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Napkins tablecloth


General Mills Napkins and Tablecloth

Luncheon napkins by Pioneer Products Inc. and General Mills. Copyright 1978. 16 3-ply napkins measuring 13 1/2 by 13 1/2 inch square. Original price 79 cents.

Galactica tablecloth by Pioneer Products of Ocala, Fla., and General Mills Measures 54 inches by 88 inches. Original price $1.29. Pictures from the collection of Mary Wernke.


Glasses
Glasses Sales display


Steak n Shake Glasses

Free glasses given away at Stean N' Shake, 6 inches high, four styles available. Apollo, tarbuck, Adama and a Cylon. Dated 1979 Universal Studios.

This set of glasses was advertised using a great cuttout of two cylons standing either side of a waitress.

Glasses picture from the collection of Alan Piper.


Dishware set


Dishware set

Obviously aimed at the younger Galactica fans, this set contains a bowl, plate and two mugs. If you have anymore info on who made this then please let me know.

From the collection of Dale Long.


Masks


Party Masks

Deluxe Party Masks by Pioneer Products and General Mills. Two of Apollo, two of Cylons. Copyright 1978. Picture from the collection of Mary Wernke.


Candy Cake Decoration


Candy Cake Decoration

Made by Betty Crocker and costing all of $1.49 this would have been great on top of your birthday cake. At one point this would have been edible, but I'm guessing after so many years it's probably best not to. Copyright 1978. Picture from the collection of Dale Long.


Cold Cast Battlestar Galactica


Cold Cast Battlestar Galactica

A great statue of the Galactica to have on your desk at work. Modeled by Ron Mendell for a company called Legends in 3 Dimensions copyright 1996. There is also a version of the Cylon Basestar.


Cold Cast Battlestar Galactica Box

And here is the box this model came in. Pictures from the collection of Alan Piper.


notepad notebook


Notepad and Notebook

Notepad pencil tablet by the Mead Corp. of Dayton, OH, copyright 1978, measures 8 x 10 inches, 100 ruled sheets. 8 1/2 x 11 inch notebook with 60 sheets by the Mead Corp. Pictures from the collection of Mary Wernke.


Folders Folders


Folders

Three folders available from Mead Corp. of Dayton, Ohio, copyright 1978 Universal Studios, stock number 33286. Both Measure 12 1/2 inches by 19 1/2 inches opened. The first shows different images of tigh, Adama, boomer and Starbuck. The second has and image of Boxey and Muffet on both the front and back. The thrid features Imperious Leader and a Cylon. These would have orginally set you back 36 cents. The first two pictures are from the collection of Mary Wernke. The third from Glen Glen Mullaly.


Postcard


Battlestar Galactica Armageddon Postcard

A cool piece of advertising for Richard Hatch's first book. Doesn't say much about the book, but has a great picture of the cover artwork. In bookstores july 97.


The Thirteenth Tribe I.D. and Keyring


The Thirteenth Tribe I.D. and Keyring

The Thirteenth tribe was a UK based fanzine that ran for 20 years. If you joined the Thirteenth Tribe you get sent these two cool items, and key ring, and a personalised I.D. card, as well as 4 fanzines a year. Unfortunatly it isn't running anymore so these items could get quite collectable.



Galactica 2003 Keyring


Galactica 2003 Keyring

This is a promotional keyring sent out by the Sci-fi channel to promote their remake of the show. Thanks to Daniel Earnshaw for sending me this.



Pin Badges


Pin Badges

These Pin Badges look very 70s but unfortunatly don't have any details printed on them. The images are printed on some sparkly silver paper and measure 2 1/2 inches.


Badges


Pin Badges

I don't think these badges are offical merchendise but I though they looked quite cool. The badges are and inch and a half in size and feature pictures of Apollo, Starbuck, Adama and Muffit.


Battle Star


Battle Star

Made by Worcester of Bayshore, New York in the late 1970's this vinyl case opens up into a 3 feet wide base containing cardboard vehicles. This toy is not an official Galatica piece of merchandise, but does look pretty cool. It was purchased in the early 80s from J.C. Penney. Picture from the collection of Mary Wernke.