107 new labels coming soon, including labels for some awesome new parts which were released earlier this year!
I’ve painstakingly reviewed every new LEGO part released in 2023, as well as older parts that I had missed. The next update will include at least 107 new labels to the collection, for a total of 1791 labels!
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What’s in this update?
I work hard to make sure that every update makes the collection better and more complete. This includes a lot of work that you might not notice to ensure that each part is placed at an appropriate location in the collection, since many people use the contact sheet as a guide when building and when sorting.
The new labels are almost evenly distributed across three categories:
- Brand new parts for 2023.
This includes some parts that are already very popular, as well as some parts from the end of the year which I anticipate will be very popular soon.
- Parts from 2022 which are becoming more popular.
This includes parts which I was not sure if they would remain rare (or only used in a single theme), but have shown continued popularity.
- Parts from earlier years that have shown longevity, even if they are not used in all that many sets.
This include a review of fresh data showing the 1500 most common LEGO parts. (An update to my Most Common LEGO Parts article will be ready soon.)
If you haven’t given LEGO Brick Labels a try, consider a LEGO sorting project this holiday season! Or give the gift of a well organized collection by sharing a link to my LEGO Storage Guide