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All STAR TREK collectibles for sale are listed in chronological order by heading. Please see the Condition guide for grading codes. To purchase anything, see the How To Order page.


 

ORIGINAL TV SERIES (1966)

STAR TREK COMIC BOOKS (GOLD KEY, Began in 1967)
#24 
F-  Last 20˘ issue.  See cover  $10
#26 
VG+  See cover  $8
#28 
VF+  See cover  $31
#29 
F: 1/4 inch back cover top edge tear; Reprints Star Trek #1.  See cover  $10.50
#30  F+ 
Non-painted psychedelic cover art.  See cover  $15
#31 
VF/NM-  See cover  $37.60
#33 
VF/NM  See cover  $39.60
#34 
F-  See cover  $8
#36  VG
  See cover  $4.80
#37 
VF  Reprints Star Trek #5.  See cover  $21.60
#38 
VF/NM-  Al McWilliams artwork.  See cover  $37.60
#40 
F+  Al McWilliams artwork.  See cover  $13.50

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THE MONSTER TIMES MAGAZINE #2: February 1972, F/VF due to a slight misfold. Special STAR TREK Issue, Star Trek cast cover artwork by Gray Morrow with this same artwork expanded in the huge 3-color poster centerfold, many Star Trek articles including UK Star Trek comics, William Shatner interview, Leonard Nimoy bio, Star Trek's space gear, the ship model kits, convention news, Gene Roddenberry, "Star Drek" fumetti, and moreSee cover  $27.50

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THE MONSTER TIMES MAGAZINE #20: March 1973, VF+. "20 Million Miles To Earth" with many Ray Harryhausen Ymir shots, WARP with artwork by Neal Adams, "Conqueror 1" strip by Jim Starlin and Greg Theakston (dated April 1971!), STAR TREK salute with episode guide, Aurora Mr. Spock model, the classic "Keep On Trekin" color centerfold poster in the style of R. Crumb, Star Trek yellow pages (fan clubs, catalogs, fanzines, etc.), Star Trek books, "The Mask of Fu Manchu" with Boris Karloff, and more! This copy managed to withstand the test of time better than most issues I've seen! See cover  $22.50

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THE MONSTER TIMES COLLECTOR'S SPECIAL ISSUE #1: 1973, VF+: issue not cut square so you get more paper at the top right. Sci-Fi Super TV Special Issue: Star Trek Lives! Contains 6 color toned full page photos of Kirk, Spock, Sulu, Uhura, McCoy and Chekov, detailed info on the original TV series, the 1972 Star Trek convention, Trek Trivia, also ITC's UFO, The Space Giants, Lost In Space, The Outer Limits, and Irwin Allen's many SF TV series. This issue is in a more standard magazine format and does not open as a tabloid. See cover  $25

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THE ROCKET'S BLAST COMICOLLECTOR FANZINE #105: November? 1973, VG+, 108 pages, circulation 2,000. Morris Scott Dollens color front cover art (Star Trek/The Enterprise). Feature articles: Star Trek: The Way It Was by James Van Hise, Leonard Nimoy interview, Wally Wood reprint of "An Earth Man On Venus" (Chapter 3), The Williamson Collector, The Pulps: Otis Adelbert Kline Part 2, Inside Comix #2: Garry Trudeau and The Battle for Captain Marvel, Comic Collector's Comments, The RBCC Information Center by Raymond Miller, Critique, plus letters, artwork, and all those great old ads. See cover  $16

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GALILEO 7 SHUTTLECRAFT AMT MODEL: AMT S959 Model Kit, Original 1974 issue, 8.5 x 10 inch small box size variation, box never opened and in excellent condition, model is MIB - still factory sealed in the original shrinkwrap. See box cover  $135

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THE ROCKET'S BLAST COMICOLLECTOR FANZINE #109: April? 1974, F, 100 pages, circulation 2,000. Mike Zeck front cover art (Conan the Barbarian). Feature articles: Miami Star Trek Con '74, An Evening With Leonard Nimoy, What Is Nostalgia?, Wally Wood reprint from Strange Worlds #3, 1951 (Part 1), Golden Age MLJ Blue Ribbon Comics (Part 2) and Top-Notch Comics (Part 1), The Pulps: The Lone Eagle, Science Fiction In Review: Zardoz, A Twist Of The Dial: Old Radio Shows, Comic Collector's Comments, Information Center by Don Rosa, Keyhole, Critique, plus letters, artwork, and all those great old ads. See cover  $15

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THE MONSTER TIMES MAGAZINE #35: July 1974, VF. Godzilla cover, Godzilla articles and centerfold poster, Supernatural Superheroes (Jack Kirby’s “The Demon” on front cover header), Frank Frazetta artwork, "Chosen Survivors," Star Trek anti-drug radio spot with transcript, Monster make-up artists, and more! See cover  $18

