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STAR TREK: The Remastered Original Series

The Quotable StarTrek Remastered Original Series  

Rittenhouse Archives presents STAR TREK: The Remastered Original Series Trading Cards, featuring an incredible collection of double and single autograph cards, as well as all-new CGI images created for the remastered Original Series DVDs! Each box will contain 1 Single and 1 Double Autograph Card. The classic autograph design includes 9 new signers - Maggie Thrett, Sheila Leighton, Robert Sampson, Judith McConnell, Carole Shelyne, Sharon Glass, Jerry Ayres, Max Kleven & Tom LeGarde, raising the number of cards in this style to nearly 250! Bonus cards for this series include: 18 Tribute Cards (1:6); 9 Star Trek Creatures (1:12); 9 "Elaan of Troyius" Revised Episode Cards (1:24); 10 Star Trek Ships In Motion Lenticular Cards (1:24 except for L10 which is a case-topper only); and 81 parallel base cards (1:4). This final bonus was a surprise and unannounced inclusion. These are embellished with a gold STAR TREK title on the front with a matt finish to the main image. The regular base set has a silver embossed title and a gloss finish. The backs are identical.

I opened three cases of cards and found at the bottom of a box from one case the 3-case incentive card and from another case the 6-case incentive! To date, after opening around 75 cases from Rittenhouse Archives I have not found a single Archive Box :(

Manufacturer Date of release Production run Packs per box Card per pack Card size
Rittenhouse Archives 26 January 2011 6,000 boxes 24 5 2½" x 3½"
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Base Set

1 1 The Cage
Captain Pike leads the Enterprise to Talos IV in search of survivors of a crashed ship, but the distress call is merely an illusion created by the Talosians, who want to breed a new race of humans to inhabit their dying planet.
28 28 The City on the Edge of Forever
A deranged McCoy jumps through the Guardian of Forever and unknowingly alters history. Kirk and Spock must find McCoy and restore history, but their mission comes at a steep price: ensuring Edith Keeler's death.
55 55 Assignment: Earth
The Enterprise travels back to 1968 Earth, where the crew encounters the mysterious Gary Seven. A secret agent sent by benevolent aliens to prevent a third world war on Earth, Seven must convince Captain Kirk of his intentions.
2 2 Where No Man Has Gone Before
After the Enterprise crosses through an energy barrier at the edge of the Galaxy, Lt. Gary Mitchell and Dr. Elizabeth Dehner gain super-human powers that threaten the survival of the rest of the ships crew.
29 29 Operation—Annihilate!
After amoeba-like parasites attack Deneva and kill Kirk's brother Sam, the Enterprise crew must find a way to annihilate the creatures.
After being attacked, Spock serves as a test subject and suffers temporary blindness en route to a cure.
56 56 Spectre of the Gun
The Enterprise is sent to make peaceful contact with the Melkotians, but Kirk and his landing party soon find themselves trapped within a surreal re-enactment of the showdown at the O.K. Corral.
3 3 The Corbomite Maneuver
In an uncharted part of space, an alien ship's commander threatens destruction of the Enterprise. Captain Kirk calls the alien's bluff with a bluff of his own, threatening to destroy the alien with use of a fictitious substance, Corbomite.
30 30

The Enterprise and its crew encounter a sorcerer named Korob and a witch named Sylvia. Korob's transmuter holds the secret to their powers, and when Captain Kirk destroys it, the
aliens perish.

