Set Registry: 1977-1984 U.S. Star Wars Cards by Paul Holstein

Back in 1977, I was only 10 years old. I can still vividly remember going to see "Star Wars" with my father. It was the most amazing experience of my life, inspiring an awe that can never be recreated or forgotten. For years after that, and through the later releases of "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi", I saved my nickels and dimes to buy pack after pack of Topps trading cards that could be found at the local dime store. Unfortunately, the cards were eventually forgotten and then thrown away.

Trix cereal box,
showing ad for
ADPAC stickers inside

Back then, and even when I started collecting the cards again as an adult, I had no idea how many Star Wars related sets had been printed. Regardless, I have set a goal to collect them all. Although there are undoubtedly going to be more sets discovered, the currently known sets were printed in Argentina, Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom and United States.


Every set from every country has its own nuances, and many are vastly different from what I had available as a kid. Some of them are incredibly rare, and others are fairly common. Some are expensive and sought after, and others are so obscure that it's hard to tell what they are worth. They all mesmerize me to this day and there isn't a single set that doesn't deserve to be preserved by collectors for future generations to enjoy. The following is an overview of the U.S. sets.

Part One: Star Wars (1977 – 1979)

Cereal premium sets are one of the hardest types of sets to complete in good condition, for many reasons. One of the biggest obstacles is that unopened product is usually non-existent and all sets/singles must be obtained from collectors that have previously handled them. This first set of 16 stickers falls into that category. These stickers were printed by the company ADPAC for General Mills. There are 4 subsets of 4 stickers, each with a different color background (green, orange, yellow, purple) that varied by the brand of cereal that was purchased. The stickers could be found in various sized boxes of Boo Berry, Count Chocula, Frankenberry, Trix, Cocoa Puffs and Lucky Charms.

sticker sticker 
ADPAC sticker,
Chewbacca and

One interesting fact is that the original uncut sheets contained 25 stickers, all from one subset of 4. This meant that there was not an equal number of each sticker on the sheets, so some of the stickers were printed in larger quantities than others. Also, since the subsets were distributed in specific brands of cereal, the subsets that were in the more popular cereals are more common than those in the less popular cereals.

Boo Berry sticker
Boo-Berry cereal box,
showing ad for General
Mills cards inside
General Mills
sticker, R2-D2

During the printing process some sheets of these stickers were removed after the background and photos were printed, but before the text was printed. Although rare, you may occasionally be able to find "test" versions of these stickers missing the captions.

card game
Burger Chef Darth Vader
Card Game, Main Panel

A very similar set of stickers was also manufactured by General Mills. This is a set of 18, made up of 3 subsets of 6 stickers varying by text color (red, blue, yellow) with the subsets also distributed in different types of cereal. For this set, there was a mail-in offer for a plastic folder and factory set (the folder had plastic pages for 16 of the cards and the last two would have been placed into pockets in the folder itself). The factory sets are common enough today that the cards are generally not collected individually, and hence none are considered to be more scarce than others. These are also commonly found in NM/MT condition, as many of the factory sets were untouched in their holders. The cards could be found in various sized boxes of Boo Berry, Count Chocula, Frankenberry, Chocolate and Strawberry Crazy Cow, and Cocoa Puffs.

Card #15, PSA 10
card  shelf talker
Card #7, PSA 10 Shelf Talker

Collectors may come across a set of small cards with perforations around the edges that were produced in 1977 and, if separated into singles, are not easily identified. A fast-food restaurant called Burger Chef (now out of business) issued a set of cards on their cardboard meal trays that actually made up a children's game (Darth Vader Card Game). Each tray would have contained 23 total cards, 2 each of 11different characters and 1 of Darth Vader. The cards would be punched out and shuffled, then dealt 5 to a player. Each player would then set down pairs, drawing from the deck and then from the other player's hand, until all possible pairs had been exhausted. The player left holding the Darth Vader card was the loser.

box wrapper 
Unused 36 count box Foil wrapper

Another food premium set done for Star Wars, and rumored to be the first ever Star Wars set on the market, is the 16-card set made as a promotion for Wonder Bread. These cards have black borders and are extremely condition sensitive. High grade examples are rare, partially because there are no "unopened packs" of these. In addition to the cards themselves, several promotional items that would have advertised the cards in grocery stores can also be found to display with the cards.

