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Lego colour

A Lego colour is a colour that The Lego Group manufactures parts in. Each combination of part and colour is a specific element.

Common classic colours (1950 to 1977)

Here are the most common pre-Legoland era colours,[1][2][3] along with their Gobricks equivalents:[4]

Colour Type BrickLink name Lego ID Gobricks ID
  Solid Red 21 010
  Solid Yellow 24 030
  Solid Green 28 040
  Solid Blue 23 050
  Solid White 1 090
  Solid Light grey 2 -
  Solid Black 26 080
  Transparent Transparent clear 40 180

Common current colours

Here are some of the most common current colours,[2][5][3][6] along with their Gobricks equivalents:[4]

Colour Type BrickLink name Lego ID Gobricks ID
  Solid Red 21 010
  Solid Dark red 154 014
  Solid Reddish brown 192 081
  Solid Orange 106 021
  Solid Light nougat 283 032
  Solid Dark tan 138 034
  Solid Tan 5 031
  Solid Yellow 24 030
  Solid Lime 119 042
  Solid Sand green 151 048
  Solid Green 28 040
  Solid Blue 23 050
  Solid Dark blue 140 055
  Solid White 1 090
  Solid Light bluish grey 194 071
  Solid Dark bluish grey 199 072
  Solid Black 26 080
  Transparent Transparent red 41 110
  Transparent Transparent yellow 44 130
  Transparent Transparent green 48 140
  Transparent Transparent dark blue 43 150
  Transparent Transparent clear 40 180

References

  1. "Lego Colour Timeline" Ryan Howerter
  2. "Peeron Colour List (sorted by popularity)" Peeron
  3. The Unofficial Lego Colour Guide, 5th edition, version 1.0 Christoph Bartneck, PhD, 2022, ISBN 978-0473628574
  4. "Colour Chart" World of Brick
  5. "Hard-to-Find Lego Colours (and What to Do About It)" Tom Alphin
  6. "Colour Guide" BrickLink

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