>>19317 ++ for packaging and presentation. Non-nitpicking collector perfectionists please ignore rest of post.
The complete info should be "Missing Set 1-51,181-190,197-201,203-236", and here's why:
- The included sets 1-51 are actually playtoy sets. Those largely overlap early AMS sets, but with very different numbering, of course a different logo, and some non-overlaps. This means a collector will still miss 1-51 while the fellow who only wants the images will miss out on AMS 21,32,35,39,40 and 43-51 while gaining pty sets 1,6-11,17,18,20,22,26,31 which haven't been rebranded by AMS (Info based on matching of publicly available thumbnails, so possibly I missed a match or two). Also, sets 55 and 24 in your collection would be mostly the same images except for the logo.
- 181 here is identical to 191. 181 was never shared AFAIK, only 191 under both labels.
- AMS stopped updating her site april 2012, so one is reasonably safe to assume 236 sets is the whole story. Thus I list 203-236 in my gap table.
- That said, noone has yet shared a better collection of her.