2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy Relic Cards Guide

2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy Relic Cards Guide

No Wookies were harmed in the making of 2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy. Ewoks, maybe, but definitely not Wookies. It took dozens of sets and more than 35 years, but the first pack-inserted Star Wars relic cards are finally here. One of the central hits in the release, 2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy Relic Cards include locks of hair, bits of fur and several sail swatches.

Relic cards come in three different varieties. Chewbacca hair is the rarest, falling 1:30 boxes. These come in four different designs. Five different cards with pieces of a sail from Jabba the Hutt's sail barge are inserted at a combined 1:14 boxes. The most common 2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy Relic Cards have pieces of Ewok fur. There are eight different cards that cover several different characters. These are inserted 1:5 boxes.

According to card backs, the prop pieces come from the Prop Store, where larger Star Wars props and memorabilia are also available.

While these are the first-ever Star Wars relics found in packs, the distinction of the franchise's first relic card goes to a special issue of Non-Sport Update Magazine. The variant issue was sold at the 2010 Chicagoland Entertainment Collectors Expo and was limited to 300 copies. Fully licensed by Topps, it was connected to the Star Wars Galaxy line and had a painting of an Ewok by Mark McHaley. A piece of Ewok fur was used for the creature's belly.

Check out the entire set of 2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy Relic Cards below. Click on the card names to shop for specific cards on eBay.

2013 Topps Star Wars Jedi Legacy Relic Card Visual Guide

Chewbacca Hair

Combine to fall 1:30 boxes. Individual card odds: 1:120 boxes.

Ewok Fur

Combine to fall 1:5 boxes. Individual card odds: 1:40 boxes.

Jabba the Hutt's Sail Barge

Combine to fall 1:14 boxes. Individual card odds: 1:70 boxes.

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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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