 wrapper   wrapper 
Wrapper #1,
factory mint no
tear or folds
Wrapper #1,
used with factory
tear and folds

One of the more interesting sets is the Sugar Free Gum wrapper set. George Lucas wanted to make something available without the sugar found in the gum sold with the Topps cards, and this was the answer. The gum was sold as single sticks, 20 cents each, in 36 count boxes. The boxes were foil wrapped, with a great C-3PO design on the foil. The original foil wrappers are tough to find in nice condition, as they tore very easily when the boxes were opened – and were frequently discarded.

card wax box
Card #5, PSA 9 Series one wax box

The complete Sugar Free Gum set is 56 wrappers, made up of 7 subsets of 8 wrappers each. Each box would contain 36 wrappers from the same subset, so collating a complete set of 56 would require a minimum of 7 boxes. The wrappers had 4 different fronts, although the 56 different backs were actually collected. Since the wrappers were wrapped around the gum, a small tear was factory added to each wrapper when it was put on the gum, to facilitate opening the gum. Each wrapper would also have two folds. Some wrappers, however, were distributed (source unknown) without the tears and folds, and are slightly more sought after.

game card
Unscratched game card

Topps also produced the common cards and stickers that we all collected as kids. There were 330 total cards, and 55 stickers. The first series had a blue border, the second series a red border, the third series a yellow border, the fourth series a green border, and the fifth series an orange (or sometimes considered brown) border. The cards were sold in packs, 36 packs to a box, 7 cards and 1 sticker to a pack. The packs also contained a stick of gum. If you are buying packs today, 28 years after they were produced, you can expect that the gum has ruined the sticker and the wax wrapper ruined one of the cards. Back in 1977, the quality control was relatively poor compared to today – so you can expect the great majority of the cards to be off-center, have print defects, or even to be out of focus. The "perfect" card from this set is a rarity, even straight from wax packs.


Some collectors will want to collect the original empty 36 count wax pack boxes and the original wax wrappers. When the 5th series was first introduced, Topps used the 4th series box with a sticker indicating that it was a new series with Cantina scenes, and that box variation is collectable (for a total of 6 different wax boxes). Also, the 5th series had two different wax wrapper variations (one showed an ad for Kenner toys and the other a mail-in offer for an uncut sheet of the Topps cards) – all of the other series had only a single wrapper type. So there are a total of 6 wrapper variations. When Topps printed the wax wrappers, they were on large rolls that had to be cut down and folded onto the packs. Although rare, rolls of uncut wrappers occasionally come up for sale by private collectors.

Collector's Kit Card #4
front and back

No article on Star Wars cards would be complete without mentioning the error with card #207 in the Topps set. Although several rumors exist, the most common explanation is that a disgruntled Topps employee airbrushed an extra appendage on C-3PO before his employment was terminated. The change was not caught until many cases of the cards had already been distributed. Although Topps did correct the cards, and attempt to recall and replace the cards with "errors", many got out. The errors are more uncommon than the corrected version, but still not extremely hard to find.

Part Two: The Empire Strikes Back (1980-1982)

With the huge success of Star Wars, the sequel was greatly anticipated by fans and many more trading cards were to be produced.

Burger King did two promotions, the first being the "Everybody Wins" game. With each meal purchase, a scratch off card was given out. The customer would scratch off the spots until a prize was uncovered – which was usually a trading card set but could also have been Star Wars flying saucer sets or hand-held electronic games. The cards were in perforated panels of three, although they can sometimes be found in panels of 6, and made up a complete set of 36. They were on very heavy cardboard, and are still common due to the print run of 21,328,887!

Hershy's Hershey's Hershey's
Mr. Goodbar, Hershey's With Almonds and Hershey's unfolded tray

The second Burger King promotion was a poster that included a 48 sticker set, in 4 strips of 12 stickers. The stickers would be stuck to the poster to fill in various scenes. It was called the "Super Scene Collection" and again is common today.