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MINICON 9 COMIC BOOK & STAR TREK CONVENTION FLYER: Advertising flyer for a Star Trek convention on February 15-16, 1975 in Houston, Texas. VF, 8.5 x 11 inches, goldenrod paper, blank back. Harken back to a time when you actually watched film episodes at a Star Trek convention! Also showing was the complete Batman and Robin 15 chapter serial, plus Superman and Captain Midnight, and win a Morris Scott Dollens painting! What makes this rather rare is the fact that the sheet is unfolded. Typically, when you find these, they are tri-folded from a mailing. See flyer  $7

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THE ROCKET'S BLAST COMICOLLECTOR FANZINE #118: April? 1975, NM-, 80 pages, circulation 1,500. Mike McKenney front cover art and Stephen Fabian back cover art. Star Trek Special Issue, Feature articles: Star Trek: The Cage/The Menagerie comparison, "Where No Man Has Gone Before" the second pilot, Star Trek Beyond The Pilots, An Evening With Gene Roddenberry, The Pertwillaby Papers (Lost In The Andes Part 2) by Don Rosa, Dell Comics: Carl Barks Part 3, Information Center by Don Rosa, Keyhole, Critique, plus letters, movie and TV stills, artwork, and all those great old ads. See cover  $40

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THE ROCKET'S BLAST COMICOLLECTOR FANZINE #119: June? 1975, NM-, 80 pages, circulation 1,500. Mike Zeck front and back cover art. Feature articles: Space:1999/Gerry & Sylvia Anderson, Mike Zeck artist profile, The Spirit TV movie and William Friedkin, Noel Neill brief biography, 1975 New York Star Trek Con, The Pertwillaby Papers (Lost In The Andes Part 3) by Don Rosa, Dell Comics Are Good Comics, The EC Artist Collector, Comic Collector's Comments, Information Center by Don Rosa, Keyhole, Critique, plus letters, movie and TV stills, artwork, and all those great old ads. See cover  $30

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STAR TREK 75 CONVENTION FLYER: Advertising flyer for the Star Trek 75 convention on June 25-29, 1975 in Houston, Texas. VF/NM, approximately 8.5 x 11 inches, one sheet of paper with a B&W reproduction of the Enterprise painting "Within A Misty Nebula" by Morris Scott Dollens on one side and information about the upcoming Star Trek convention on the other side. G. B. Love was the chairman of the show. What makes this rather rare is the fact that the sheet is unfolded. Typically, when you find these, they are tri-folded from a mailing. See flyer front and back  $8

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STAR TREK 1976 CALENDAR: Ballantine Books, First Printing, August 1975. No staples, so all the pages are loose. The first page is cut at the seam, so the January/November months are separated; otherwise, it's complete, no marks and in very fine condition. This was the first Star Trek calendar issued by Ballantine. Because of the defect, priced low. See calendar front  $8.50

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STAR TREK POWER RECORDS: 7 inch, 33 1/3 rpm, "Little LP," Power Records, 1975. Cover artwork by Neal Adams (according to his Web site checklist). Story written by Alan Dean Foster. All still sealed. However, the record jackets have bends and corners are worn, imprint of record shows through cardboard sleeves. Never opened, so no guarantees on vinyl condition. These are all error print copies of "In Vino Veritas" with several cover variations. Please specify the variations you want. See sleeve front and back of hanging rack copy

Record Number F-1298 "In Vino Veritas" on front, "Passage to Moauv" on back, bin copy without rack hole. (2 copies available)  $11

Record Number F-1298 "In Vino Veritas" on front, "Passage to Moauv" on back, hanging rack display copy with rack hole at top center.  $11

Record Number F-2296 "In Vino Veritas" on front, "Passage to Moauv" on back, bin copy without rack hole.  $11

Record Number F-2296 "In Vino Veritas" on front, "Passage to Moauv" on back, hanging rack display copy with rack hole at top center.  $11

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THE MONSTER TIMES MAGAZINE #43: September 1975, F/VF: 4 pages have bottom margin production tears, largest is 1.25" - NOT the centerfold, All-Demon issue!, Curse Of The Demon cover, centerfold and article, The Exorcist, brief interviews about The Exorcist with Max Von Sydow, Sam Peckinpah, Jesse Lasky, Hal Ashby, Tobe Hooper, and Wes Craven, Haxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages, Rosemary's Baby, historic look at the devil in films, demon comics including Jack Kirby's The Demon and Marvel's Ghost Rider, Star Trek/Captain Kirk as exorcistSee cover  $16

