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2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Trading Cards

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Trading Cards



Set Checklist

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Checklist

Base Set Checklist

26 cards.

01 The New Guy
02 The New Guy
03 Trials
04 Trials
05 Love Sick
06 Love Sick
07 Queen For a Day
08 Queen For a Day
09 3..2..1
10 3..2..1
11 Don't Hate the Player
12 Don't Hate the Player
13 Past Imperfect
14 Past Imperfect
15 The 40th Floor
16 The 40th Floor
17 Shadows
18 Shadows
19 Insatiable
20 Insatiable
21 Emily Lake
22 Emily Lake
23 Stand
24 Stand
25 The Greatest Gift
26 The Greatest Gift

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Autograph Set Checklist - Photo Design

All autographs inserted one per pack.

EL=Extremely Limited (200 or less), VL=Very Limited (200-300), L=Limited (300-500)

Eddie McClintock as Pete Lattimer VL
Saul Rubinek as Artie Nielsen VL
Aaron Ashmore as Steve Jinks VL

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Autograph Set Checklist - Farnsworth Design

All autographs inserted one per pack.

EL=Extremely Limited (200 or less), VL=Very Limited (200-300), L=Limited (300-500)

David Anders as Jonah Raitt L
Aaron Ashmore as Steve Jinks VL
Rene Auberjonois as Hugo Miller VL
Kate Mulgrew as Jane Lattimer EL
CCH Pounder as Mrs. Irene Frederic VL

Relic Costume Card Checklist

Inserted two per pack.

Claudia Donovan in Regrets
Claudia Donovan in Don't Hate the Player
Marcus Diamond in Emily Lake
H.G. Wells in 3..2..1
H.G. Wells in 3..2..1
H.G. Wells in Emily Lake
H.G. Wells in Emily Lake
Mrs. Irene Frederic in The 40th Floor
Steve Jinx in The 40th Floor
Leena in The New Guy
Myka Bering in 13.1
Myka Bering in Queen For a Day
Myka Bering in Duped
Myka Bering in Duped
Pete Lattimer in Queen For a Day
Pete Lattimer in Queen For a Day
Pete Lattimer in 13.1
Pete Lattimer in 13.1
Artie Nielsen in MacPherson
Artie Nielsen in MacPherson
Jane Lattimer in Stand
Amanda Lattimer in Queen For a Day

Snag It, Tag It, Bag It Set Checklist

Inserted one per pack. A38 exclusive to Rittenhouse Rewards Catalog.

A29 Mary Mallon's Butcher Knife
A30 Joshua's Trumpet
A31 Beatrix Potter Tea set
A32 Collodi Bracelet
A33 Mr. Mental's Mind Reading Fezzes
A34 Marilyn Monroe's Hair Brush
A35 Richard Nixon's Shoes
A36 Pavlov's Bell
A37 W.C. Fields' Juggling Balls
A38 Philip Van Doren Stern's Upholstery Brush

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Incentives Set Checklist

Incentives given for ordering the stated number of boxes.

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Promo Cards Checklist

Product Details

User Rating:

The hit cable show returns for a third time with 2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3. Like the last set, it's another premium pack release. This gives collectors a box worth of hits in a single pack.

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 comes with an autograph and two relic cards in every pack. Signers for the set include series regulars Eddie McClintock (Pete Lattimer), Saul Rubinek (Artie Nielson), Allison Scagliotti (Claudia) and CCH Pounder (Mrs. Irene Frederic). The autograph lineup also has several notable guest stars like Kate Mulgrew, Jeri Ryan, Aaron Ashmore and the Bionic Woman, Lindsay Wagner.

Other high-end hits come courtesy of incentives. Those ordering two boxes of 2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 get a Saul Rubinek autographed relic card. An Eddie McClintock autographed relic is the incentive for ordering four boxes. Those that take eight boxes get a 2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Archives box that has a complete run of pack-inserted cards plus incentives.

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 has a print run of 200 boxes.