57 57 Elaan of Troyius
While transporting the petulant Elaan, the Dohlman of Elas, to Troyius, the Enterprise comes under attack by the Klingons. It's all part of an elaborate plot engineered by her bodyguard Kryton, who nearly succeeds in destroying the ship.
4 4 Mudd's Women
After rescuing Harry Mudd (alias Leo Walsh) and his cargo of three beautiful women, the Enterprise desperately needs new dilithium crystals. Procuring the crucial crystals becomes complicated by the presence of the women.
31 31 Metamorphosis
Kirk, Spock, McCoy and an ailing Nancy Hedford meet Zefram Cochrane, discoverer of warp drive. Cochrane has been kept alive by a mysterious cloud creature, who offers Hedford her only chance of survival, too.
58 58 The Paradise Syndrome
Stranded on a strange planet and with no memory of his real life, Captain Kirk joins a tribe of indigenous people and begins a new life as its medicine chief. Meanwhile, the Enterprise returns, saves the planet from imminent destruction, and rescues Kirk.
5 5 The Enemy Within
A transporter malfunction creates two very different Captain Kirks. Scotty must fix the transporter in order to restore Kirk to his normal self, and to save several crew members, including Sulu, from freezing on the planet below.
32 32 Friday's Child
Kirk, Spock and McCoy attempt to negotiate a treaty with the inhabitants of Capella IV, but the Klingons get there first. McCoy helps to save the life of Eleen, who soon gives birth to the planet's new leader.
59 59 The Enterprise Incident
Kirk and Spock perpetrate an elaborate ruse against the Romulans, with Spock pretending to kill an insane Kirk with the fictitious Vulcan "death grip." The ruse enables Kirk to steal the Romulans' cloaking device.
6 6 The Man Trap
The Enterprise brings supplies to Robert and Nancy Crater on planet M-113, but soon crew members turn up dead. The culprit is a salt-sucking, shape-shifting creature, the last of its kind, who poses as Nancy.
33 33 Who Mourns for Adonais?
The Enterprise and its crew encounter the god Apollo, who quickly falls in love with Lt. Palamas. As Palamas distracts Apollo, the Enterprise destroys his temple, the source of his power.
60 60 And the Children Shall Lead
Kirk, Spock and McCoy discover a team of scientists has committed suicide, but their children remain strangely unaffected. The evil Gorgon is responsible, as he manipulates the children. Kirk reveals the true nature of the alien and defeats him.
7 7 The Naked Time
A highly contagious disease spreads throughout the Enterprise, causing crew members to behave irrationally and irresponsibly. Kirk and Spock must fight the effects of the disease, and with Scotty's help, save the ship from total destruction.
34 34 Amok Time
Spock must return to his home planet, Vulcan, to mate with T'Pring, his wife, T'Pring unexpectedly chooses Kirk as her champion, and he must fight Spock to the death. McCoy injects Kirk with a tri-ox compound that simulates his death.
61 61 Spock's Brain
An alien woman beams aboard the Enterprise and mysteriously steals Spock's brain. Kirk and crew find Spock's brain on a distant planet, and McCoy uses an advanced alien technology to restore the brain to Spock's body.
8 8 Charlie X
After spending 14 years alone on the planet Thasus, Charlie Evans is brought aboard the Enterprise. He soon finds it difficult to adapt to living again with humans. and his hidden powers soon threaten the ship and the entire crew.
35 35 The Doomsday Machine
A gigantic alien weapon cripples the starship Constellation and leaves all of its crew dead, except for Commodore Decker. Kirk and the Enterprise crew, along with Decker, stop the doomsday machine, but not before Decker sacrifices himself.
62 62 Is There In Truth No Beauty?
The Enterprise and crew find themselves in an unknown void at the edge of the Galaxy, and Kolos, the non-corporeal Medusan ambassador, helps them back. The ambassador mentally links with Spock, who nearly goes insane during the process.
9 9 Balance of Terror
While the Enterprise patrols the Neutral Zone, a Federation outpost is destroyed by a Romulan ship capable of cloaking itself.
Captain Kirk tracks and disables the Romulan ship, but surrender is not an option. The Romulans destroy themselves.
36 36 Wolf in the Fold
While taking shore leave on Argelius II, Scotty is accused of murdering a dancer and then the wife of Prefect Jaris. But the real murderer is Redjac, aka Jack the Ripper, who can take control of any person or even the ship's computer.
63 63 The Empath