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THE ROCKET'S BLAST COMICOLLECTOR FANZINE #122: October 1975, NM-, 80 pages, circulation 1,500. Mike Ploog front and back cover art. Feature articles: Rod Serling interview, Rod Serling In Memoriam, Star Trek: The Tholian Web recap with stills, Houstoncon Star Trek '75, Maxor Of Cirod (Part 1) by John Adkins Richardson, Zero Hero by R.C. Harvey, Dell Comics: Pogo Part 1, Comic Collector's Comments, Information Center by Don Rosa, Critique, plus letters, movie and TV stills, artwork, and all those great old ads. See cover  $35

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THE SUPERHERO MERCHANDISE CATALOG #2: 1976, F/VF, no address label! Produced by Superhero Enterprises, 32 color pages, comic book size. Artwork by Dan Adkins, Howard Bender, Ron Wilson, Bruce Patterson, Gary Brodsky, and others. Excellent '70s toy reference filled with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Star Trek toys, posters, games, cups, and much more for sale. Marvel and DC Flashlights and Black-light posters on the back cover. See cover  $9

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1976 TOPPS STAR TREK STICKERS: Lot of 13 different stickers, includes #s 4 - 7, 11, 12, 14, 16 - 21, Average NM (Be aware that these stickers have the "dimple lines" present on the vast majority of all Topps stickers manufactured during this era). Stickers include Dr. McCoy, Scotty, Lt. Uhura, Chekov, Mr. Spock, The Keeper, The Mugato, Ambassador Gav, and Kang. See sample stickers (front/back)  $75

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TOPPS 1976 STAR TREK WAX PACK WRAPPER: All wrappers have regular fold lines, but no tears and have been stored opened flat for the last 30 years. 3 ad variations: A) Erector Set, B) Sweatshirt and C) Name Tags. If you like, specify the variations you want! (13 available) See sample wrapper  $7.50

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PENTHOUSE MAGAZINE: March 1976, F/VF. This copy was manufactured with only one top staple! Infamous Priscilla Barnes (as Joann Witty) cover and Pet of the Month issue, Gene Roddenberry interview, Oh Wicked Wanda, and more! You must be 18 years of age or older to order this. See cover (censored)  $30

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THE MONSTER TIMES MAGAZINE #47: May 1976, F/VF: due to slight misfold. Star Trek vs. Space: 1999 cover and inside articles, Gene Roddenberry interview, "Flash Gordon" serial reviewed by chapter, Wally Wood's Thunder Agents, Hong Kong Horror films, Flash Gordon color centerfold poster by Bill Feret, "Agent of Chaos," Georges Melies, Science Fiction on TV and in Comic Books, Fritz Lang’s "Metropolis," and more! See cover  $17

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THE ROCKET'S BLAST COMICOLLECTOR FANZINE #127: May 1976, F/VF, 80 pages, circulation 1,600. Kerry Gammill front cover art and Stephen Fabian back cover art. Feature articles: "Subjectivity" (Part 4, Conclusion) by Norman Spinrad, adapted by James Van Hise and Kerry Gammill, Magnus Robot Fighter, Pogo by Walt Kelly, Dell Comics Are Good Comics, RBCC Fandom Opinion Poll, Star Trek Convention in New York, Information Center by Don Rosa, Critique, plus letters, movie and TV stills, artwork, and all those great old ads. See cover  $17.50

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STARLOG MAGAZINE #1: August 1976, VF/NM. Star Trek cover painting by Jack Thurston. Star Trek articles, William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek complete episode guide including titles, stories, guest stars, and air dates, Star Trek puzzles and word games, The Bionic Woman, Space: 1999 second season changes, new King Kong with stills from the original version, "Squirm," Isaac Asimov piece, David Bowie in “The Man Who Fell To Earth” blurb, plus news pieces. See cover  $50

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THE SUPERHERO CATALOG OF GAMES, BOOKS, TOYS, PUZZLES #1: September 1976, F/VF with back cover fold, no address label. Produced by Superhero Enterprises, 48 color pages, comic book size. Artwork by Marie Severin, Dan Adkins, Bruce Patterson, Gary Brodsky, and others. Excellent '70s toy reference filled with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Star Trek toys, posters, games, cups, and much more for sale. Super Baby Rag Dolls and Super Friends Party Set on the back cover. See cover  $9

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WHO WAS THAT MONOLITH I SAW YOU WITH? PROMO FLYER: Flyer promoting the 1976 second edition of the humor book by Michael Goodwin, published by Heritage, NM, size 3 7/8 x 9 1/4 inches, B&W textured paper, front shows the book cover with promo text and the back shows a SPARCE:1999 parody strip with the USS Enterprise from Star Trek. If you thought the book was hard to find, see how many of these you can locate! See flyer  $4.50

