[These photos come from a photoshoot originally made to facilitate sales… but it’s such a comprehensive overview and the photos are so good that I believe it makes sense to have them here! – Francesco]
All Wrexham M Mould bricks with some nice swirls.
Two Wrexham M Mould bricks, they are actually similar to Dark Red in colour but I over-exposed them to show the differing M on the underside. For some reason the one on the right looks almost scratched in comparison to the clear M on the left.
There are other M21 bricks in different colours but they do not have the ‘scratched’ appearance of this brick.
These are close to a Light Sand Green in colour and ABS.
These are approximately Dark Turquoise/ Bright Bluish Green in colour and ABS.
Most of these have a varying degree of marbling.
A Wrexham M Mould brick that looks a little chewed.
This M13 brick is interesting as it has a defined scratched M and ‘3’ within the 13 figure rather than moulded but it is much neater than the other scratched-looking M. Also the other scratched M I found was also an M13 in the Darker Blue colour
These are approximately Whiteish/Cream/Tan in colour and ABS. A couple also have Darker Grey marbling, best seen on M16.
These are Raw ABS
The M13 brick at the end has a scratched-looking M similar to the one seen in the first photo. Also the other scratched M I found was also an M13 in the Darker Blue colour so perhaps something was wrong with the mould or repairs had been undertaken at some point.
M10 (2) has a hole through the top left stud as you can see. M9 is much less milky than the others and the tubes can be seen from the top view.
These are A Darker Navy Blue, although the first two are much lighter in colour and M16 has discolouration rather than marbling. All ABS
The M13 and M21 bricks both have a scratched-looking M. The M13 underside is below and the M21 is similar to the one seen in the first photo. Also the other scratched M I found was also an M13 in the Raw ABS colour so perhaps something was wrong with the mould or repairs had been undertaken at some point.
M6 and M13 are a little marbled with Black.
A Wrexham M Mould brick. ABS
The M13 and M21 brick I photographed as part of the group shot both have a scratched-looking M. The M13 is pictured and the M21 is similar to the one seen in the first photo. Also the other scratched M I found was also an M13 in the Raw ABS colour so perhaps something was wrong with the mould or repairs had been undertaken at some point.
All Wrexham M Mould bricks – these are White. All ABS
All Wrexham M Mould bricks – these are a Dark Aqua/Light Turquoise in colour with some darker marbling (top row). All ABS
RAW ABS – M16
White – M21
Sandy Greenish – M11
Lighter Turquoise – D11 tiny Patent Pend.
Darker Turquoise – M10
Dark Blue – M22
I discovered that the ‘Lighter Turquoise’ brick (fourth from the left) is actually not an M mould at all. Its D 11. Not what I was expecting, it seems that the LEGO Logo on the stud does look different now that I have photographed them next to one another…
So…if they were all from one place, why is a D amongst the M moulds…
Bricks owned by the lovely Chris Bull.
Just visiting me for photograph purposes.
Chris will be looking to sell some of his Wrexham M moulds and I’ll be uploading photographs in the coming days to help select the brick(s) available.
[Original posts and comments on Flickr.]