A seemingly routine mission takes an unexpected turn when Kirk, Spock and McCoy find themselves, along with an empath named Gem, part of a lethal series of experiments conducted by the alien Vians.
10 10 What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Dr. Roger Korby, Nurse Chapel's long-lost fiance, is found alive on planet Exo Ill, or so it seems. Captain Kirk soon discovers Korby living among androids and later finds out that the real Korby is dead. This Korby is an android, too.
37 37 The Changeling
After beaming aboard the space probe Nomad, whose mission is now to annihilate all imperfect life forms, Captain Kirk must find a way to destroy the probe before it wipes out the Enterprise and its crew.
64 64 The Tholian Web
The Enterprise discovers the Defiant adrift in space and its crew dead. The ship then dissolves, and Kirk with it. Meanwhile, the Enterprise comes under attack by Tholians. Spock must find a way to retrieve his captain and escape the aliens.
11 11 Dagger of the Mind
The Enterprise delivers supplies to a penal colony on Tantalus V, where Captain Kirk soon discovers that Dr. Tristan Adams has developed a dangerous and deadly device, the neural neutralizer.
38 38 The Apple
The Enterprise and crew investigate strange phenomena on Gamma Trianguli VI, where an alien machine, Vaal, has been ruling over a primitive humanoid race. After Vaal is destroyed, the aliens are free to rule themselves.
65 65 For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
A giant, hollow asteroid houses the descendants of the Fabrini civilization, and the Enterprise crew must find a way to keep it from colliding with Daran V. Meanwhile, McCoy falls in love with the priestess Natira.
12 12 Miri
Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Rand beam down to an Earth-like planet where survivors of a life-prolongation experiment are dying when they reach puberty. The landing party soon becomes infected, and McCoy must find an antidote before they all die.
39 39 Mirror, Mirror
During an ion storm, Kirk, McCoy, Scotty and Uhura are beamed aboard a different kind of Enterprise in a savage mirror universe. The foursome must find a way back to their own universe before time runs out,
66 66 Day of the Dove
An unknown energy being pits the crew of the Enterprise against the crew of the Klingon ship led by Kang. When Kang ultimately realizes that the energy being is his true enemy, the fighting ends, and the energy being departs.
13 13 The Conscience of the King
While visiting planet Q, Captain Kirk believes that actor Anton Karidian is really Kodos The Executioner, who once murdered thousands, including part of Kirk's family. Meanwhile, Kirk begins to fall in love with Karidian's daughter.
40 40 The Deadly Years
Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scotty and Chekov are exposed to radiation that causes all but Chekov to age rapidly. While Commodore Stocker takes control of the Enterprise, Dr. Wallace finds a cure and returns the group to normal.
67 67 Plato's Stepchildren
Kirk, Spock and McCoy beam down to Platonius to provide medical assistance to Parmen, who uses his telekinetic powers in abusive ways against the landing party. Kirk soon learns the secret of Parmen's power, and defeats him at his own game.
14 14 The Galileo Seven
The Galileo Seven crash lands, and its crew must battle giant creatures to stay alive. After repairs are made and the shuttlecraft gains a temporary orbit, Spock takes a huge calculated risk.
41 41 I, Mudd
After the android Norman takes over the Enterprise, Captain Kirk finds none other than Harry Mudd at the center of another misguided plot. Kirk and Spock defeat and reprogram the androids, and then leave Mudd among them.
68 68 Wink of an Eye
The hyper-accelerated Scalosians take control of the Enterprise in an effort to use its crew as mates, since they cannot reproduce among themselves. Kirk and Spock become hyper-accelerated, and find a way to thwart the Scalosian plot.
15 15 Court-Martial
Captain Kirk is charged with the murder of Ben Finney, but it turns out to be a hoax perpetrated by Finney, who has become jealous of Kirk's success. Finney has reprogrammed the ship's computers in order to implicate Kirk.
42 42 The Trouble With Tribbles
Called to Space Station K-7 to protect a shipment of grain from the Klingons, Captain Kirk finds tribbles to be an even greater threat, as they eat through the grain, which has been poisoned by the Klingons.
69 69 That Which Survives
