A very cool card from the 2017 Rittenhouse Archives Star Trek Beyond series. What is special about this costume relic is that the reverse of the card says “Authentic wardrobe material worn by Chris Pine as Captain Kirk”. Not all costume cards state that the material was worn.
Captain Robau appeared in the Star Trek 2009 movie in the opening scene onboard the USS Kelvin. This card came out of the 2017 Star Trek Beyond series by Rittenhouse Archives.
Not yet a Captain, but here’s an autograph of a young James T. Kirk. Jimmy Bennett played the role of young Kirk in the 2009 Star Trek Movie. This card was released in 2017 by Rittenhouse Archives as part of the Star Trek Beyond movie trading card series.
Here’s a Captain from the original Battlestar Gallactica! This card has some of the original series costume material. This card was producted by Rittenhouse Archives in 2006 as part of the Battlestar Galactica Colonial Warriors series card CC11.
A Captain’s autograph from 2003 Rittenhouse Archives Star Trek Into Darkness. Beau Billingslea as Frank Captain Abbott, USS Bradbury.
I was really happy to hit this Gary Lockwood Autograph today. The Episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before” is one of my favorites and this card has Gary pictured with the Silver Eyes. This episode aired on September 22, 1966 in Season 1 Episode 3. Loved the fight scene between Kirk and Gary at the end!
The autograph came out of this box of 2016 Star Trek 50th The Original Series.
My second box hit was a Space Hippie! Victor Brandt played Tongo Rad in the Star Trek Original Series episode “The Way to Eden”.
If you are a fan of Celebrity appearances in Star Trek you will love this one of The Rock having a fight scene with Seven of Nine in the Voyager Episode “Tsunkatse” Season 6 Episode 15. Here are a couple trading cards that nicely compliment each other.
This is a really nice over-sized card measuring 5×7. Produced by Rittenhouse Archive in 2000 for The Women of Star Trek In Motion series Tsuntakse Archive Collection. This pic is from card T5 and were hand numbered to 999.
The costume material and photo in this Jeri Ryan card was from Seven of Nine’s fight costume. Another Rittenhouse Archives release from the 2004 Star Trek 40th Anniversary series.
This shuttle has been on my shelf since the 2009 Star Trek Reboot came out. A special gift since if was from my little niece Michelle who knew I liked Star Trek. From the Kid’s Meal collection and lately its giving me a huge craving for a Whopper and Fries!
With Comic Con being one of the hottest events to attend, this 2008 Comic Con Promo is a cool card to have in the collection.
A real nice box hit from 2019 Star Trek Discovery Season 1. Mary Chieffo and Shazad Latif dual autograph card. Two very important characters L’Rell and Ash Tyler.
Here’s the 2nd hit from my box. Terry Serpico as Admiral Brett Anderson.