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STARLOG MAGAZINE #3: January 1977, VF/NM. Star Trek cover artwork by Jack Rickard. 40 Science Fiction movies made for TV, Star Trek convention history with photo scrapbook and pieces on most of the main original series actors and a few guest stars, photo essay on 75 years of film and TV spaceships, Space: 1999 with new episode guides from Season 2, Lee Majors - "The Six Million Dollar Man," plus news pieces. See cover  $20

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THE SUPERHERO BOOK OF GOODIES #2: April 1977, VF/NM with a staple hole through issue at top, No address label. Produced by Superhero Enterprises, 48 color pages, comic book size. Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Also, early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, and Rick Taylor. Marie Severin and Dan Adkins contribute. Excellent '70s toy reference filled with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Star Trek toys, posters, games, cups, and much more for sale. Marvel and DC flashlights, toothbrushes and wrist radios on the back cover.  $11

THE SUPERHERO BOOK OF GOODIES #2: April 1977, VF-, No address label. Produced by Superhero Enterprises, 48 color pages, comic book size. Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Also, early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, and Rick Taylor. Marie Severin and Dan Adkins contribute. Excellent '70s toy reference filled with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Star Trek toys, posters, games, cups, and much more for sale. Marvel and DC flashlights, toothbrushes and wrist radios on the back cover. See cover  $8

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THE SUPERHERO CATALOGUE #5: Fall 1977, NM with a staple hole through issue at top - all TBG distributed copies were stapled, no address label. Produced by Superhero Enterprises, 48 color pages, comic book size. Joe Kubert cover and interior artwork. Also, early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch and Rick Taylor. Excellent '70s toy reference filled with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, and Star Trek toys, posters, games, cups, and much more for sale. DC heroes cups and plaques on the back cover. See cover  $12

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STAR TREK FOTONOVELS - All Color with 300 photos from each episode reproduced!
#1 CITY ON THE EDGE OF FOREVER by Harlan Ellison. Paperback, As New-, November 1977, First Print, Bantam Books, ISBN: 0-553-11345-3, O/P. Ellison's award-winning, acclaimed episode for the series; guest-starring Joan Collins. Includes a bonus interview with Harlan, cast list and glossary. See cover  $25

#2 WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE
by Samuel Peeples. Paperback, As New-, November 1977, First Print, Bantam Books, ISBN: 0-553-11346-1, O/P. The second pilot that starred Sally Kellerman, Gary Lockwood, Paul Fix, Lloyd Haynes, and the phaser rifle. Includes cast list and glossary. See cover  $25

#3 THE TROUBLE WITH TRIBBLES by David Gerrold. Paperback, FN+, December 1977, First Print, Bantam Books, ISBN: 0-553-11347-X, O/P. One of the most loved and remembered episodes. Includes a bonus interview (part 1) with James Doohan, cast list and glossary. See cover  $20

#4 A TASTE OF ARMAGEDDON by Robert Hamner and Gene Coon. Paperback, As New, January 1978, First Print, Bantam Books, ISBN: 0-553-11348-8, O/P. The war between Eminiar VII and Vendikar. Includes a bonus interview (part 2) with James Doohan, cast list and glossary. See cover  $20

#5 METAMORPHOSIS
by Gene L. Coon. Paperback, As New, February 1978, First Print, Bantam Books, ISBN: 0-553-11349-6, O/P. The episode starred Elinor Donohue and she is featured in a bonus interview, along with a cast list and glossary. See cover  $20

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STAR TREK 1967 CAST PHOTO: NBC-TV Series, NM- condition because of a slight tan mark on the back of the still that has no bearing on the front, 8 x 10 inches, B&W glossy still #120 of the original main cast members on the bridge (L to R), James Doohan, Walter Koenig, Deforest Kelley, Majel Barrett, William Shatner, Nichelle Nichols, Leonard Nimoy, and George Takei, restrike produced in late 1970s, photo bears a lone still number at the bottom of the photo. See photo  $7

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THE SUPERHERO CATALOGUE #6: Spring 1978, VF/NM with a staple hole through issue at bottom - all TBG distributed copies were stapled, no address label. Produced by Superhero Enterprises, 48 color pages, comic book size. Joe Kubert cover, splash page and interior artwork. Also, early artwork by Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Tom Yeates, Ron Randall, Tom Mandrake, Jan Dursema, Dave Dorman, and Karl Kesel. Excellent '70s toy reference filled with Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Star Wars, and Star Trek toys, posters, games, cups, and much more for sale.  Star Wars masks on the back cover. See front and back covers  $10

