• Bela Oxmyx
    Played by Anthony Caruso
    Episode: TOS 049 - A Piece of the Action

    Native of Sigma Iotia II and its most powerful boss until 2268. He possessed the influential Chicago mobs book. Oxmyx's reign ended when James Kirk became boss of the planet.
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    Episode: TOS 066 - Day of the Dove

    Legendary Klingon commander whose exploits ensured him a place in the Hall of Heroes, as told in G'Trok's poem 'The Fall of Kang', an epic so important it is required reading at Starfleet Academy.
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    A rotund entrepreneur who made a living selling odd merchandise. Tribbles were a part of his questionable inventory. He inadvertently helped uncover a Klingon plot, in 2267, to control Sherman's Planet.
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    A human conman, rogue and trader/smuggler of the 23rd century who fled into galactic escapades to escape his shrewish wife Stella.

    He was 6-feet-1 and 240 pounds, according to Police Record-Code X731248.
  • Gary Seven
    Played by Robert Lansing
    Episode: TOS 055 - Assignment: Earth

    Human male who was raised on another planet. Seven was returning to Earth in 1968 to make sure that mankind did not destroy itself with nuclear weapons but was intercepted by the U.S.S. Enterprise. Gary succeeded anyway...

Star Trek Business Cards

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I bought a set of business cards for the characters of Star Trek (The Original Series) in the 1980's at a Sci-Fi Convention. UnfortunatelyI don't know who the original manufacturer is or how to get more. I found them today whilst digging for some old photos. Best viewed in the Large Version.

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  1. The Rocketeer 96 months ago | reply

    BelaOxmyx , thanks for the comment. Glad you found the original that I posted here as well.

    I wonder who made a B&W copy of my scan and spread it around? :-(

  2. W9JIM 96 months ago | reply

    You know, this photo would have only 70, 084 views if it weren't for me.

  3. kevin dooley 93 months ago | reply

    OMG this is classic!

  4. Wildfire76 91 months ago | reply

    These are awesome. Can I do a story about them on my star trek parody blog?

    I'm assuming you probably wouldn't mind but I like to ask permission.

  5. The Rocketeer 91 months ago | reply

    Sure, Wildfire76 ! Thanks for asking. I'll look for it on your blog.

  6. Marcus Tee 89 months ago | reply

    Check out all of these cards at Biz Cardz.

  7. y a s 84 months ago | reply

    boldly go where no business card has gone before...
    teeet teeteeted.. teteded teded teded terededted det

  8. doktor flicker 84 months ago | reply

    OMG this is classic!
    yurtlar anadolu jet

  9. BAMCorp 83 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called fake brands, logos, corporations, companies, products and ads, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  10. Fiver5 78 months ago | reply

    The creators of these business cards was an outfit called "April Publications" who began producing them in the mid seventies. I believe they were based out east somewhere. I had a set myself. Very cool seeing them again.

  11. jawaatlarge 72 months ago | reply

    You sound like me - thinning your herd of Trek memorabilia. I figure none of my nephews or nieces are into Trek so I might as well. I think these were great though. I hope you're not getting rid of all of your memories. I am getting rid of all the toys, figures and ships, but I am keeping all my autographs and card sets. Did you like the new movie? I think they did great with McCoy's part. If you're anywhere near Tulsa you might want to go to their 20th Anniv Con next month. You can see who'll be there by checking their site online, Starbase 21. Again, thanks for the peek around your Trek closet, you have /had some GREAT items!

  12. The Rocketeer 72 months ago | reply

    Thanks, jawaatlarge. I did enjoy the new movie. I think I need to see it again to catch details that zipped by me in the first viewing.

  13. Jenicka Wynne 65 months ago | reply

    Drool* these are great! Thanks for sharing!! :)

  14. BusinessCardsBiz 63 months ago | reply

    Very Cool business card... I added it to my business card creative site... and linked back here let me know if you want me to tweak the link back or add more text about the card businesscards.biz/fake/startrekbusinesscard/

  15. Jimmy Tyler 62 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Anything Sci-Fi, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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  17. tankprints 55 months ago | reply

    not really a fan of star trek, but i have to admit those business cards do look dope - as in a vintage kinda feel.

  18. Jonathan O'Donnell 36 months ago | reply

    Thanks for licencing this under Creative Commons, Kevin.

    I used it to illustrate a post about what I want to include on my next business card.

    Your image made for a great illustration. I hope that a few people clicked through to have a look full size.

  19. The Rocketeer 36 months ago | reply

    You're welcome, Jonathan! Thanks for the heads up on the post.

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