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Aliexpress: random bricks

Bricks in Bulk

Random selection

A few weeks ago I became aware, mostly through other brickers skiting about their purchases, that it was possible to buy bulk bricks from AliExpress dealers.

Not bulk bricks of any one type, you understand. Nor bulk random bricks per se. These were, apparently, random bags from random sets.

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