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STAR TREK: THE MENAGERIE Parts 1 and 2 (1966/1978): VHS Videotape, Paramount Home Video, the first of the 1978 "Star Trek The Collector's Edition" releases in the CBS Video Library series, 4268, Played once - tape looks new/as issued, the deluxe, simulated "silver book" case is in NM condition, approximately 103 minutes, NR, Color. This is the original pilot for the TV series written by Gene Roddenberry that was later edited into two parts for airing on NBC-TV. Directed by Marc Daniels and Robert Butler. Visit Talos IV with Enterprise Captain Christopher Pike, Number One and Mr. Spock. Look for leftover monsters from The Outer Limits while you are there. I place no warranty on the tape. See box cover  $8

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PENTHOUSE MAGAZINE: October 1978, VF/NM. Science Fiction issue that links with the publication of Omni #1, Leonard Nimoy interview, Star Wars article by Tom Nolan, UFO articles, Jane Hargrave pictorial, first published excerpt from "1985" by Anthony Burgess, "Oh, Wicked Wanda!," Robert Jastrow interview, and more! You must be 18 years of age or older to order this. See cover  $25

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FANTASTIC FILMS MAGAZINE #5: December 1978, VF. John Dykstra interview focused on "Battlestar Galactica" with color production artwork, Science Fiction on TV Part 1 (1949-53), the Star Trek Vulcan language translated (Mr. Spock on cover), Captain Midnight, Science Fiction TV Animation, The Outer Limits with complete episode guide, Star Trek/Battlestar Galactica 22 x 32 inch poster still intact, Gerry Anderson and his Supermarionation shows, Artwork of Ralph McQuarrie. See cover  $12.50

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STAR TREK COLLECTOR'S PLATES: Complete set of 8 retired plates issued by Ernst beginning in 1984. This limited edition was fired for 90 days, then closed. The artwork is by Susie Morton. All plates are mint condition, 8.5 inches in diameter, and in their original boxes. Never had COAs, so I can't pass them onto you. Plate ID numbers are listed after each character: Mr. Spock (4967), Dr. McCoy (4726), Scotty (4042), Lt. Uhura (8727), Captain Kirk (7388), Ensign Chekov (6071), Mr. Sulu (30439), and the group shot transporter room plate, "Beam us down, Scotty" (3301). See sample plate All 8 plates for $225

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ANGELIQUE PETTYJOHN MERCHANDISE FORMS: Lot of 2, NM, circa 1985, 8 x 10 order forms from Angelique's own Tri-Sun, Inc. business that sold through mail order her photos and posters. B&W shot of Angelique dressed as Shahna from the "Gamesters of Triskelion" episode on the page. Series fans will have to overlook the "Adult Trekkies" line on the forms! These were obtained directly off Angelique's table at a convention in the mid-80s. See order form  Both for $12

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"IT IS THE ONLY LOGICAL THING TO DO" STICKERS: Pair of two identical stickers, NM, issued in the early 1990s, depicts the Vulcan greeting salute. See sample sticker  Both for $9.50

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STAR TREK USPS CANCELLATION: United States Postal System cancellation, dated October 15, 1991, cancellation reads "Journey to a New Frontier...Collect Stamps" and shows the USS Enterprise, 29˘ Wood Duck stamp, slight rip at top that does not interfere with the Star Trek cancellation. See cancellation  $1

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STAR TREK - THE ORIGINAL TV SERIES CARDS: Impel, 1991, Two unopened packs from the 25th Anniversary Series I set, sticky spot on front where a price tag was removed, 12 cards per pack.  2 packs for $2

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STAR TREK 25TH ANNIVERSARY TRADING CARDS SERIES 1 AND 2 SET: Impel, 1991, Complete 310 Card Set, Average NM, cards alternate between series with the odd numbered cards having scenes from the original Star Trek TV series and the even numbered cards having scenes from Star Trek The Next Generation. Sharp images that include scenes from the TV shows, cast shots, effects shots, artwork, comic book covers, collector plates, blueprints, insignias, credits, and all 4 checklists. See sample cards  $32

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CIGAR AFICIONADO MAGAZINE: October 2006, VF/NM. William Shatner cover, lengthy interview with Bill Shatner and his views on Star Trek to Boston Legal to cigars, shots from Twilight Zone, Star Trek, TJ Hooker, and Boston Legal scattered through the interview. Great interview and not just for the Star Trek completist. See cover  $6

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ANIMATED TV SERIES (1973)

THE MONSTER TIMES MAGAZINE #26: September 1973, F due to a dent on the bottom left corner. "Destroy All Monsters" article with a 3-color centerfold poster that reproduces the AIP one-sheet, Star Trek The Animated Series, Amazing World of Superman Museum, "The Mystery of the Wax Museum," Rondo Hatton, Destroy All Monsters parody strip by Dean Latimer, 1973 NY Comicon, and moreSee cover  $20

