Published On: Fri, Mar 31st, 2017

Star Wars Galaxy cards review: price guide, inserts and cards for sale

The Star Wars Galaxy cards: Series 1, 1993 and then Series 2 and 3 in 1994, 1995 respectively. While the base set of cards from Topps were common, many of the most popular characters and artists became the most collected.

The entire 1993 Topps Star Wars Galaxy set is dedicated to art — 140 cards with six Etched Foil cards, which fit together to form a puzzle. Those cards were inserted 1:18 packs.

Star Wars Galaxy cards, series 1 1993

Topps also issued 10,000 factory sets. Each came packaged inside a container shaped like the Millennium Falcon and was foil embossed.

Series 2 were numbered beginning at 141, and ending at 275. There were six chase cards for the set, also numbered as a continuation of the Series I set; 7 through 12.

A Factory Set was also available for the Galaxy Series 2 cards. The Factory Set contained 135 regular cards, a “Coming Soon” card, Ralph McQuarrie #00 card, a Series 2 limited edition hologram, Widevision SWP#0, and Foils 7-12 done with a lighter background than their standard issue counterparts. The Factory Set was packaged in a tin.

Series 3 completed the work begun in Star Wars Galaxy Series 1 and 2 with cards in the set are numbered 276 – 365. Six more etched foil puzzle cards completed the set, numbered 13-18. This set also had a subset of the cards bear a small gold stamp with the Lucas Arts logo – 12 cards. There are six additional inserts, chase cards called Clear Zone — all of bounty hunters.

Following the pattern in their sports lines, Topps issued of cards with a small gold foil “first day production” stamp in one corner. It is possible to complete a full set of first day cards.

It wasn’t until 2009 when a series 4 arrived. Here Topps was praised for reaching out to both established artists within the Lucasfilm universe, and to new artists to create a selection of wonderful images can be found on the 120 base cards for Star Wars Galaxy 4.

Approximately every 3rd pack contained a chase card with extremely rare hologram foil parallel cards.

The card series were continued in subsequent years. Check back for updates as we compile lists, card to sell and details for each set.

A general overview of the prices can be found on the next page(s)

Star Wars Galaxy series 1 card, #20 Boba Fett’s first appearance on the Star Wars Holiday Special

From a website dedicated to the Star Wars Holiday Special: “In this series, card #19 and card #20 both featured art from The Star Wars Holiday Special on both sides, as well as a small blurb about the Special on the back. This is one of the few instances where the Holiday Special has been officially recognized after its initial 1978 airing.


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