After Kirk and others beam down to a planet, a woman appears aboard their ship and kills some of the crew. The Enterprise is suddenly 1,000 light years away, and Spock and Scotty must find a way back to save the landing party.
16 16 The Menagerie, Parts I & II
Spock risks his career and his life in an effort to return his former captain, Christopher Pike, now disfigured and paralyzed, to Talos IV, where the Talosians power of illusion can reunite a youthful and healthy Pike with the beautiful Vina.
43 43 Bread and Circuses
In search of the missing S.S. Beagle, Kirk, Spock and McCoy discover that Merrick, the ship's captain, now lives on a planet which thrives on televised gladiator matches. Kirk, Spock and McCoy must fight their way to freedom.
70 70 Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
The Enterprise becomes a battleground between two seemingly identical aliens from the same planet. Both are half black/half white, but Bele is black on his right and Lokai on his left. The difference is enough for them to destroy each other.
17 17 Shore Leave
Captain Kirk arranges shore leave for the Enterprise crew, but the seemingly peaceful setting turns into a venue of nightmares and death. However, it's all part of synthesized entertainment for the planet's visitors. None of it is real.
44 44 Journey to Babel
Murder and mystery engulf the Enterprise, as it ferries numerous dignitaries, including Spock's parents, to an important interplanetary conference. Spocks father, Sarek, becomes deathly ill, and only Spock's Vulcan blood can save him.
71 71 Whom Gods Destroy
Kirk and Spock deliver medicine to a mental asylum, but their routine mission is upended by Garth, an insane inmate who plots to take control of the Enterprise. Despite posing as Kirk, Garth fails to get away with his diabolical scheme.
18 18 The Squire of Gothos
The Enterprise is trapped in orbit around an uncharted planet, where the crew is tormented by the powerful but childish Trelane. Two energy beings, Trelanes parents, soon show up and put a stop to the mayhem and madness.
45 45 A Private Little War
While visiting his friend Tyree, Captain Kirk is attacked by a poisonous Mugato. Tyree's wife Nona cures Kirk, but she also causes him to fall in love with her. Her endgame is securing modern weapons, but the plan backfires, and she is killed.
72 72 The Mark of Gideon
Captain Kirk beams down to Gideon, where he is tricked into believing he's still on the Enterprise, only this fake version of the ship is deserted, except for a beautiful young woman named Odona.
19 19 Arena
The Metrons lure Captain Kirk into a battle to the death with the reptilian Gorn commander, and the loser's ship will also be destroyed. Kirk prevails, but he refuses to finish off the Gorn. Impressed, the Metrons spare both vessels.
46 46 The Gamesters of Triskelion
Kirk, Uhura and Chekov find themselves on the planet Triskelion, where gladiators fight for the amusement of the Providers, three disembodied brains. Kirk makes a wager with the Providers, with his ship and crew at stake, and he prevails.
73 73 The Lights of Zetar
En route to Memory Alpha, the Enterprise encounters a strange energy that begins to affect various crew members, including Lt. Mira Romaine, The energy soon takes over Romaine's body, and Scotty, in love with her, risks his life to save hers.
20 20 The Alternative Factor
After a moment of "non-existence," Captain Kirk finds Lazarus, the man (or men) responsible. Lazarus and his anti-matter alter ego must be stopped from destroying both universes.
47 47 Obsession
As a lieutenant aboard the starship Farragut 11 years earlier, Kirk witnessed the deaths of half his shipmates by a mysterious cloud creature that absorbed its victims' red blood cells. Now, Kirk becomes obsessed with killing the creature.
74 74 The Cloud Minders
Kirk, Spock and McCoy find themselves in the middle of a battle between the inhabitants of a cloud city and miners on the planet's surface. After McCoy makes a key discovery, the two factions find a peaceful resolution to their differences.
21 21 Tomorrow is Yesterday
After traveling back to 20th century Earth, the Enterprise mistakenly disrupts the proper historical timeline when a U.S. Air Force plane is destroyed and its pilot is beamed on board. Kirk and crew must find a way to restore the timeline.
48 48 The Immunity Syndrome
A gigantic, amoeba-like creature destroys an entire solar system, and the Enterprise investigates. Kirk and Spock formulate a plan to destroy the creature by detonating an anti-matter charge into its nucleus.