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STAR TREK LOG ONE by Alan Dean Foster. Paperback, FN, July 1974, 2nd Printing, Ballantine Books 24014, SBN: 345-24014-6-095, 192 pages, O/P edition. Three animated NBC-TV series episodes are adapted in this book. Includes "Beyond the Farthest Star" by Sam Peeples, "Yesteryear" by D. C. Fontana, and "One of our Planets is Missing" by Marc Daniels. See cover  $10

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STARLOG MAGAZINE #6: June 1977, VF. “Destination Moon” cover. The Making of “Destination Moon” by Robert A. Heinlein, Special Effects: Part 1 - Miniatures, the Star Trek movie report by Susan Sackett, STAR TREK TV Animated Series with complete episode guide, “Fantastic Journey” with Roddy McDowall and D.C. Fontana interviewed, Science Fiction film address guide, Space: 1999 cancelled, “Star Wars” brief preview with Ralph McQuarrie paintings, plus news pieces. See cover  $14

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION (1987)

TV GUIDE MAGAZINE #1798: September 12-18, 1987, VF/NM. Special Fall Preview Issue: Key Premieres of STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, Jake And The Fatman (William Conrad), Thirtysomething (Cast Shot), Full House (Bob Saget, John Stamos, Olsen Twins), and Beauty And The Beast (Linda Hamilton). Also premiering, My Two Dads (Paul Reiser), Dolly (Dolly Parton), Buck James (Dennis Weaver), Everything's Relative (Jason Alexander), Hooperman (John Ritter), Slap Maxwell Story (Dabney Coleman), A Different World (Lisa Bonet), I Married Dora (Juliette Lewis), Private Eye (Michael Woods), Wiseguy (Ken Wahl), and more. Stills from "Hannah And Her Sisters." Cover by Byrd/Beserra Studios. San Francisco, CA Edition. See cover  $22

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION GEORDI STICKER: 1987 General Mills, NM, Lt. Geordi La Forge cereal premium sticker. (2 available) See sticker  $6

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THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF COMICS PROGRAM #2: April 1988, VF/NM. Oakland Convention Program with a new Will Eisner The Spirit cover, 48 pages of bios for Star Trek: The Next Generation's Michael Dorn and Jonathan Frakes, Will Eisner, Stan Lee, and many more! Illustrations by Will Eisner, Mark Bode, Mike Mignola, Keith Pollard, Ken Macklin, Erik Larsen, Sam Kieth, Matt Wagner, Ernie Chan, Art Adams, and others! WWOC became Wonder Con. See cover  $25

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CAPTAIN JEAN-LUC PICARD BOOKMARK: 1991, Like new/NM; Antioch Publishing Company, 6 inches long with a red fabric tassel. See bookmark  $10

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STAR TREK - THE NEXT GENERATION CARDS: Impel, 1991, Unopened pack from the 25th Anniversary Series I set, sticky spot on front where a price tag was removed, 12 cards per pack.  $1

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STAR TREK 25TH ANNIVERSARY TRADING CARDS SERIES 1 AND 2 SET: Impel, 1991, Complete 310 Card Set, Average NM, cards alternate between series with the odd numbered cards having scenes from the original Star Trek TV series and the even numbered cards having scenes from Star Trek The Next Generation. Sharp images that include scenes from the TV shows, cast shots, effects shots, artwork, comic book covers, collector plates, blueprints, insignias, credits, and all 4 checklists. See sample cards  $32


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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE (1979)

STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE ENTERPRISE PROMOTIONAL CARD: 1979, 10.5 inch square card that opens into a 10.5 x 16 inch color shot of the new USS Enterprise with 6 insert shots from the film, plus 2.5 inches of text on either side, VF condition, printed on heavy stock, has blurbs about the new film in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. See promo card  $15

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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE POSTER PROMOTIONAL CARD: 1979, 10.5 inch square card that opens into a 10.5 x 21 inch color reproduction of the move poster with artwork by Bob Peak, VF+ condition, printed on heavy stock, Star Trek TMP film logos on front and back. See promo card  $15

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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE COLLECTOR'S ACTION SHOTS: 1979, General Mills Cereal Trix Box partial back panel, size 7 1/2 x 7 1/8 inches, with color photo cards measuring 3 5/8 x 5 1/8 inches, includes #2 USS Enterprise (VG/Ex due to minor bottom crease, no color break) and #11 Mr. Scott (NM), above the cards are the ST: TMP logo with "Collector's Action Shots" and below promotional text to look for the other 16 photo cards in the set on more General Mills cereals, back has usual box glue stains. See panel  $12