Sample card

Dixie Cups also did two promotions. The first was a set of 24 small paper "cards" that came in Dixie cup refill boxes, made to be cut out and inserted into a die-cut poster. The cards came in strips of 4, and the numbers varied on the different strips so there were quite a few strip variations.

card wrapper
Test card reverse Test wrapper

The second Dixie Cup promotion was a mail-in offer, also advertised on the refill boxes. This one was a set of 4 oversized "Rebel" cards and 4 oversized "Empire" cards, in full color with card numbers and descriptions of the cards on the backs. These were titled "Collector's Kit".

card wrapper
Final card reverse Final wrapper

My favorite Empire Strikes Back set was made by Hershey's. Oversized trading cards were printed on cardboard trays that held six candy bars (not numbered, blank backs, no perforations). The candy bars were Hershey's with almonds (Chewbacca), Hershey's (R2-D2 and C-3PO), Rolos (Luke on TaunTaun), Mr. Goodbar (Darth Vader), Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (Boba Fett), Crunchy Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (Darth Vader), Kit Kat (Luke on TaunTaun) and Whatchamacallit (Darth Vader). There are a total of 8 different product variations, for 5 different cards. Not surprisingly, the Mr. Goodbar trays are the hardest to find, since not as many of those candy bars were sold. Whatchamacallit and Rolos are also a bit harder to find than the others. These cards would be hand cut by the collector to collate a set.

box box box
Collapsed wax box, series 1, 2 and 3

Topps did a couple of sets as well, to follow-up the very successful Star Wars sets. The "Giant Full Color Photocards" is an extremely nice set of 30 5 x 7 full color glossy cards. This set was initially packaged in a plain yellow box (no writing), in actual wax wrappers, with the reverse of each card describing the scene in detail with drawings of 16 characters surrounding the text. These test sets are very rare, and command several hundred dollars when they come up for sale. By the time of the final release, the box was reworked to be a punch out display, the wax wrappers were converted to crimped paper, and the reverse of the cards were modified to be checklists (the first 15 cards have a checklist for #1-15, the second 15 cards have a checklist for #16-30).

cereal card card card
C3PO's cereal box
showing offer for

Sticker Cards
Unopened packet
showing card/
sticker #10
Card/sticker #1,
PSA 10
Card/sticker #2,
PSA 10

Topps also did the standard trading card sets in three series. The first set had a red border and contained 132 cards with 33 stickers. The second set had a blue border and contained 132 cards and 33 stickers. The third set had a yellow border and contained 88 cards and 22 stickers. Each series came in wax packs, and wax boxes, that depicted the evil Darth Vader, along with various types of rack packs and even cello packs with special collector boxes. For the complete 352 card set, there are a total of 11 different wax wrapper variations showing ads for various Empire Strikes Back products.

Part Three: Return of the Jedi (1983-1984)

wax pack sell sheet
ROTJ series one wax pack Sell sheet

The most unique set done for Return of the Jedi was by Kellogg's, for distribution in their "C3PO's" brand cereal. Although it says Star Wars on the cards, the images are actually from "Return of the Jedi". This is a set of 10 stickers on top of 10 cards. The kids would peel the stickers off to stick on their folders or beds, and then be left with standard trading cards to be collected. Since the stickers and cards are bonded together, this is technically a set of 10, but could be collected as 10 stickers/cards and then again as 10 cards without the stickers. These came 2 to a pack, in a crimped paper packet (inside the cereal boxes).

card card
Vintage ROTJ card
autographed by
Mike Edmonds/
Jabba The Hutt
Vintage ROTJ card
autographed by
Mike Carter/
Bib Fortuna

Topps started off with a set of 180 small panini-style stickers, to be stuck in an album. There were 60 packs of 5 stickers each, in a box, and the collation is good enough that a full box would give you a complete set to fill the album.

card card
Vintage ROTJ card
autographed by
Warwicke Davis/
Vintage ESB card
autographed by
Jeremy Bulloch/
Boba Fett

Finally, Topps finished off the Star Wars era with the standard trading card set in two series. The first had a red border and contained 132 cards with 33 stickers. The second had a blue border and contained 88 cards and 22 stickers. For the first time, the pictures on the individual wax packs varied; series 1 had four different wax pack types (Jabba The Hutt, Ewok, Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker with a yellow background) and series 2 had four different wax pack types (Baby Ewok, Guard, Princess Leia and C-3PO with a red background). The first series was also sold in rack packs.

card Williams
Vintage ESB card
autographed by
Billy Dee Williams/
Billy Dee Williams/
signing the card

Part Four: Actor Autographs

Today, you can find actor autograph cards in many of the Star Wars card sets that are released, including Topps Heritage and Topps Evolution. In addition to the actors from the new movies (The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith) they have even included autographs from the actors in the original movies. But there is nothing that compares to meeting the actors in person and getting autographs on the original vintage cards.