75 75 The Way To Eden
A band of space hippies, led by former scientist Dr. Sevrin, are brought aboard the Enterprise. The young rebels soon hijack the Enterprise en route to the planet Eden, which proves to be anything but a paradise, and Sevrin dies from a poisonous fruit.
22 22 The Return of the Archons
While investigating the disappearance of the long-lost U.S.S. Archon, Captain Kirk and crew soon discover the inhabitants of planet Beta III are controlled by Landru, a computer. Kirk and Spock destroy Landru and restore freedom to the people.
49 49 A Piece of the Action
A hundred years after the U.S.S. Horizon visited Sigma lotia I, the Enterprise and crew arrive to find the planet's culture patterned after a book left behind by that last Federation ship: "Chicago Mobs of the Twenties"!
76 76 Requiem for Methuselah
On a medical mission, Kirk, Spock and McCoy meet Flint, aka da Vinci, Brahms and Methuselah, who is now more than 6,000 years old. Kirk falls in love with Flint's companion Rayna, an android, but the emotional tug-of war destrovs her.
23 23 A Taste of Armageddon
The Enterprise becomes entangled in a senseless, centuries-old war between Eminiar VII and Vendikar. The war is played out on computers but the casualties are real. Kirk and Spock stop the killing and help the two worlds establish peace.
50 50 By Any Other Name
A band of Kelvans assume human form and take over the Enterprise. After most of the ship's crew are transformed into chemical blocks, Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Scotty defeat the aliens by using their newfound human instincts against them.
77 77 The Savage Curtain
Along with Abe Lincoln and Surak, Kirk and Spock are drawn into a deadly battle against Kahless, Col. Green, Genghis Khan and Zora, purely for amusement of the rock-like Excalbians, who threaten to destroy the Enterprise if they refuse to fight.
24 24 Space Seed
The Enterprise comes across the sleeper ship S.S. Botany Bay, and awakens its crew, including Khan, a genetically-engineered super-human from the late 20th century. Khan tries, but ultimately fails, to take control of the Enterprise.
51 51 Return to Tomorrow
Sargon, Thalassa and Henoch are the last [of] an alien civilization. With permission, they temporarily use the bodies of Kirk, Spock and Dr. Muthall. Henoch soon formulates his own sinister plan, wanting to remain permanently in Spock's body.
78 78 All Our Yesterdays
Kirk, Spock and McCoy beam down to Sarpeidon, where they soon become trapped in the past. Meanwhile, the planet's sun is about to go nova, and the trio must return to the present, and eventually to the Enterprise, in order to survive.
25 25 This Side of Paradise
While visiting Omicron Ceti III, the crew of the Enterprise, including Spock, becomes affected by spores that cause happiness, laziness and irresponsibility. Captain Kirk fights the effects of the spores, and saves the enterprise and its crew.
52 52 Patterns of Force
The Enterprise arrives at the planet Ekos, where Federation observer John Gill has inadvertently helped create a Nazi state. Kirk and Spock assist the underground movement, and help overthrow Melakon, mastermind of the Nazi empire.
79 79 Turnabout Intruder
Dr. Janice Lester uses an alien devise [sic] that enables her to switch bodies with Captain Kirk and assume command of the Enterprise. Spock uses the Vulcan mind meld to uncover Lester's plot and help reverse the body-mind exchange.
26 26 The Devil in the Dark
The Enterprise crew investigates the murders of miners on Janus VI. Kirk and Spock soon discover that the miners have unknowingly been destroying eggs of the Horta, an intelligent, silicon-based life form that moves easily through solid rock.
53 53 The Ultimate Computer
Dr. Richard Daystrom's M-5 computer, designed to reduce starship crews and eliminate starship captains, is tested by the Enterprise during Federation war games. The test fails when the M-5 responds with deadly force.
80 80 Checklist 1
27 27 Errand of Mercy
The Enterprise is sent to Organia, but the Klingons arrive and try to take control of the planet. As the rivaling factions prepare for war, the native Organians reveal themselves as all-powerful energy beings who neutralize the visitors weapons.
54 54 The Omega Glory
Kirk, Spock and McCoy discover that starship Exeter captain Ronald Tracey now lives on Omega IV among its primitive factions, the Yangs and Kohms. Tracey has violated the Prime Directive, and Kirk must undo the damage done by Tracey.
81 81 Checklist 2

