FREE Star Trek Trading Cards and Action Figure Price Guide


When it comes to trading cards and collectibles, Star Trek has few equals. It’s an undisputed classic that has captured the imagination and passion of multiple generations of collectors. And as the franchise celebrates its 50th anniversary, we thought we’d get in on the celebration by putting together a Star Trek trading cards and action figure price guide.

And it’s free.

Star Trek 50th Anniversary

Beckett’s Star Trek 50th Anniversary Price Guide includes values for dozens of sets of trading cards dating back to the 1960s, popular toy lines, Funko POP! figures, trading card games and more.

The Star Trek trading card license has been held by many companies over the years, starting with Leaf in 1967. Topps, SkyBox and Rittenhouse are among the others to hold the line over the years, all of which are included in this free Star Trek price guide.

1967 Leaf Star Trek 26 Beam Out

Star Trek trading cards started out basic enough, but the line has evolved to the point where it is today with limited edition inserts, hundreds of autographs and even cards with pieces of screen-worn costumes.

Available as a PDF, the free Star Trek price guide is almost 40 pages so, depending on your download speed, it might take a few seconds. If you’re downloading it onto your phone and have a tight data plan, the Star Trek Price Guide is about 4.5 MB. As we’ve mentioned, there’s lots of great stuff in there and it’s totally worth it.

1999 SkyBox Star Trek TOS Season 3 Autographs Leonard Nimoy

So whether you’re curious about what your Star Trek trading card collection might be worth or are simply wondering about what’s out there, check it out.

Click here to download Beckett’s Star Trek 50th Anniversary Price Guide.

And if you’re looking to add Star Trek trading cards to your collection, the Beckett Marketplace has thousands available at competitive prices.


Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.


  1. Mark Janzen 9 January, 2017 at 21:30

    I was looking for the 1992 STNG set in the catalog, which is there, but the holograms are not. There were 4 silver and one gold holgram card. What is the reason for that omission? Is there a guide that includes them? Thanks

  2. Justin 23 January, 2018 at 00:16

    I have over a hundred Star Track next generation cards. ranging in different episodes i would like to sell them all just do not know how or who to contact, any ideas anyone. I also have alot of old baseball, foot ball and pokemon cards as well..

  3. Juliana 15 April, 2018 at 11:57

    Does anyone know the value, if any, of Star Trek Pogs? My father was a collector and has many things Star Trek related, Pogs being among them.

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