Baker card
Kenny Baker/
signing the card
Vintage SW card
autographed by
Kenny Baker/

Over the years, I have had the pleasure of meeting many of the actors at various comic conventions, and getting cards signed. They are always happy to talk with fans, and many of them took more time than I would have expected to add their own flair to the signatures. David Prowse always writes "David Prowse IS Darth Vader", Warwicke Davis usually adds the character name that the card depicts and the year of the signing, and Billy Dee Williams personalizes the cards. These are without a doubt the most important cards in my collection.

May The Force Be With You!

Paul Holstein

[email protected]

1977 Topps Star Wars Cards

Complete Set 330     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 6 15 60
1 15 50 300
2-66 8 20 100
207 (error) 75 150 500

1977 Topps Star Wars Stickers

Complete set 55     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 8 15 50
1-11 12 40 100
12-22 10 25 80

1977 Wonder Bread Star Wars Cards

Complete Set 16     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 6 40 75
1 10 75 200
2 8 60 100
3 8 60 100

1977 Star Wars ADPAC Stickers

Complete Set 16     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 5 15 50

1977 Star Wars General Mills Cards

Complete Set 16     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 5 10 25

1978 Star Wars Sugar Free Gum Wrappers

Complete Set 56     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 8 15 40
Unlisted singles (factory mint, no tear or folds) 10 20 60

1980 Topps Empire Strikes Back Cards

Complete Set 352 cards 88 stickers     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 5 10 25

1983 Topps Return of the Jedi Cards

Complete Set 220 cards 55 stickers     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 5 10 25

1984 Kellogg's Return of the Jedi Stick'R Cards

Complete Set 10     NM MT 8     MT 9    GEM MT 10
Unlisted Singles 6 20 50

Leader Board

The Number One Current Finest - 1977 Topps Star Wars Set - Captain Jon's 1977 Star Wars Set

Non-Sports Sets

1887 Battle Scenes (N99) - RMF 1887 Gail & Ax Battle Scenes (N99)

1888 Allen & Ginter Celebrated American Indian Chiefs (N2) - AL-DP'S American Indian Chiefs

1888 Allen & Ginter Parasol Drill (N18) - Matt Conroy's Parasol Drill Set

1888 Allen & Ginter Pirates of the Spanish Main (N19) - RMF 1888 Allen & Ginter Pirates Of The Spanish Main (N19)

1911 Heroes of History/Men of History (T-68) - Robert's T68 Collection

1911 Sights and Scenes of the World (T99) - Vineyard

1912 John Player & Son Characters From Dickens - Bruce Hildebrand

1916 John Player & Son Players Past & Present - Bruce Hildebrand

1917 W.D. & H.O. Wills Britains Part in the War - Bruce Hildebrand

1932 U.S. Caramel Presidents - Kinley's Finest

1933-34 National Chicle Sky Birds - TR's Sky Birds Collection

1934 Carreras Film Stars - John Schad -For My Wife Amelia

1934 Gallaher Ltd. Champions of Screen and Stage - KP's Gallaher Champions of Screen and Stage

1935 Ardath Tobacco Film Stage & Radio Stars Small - KP's Ardath Small Film Stars

1935 Gallaher Ltd. Famous Film Scenes - KP's Gallaher Film Scenes

1935 Gallaher Ltd. Film Partners - Paul The Coach

1935 Gallaher Ltd. Portraits of Famous Stars - John Schad -For My Wife Amelia

1935 Gallaher Ltd. Shots from Famous Films - KP's Gallaher's Film Shots

1935 Gallaher Ltd. Signed Portraits of Famous Stars - KP's Gallaher Signed Portraits

1935 Gallaher Ltd. Stars of Screen and Stage - KP's Gallaher Stars of Screen and Stage

1936 American G-Men R13-1 - Mighty's Graded Sets***1936 American G-men

1936 Gallaher Ltd. Film Episodes - John Schad -For My Wife Amelia

1936 Godfrey Phillips Stars of the Screen Panels - KP's Phillips Stars of the Screen Panels

1936 Goudey Soldier Boys R142 - Frank Evanov

1936 Jolly Roger Pirates - Andy & Eddie Madec's 1936 Jolly Roger Pirates Set

1936 Mitchell and Son - A Gallery of 1935 - KP's Mitchell Gallery of 1935

1936 Schutter-Johnson Tarzan the Crystal Vault of Isis - Lyle's Scary Childhood Memories : Tarzan and the Crystal Vault of Isis

