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Childs Belt


Childs Belt

I can't think of much to say about this, it's a belt, and it's for a child. The information has been worn of this belt, so if anybody knows who made it I would love to here from you.


Cex Shoes


Trainers by Chex

A great pair of Chex trainers featuring an image of Starbuck on the sole and the Battlestar logo on the side. not sure why you would want to walk on starbuck's face allt he time. But they would have made you the star of any playground. Thanks to Mark Dumar.


Cylon Costume


Cylon Costume

Another great item, this costume comes with a really cool Cylon Mask. It's just a shame the outfit does not look like the rest of the Cylon. You could also get a version that looks like a Colonial Warrior and one that looks like Muffey. Made by Collegeville Flag and MFG Co.

Click the link to see some images of the Cylon mask prototypes produced before they chose the final design. Mask Prototype.


Childs Pyjama top


Childs Pyjama top

I would have loved to have had Pyjamas like this when I was young! Unfortunatly the label has been cut out so I don'd know who made them except that they are copyright 1979. This is the first item in my collection that features and image of Lucifer. Considering he was a major character I find this quite strange. If you know anything more about these please drop me an email.


Poncho


Poncho

Don't know anything about this except it has a great technicolor version of the logo on it. Thanks to Rich bradshaw for sending me this image. Here is another great image of the poncho, from the collection of Nick Henderson. If you know anything more about these please drop me an email.


Sew on Patch


Warrior Sleeve Patch

These are modern reproductions of the ones seen on the warriors jackets in the show. This was bought from The Thirteenth Tribe fan club. They are made really well and can make any jacket look cool.


Iron-on Transfers


Battlestar Galactica Iron-on Transfer Book

Published by Windmill Books / E.P Dutton, New York in 1979. This bokk contains 12 images that can be cut out and ironed onto and T-shirt, pillowcase, sheet etc. The 12 images are pretty nice but nothing that isn't used elsewhere. I haven't tried using any of them as I doubt after 20 years that the iron material still works. Click here to see a T-shirt with one of these iron-ons already added. Picture courtesy of Mary Wernke.