Depends on the set, how you stack it... and also how much room you have to work with. Looking at @LegoFanTexas's stacks of MMVs and Fire Brigades made me cringe, personally, as those bottom boxes are more than likely going to warp badly. Four Death Stars stacked one on top of the other led to a pretty devastated bottom box, and that's only about sixty pounds of pressure on probably the heaviest duty box LEGO offers.
^^^^ Wow, thats some collection you've got there! I notice you have the highly sought after PBB on the bottom shelf. And it seems to be MSIB as well!! Lucky lucky lucky you.
Lucky indeed! And I'm sorry to all those that PM'ed me, the set is not for sale. Yes, the Pink Brick Box is MISB (I'm talking LFT-standard-grade mint), no blemishes, nice sheen, and no scuffing (not even on the strap, mind you), so I can't part with such a beauty at this time.
I did mention to my wife that it would be fun just to dump every piece we had to make a large pile, mix them up and build everything again. :) Isn't that the fun of Lego??
What's the best way to store sticker sheets from a set?Right now when I pull them from a box, I place between books to flatten.What's the best way to preserve them?
^^ I've knocked a stack of mine over multiple times and so far these latch handles have held. I definitely don't wish for the day they fail.
It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!