1937 Lloyd & Sons Cinema Stars - John Schad -For My Wife Amelia

1938 Gum Inc. Horrors of War - 1938 MF Horrors of War - Set 2

1938 Ogdens Actors Natural and Character Studies - KP's Ogden's Actors

1939 Cope Bros. & Co. Castles - Mrichards 1939 Cope Castles Set

1939 Gallaher My Favourite Part - KP's Gallaher Favourite Parts

1939 Gumakers of American True Spy Stories - Mighty's Graded Sets***1939 True Spy Stories

1939 Mitchell and Son Stars of Screen and History - KP's Mitchell Stars of Screen & History

1939 Ogdens Cigarettes Sea Adventure - Mrichards 1939 Ogden's Sea Adventure Set

1940 Gum Inc. Lone Ranger - Mickey's Western Classic - Lone Ranger

1941 Sky Birds - Neil's 1941 Sky Birds Set

1944 American Beauties - Dickens' Beauties

1945 Mutoscope Artist Pin Up - Carl Riegger's Artist Pin-Up Set

1947 Indian Gum Re-Issue - chief red's tribe

1948 Bowman Movie Stars - Champs & Bums - Peter Lalos

1948 Leaf Pirate Cards - Andy & Eddie Madec's 1948 Leaf Pirate cards Set

1949 Bowman Wild West - Jean-Luc Picard

1950 Bowman Wild Man - Mighty's Graded Sets***1950 Wildman

1950 Quaker Sgt. Preston - Jean-Luc Picard's 1st set

1950 Quaker Sgt. Preston Challenge of the Yukon Dog Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1950 Topps Bring Em Back Alive - Jean-Luc Picard

1950 Topps Flags of the World Parade - Jean-Luc Picard (tan-back/grey-back composite)

1950 Topps Freedoms War - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1950 Topps License Plates Numbered - Jean-Luc Picard

1950 Topps License Plates with Coating - Jean-Luc Picard

1951 Bowman Jets, Rockets, Spacemen - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1951 Bowman Red Menace - Mighty's Graded Sets***1951 Red Menace set #1

1951 Topps Animals of the World - Jean-Luc Picard- 1st set

1952 Bowman TV Radio & Stars - Jean-Luc Picard

1952 Bowman U.S. Presidents - Jean-Luc Picard

1952 Dixie Cup Nelsons Ice Cream - Mighty's Graded Sets***1952 Dixie Cup

1952 Post Cereal Roy Rogers Pop Out - Jean-Luc Picard

1952 Topps Look n See - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1952 Topps Wings - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1953 Bowman Antique Autos - Jean-Luc Picard

1953 Bowman Fire Fighters - Jean-Luc Picard

1953 Bowman Frontier Days - Mighty's Graded Sets***1953 Frontier Day's

1953 Comic Characters - Jean-Luc Picard

1953 Maple Leaf Gum - Champs & Bums - Peter Lalos

1953 NBC Stars - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1953 Topps Fighting Marines - Jean-Luc Picard

1953 Topps License Plates - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1953 Topps Tarzan & The She Devil - Jean-Luc Picard

1953 Topps Tarzans Savage Fury - Mighty's Graded Sets***1953

1953 Topps Who-Z-at Star - Jean-Luc Picard

1954 Bowman Power for Peace - Jean-Luc Picard

1954 Bowman US Navy Victories - Mighty'd Graded Sets***1954

1954 Topps Scoop - Jean-Luc Picard

1954-55 Topps World on Wheels - Jean-Luc Picard's Set #1

1955 Barbers Tea Ltd. Cinema & TV Stars - Jeff Rosen ---For My Wife Tracy

1955 Bowman Magic Pictures 6 Panel - Jean-Luc Picard

1955 Topps Rails & Sails - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1955 Topps World on Wheels Blue Backs - Jean-Luc Picard

