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Wax Packet trading Cards
Topps Stickers


1978 Topps Trading Cards and Stickers

The original trading cards consisted of 132 numbered cards and 22 stickers. Each cards show's an image from the film with either a small quote on the back or part of two larger puzzles.

The main puzzle is of the movie poster, and the second of an Ovion. Click to see the puzzles:- Puzzle One and Puzzle Two Before the card were released, and sales sheet order form was sent to prospective shops. to see this sheet, click Here. Click Here to see a special 3 pack offer. 3 packs for 20 cents. Not a bad price. Thanks to Mark Dumar for this image.

I am now only missing 18 stickers, if anyone can help me finish my collection it would be much appreciated. I have loads of swaps to trade with. The stickers I need are:- 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.


Wonderbread Cards


1978 Wonder bread Trading Cards

Wonder bread released a set of 36 trading cards featuring some very nice images, plus a one line quote on the back. My favourite quote is 'Muffit tried hard, but learning all those tricks was not an easy thing to do, even for a droid'. If you can help me finish my set I would be very greatfull, the last Card I need:- 17. I have plenty of cards to trade so get in touch.


Spanish Sticker Book


Spanish Sticker Book

This is only the second copy of this sticker album that I have ever seen. It consists of 243 stickers with pictures taken from the movie. Made by Maga s.l. Espania. Now this really is a long shot, but if anyone has any spare stickers for this I am missing stickers:- 29, 43, 66, 74, 86, 90, 122, 126, 130, 143, 144, 182, 187, 207, 225.


Sticker Packet Dart Flipcards


Dart Flipcards

Here you can see the trading cards produced by Dart Flipcards inc in 1996. There are 72 cards produced with a metalic finish, they contain some new interpretations of scenes from Battlestar Galactica plus some old favourites.

A Big Big thank you to Rick Perriguey who supplied me with all the cards I was missing! Cheers...

Sticker Packet


Rittenhouse Trading Cards

2004 saw the release of a new set of cards. This set contains some great new stills from all episodes of the show, with special collectors cards featuring Autographs, Sketches and much more. Published by Rittenhouse.

As far I know this is what you can get:- Basic cards x72, Galactica 1980 Cards x20, Colonial Warriors Cards x9, ArtifFEX Cards, SketchaFEX Cards, Autograph Cards.

You can see the sales sheet sent out to shop owners by clicking Here.


Colonial Warriors cards

Colonial Warriors Packet


Rittenhouse Colonial Warriors Trading Cards

Rittenhouse have now released another set of cards entitled Colonial Warriors. This set includes images of that from both the original show, and Galactica 1980. As with all card set these days there are many rare cards and special limited cards to collect. All of which go for a crazy price on ebay. Published by Rittenhouse 1995.

As far I know this is what you can get:- Basic cards x72, Bonus Cards x54, Casting Call Cards x9, ArtifFEX Cards x9, Tribute Cards x2, Costume Cards x10, Autograph Costume Cards x4, Autograph Cards x12.

You can see the sales sheet for the Warriors cards by clicking Here.


Battlestar Galactica Official Calendar 79


Battlestar Galactica Official Calendar 79

From 1979. What more could you want to help you arrange your year. There is a great double page picture of the of a Cylon in the centre of the calender. You can have a look at the picture Here. Each Month featured and image on the top page and then the dates on the bootom. Click Here to see Novembers picture of Apollo.

Thanks to Glen Mullaly for the cover scans.


Battlestar Galactica Official Calendar 80


Battlestar Galactica Official Calendar 80

From 1980. The must have sold enough copies in the first you to do it all again.
Thanks to Mark Dumar for the cover scan.



Bottle Tops

Bottle Tops

These Bottle tops came from Argentina. There are anything up to 50 in a set featuring a range of illustrations. Thanks to Mark Daniels for sending me these. The three I have are tittled - 11. Boxey, 14. Ovion, and 36. Radar Cylon. You can see a few more of caps by clicking Here.

Galactica Stickers


Stickers

As far as I know these stickers came from Argentina in the late 70's. They measure 3 1/2 inches square and are printed on quite touch looking plastic. There is no information on them as to when or who made them so if you know, please get in touch.


Conquest of Earth Poster


Conquest of Earth Poster

This is one of the few items available from the Galactica 1980 series. Printed in England by Lonsdale and Bartholomew.


Postcard


Battlestar Galactica Livingston Postcard

This postcard was available to buy at the Universal theme park in the late 70's and early 80's. Find out more about the park in the Battle of Galactica Section.


Battlestar Galactica Fan Club Flyer


Battlestar Galactica Fan Club Flyer

This flyer was received by Mary Wernke in May 1979 after the she had written to Universal Studios for some more information on the show. It's an invitation to join the official fanclub offering a quartely newsletter, pictures and a whole host more. You can see and read larger scans of the document by clicking here and here.

Cubits


Cubits

Again bought from The Thirteeth Tribe these are plastic reproduction cubits. Although they are not as good as the metal ones, they are a lot cheaper. They come in two different designs and are great for playing cards with.


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.


Folders


Comark Plastics Wallpaper

This is what every Galactica fan needs, BSG Wallpaper. Produced by Comark Plastics. Check out this great Picture of a room decked out with a whole load of Galactica stuff. If you ever had this wallpaper or have any other images of it, please drop me an email. Thanks to Lee K. Seitz for sending these to me.