2007 Topps Star Wars 30th Anniversary is one of the biggest and most comprehensive sets of trading cards to come from the franchise. The set includes the first autograph card of Harrison Ford.
2000-2010 Entertainment Trading Cards
2002 Topps Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Collector’s Update fills in gaps left by the first set. The chase is led by the first costume cards for the franchise.
While the 2005 Inkworks Sopranos Season 1 trading card set was a disappointment upon its initial release, the set is actually strong once you get beyond the lack of key autographs. Get full details on the set as well as a look at what might have been autograph-wise if the line continued.
2001 Topps Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring kicked off one of the most successful trading card lines of all time. The release is highlighted by autographs from nearly all the key cast members.
2006 Artbox Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Update expands upon the film’s first release. Highlights include a pair of Daniel Radcliffe autographs, one of which also has Robert Pattinson’s signature.
2004 Topps Star Wars Heritage is the first set to include cards from all six of the original films. It’s also the first set to have sketch cards from the films as well. High-end autographs also highlight the release.
2005 Artbox Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is highlighted by a loaded autograph list. Signers include Robert Pattinson, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman and Miranda Richardson.
With all three main cast members signing, 2004 Artbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Update boasts one of the most potent autograph lineups of all-time. The release is also highlighted by serial-numbered costume and prop cards.
The company’s first set for the franchise, 2004 Artbox Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is one of the most popular entertainment trading card sets in recent history. A strong autograph lineup includes Emma Watson and Gary Oldman.
2006 Artbox Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets recaps the second film in the hugely popular franchise. Autographs, costume and prop cards are among the set’s most popular. Kenneth Branagh is the key autograph signer.
Recapping the first film in the mega-popular franchise, 2005 Artbox Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is highlighted by a broad mix of autographs, costume and prop cards. John Cleese and John Hurt are the lead signers.