1956 Elvis Presley - Mighty's Graded Sets***1956 elvis set #1

1956 Gum Inc. Adventure - RAS

1956 Jibco Tea Screen Stars 2nd Series - Jeff Rosen ---For My Kids Matthew & Natalie

1956 Sgt. Preston Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1956 Topps Davy Crockett Green - Frank Evanov

1956 Topps Davy Crockett Orange - Frank Evanov

1956 Topps Flags of the World - Jean-Luc Picard's Set #1

1956 Topps Jets - Jean-Luc Picard

1956 Topps Round Up - Mighty's Graded Sets***1956 Roundup

1956 Topps U.S. Presidents - Frank Evanov

1957 F279-18 Quaker Pack-O-Ten Warplanes - Rivkin's F279 Set

1957 Johnson & Johnson Robin Hood - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Premiere Animals - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Premiere Birds - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Topps Goofy Series Post Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Topps Hit Stars - John Branca

1957 Topps Isolation Booth - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Topps Robin Hood - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Topps Space Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1957 Topps Target Moon - Jean-Luc Picard

1958 Topps Target Moon Salmon Back - Jean-Luc Picard

1958 Topps TV Westerns - FenwayFitz's Best T V Westerns

1958 Topps Zorro - Frank Evanov

1959 Ad-Trix Popeye - Jean-Luc Picard

1959 Fleer Indian Trading Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1959 Fleer Three Stooges - Sarah Verno's Stooges

1959 Nu-Cards Rock and Roll Stars - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1959 Topps Fabian - FenwayFitz's Best Fabian

1959 Topps Funny Valentines - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1959 Topps You ll Die Laughing - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1960 Fleer Casper - Mighty's Graded Sets***1960 Casper the Ghost

1960 Fleer Spins and Needles - Mighty's Graded Sets***1960 Spins and Needles #1

1960 Fleer Yule Laff - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1960 Leaf Foney Ads - Jean-Luc Picard

1960 Topps Funny Valentines A Series - Jean-Luc Picard

1961 Nu-Cards Horror Monsters - Jean-Luc Picard

1961 Donruss Idiot Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1961 Fleer Pirates Bold - Mighty's Graded Sets*** 1961 Pirates Bold

1961 Nu-Cards Dinosaur - Jean-Luc Picard

1961 Rosan US Army in Action - Jean-Luc Picard

1961 Topps Crazy Cards - Jean-Luc Picard

1961 Topps Sports Cars - 707 Sportscards - LTD - 1961 - Go Fast Set

1961 Topps Sports Cars License Plate Stickers - Jean-Luc Picard

1962 Topps Casey and Kildare - Jean-Luc Picard

1962 Topps Civil War News - Carl Riegger's Civil War News Set

1962 Topps Civil War News Currency - Basic - Carl Riegger's Civil War News Currency Set

1962 Topps Civil War News Currency - Master - Jean-Luc Picard

1962 Topps Mars Attacks - West Coast

1963 Rosan Famous Monsters Series - Jean-Luc Picard

1963 Rosan John F. Kennedy - Jean-Luc Picard

1963 Topps Astronauts - Mighty's Graded Sets***1963 3-D Astronauts

1963 Topps Astronauts Popsicle Back - Jean-Luc Picard

1963 Topps Beverly Hillbillies - Yellow Dog's Beverly Hillbillies Set

1963 Topps Valentine Foldee - Jean-Luc Picard

1964 Donruss Addams Family - Mighty's Graded Sets***1964 Addam's Family

1964 Donruss Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - Cameo's Deep Sea Adventure

1964 Leaf The Munsters - Richard M 1964 Munsters

1964 Leaf The Munsters Stickers - West Coast

1964 Outer Limits - Steve's Outrageous Outer Limits Set

1964 Topps Beatles Black & White 2nd Series - Jean-Luc Picard

1964 Topps Beatles Black & White 3rd Series - Jean-Luc Picard

1964 Topps Beatles Color - Jean-Luc Picard

1964 Topps Beatles Movie Hard Days Night - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1964 Topps John F. Kennedy - Jean-Luc Picard

1964 Topps Nutty Awards - Jean-Luc Picard

1965 A & BC Battle British - Mighty's Graded Sets***1965 Battle (A & BC) Battle British

1965 Clover Daries Prehistoric Animals - Mrichards 1965 Clover Dairies Prehistoric Animals Dino-Mite Set

1965 Donruss King Kong - Mighty's Graded Sets***1965 King Kong

1965 Fleer Gomer Pyle - Shazam!

1965 Fleer Hogans Heroes - Richard M. 1965 Hogan's Heroes

1965 Fleer McHales Navy - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1965 Gilligans Island - Richard M. 1965 Gilligan's Island

