LEGO – The Patent Of The Brick That Revolutionized The World Of Toys

Here is the patent of the first original LEGO brick, which has since revolutionized the world of toys!

This patent was filed in 1958 in Denmark by Godtfred Kirk Christiansen, 60 years ago almost days to days. Since then, thousands of different bricks and pieces have been added, and LEGO has become the world’s second largest toy maker and an iconic brand for kids and adults.

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