OK! Raise your hands! How many
of you have heard these words: "You collect pieces of cardboard??"
or "You paid how much for THAT???" How many of you spent months
looking for that one special card to complete your set?? (Boy, it's hard
to type with your hands in the air!) For such a small little thing, those
cards can be highly addictive little buggers!!! (For those of you with
your hands in the air, be sure and check out the section devoted to Clubs
and Social Activities.) This page is dedicated to Star Trek cards, old cards,
new cards and foreign cards. I will even push the definition as
wide as you will let me get away with to include cards that aren't made
of cardboard (though that doesn't stop others from rolling their eyes!!!!)
and some that aren't even shaped like cards. Too much?? Just say "when"!!!
Fleer Skybox was the only company
producing ST cards from 1991-2000. Decipher
created gaming cards for the ST card line from 1994-2007. Cyberaction
an ongoing series of digital trading cards. Foreign
cards from Canada, Germany, Australia and many other countries that
have put out ST cards. ST cards in non-ST sets.
Some are Trek-related with Trek images. Some are of the actors in different
roles. Action Figure cards and
Pogs-A daunting task! If you collect
cards, but don't collect toys, this is a maddening collectible area, but
fun nonetheless. Pogs-To borrow (steal??) a
quote from my friend Sam, "Pogs, a card by any other name"
Checklists- printable checklists of different
categories. Still a work in progress. Stickers-ST
stickers, either as part of a card set or a set to themselves. Phone
Cards- Collect cards, make phone calls! Metallic
Impressions produced a line of metallic cards. Hamilton
Collectibles did porcelain cards...go figure! Scoreboard
produced a series of 23 karat gold ST cards. Danbury
Mint has released a US and a UK card set.
This is a place to check for new information on cards that has been
passed onto me. If you have found a unique card or heard some interesting
information, please e-mail me and I will happily post it!!
Older postings get moved into their appropriate section.
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2014 Wacky Packages Old School 5th Series. It has
several variations: tan (Ludlow) back, white back, die cut (punch out).
14 of 33.
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2015 GGP3 Galactic Groceries Trex Philly Non Sport
Show Card Promo Trix Star Trek spoof.
Several years ago, two convention cards from Italy,
Sean Kenney and Bobby Clark were discovered, well within the last years,
several more have been selling on ebay. Same type of card but the colors
of the back varies. (not sure if each actors has the same colored back
Columbia House membership card from 1997.
w.t.? Telecom 1997 phone cards. Oddly (or
intentionally?), the 3rd letter on the name has a grey marking obscuring
the letter on each of the cards. There is no copyright information.
2015 Ships of the lIne playing cards in a deck sized
box by Aquarius and the
2015 TNG Aquarius Playing card. Comes in a small
deck sized box.
Oversized (4 1/8 x 7 1/4) blank backed Star Wars Celebration Anaheim
VII Del Rey Books Star Trek Card by Joe Carroney. Two different cards.
Australin promo card from CTC (Sundance
Productions). Thin card stock. Released in 2013. Measures 4 x 4.
2014 Aquarius Star Trek Playing Cards. Comes in
small deck sized box.
Wizkid's Trek Expeditions Tribble promo card
released in 2011 at SPIEL'11. 3 x 4 1/4.
Itunes Trek Gift card from Target 2007.
Phonecard, unknwon information on company W.T.(can't read) Telecom.
LIkely foreign, no liscense information.
2015 Topps Flashback card NF-3 Star Trek card
An error card from the Topps 79 UK card set, #72. As you can see, there is
one with and without the copyright. (Thanks, Jeremy!)
Sept 1999 Voyager CTH Press Release
Nov 1999 Voyager CTH Press Release
So MBNA did a series of Star Trek credit cards. I ahd heard a few years
ago, that there was a BOA version. Not sure how many images. (Thanks, Dad!)
Another of the Les Fiches de Monsieur cards
Star Trek Attack Wing cards found in the Starter packs and expansion
sets. It's a game played with ships and cards. Cards are lower quality then
standard trading cards and feature various characters and ships. The Khan card is a promo card given out at GenCon.
The redshirts is part of the Domion War OP Month Kit
Small (1 1/2 by 2 /13) label,sticker/peel off, not really sure item with
foreign (Jewish or Yiddish on back). (Thanks, Eric!)
Anyone know how these cards were released? HWOF cards in special holders
with embossed signatures.
Set of cards possibly from videos in the UK.
Blank (grey backed) uncut sheet of 4 TNG cards with no copyright
information. Possibly from the '90's.
Series of oversized (4x6), blank backed cards that came in a sealed black
envelope, copyright 2000. Likely a UK video set, follows their pattern.
Cards are 4 1/2 by 6 and are blank on back except the the artist name
and date of 1992.
Lot of pogs, but no information on if they are offical or fan-made. No
identifying marks. (Thanks, Jeff)
This is a lot of 3 oddball *cards* I won off Ebay (Thanks, Mike). They
are standard card sized on sort of a vinyl (?) stock. The DS9 cards have
the same front and back, the other TNG card has a TOS back.
Here is an odd one..this is normal card sized, on thick cardboard stock,
blank on back, no identifying marks. **One roving reporter (Thanks, WLS)
reports that this is IDENTICAL to the top of a Voyager Profiles box and
wonders if someone cut them down to make *cards*
Anyone recognize these cards? Some non-Trek cards appear to also be a
part of this set.
What IS the $100 FC promo card Collect mentions? After the release of
the card set, First Contact reported that there was a promo card for First
Contact that sounded alot like the Phase III common single that promotes
the movie, card #291. Collect never produced any information on the card
beyond guiding it with a value of $100 and stating it had been told to
them by two different dealers.