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New LEGO Modulex Video

Peter Dibble has done a fantastic job documenting the history and development of LEGO Modulex. I was able to help him by supplying some materials and information, which he did include in the video. He’s done a great job. Take … Continue reading

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LEGO Modulex Sample Board

I’m working on sorting and organizing my inventory of Modulex elements. Here’s a peak at one of my sample boards. There are a few elements that I need to replace after they went missing during storage and shows. I’m planning … Continue reading

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In Which I Am Interviewed by BEYOND THE BRICK

I can’t bear to watch, but here’s the interview with the guys at BEYOND THE BRICK. We discussed all things LEGO Modulex (including the recent attempt to re-issue the bricks and the demise of that hope). I had a great … Continue reading

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LEGO buys out Modulex Bricks A/S – no re-issue

I received an email this morning that informed me that “Modulex Bricks A/S has been sold to LEGO Juris.” The email included this statement from Anders Kirk Johansen (owner of Modulex Bricks A/S): “I was approached with an offer from … Continue reading

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I missed this the first time! BrickJournal caught us back in 2011

I was recently doing an online search and found that Brick Journal’s website posted a pic of one of my LEGO® Modulex® MOCs — back in 2011! I guess I missed it the first time around! Here’s a screen shot. … Continue reading

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What’s In A Brick?

Most people are familiar with the mark that is on the top of the studs of LEGO® Modulex® bricks. The earliest bricks have “LEGO” on the stud and the later bricks have “M” (for “Modulex”) on the stud. But did … Continue reading

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A Voice from the Past

Read the words of Godtfred Kirk Christiansen as he describes Modulex in the introduction to an early brochure for the company. I’ll be scanning manuals that I have collected and sharing them on this website and also at the seminars … Continue reading

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Special Mini-Kit: Pumpkin

Celebrate the arrival of Autumn with this limited edition LEGO® Modulex® Pumpkin Kit. These are original, vintage LEGO® Modulex® bricks from the 1960s & 1970s. The kit includes 25 bricks, including 2 more than you need to complete the pumpkin. … Continue reading

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Tidbits from LEGO® Modulex® History #2

What were LEGO® Modulex bricks made from? Were they made from the same kind of plastic that LEGO® bricks are made from? Great question! Actually, the answer is “Yes” AND “No”! When my source from the original Modulex® company was … Continue reading

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Tidbits from LEGO® Modulex® History #1

Do you know where the name “MODULEX” came from? The answer was given to me by an employee who worked at the Modulex company in Billund, Denmark, back in the 1980s. “I can tell you the name comes from Module … Continue reading

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