The 2005 Inkworks LOST Season 1 Pieceworks cards feature screen-used costume swatches from more than a dozen key characters.
2002 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 6 Pieceworks are the first costume cards for the series. See a full gallery, checklist and more.
The 2005 Comic Images 24 Season 3 Memorabilia Cards feature pieces of costumes worn by most of the show's key characters.
1994 Cardz Muppets Take the Ice trading cards were intended to introduce young fans and collectors to the NHL and the world of hockey.
2011 Rittenhouse Stargate Universe Season 2 trading cards took on a premium format that included a pair of autographs in every pack.
2001 Inkworks Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 5 trading cards keep with a similar format as past sets. Michelle Trachtenberg and Amber Benson are among the autographs.
1971 Topps Brady Bunch trading cards remain extremely popular today with a standout design, great images and memorable subject matter. But it's not without some quirks.
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.
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.
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.