Can you ID these parts?

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Can you ID these parts? I'm sure that some of these parts are Playmobil, but I have no idea what they're for or from. (click the thumbnail to see a larger version):
(note: Item 13 is metal)
Please let me know if you know their part numbers or what sets they're from.
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If you have any Playmobil parts you need ID'd, maybe post a picture in this thread?
 
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Item 7 looks like the balustrade from the top of the stairs of the western rail depot.
Have you looked on playmodb.org?
 
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I'll post them on a Playmobil site later today.

A photo of them from a different angle would also be useful.
 
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I'll post them on a Playmobil site later today.

A photo of them from a different angle would also be useful.
Also perhaps with a ruler to get some conceot of size.
4 looks like a Pneumatic buffer in 4mm scale but this could be way off the mark.
14 looks like a white metal wheel fom a kit?
 
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Item 1 looks a little like a childproof mains outlet 'cover'?
Item(s) 16 look like the plastic inserts for plastic drawer profile? - Would be screwed to the drawer front, and clip into the plastic drawer sides..
Item 22 looks like a plastic 'finial' for a pull-cord light switch?
 
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Thanks for the help, here is another view, click to enlarge:

Though similar, #7 is not the same as this part from the western depot: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showpart.pl?partnum=30 05 2540

12 has the number: 3207650 or 3207850(it's very small and hard to tell the difference), it takes a red system x connector in the rectangular hole on the bottom

13 has the number: 3089260 and is made of metal
16 has the number: 7100910 1
18 has the number: 3181980 2
17 has the number: 3
19 has the number: 1
14 is concave on the edge similar to a pulley
I think 22 could very well be a lamp shade, but I can't find this particular one on playmodb.org

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Also perhaps with a ruler to get some conceot of size.
Sorry I forgot the ruler, but you can use the red system-X connector as a reference point.
13 is the only metal part.
 
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Thanks for the extra photos which I will pass on. A good number of answers have come in already which I will post later tonight if possible (we have friends round for the evening).
 
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Thanks for the extra photos which I will pass on. A good number of answers have come in already which I will post later tonight if possible (we have friends round for the evening).
I know where you are asking. I don't have access to use that site, but saw the responses.

01 has been identified as this: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showpart.pl?partnum=30-22-1170
07 has been identified as non-pm sylvanian here: http://rsc2.saatscommerce.com/img52709d525b01f_l.jpg
10 does seem like a black version of this: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showpart.pl?partnum=30-60-4370
16 has been identified as this: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showpart.pl?partnum=30-20-0360
20 does seem like this: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showpart.pl?partnum=30-25-9510
24 is the top of a gas pump here: http://playmodb.org/setpics/3/3434.jpg

I appreciate all the help on those. Thanks

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24 is a pump top from the Esso filling station.

11 is probably from a pony farm.

Both thanks to Oliver on Playmofriends.
 
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Apparently 10 is from this variant of set 3434: https://www.etsy.com/listing/557117696/vintage-playmobil-esso-service-gas .
playmodb.org does not recognize the existence of this part in black: http://playmodb.org/cgi-bin/showpart.pl?partnum=30-60-4370 yet that etsy link seems to show all of the parts from that sprue in black.

Also, the 3 instances I found on ebay of set 3434 all had those parts in black. But one other instance on etsy had the parts in grey.

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Heather who runs playmoDB works from information taken from Playmobil plans by and large and so if she hasn't come across a plan with this item in black, she won't know about it.

Her site is quite unofficial, but it's no secret that Playmobil staff refer to it to find out information on parts and sets.
 
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If anybody could ID a PM train part, I would expect it to be Walter. I had no idea what it was. I don't really have a use for it at the moment, but it's nice to finally know what it is. Thanks!

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12 is the bottom section of a pantograph that fits on the top of the RCE coaches or the red loco
Wow so it is and here is the full Pan, would never have seen that as being the part so out of context. 2 more parts may now become apparent if you get any more in a job lot.
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11 could be lego railling
14 a wheel from "Connex" construction toy
 
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Wow so it is and here is the full Pan, would never have seen that as being the part so out of context. 2 more parts may now become apparent if you get any more in a job lot.
Thanks for posting that picture. It turns out I have the other piece as well, only it's broken. So I thought it was part of a wheelbarrow, that is until I saw your picture:


And thanks for the suggestions Fezwig.
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