Product Configuration: 15 packs per box, 6 cards per pack
Price Point: High-End Entertainment Card
Target Audience: Warehouse 13 Fans, Autograph Collectors, TV Memorabilia Collectors

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Box Break

  • 15 Autographs
  • 30 Relic Cards
  • 90 Total Cards
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Product Review

2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Product Review

Reviewed by Ryan Cracknell

Good: Three hits per pack, continuity in design, several well-known guest star autographs notable for things outside the show, limited print run.

Bad: Autograph repetition from previous sets, tough to build a base set.

The Bottom Line: With just 200 boxes, there's no denying the rarity of 2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3. On its own, it's an extremely strong set for the premium crowd, delivering an autograph and two costume cards in every pack. But with several of the key signers repeats from previous releases, it's starting to take its toll on the overall value. This is especially magnified by the justifiably high price per pack. For those who haven't done any of the previous Warehouse 13 sets, they'll like have less of an issue with the repetition. Collectors who have been with the franchise since the beginning may find themselves starting to tire of the repetition.

Staff Rating:
3.4 / 5.0

Card Design: 3.5/5.0

Sticking with what's worked in the past, 2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season maintains the same designs as the first two sets. Base cards have a horizontal design that's clean. Cards are printed on high-quality glossy stock, which seems appropriate for a premium pack product. The photos are sharp and do a good job of capturing both the characters and the special effects.

Once again, autographs come in two designs, although most use one based on a handheld device from the show. The signer's face is shown through a small circular window, leaving generous space for the signature. Three autographs use a more traditional design.

The best looking cards in the set are the costume relics. The swatch is integrated nicely by being placed inside a crate, which is extremely appropriate for the show. A large shot showing the original costume on screen further adds to the overall visual appeal.

Artifact inserts return. These unique looking cards fold out to show and describe featured items from the show. They're quirky and appropriate, but, now in their third set, growing a little tiresome. That said, if you view the franchise as an ongoing series, it needs to be there. Perhaps, then, a new insert could have been added to freshen things up a little.

Checklist: 4.0/5.0

For these premium sets, I look to the autographs first. Rittenhouse has done a fantastic job at getting most of the main actors to sign once again. Better still is the fact that there are also several notable guest stars with autographs. The Bionic Woman, Lindsay Wagner, is in the set, as is Jeri Ryan and Kate Mulgrew, who are both famous for their major roles in the Star Trek Universe.

The extensive list of costume cards also ensures strong variety. They also focus on main characters. This is good for fans of the show who may not be, traditionally, card collectors as it should promise a key card from one of the show's primary cast.

Although the base set is small, a massive checklist isn't required. With just 13 episodes to draw from, each is summarized over two cards. That said, it's extremely tough to put a set together as there are just a pair of base cards in every pack.

Value: 3.0/5.0

Rittenhouse does a good job of squeezing a lot into every pack, but collectors shouldn't expect huge returns from a monetary perspective. The limited nature of the product ensures a good level of rarity throughout. The serial numbering of the costume cards and Artifacts inserts further bolsters this perception. At the same time, there isn't a lot that feels new here. The designs are the same and the composition is familiar. This waters down the value of not only this release but the ones that came before it as well. Repeat signers aren't a bad thing when they're genuine superstars. But that's not the case with Warehouse 13. While there are lots of respected actors, none are household names.

The Fun Factor: 3.0/5.0

If you're a fan of Warehouse 13 and this is your first go at cards from the show, it's doubtful you'll be disappointed. All of the cards live up to the "premium" label. They capture the key parts of the show. At the same time, those who have been with these cards from the beginning may have a hard time getting into the repetitive aspects. The guest star autographs help but may not go quite far enough.

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2012 Rittenhouse Warehouse 13 Season 3 Trading Cards, reviewed by Ryan Cracknell on 2013-01-17T08:04:00+00:00 rating 3.4 out of 5

Ryan Cracknell  |  E-Mail Author
Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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