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STARLOG MAGAZINE #25: August 1979, VF. Star Trek's new USS Enterprise by Mike Minor cover. Dale Enzenbacher's bronze sculptures, Ray Bradbury interview, the making of "The Thing," Mike Minor interview with color paintings shown including a USS Enterprise centerfold, lighting the Enterprise, "Alien" photos, Star Trek: TMP progress report, Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum, fantasy art pinball machines, Special Effects: Part 19 - Careers 2 with Frank Van Der Veer, Star Trek report by Susan Sackett, plus news pieces. See cover  $11

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CINEFANTASTIQUE MAGAZINE Volume 9, #2: Winter 1979, NM, In-depth article on the making of "Salem's Lot," Ron Miller and Gary Nelson discuss "The Black Hole," Interviews with Charles H. Schneer, Ray Harryhausen and Desmond Davis about "Clash Of The Titans," "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" interviews with cast and crew, one pagers for "Time After Time," "Arabian Adventure," "The Amityville Horror," "The Muppet Movie," "The Shape Of Things To Come," "The Mafu Cage," "Legend Of The Wolf Woman," "Americathon," "Tanya's Island," "Buck Rogers," "The Fog," and more! See cover  $15

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MARVEL COMICS SUPER SPECIAL MAGAZINE #15: December 1979, NM/M ($1.50 cover printing edition). Star Trek: The Motion Picture film adaptation; Bob Larkin cover art, Dave Cockrum interior artwork, articles on Star Trek with cast and Enterprise stills from the movie, interview with Jesco von Puttkamer. See cover  $28

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STARLOG MAGAZINE #30: January 1980, NM. Star Trek: The Motion Picture cover. Star Trek: TMP special issue: Director Robert Wise interviewed, Walter Koenig's Trek diary, Production Designer Harold Michaelson, "The Questor Tapes," Martin Bower miniatures, stuntwomen, Special Effects: Part 24 - the matte-scan with Harrison Ellenshaw, plus news pieces. See cover  $18

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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE HANDBILL: Cinema International Corporation handbill from Israel, circa-1980, VF/NM, yellow colored paper with black lettering all in Hebrew, except for "Star Trek" in bold letters, size 7.5 x 12 inches, horizontally oriented. A rare and unusual item, to say the least. See handbill  $15

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CINEFANTASTIQUE MAGAZINE Volume 9, #3/4: Spring 1980, NM, wraparound "Black Hole" cover artwork by David B. Mattingly, 94 page double size issue extensively devoted to very detailed coverage of Disney’s "The Black Hole," complete with many special effects shots and pre-production artwork, "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" with some original TV series photos, matte painter Peter Ellenshaw interviewed, a look back at the genre films of the 1970s, one pagers for "Meteor," Stephen King’s "Salem's Lot," "The Final Countdown," "Mark Of The Beast," "The Coming," "The Aftermath," "Peeping Tom," "Brave New World," "Dressed To Kill," "The Godsend," and more! (2 copies available) See cover  $20

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STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN (1982)

STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN PROMOTIONAL SLICK: NM, 4-pages, color, slick paper stock, 8.25 x 11 inch 1982 promo for the film. "At the End of the Universe Lies the Beginning of Vengeance" tag with a streaking comet on the front; collage centerfold with scenes from the film and the title logo; cast photo, promo text and credits on the back with "Opens at a Theatre Near You June 4" tag at the bottom. See back cover  $10

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CINEFANTASTIQUE MAGAZINE Volume 12, #4: May-June 1982, VF, Detailed coverage of Paul Schrader's "Cat People" (includes Albert Whitlock's visual effects and Tom Burman's make-up), retrospective on Val Lewton's 1942 "Cat People," Nicholas Meyer and "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan," "Tron" (includes Disney's computer animation), "The Thing," one pagers for "Road Warriors," "Slumber Party Massacre," "Megaforce," "Krull," "Swamp Thing," "Conan The Barbarian," "Battletruck," "Night In The Crypt," and more! See cover  $10

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CINEFANTASTIQUE MAGAZINE Volume 12, #5/6 : July-August 1982, VF/NM, 94 page double size issue, Detailed coverage of "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan," (includes all of ILM's visual effects), Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" (includes Douglas Trumbull's visual effects and the Spinner models), Ralph McQuarrie's "Revenge Of The Jedi" artwork, retrospective on Howard Hawk's "The Thing," David Cronenberg's "Videodrome," Ralph Bakshi's "Fire & Ice" (with Frank Frazetta), Jack Clayton and "Something Wicked This Way Comes," "Possession," one pagers for "Deathwatch," "The Plague Dogs," "Poltergeist," "Xtro," "Nannaz," "Brainstorm," "Firefox," "Endangered Species," "Basket Case," "The Road Warrior," "Quest For Fire," "Cat People," and more! See cover  $24

