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The man who officially has the most

Capt. Kyle Ugone achieved the Guinness World Record for the most completed Lego sets in a private collection with an astonishing 1,091 sets. Ugone actually has 1,251 sets, but some did not count toward the record due to being reproductions or not having the original instructions.



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This work, The man who officially has the most [Image 2 of 3], by Cpl Aaron Diamant, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.11.2012

Date Posted:01.19.2012 15:48

Photo ID:511967

VIRIN:120111-M-KU760-168

Resolution:3066x1800

Size:12.56 MB

Location:YUMA, AZ, USGlobe

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