In honor of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary, Beckett is offering a free Star Trek price guide. The Guide covers regular trading cards as well as CCG cards and action figures. The price guide is 39 pages long and quite comprehensive compared to the Non-Sports Update’s Star Trek section of their price guide. Some of the numbers are incredibly high compared to actual sale prices but lots of the cards are fairly reasonably valued. As with any price guide, the values are only a starting point. Be sure to check the most recent sale prices on Ebay and also be sure to check the card values here on their respective set pages.
Click here if you are having problems downloading the 2016 Star Trek Price Guide.
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I was just given a binder full of trading cards it looks like it’s a complete set of TOS & TNG there are Paramount cards from 91, 92 & 93 there are cards from Skybox in 96 + 97 are the valuable.