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STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN TRADING CARD SET: 1982, FTCC, Complete NM-M Set of 30 oversized, 5 x 7 inch, cards with all 4 different polybag wrappers. Includes shots of the main cast in posed publicity stills and in scenes taken directly from the movie, also a couple of ship model shots. Kirk, Spock, Khan, and The USS Enterprise are on the wrappers. Nicely produced set with some 5 x 7 photos worthy of framing! You can see a sample wrapper set in the next listing. See sample card front and back  All for $32

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STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN FTCC TRADING CARD WRAPPER SET: Complete NM set of 4 different oversized wrappers, 5 x 7 inches, issued in 1982. These are polybags not wax paper wrappers. Includes Kirk, Spock, Khan, and The USS Enterprise. See wrapper set  $9.50

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STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN: 1982, FTCC, Empty Wax Pack Box in Ex+ condition with the top lid perforations not punched, box is actually closer to NM condition but there are some surface scuffs on the lid that force me to down grade it, box not flattened, head shots of Kirk (William Shatner) and Khan (Ricardo Montalban) on the long side panels. See box top  $10

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STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK (1984)

STAR TREK MOVIE SPECIAL: STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK: DC Comics, 1984 Film adaptation, NM/M, 64 page special, Howard Chaykin cover art with interior artwork by Tom Sutton. See cover  $7

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STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK TRADING CARDS: FTCC, 1984, Lot of 4 cards, #s 6, 23, 35, 36. All NM-M. Chekov, Sulu, the Spock child and Klingons. See sample card  All 4 for $1

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STAR TREK III: THE SEARCH FOR SPOCK: 1984, FTCC, Unopened Wax Pack fresh from the box, while we still call them "wax packs," this really has a polybag wrapper. See wax pack  $1

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ALL OTHER STAR TREK RELATED MATERIAL

WHO'S WHO IN STAR TREK #1 & #2: DC Comics, March & April 1987, Complete Mint Set, 48 page issues, great reference work. Howard Chaykin wraparound cover art, interior artwork by John Byrne, Gray Morrow, Todd McFarlane, George Perez, Walt Simonson, Curt Swan, and many others. Guide Value is $24+ See both covers  Both for $15

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STAR TREK: THE COMPLETE CINEMA CARD COLLECTION: Skybox, 1994, Six Complete Mint Sets from the first six theatrical films, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, The Wrath Of Khan, The Search For Spock, The Voyage Home, The Final Frontier, and The Undiscovered Country. Nice oversized cards with beautiful color images from the films. Each set of 72 cards is sealed in its original box and the entire set of 6 is sealed in a presentation pack. (2 sets available) Retailed at $150. See full set  Over 60% off retail - my price is only $55

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TV GUIDE MAGAZINE #2529: September 15-21, 2001, VF/NM, Special Fall Preview Issue: Key Premieres of ENTERPRISE (Scott Bakula and Cast), Alias (Jennifer Garner), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Cast Photos), Crossing Jordan (Jill Hennessy, Miguel Ferrer), 24 (Kiefer Sutherland), Smallville (Tom Welling, Kristin Kreuk), and Scrubs (Cast Shot - Chalk, Reyes, Braff). Also premiering, No Boundaries (Richard Dreyfuss), Emeril (Emeril Lagasse), Bob Patterson (Jason Alexander), The Guardian (Dabney Coleman), Philly (Kim Delaney), According To Jim (Jim Belushi), The Bernie Mac Show, Wolf Lake (Lou Diamond Phillips), The Tick (Patrick Warburton), The Agency (Will Patton, Gloria Reuben), The Ellen Show (Ellen DeGeneres), Danny (Daniel Stern), Maybe It's Me (Fred Willard), Thieves (John Stamos), Pasadena (Dana Delany), Reba (Reba McEntire), Raising Dad (Bob Saget), Surviving Gilligan's Island, and more. Trisha Yearwood mini-interview, 53rd Emmy Awards close-up.  Jill Hennessy, Kim Delaney and Jennifer Garner on cover. First Fall issue to break $2 at $2.49. Tucson, AZ Edition. See cover  $28

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STAR TREK BEAM-UP BADGE with CEREAL BOX: Kellogg's cereal premium in Frosted Mini-Wheats, issued 2009, MIP/still sealed in original package (actually double factory sealed, so it's Super-MIP), approximately 1.5 x 2.5 inches, silver plastic, Starfleet Engineering Badge. There were 5 different badges in this promotion. Also with this premium is the original Frosted Mini-Wheats box it came in. Box is in excellent condition with very minor manufacturing compression lines at the top, box is NOT flattened. Kirk, Spock and the Enterprise are on the back panel, along with images of all the badge premiums. See premium and box back panel  Both for $10

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