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I am looking at buying a Taj Mahal from somebody. Haven't seen the box in person yet but it's supposed to be unopened (but with some damage). I am hoping I could at least verify the weight is correct before buying it, since it's kind of a big investment.

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I looked on amazon and they have it listed as:

Shipping Weight: 30 pounds (which is quite high!)

Target has this in its description:

Recreate the action and adventure of the Star Wars movies with the Death Star building set from LEGO. This amazingly detailed battle station features an incredible array of minifigure-scale scenes on its multiple decks. Features include a control room, rotating turbolaser turrets, a hangar bay, a firing laser cannon and much more.

Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 14 Years and Up

Includes: Toy Building Components

Number of Pieces: 3803

Material: Plastic

Educational Focus: Creative Thinking

Languages: Spanish, French, English

Dimensions: 6.93 " H x 19.76 " W x 23.15 " L

Product Weight: 17.76 Lb.

Care and Cleaning: Wipe Clean With a Dry Cloth

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Does Lego not release package weight on these sets? Surely that info would be around somewhere.

I looked on LEGO Shop at Home and I didn't see any weights. I then checked Target.com and they had the product weights on there. They don't have the weights for the sets Starpod is looking for though because they are retired.
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I looked on LEGO Shop at Home and I didn't see any weights. I then checked Target.com and they had the product weights on there. They don't have the weights for the sets Starpod is looking for though because they are retired.

you get weights usually on other pages... just google it a little...

not hard to find really.

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Hi folks.
I bought a 'sealed' set 8547 from a colleague at work.
It appears to be sealed but 2 of the seals look as if they could have been opened and resealed.
I want to sell this but am reluctant to sell it as sealed if it isn't, so I thought I'd check the weight.
Bricklink says 2157, my set weighs 2072 and Brickset says 2060.

Can anyone tell me accurately the weight of a set they own? - cheers

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