Chase Cards

Parallel Base Set (1:4 packs) - Matt finish and gold STAR TREK title

1  Parallel 1 The Cage 28  Parallel 28 The City on the Edge of Forever 55  Parallel 55 Assignment: Earth
2  Parallel 2 Where No Man Has Gone Before 29  Parallel 29 Operation—Annihilate! 56  Parallel 56 Spectre of the Gun
3  Parallel 3 The Corbomite Maneuver 30  Parallel 30 Catspaw 57  Parallel 57 Elaan of Troyius
4  Parallel 4 Mudd's Women 31  Parallel 31 Metamorphosis 58  Parallel 58 The Paradise Syndrome
5  Parallel 5 The Enemy Within 32  Parallel 32 Friday's Child 59  Parallel 59 The Enterprise Incident
6  Parallel 6 The Man Trap 33  Parallel 33 Who Mourns for Adonais? 60  Parallel 60 And the Children Shall Lead
7  Parallel 7 The Naked Time 34  Parallel 34 Amok Time 61  Parallel 61 Spock's Brain
8  Parallel 8 Charlie X 35  Parallel 35 The Doomsday Machine 62  Parallel 62 Is There In Truth No Beauty?
9  Parallel 9 Balance of Terror 36  Parallel 36 Wolf in the Fold 63  Parallel 63 The Empath
10  Parallel 10 What Are Little Girls Made Of? 37  Parallel 37 The Changeling 64  Parallel 64 The Tholian Web
11  Parallel 11 Dagger of the Mind 38  Parallel 38 The Apple 65  Parallel 65 For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
12  Parallel 12 Miri 39  Parallel 39 Mirror, Mirror 66  Parallel 66 Day of the Dove
13  Parallel 13 The Conscience of the King 40  Parallel 40 The Deadly Years 67  Parallel 67 Plato's Stepchildren
14  Parallel 14 The Galileo Seven 41  Parallel 41 I, Mudd 68  Parallel 68 Wink of an Eye
15  Parallel 15 Court-Martial 42  Parallel 42 The Trouble With Tribbles 69  Parallel 69 That Which Survives
16  Parallel 16 The Menagerie, Parts I & II 43  Parallel 43 Bread and Circuses 70  Parallel 70 Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
17  Parallel 17 Shore Leave 44  Parallel 44 Journey to Babel 71  Parallel 71 Whom Gods Destroy
18  Parallel 18 The Squire of Gothos 45  Parallel 45 A Private Little War 72  Parallel 72 The Mark of Gideon
19  Parallel 19 Arena 46  Parallel 46 The Gamesters of Triskelion 73  Parallel 73 The Lights of Zetar
20  Parallel 20 The Alternative Factor 47  Parallel 47 Obsession 74  Parallel 74 The Cloud Minders
21  Parallel 21 Tomorrow is Yesterday 48  Parallel 48 The Immunity Syndrome 75  Parallel 75 The Way To Eden
22  Parallel 22 The Return of the Archons 49  Parallel 49 A Piece of the Action 76  Parallel 76 Requiem for Methuselah
23  Parallel 23 A Taste of Armageddon 50  Parallel 50 By Any Other Name 77  Parallel 77 The Savage Curtain
24  Parallel 24 Space Seed 51  Parallel 51 Return to Tomorrow 78  Parallel 78 All Our Yesterdays
25  Parallel 25 This Side of Paradise 52  Parallel 52 Patterns of Force 79  Parallel 79 Turnabout Intruder
26  Parallel 26 The Devil in the Dark 53  Parallel 53 The Ultimate Computer 80  Parallel 80 Checklist 1
27  Parallel 27 Errand of Mercy 54  Parallel 54 The Omega Glory 81  Parallel 81 Checklist 2

Star Trek Tributes (1:6 packs)

T19 T19 Theo Marcuse
as Korob
in "Catspaw"
b. 2nd August 1920
d. 29th November 1967
T25 T25 Stanley Adams
as Cyrano Jones
in "The Trouble with Tribbles"
b. 7th April 1915
d. 27th April 1977
T31 T31 Angelique Pettyjohn
as Shahna
in "The Gamesters of Triskelion"
b. 11th March 1943
d. 14th February 1992
T20 T20 Glenn Corbett
as Zefram Cochrane
in "Metamorphosis"
b. 17th August 1933
d. 16th January 1993
T26 T26 Whit Bissell
as Mr. Lurry
in "The Trouble with Tribbles"
b. 25th October 1909
d. 5th March 1996
T32 T32 Richard Tatro
as Norman
in "I, Mudd"
b. 1st July 1939
d. 26th July 1991
T21 T21 Celia Lovsky
as T' Pau
in "Amok Time"
b. 21st February 1897
d. 12th October 1979
T27 T27 Logan Ramsey
as Claudius Marcus
in "Bread and Circuses"
b. 21st March 1921
d. 26th June 2000
T33 T33 Kay Elliot
as Stella Mudd
in "I, Mudd"
b. 14th May 1929
d. 3rd December 1982
T22 T22 Pilar Seurat
as Sybo
in "Wolf in the Fold"
b. 25th July 1938
d. 2nd June 2001
T28 T28 Mark Lenard
as Sarek
in "Journey to Babel"
b. 15th October 1924
d. 22nd November 1996
T34 T34 Victor Tayback
as Jojo Krako
in "A Piece of the Action"
b. 6th January 1930
d. 25th May 1990
T23 T23 Vic Perrin
as Tharn
in "Mirror, Mirror"
b. 26th April 1916
d. 4th July 1989
T29 T29 Jane Wyatt
as Amanda
in "Journey to Babel"
b. 12th August 1910
d. 20th October 2006
T35 T35 David Brian
as John Gill
in "Patters of Force"
b. 5th August 1914
d. 15th July 1993
T24 T24 Charles Drake
as Commodore Stocker
in "The Deadly Years"
b. 2nd October 1917
d. 10th September 1994
T30 T30 Michael Witney
as Tyree
in "A Private Little War"
b. 21st November 1931
d. 30th November 1983
T36 T36 Robert Lansing
as Gary Seven
in "Assignment: Earth"
b. 5th June 1928
d. 23rd October 1994

