Star Trek 1967 (R.W. Grace reprint 1981)
Leaf (USA) Reprinted Series Star Trek 1967 (R.W. Grace reprint 1981) Star Trek 1967 (R.W. Grace reprint 1981) L72 - This is a W.B. Grace 1981 reprint of the rare 1967 Leaf Gum series of black and white pictures from the original Star Trek television series, classic shots with the story on the back. We find Captain Kirk, Dr. McCoy, Mr Spock etc. going boldly in the Starship Enterprise to tackle all kinds of challenges presented by a mad scientist, attacks by aliens, equipment failure etc. Highly recommended. Size 87 x 61mm.
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Star Trek 1967 (R.W. Grace reprint 1981)

Issuer: Leaf (USA) Condition: Mint Description: This is a W.B. Grace 1981 reprint of the rare 1967 Leaf Gum series of black and white pictures from the original Star Trek television series, classic shots with the story on the back. We find Captain Kirk, Dr. McCoy, Mr Spock etc. going boldly in the Starship Enterprise to tackle all kinds of challenges presented by a mad scientist, attacks by aliens, equipment failure etc. Highly recommended. Size 87 x 61mm. Number of cards in set: L72 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Only £12.50

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