Complete DS9 Card Set
|Base Set-189||Allies and Enemies-27||1:3|
|Ships of the Dominion-9||1:18||Gallery Cards-10||1:40|
|Alternate Realities-7||1:80||Costume Cards-5||1:100|
Ten years after DS9 hit the airwaves, this card set takes collectors through a look back at all 176 episodes of DS9. Each episode gets a card in this 189 card base set. Two crew murals flesh out this comprehensive card set. As with Complete Voyager, the beginning of each season features one card showing the crew from that season. Many collectors were pleased to note that RA went back to the one image per front of the card, Some collectors missed the montage style as they felt it gave better episode coverage, which proves the old adage that sometimes you just can’t win.
- Ships of the Dominion- a 9-card foil set and a 27 card Allies and Enemies set. This set features many of the recurring characters from all seasons of DS9. Allies are shown with a blue background and enemies, red.
- The 7-card Alternate Realities set includes the main cast members as the alternate/mirror personalities.
- There are 5 costume cards, most with a variation. The Odo card is a binder exclusive.
- Each box netted two of a total of 25 autographs. The Autograph list included a new first signer, Colm Meaney, an autograph most collectors had been awaiting for years. There are two dual-autographs. One was a case topper of March and Walsh as the Duras sisters. The other was Dorn and Farrell in their wedding costumes. Several cards are listed as *limited*, between 300-500 and include Brooks, Meaney, Dorn, Visitor, Auberjonis, Siddig, Farrell, Combs, DeBoer, Todd and the Dual Signed Dorn and Farrell. A18 James Darren will not be included as an autograph signer. A26 Barry Jenner was added late to take his place. There is no A25.
From Rittenhouse’s forums: Almost all of the major stars of the show will be signing half as many autographs as the rest. The only two non-regular cast members that will also be limited are James Darren and Jeffrey Combs. The dual-autograph card from Michael Dorn and Terry Farrell will also be limited.
- Tony Todd signed some of his autograph cards with a symbol of a star and some without.
- Lawrence Monson signed in gold, perhaps as a convention signed card.
From Rittenhouse’s Forums: As a person who broke many cases, I can tell you that for every 5 Tony Todd autos, one of them had a star on it. And every Alexander Siddig auto had a different marking under his autograph.
|CC1 Quark Yellow and Green Striped Shirt||525|
|CC1 Quark Plaid Pants||200|
|CC2 Worf Red||275|
|CC2 Worf Black||550|
|CC3 Garak Black and Gree||300|
|CC3 Garak Green and Red||300|
|CC3 Garak Black and Green Pattern||225|
|CC4 Intendant Kira Shiney Silver and Black||300|
|CC4 Intendant Kira Dull Silver||625|
- P1-general distribution
- P2-NSU exclusive in issue Vol. 14, No. 3
- RAUKDS9-UK exclusive promo card, hand numbered to 500.Given to distributors for each case they ordered.
- Sell Sheet
- 15 Marked and 15 unmarked archive boxes. Boxes include full master sets except for an Odo costume card, the UK promo and any costume variations.
10 years ago, the Star Trek Universe bodly went where no previous Star Trek show had gone before. At the edge of the universe a previously occupied Cardassian mining station awaited its new commander and federation crew. In the seven years that followed fans were treated to what many feel was the most dramatic of all the Star Trek series. Today, Rittenhouse Archives captures all of the drama, the conflict, the love and the war in one huge 180-card set covering all 176 original episodes!
Fans and collectors alike will find everything they could hope for and more in this value packed series. For the first time ever, Colm Meaney who played Chief Miles O’Brien on Star Trek: The Next Generation and then on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine has agreed to sign his first offical autograph card for any Star Trek series. Joining Mr. Meaney will be many of his fellow cast members including Michael Dorn (Lt. Worf), Avery Brooks (Captain Sisko), Armin Shimerman (Quark), and more! Another aspect of Deep Space Nine that drew fans to the show as the great support cast members many of whom have also agreed to sign including: Wallace Shawn (Grand Nagus Zek), Jeffery Combs (Weyoun), J. G. Hertzler (General Martok), William Sadler (Sloan) and more! These exciting autograph card can be found 2 Per Box!
Also in this series will be the first ever Deep Space Nine costume cards. This 6-card subset will contain costume material from show worn costumes of Lt. Worf, Kira Nerys, Quark, Leeta and two others. Five of these cards will be inserted on an average of one in every 100 packs, while the sixth costume card of Kira Nerys (CHANGED TO ODO) will be exclusive to the collectors binder. The collectors binders will also contain an exclusive P3 promo card of the U.S.S. Defiant and 25 plastic 9-pocket pages to hold your collection.
Other chase subset for this series include a 27-card Allies and Enemeis set featuring many of the shows recurring characteres inserted 1:3 packs. A 9-card Ships of Deep Space Nine set featuring the ships used the show-defining Dominion War, a 10-card Altered Realities set showing the alternate versions of the crew from the Mirror, Mirror Universe and 9-card Deep Space Nine Gallery set.
Forty years ago the U.S.S Enterprise began it’s five year mission under the command of Captain James T. Kirk, and the face of science fiction television was forever changed. Five TV series and 10 films later, Star Trek celebrates it’s 40th birthday, and Rittenhouse Archives will mark this spectacular occasion with Star Trek: 40th Anniversary Trading Cards. Like the TV shows this set honors, this series will be the ground-breaking as it will be the first trading card set to feature all five TV shows and all five captains in one collection!
Each box of this set will feature 2 Costume Cards with 40 costume cards found in the packs to celebrate the 40th Anniversary. Costumes cards in this series will feature costumes worn by many of the shows’ stars and memorable guest stars including:
• Lt. Sulu
• Ezri Dax
• Deanna Troi
• Doctor Phlox
• Gul Danar
• Mea 3
|• Captain Jonathan Archer
• Chief Miles O’Brien
• Captain Jean-Luc Picard
• Captain Benjamin Sisko
• Ensign Chekov
• Major Kira Nerys
• Commissioner Bele
• Commander Dolim
• Tal Shiar
• Lenore Karidan
• Founder Leader
• DaiMon Goss
• Commander Charles Tucker
• Seven of Nine
• Major Hayes
• Captain Solok
Collectors should also be on the look-out for five autographed costume cards featuring signatures from William Shatner (Captain Kirk), Brent Spiner (Lt. Commander Data), Avery Brooks (Captain Sisko), Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine) and Scott Bakula (Captain Archer).
Rounding out the chase cards are several exciting sets including :
ArtiFEX™ Bridge Crew (1:13) – A 43-card set featuring all new original artwork of the series cast of the five shows from artists John Czop, Sean Pence, Douglas Shuler, Geoff Isherwood and Cynthia Cummens.
Star Trek TV Guide Covers (1:20) – The continuing series of TV Guide Covers featuring the crews of Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise. This set is exclusive to the US cases.
ArtiFEX™ Villains (1:40) – A 9-card set featuring all new original artwork by Warren Martineck of the various nemeses from all five shows.
Number One (1:40) – A six-card set dedicated to the First Officers.
Family (Box Topper) – Five 5×7 cards printed on canvas stock inserted one per box featuring the crew of each show.
For every two cases purchased of Star Trek 40th Anniversary Trading Cards you will receive an Exclusive Dual Costume Card of Captain Kirk and Captain Picard. For every six cases purchased you will receive an exclusive Star Trek Legends Card Signed by Patrick Stewart!
Fans and collectors will also be able to store their collection in a custom designed collector’s album which contains an exclusive costume card of Neelix and an exclusive Captain Sisko promo card.