1965 Philadelphia Chewing Gum War Bulletin - Jean-Luc Picard

1965 Topps Battle - Mighty's Graded Sets***Battle

1965 Topps James Bond - Mighty's Graded Sets***1965 James Bond

1965 Topps Man from U.N.C.L.E. - Mighty's Graded Sets U.N.C.L.E

1965 Topps Presidents and Famous Americans - Champs & Bums - Peter Lalos

1966 Donruss Monkees - Cameo's Brown Monkees

1966 Fleer Three Stooges - Mighty's Graded Sets*** 1966 Three Stooges

1966 Leaf Good Guys and Bad Guys - Loeby's Good Guys and Bad Guys

1966 Marvel Super Heroes - Mighty's Graded Sets***1966 Marvel SuperHero

1966 O-Pee-Chee Get Smart Panels - Rachfal Collection

1966 Philadelphia Gum Green Berets - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1966 Topps Batman A Series - mighty's graded sets 1966 batman (red)

1966 Topps Batman B Series - Mighty's Graded Sets***1966 Batman (Blue Cowl Back)

1966 Topps Batman Black Bat - Yellow Dog's Batman Black Bat Set

1966 Topps Batman Color - Mighty's Graded Sets***1966 Bat Lafs

1966 Topps Batman Riddler Back - Yellow Dog's Riddler Set

1966 Topps James Bond Thunderball - Mighty's Graded Sets***1966 James Bond

1966 Topps Lost in Space - Jean-Luc Picard

1966 Topps Superman - Mighty's Graded Sets***1966 Superman

1967 Leaf Star Trek - West Coast

1967 Philadelphia Gum Daktari - David's 1967 Philadelphia Gum Daktari Set

1967 Topps Wacky Packages - Bumchex

1967 Topps Who Am I? - Mighty's Graded Sets***1967 Who Am I ?

1968 A & BC Superman in the Jungle - Mighty's Graded Sets***1968 A@BC Superman in the Jungle

1968 Topps Julia Test - Mighty's Graded Sets***1968 (Topps) Julia Test Set

1969 Topps Brady Bunch - Here's the story

1969 Topps Man on the Moon - Jean-Luc Picard

1969 Topps Planet of the Apes - Jean-Luc Picard

1969 Topps Wacky Ads - Bret Palser's Wacky Ads

1970 Topps Man on the Moon - Reissue - Jean-Luc Picard

1971 Cadbury Schweppes Age of the Dinosaur - Kathleen's Dinosaurs

1973 Topps Wacky Packages Series 1 Cloth Stickers - Bret Palser's 1973 First Series Cloth Wacky Packages

1974 Topps Six Million Dollar Man - Mighty's Graded ***1974 6 Million $ Man (Test Set)

1975 Donruss Six Million Dollar Man - Bob's Tribute to Steve Austin

1975 Topps Comic Book Heroes Stickers - David's 1975 TCG Marvel Comic Book Set

1976 Donruss Bionic Woman - Bob's Tribute to The Bionic Woman

1976 Topps Marvel Super Heroes Stickers - David's 1976 TCG Marvel Super Heroes Set

1976 Topps Star Trek - Jean-Luc Picard Set #1

1976 Topps Star Trek Stickers - Jimmy Me Boy- It's Me Finnegan!

1977 Scanlens Star Wars Stickers - Paul Holstein's Vintage Star Wars Card Set: Scanlens High Numbers, Australia

1977 Topps Mexican Star Wars - Paul Holstein's Vintage Star Wars Card Set: Topps Mexico

1977 Topps Star Wars - Captain Jon's 1977 Star Wars Set

1977 Topps Star Wars USA Stickers - Captain Jon's 1977 Topps Star Wars Sticker Set

1977 Topps UK Star Wars - Paul Holstein's Vintage Star Wars Card Set: Topps U.K.

1977 Wonder Bread Star Wars - Stoney417

1978 Topps Battlestar Galactica Stickers - SW's BSG Stickers

1984 Kelloggs Star Wars Stickers - Paul Holstein's Vintage Star Wars Card/Sticker Set: Kellogg's USA

1985 Garbage Pail Kids Series 1 - David's 1985 GPK Series 1 Matte Set

