Monday, May 2, 2016


This post is taken straight from our Monday facebook post:

Monday May 2:
Wolff's Flea Market: Have a super Monday ‪#‎chicago‬! Wait a minute. What! Yup. ‪#‎counterfeit‬‪#‎lego‬ ‪#‎minifigs‬ Not. Allowed. -Sharon

Facebook follower: What should I look for in a fake?

Wolff's Flea Market Thanks for asking! We were initially freaked out when this came about, but it is easier than you think. First of all, the platform this little guy is standing on indicates the wrong manufacturer. Only Lego is authorized/licensed to make Superman minifigures. Grab your magnifying glass and take him apart to look for the Lego imprint in various places. If missing in certain key areas-it is fake. Side by side comparisons of real/fake will indicate further quality differences. Sharon Wolff

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