LEGO 6055 Prisoner Convoy from 1985
This video is for AFOLS (Adult Fan Of Lego), lego collectors and Parents who watch what lego they will buy. Also this video shows what pieces this set contains, which is extremely important for Lego collectors and for the stores they sell Lego pieces separatelly, because many sets contains very rare and expensive Lego pieces.
Pieces: 115 pcs
Price per piece: unknown
Collection Castle: This is one of 281 sets in this collection (november 2019)
Interestingness for collectors:
Set 6055 Prisoner Convoy was one of several smaller LEGO Castle sets that were released in the mid 1980s in Europe and other parts of the world, but not in America. The reason for this is unknown.
This set depicted a team of 3 Crusaders soldiers escorting a peasant in the holding cell of their black-and-blue prison wagon. The wagon was pulled by a team of four horses, with a knight escort riding a fifth horse. The coachman uses a spear since horsewhips were not introduced until 1988. His uniform has the crest with the crossed axes, while the archer has the regular lion crest.
This was the only Castle set with a carriage that was drawn by four horses. And the first of two prison carriages of the Crusaders, the other one being 6042 Dungeon Hunters.
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Interesting LEGO fact:
– Ole Kirk Kristiansen, founder of the LEGO Group, actually didn’t invent LEGO bricks. A British man named Hilary Fisher Page (1904-1957) invented the first bricks, but he died before he could discover that LEGO had “borrowed” his invention.
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