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2010 Artbox Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 trading cards follow a similar format as other films in the franchise with autographs, prop and costume cards garnering much of the attention.
2009 Topps JONAS trading cards are based on the short-lived Jonas Brothers Disney Channel show. The simple checklist includes only base cards and stickers.
2004 Topps Star Wars Heritage trading cards take a retro approach to all six original trilogy and prequel films. This is the first set to include sketch cards from the films.
2007 Rittenhouse Xena: Dangerous Liaisons is the card maker's final set of trading cards for the show. Autographs aren't a major focus but each box has a pair of costume cards.
1955 Topps Rails and Sails tells the tail of trains and boats. Beyond that, it also happens to be one beautiful set.
The 2010 Breygent Ghost Whisperer San Diego Comic-Con exclusives feature a mix of autographs, costume and prop cards. Signatures from Jennifer Love Hewitt and Hillary Duff are among them.
2010 Rittenhouse Women of Star Trek trading cards focus on the ladies of all five shows, from the original series through to Enterprise. Boxes have three autographs and a pair of costume cards.
2007 Breygent Vintage Poster Collection: Classic Sci-Fi and Horror trading cards showcase some of the greatest genre posters of all-time. All cards are over-sized and inserts include autographs and sketch cards.
2000 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 4 follow a similar pattern as the sets that came before it. The autograph checklist, which isn't the strongest, is led by Emma Caulfield.
2000 Upper Deck Christina Aguilera trading cards highlight the early part of the singer's career. The checklist includes an extremely tough autograph card.