Rewards card not inserted in packs

T37 T37 William Campbell
as Trelane
in "The Squire of Gothos"
b. 30th October 1923
d. 28 April 2011

Star Trek Creatures (1:12 packs)

C1 C1 Anthropoid Ape
from "The Cage"
C4 C4 Ruk
from "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"
C7 C7 The Horta
from "The Devil in the Dark"
C2 C2 Balok's Puppet
from "The Corbomite Maneuver"
C5 C5 Taurus II Anthropoid
from "The Galileo Seven"
C8 C8 The Mugato
from "A Private Little War"
C3 C3 M-113 Creature
from "The Man Trap"
C6 C6 The Gorn
from "Arena"
C9 C9 Yarnek
from "The Savage Curtain"

"Elaan of Troyius" Revised Episode Cards (1:24 packs)

EOT1 Episode C113
EOT4 Character Log
Captain Kirk
EOT7 Behind the Scenes
Bob Justman
EOT2 Episode C114
EOT5 Character Log
Dr. McCoy
EOT8 Behind the Scenes
Charles Washburn
EOT3 Episode P57
EOT6 Profiles
EOT9 Gold Plaque Card

Star Trek Ships in Motion Lenticular Cards(1:24 packs)

RL1 RL1 U.S.S. Enterprise
RL4 RL4 U.S.S. Enterprise
The Corbomite Maneuver
RL7 RL7 U.S.S. Enterprise
RL2 RL2 Shuttlecraft Galileo
The Galileo Seven
RL5 RL5 U.S.S. Enterprise
All Our Yesterdays
RL8 RL8 U.S.S. Enterprise
RL3 RL3 U.S.S. Enterprise
RL6 RL6 U.S.S. Enterprise
RL9 RL9 Galileo Seven Shuttlecraft
The Tholian Web

Single Autograph Cards (1:12 packs)
GOLD = 200-300 signed, RED = 300-500 signed, BLUE = over 500 signed

A200 A200 Leonard Nimoy Leonard Nimoy
as Spock
in "Where No Man Has Gone Before"

6 Case Incentive (not inserted in packs)
A240 A240 Robert Sampson Robert Sampson
as Sar 6
in "A Taste of Armageddon"
A246 A246 Jerry Ayres Jerry Ayres
as Ensign Rizzo
in "Obsession"
A202 A202 Maggie Thrett Maggie Thrett
as Ruth Bonaventure
in "Mudd's Women"
A243 A243 Judith McConnell Judith McConnell
as Yeoman Tankris
in "Wolf in the Fold"
A247 A247 Max Kleven Max Kleven
as Achilles
in "Bread and Circuses"
A214 A214 John Winston John Winston
as Lt. Kyle
in "The Immunity Syndrome"
A244 A244 Carol Shelyne Carol Shelyne
as Metron
in "Arena"
A248 A248 Nichelle Nichols Nichelle Nichols
as Mirror Universe Uhura
in "Mirror, Mirror"

3 Case Incentive (not inserted in packs)
A230 A230 George Takei George Takei
as Sulu
in "The Naked Time"
A245 A245 Seamon Glass Seamon Glass
as Benton
in "Mudd's Women"
A252 A252 Tom LeGarde Tom LeGarde
as Herman Series Android
in "I, Mudd"
A239 A239 Sheila Leighton Sheila Leighton
as Luma
in "Spock's Brain"

The following cards were originally planned for this release but were subsequently postponed until a later release