1985 Garbage Pail Kids Series 2 - Brad's Series 2 GPK Mint Set

1986 Garbage Pail Kids Series 3 - Brad's Series 3 GPK Mint Set

1988 Topps Dinosaurs Attack! - Jean-Luc Picard

1988 Topps Dinosaurs Attack! Stickers - Jean-Luc Picard

1993 Cardz Tales from the Crypt Chrome - Mrichards Tales from the Crypt Teknochrome Set

1993 Dynamic Marketing Escape of the Dinosaurs Chrome - Mrichards Dinosaur Chrome Sub Set (Why Not, I Love Dinosaurs)

1993 Magic the Gathering Alpha (MTG) - Absolut Alphas

1993 Magic the Gathering Arabian Nights - Ju Ju Baby Enterprises

1993 Magic the Gathering Beta (MTG) - Spacebaby's Betas

1994 Spiderman, Amazing - Cal's Cards

1996 Duocards Abbott & Costello Chrome - Mrichards Abbot & Costello Monster Chrome Sub Set

1996 Duocards Gone with the Wind Chrome - Mrichards Gone with the Wind Chrome Subset

1996 Duocards Its a Wonderful Life Chrome - Mrichards It's a Wonderful Life Chrome Set

1996 Duocards The Wizard of Oz Chrome - Mrichards Wizard of Oz Chrome Set

1996 Kitchen Sink Universal Monsters Bio-Chrome - Mrichards Universal Monsters Bio-Chrome Set

1997 Skybox Star Trek Deep Space Nine Profiles Autographs - Barry N Oursler's Star Trek Deep Space 9 Profiles autographed card set

1997 Skybox Star Trek TOS 1 - The Dreier Collection Skybox Star Trek

1998 Skybox Star Trek TOS 2 - The Dreier Collection Skybox Star Trek TOS 2

1999 Pokemon Fossil Holofoils - Just for Fun

1999 Pokemon Game Basic Holofoil - Holstein

1999 Skybox Star Trek Deep Space 9 Memories from the Future Autographs - Barry N Oursler's Star Trek Deep Space 9 Memories From The Future Autogrpahed card Set

1999 Skybox Star Trek TOS 3 - The Dreier Collection Skybox Star Trek TOS 3

1999 Skybox Star Trek TOS 3 Autograph Challenge - The Threeofsix Collection

2000 Topps X-Men Movie Autographs - Lyle's Scary Childhood Memories : X-Men

2001 Star Trek 35th Holofex Autograph - Cutthroat's Collectibles Best Star Trek Set

2001 Topps Lord of the Rings Autographs - Lyle's Scary Childhood Memories: 2001 Lord of the Rings Autographs

2002 Rittenhouse Star Trek Enterprise Autographs Season 1 - Barry N Oursler's Star Trek Enterprise Season 1 Autographed cards

2002 Yu-Gi-Oh Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon 1st Edition - St. Francis of Assisi

2002 Yu-Gi-Oh Playstation 2 Promo Duelists of the Roses - Jediwisdom PS2 DOR

2002 Yu-Gi-Oh Playstation Promo - Jediwisdom Forbidden Memories Set

2003 Rittenhouse Star Trek Enterprise Autographs Season 2 - Barry N Oursler's Star Trek Enterprise Season 2 Autographed card set

2003 Rittenhouse Women of James Bond Autographs - Bushwood's Women of Bond Autograph Master Set

2003 Rittenhouse Star Trek Deep Space Nine Complete Autograph - Barry N Oursler's Star Trek Deep Space 9 Complete Autographed card set

2003 Yu-Gi-Oh English Game Boy Advance Promo - Jediwisdom Egyptian God Card Set

2004 Rittenhouse Battlestar Galactica Complete Autograph Set - Bushwood Country Club's Battlestar Galactica Autograph Set

2004 Rittenhouse Six Million Dollar Man Autographs - Bob's Tribute to Steve Austin - Autographs

2004 Rittenhouse Star Trek Enterprise Autographs Season 3 - Barry N Oursler's Star Trek Enterprise Season 3 Autographed card set

2004 Wacky Packages Promo - Danny's 2004 Wacky Packs PSA Set