17, 2019 15:29
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In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, elias3 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  In Catalog Identification, firestar246 writes:
  In Catalog Identification, nologolego writes:
  I have two small, sealed white boxes, the kind that capes come in, but without
the oval peephole. One has the number 44769 stamped on it and the other has the
number 44829 stamped on it. I tried searching the catalog for these number but
had no luck. Is it possible to identify these without having to unseal the boxes?

Mike

I'd just open them. Sets with multiple capes have all their capes stuck in
one box, so there could be multiple capes inside.

Thanks, that is a good tip. I wasn't aware that there are sometimes multiple
capes in a box.

Let me rephrase that. I was a Great Tip! I opened the box stamped with 44829
and it had 3 black capes and a green cape in it. Jackpot!

On further research, it looks like it came in the Harry Potter set #4733 The
Dueling Club.

Mike

Hi

Do you still have the box? Can you take a picture from the box?


Stefaan

Sorry Stefaan, the box is long gone.

Thanks for let me know.

Stefaan