A236   Victor Brandt
as Watson
in "Elaan of Troyius"
A242   Arlene Martel
as T' Pring
in "Amok Time"

Double Autograph Cards (1:12 packs)
GOLD = 200-300 signed, RED = 300-500 signed, BLUE = over 500 signed

DA1 DA1 William Shatner & BarBara Luna William Shatner & BarBara Luna
as Captain Kirk & Lt. Marlena Moreau
in "Mirror, Mirror"
DA10 DA10 Sandra Smith & Harry Landers Sandra Smith & Harry Landers
as Janice Lester & Dr. Coleman
in "Turnabout Intruder"
DA16 DA16 William Schallert & Charlie Brill William Schallert & Charlie Brill
as Nils Barris & Arne Darvin
in "The Trouble With Tribbles"
DA2 DA2 Craig Huxley & Pamela Ferdyn Craig Huxley & Pamela Ferdyn
as Tommy Starnes & Mary Janowski
in "And the Children Shall Lead"
DA11 DA11 Richard Evans & William Wintersole Richard Evans & William Wintersole
as Isak & Abrom
in "Patterns of Force"
DA17 DA17 Joanne Linville & Jack Donner Joanne Linville & Jack Donner
as Romulan Commander & Subcommander Tal
in "The Enterprise Incident"
DA3 DA3 William Campbell & Michael Pataki William Campbell & Michael Pataki
as Koloth & Korax
in "The Trouble With Tribbles"
DA12 DA12 Staphen Mines & Barbara Baldavin Staphen Mines & Barbara Baldavin
as Lt. Tomlinson & Ensign Martine
in "Balance of Terror"
DA18 DA18 Mark Robert Brown & Pamelyn Ferdin Mark Robert Brown & Pamelyn Ferdin
as Don & Mary
in "And the Children Shall Lead"
DA6 DA6 Leonard Nimoy & Majel Barrett Leonard Nimoy & Majel Barrett
as Spock & Nurse Chapel
in "Amok Time"
DA13 DA13 George Takei & Walter Koenig George Takei & Walter Koenig
as Lt. Sulu & Ensign Chekov
in "Turnabout Intruder"
DA19 DA19 Brian Tochi & Melvin Caesar Belli Brian Tochi & Melvin Caesar Belli
as Ray & Steve
in "And the Children Shall Lead"
DA9 DA9 Malachi Throne & Sean Kenney Malachi Throne & Sean Kenney
as Commodore Mendez & Captain Pike
in "The Menagerie"
DA15 DA15 Gary Lockwood & Andrea Dromm Andrea Dromm & Gary Lockwood
as Yeoman Smith & Gary Mitchell
in "Where No Man Has Gone Before"
DA23 DA23 Warren Stevens & Stewart Moss Warren Stevens & Stewart Moss
as Rojan & Hanar
in "By Any Other Name"

The following cards were originally planned for this release but were subsequently postponed until a later release

DA5   Leslie Shatner & Lisabeth Shatner
as Onlie Girls
in "Miri"
DA22   Bruce Hyde & Stewart Moss
as Lt. Kevin Riley & Joe Tormolen
in "The Naked Time"

Case Topper

Rewards Card
RL10 RL10 Doomsday Machine RL11 RL11 Doomsday Machine      

Multi-Case Incentive Autograph Cards
Some of these incentive cards were randomly inserted at the bottom of the boxes

A248 A248 Nichelle Nichols 3 Case Incentive
Nichelle Nichols
as Mirror Universe Uhura
in "Mirror, Mirror"

At least one of these was unsigned before being sealed in a card holder
A200 A200 Leonard Nimoy 6 Case Incentive
Leonard Nimoy
as Spock
in "Where No Man Has Gone Before"

Card Album

- Star Trek TOS Remastered Binder            

Archive Boxes (master set of all cards found in packs??)

-   Marked on outside
-   Not marked on outside

Promotional Items

P1 Promo P1 U.S.S. Enterprise

General distribution
P2 Promo P2 Shuttlecraft
The Galielo Seven

Non Sport Update Magazine (Vol. 21 No. 6)
P3 Promo P3 Shuttlecraft Exiting Shuttlebay

Binder exclusive
P4 Promo P4 U.S.S. Constellation & The Doomsday Machine
The Doomsday Machine

Fall 2010 Philly Non-Sport Show Exclusive
- Sell Sheet Sell sheet
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